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Hubert Davis Makes Final Four As 3rd-Lowest-Paid ACC Coach

In the first season of a five-year, $9.8M deal, Hubert Davis is the third-lowest-paid coach in the ACC. He set history by becoming the ninth coach to make a Final Four in his first year.

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Christian Pulisic Hat-Trick All But Seals USMNT’s WC Berth

Christian Pulsic’s hat trick against Panama all but assured the United States one of the three automatic bids for the World Cup.

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Scottie Scheffler Wins $2.1M, Takes Over World No. 1

Scottie Scheffler moved into No. 1 in the world rankings after winning for the third time in his last five starts. At 25, he is one of the youngest golfers to reach the top spot.

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Gonzaga Men Tie NCAA Record with 5th Exit as 1-Seed

The No. 1 team in the country failed again to capture the first NCAA Tournament championship in school history.

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Memphis’ Taylor Jenkins Shouldn’t Be Overlooked for COTY

The Grizzlies have the second-best record in the NBA with the second-youngest roster and second-lowest payroll in the league. 

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Kyrie Irving Can Play At Home After 35-Game, $16M Absence

NYC mayor Eric Adams announced an exemption for unvaccinated athletes and performers. After missing 35 home games and surrendering $16 million, Irving will make his home debut on Sunday.

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Phillies’ $624M Commitment to 4 Dangerous Hitters

The additions of Kyle Schwarber and Nick Castellanos give the Phillies one of the most potent lineups in the National League East.

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Maple Leafs’ Special Teams Can Fuel Cup Run

The Maple Leafs are riding the strength of their special teams — and the sticks of Auston Matthews and Mitchell Marner — as they seek their first Stanley Cup since 1967.

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Dolphins Make Tyreek Hill NFL’s Highest-Paid Receiver

Miami shook up the AFC East by acquiring six-time Pro Bowl WR Tyreek Hill from the Chiefs in exchange for five picks. Hill signed a four-year, $120 million extension — overtaking Davante Adams as the highest-paid WR and non-QB in NFL history.

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Ashleigh Barty Is 2nd Women’s Player to Retire at No. 1

World No. 1 Ashleigh Barty stunned the tennis world by announcing she is walking away from the sport at the age 25.

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