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Freeman likely to start as injuries hit Ravens' RBs
With Latavius Murray ruled out of Sunday's game against Cincinnati with a sprained ankle, Devonta Freeman is expected to be the latest running back to start for the Ravens as injuries once again hit their backfield.
76ers stick up for Simmons: 'He's still our brother'
Tobias Harris called Ben Simmons' meeting with the 76ers on Friday morning "a good start" while emphasizing the need to "be there for him as a team" and respect his privacy and space.
Garcia, Alvarez send Astros back to World Series
The Astros beat the Red Sox in Game 6 of the ALCS behind a gem from rookie Luis Garcia, who gave up just one hit over 5 2/3 innings.
Howard, AD downplay scuffle: 'We squashed it'
Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard said he and Anthony Davis "squashed it" after the two had a heated exchange in the first half of Friday night's 115-105 loss to the Suns.
Sources: Dodgers' Scherzer won't start Game 6
Max Scherzer, who had complained of a tired arm after his Game 2 start, will not make his scheduled start in Game 6 of the NLCS, sources confirmed to ESPN.
U.S. Rep.: Gruden emails may be 'tip of iceberg'
Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, one of the House Democrats seeking more information about the NFL's investigation into Washington, says he fears that problematic messages in Jon Gruden's emails could be "much more common than what we otherwise thought."
Sources: Southern Miss to Sun Belt a 'done deal'
Southern Miss will join the Sun Belt Conference, which could soon add more members, sources tell ESPN.
Canes AD on Diaz: Everyone being evaluated
Miami Hurricanes athletic director Blake James says football coach Manny Diaz is being evaluated the same as every other coach in the program after a disappointing 2-4 start.
Love them or hate them, the Astros are really this good
No matter how much some despise Houston, there's no denying what this team is accomplishing.
No point guards, some problems: What to expect from Nets, Sixers after two games
Beyond the absences of their star point guards, both Brooklyn and Philadelphia have pressing issues.