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24 Feb 2017 17:03:29 -0500
Sanu: Halftime show played role in Super Bowl collapse
The Atlanta Falcons inexplicably blew a 25-point lead to lose 34-28 in overtime to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI. While there obviously were a multitude of factors that contributed to the historic meltdown, one Falcons player is placing some of the blame on one thing in particular:Lady Gaga’s halftime show.Falcons receiver Mohamed Sanu on Friday joined NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football,” and during his interview it was asked if Lady Gaga’s extended halftime show played a role in the Falcons blowing a 28-3 lead.“It definitely did,” Sanu said, via CBS Sports.As with every Super Bowl halftime show, Lady Gaga’s performance ran much longer than a typical NFL halftime, which lasts twelve minutes.Gaga’s show, which was allotted 30 minutes, kept players off the field for approximately 40 minutes. Sanu insists the delay made it difficult for the Falcons to get back on track after staking a 21-3 halftime lead.“Usually, halftime is only like 15 minutes, and when you’re not on the fie

24 Feb 2017 16:26:05 -0500
Report: Rams, Clippers discussing NBA venue in Inglewood
Currently sharing the Staples Center with the Lakers, it’s been known for some time now that the Los Angeles Clippers would like their own venue in Southern California.Up until now, issues with the team’s lease at their current venue and unattractive possibilities elsewhere have forced the Clippers to stay put.That could very well change here soon.According to the Los Angeles Times, representatives for Clippers owner Steve Ballmer are talking to those close to Los Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenke about a new NBA venue in Inglewood.“Representatives of Steve Ballmer and Stan Kroenke, two of the richest owners in professional sports, have had multiple discussions about the Clippers joining the Rams and Chargers in the sports and entertainment district Kroenke is building in Inglewood,” the Times report read on Friday.According to the report, the arena itself could either be on the 300-acre lot of the Rams/Chargers joint stadium or adjacent to it. Regardless, this is some rather interesting news coming out

24 Feb 2017 16:02:05 -0500
Terrence Jones reportedly interested in joining Celtics
Even if they let this year’s trade deadline pass without making a move, the Boston Celtics may still have a viable path towards improving their roster.Responding to a question from a Twitter follower on Friday, Steve Kyler of Basketball Insiders reported that free agent big man Terrence Jones is interested in joining the Celtics. The 25-year-old Jones was released by the New Orleans Pelicans earlier this week after their acquisition of DeMarcus Cousins. He holds averages of 11.5 points and 5.9 rebounds per game this season.As it stands right now, Al Horford is the only Celtics big man whose role is set in stone. Amir Johnson is the other starter alongside him, but he focuses mainly on screening, defense, and rebounding and is averaging fewer minutes per game this year than Kelly Olynyk. Also competing for the remaining playing time have been Jonas Jerebko and Tyler Zeller.A post-up, face-up, and (occasional) spot-up threat, Jones would probably be the best offensive player of those non-Horford options. A pa

24 Feb 2017 15:51:42 -0500
LeBron reverses course, says he ‘always felt good’ about Cavs
What a difference a month can make.LeBron James arguably contradicted himself by saying Thursday that he’s “always felt good” about the direction and makeup of the Cleveland Cavaliers this season.James of course created a firestorm in late January by putting the Cavs front office on blast, seemingly without provocation. In a post-game tirade following the team’s fifth loss in seven games, James unloaded on the makeup of the roster, saying it was “top-heavy as (expletive).”James also implored the Cavaliers to add a “(expletive) playmaker” to the roster. This rant followed an earlier complaint from James that the Cavs desperately needed another point guard.“We’re not better than last year,” James said at the time. “From a personnel standpoint.”James’ outburst prompted Cavs general manager David Griffin to conduct a meeting with the superstar in the days that followed. The drama also spawned a war of words between James and Charles Barkley.But on Thursday? James, who conceded Thursday

24 Feb 2017 15:38:59 -0500
Report: Ole Miss tried to implicate Mississippi State in football scandal
The Ole Miss football program is in serious trouble with the NCAA, but a report indicates that during the investigation into potential violations, they tried to take a rival program down with them.Neal McCready of RebelGrove.com details how, when turning over evidence to NCAA investigators, Ole Miss included a recording of a recruit’s mother requesting money from Ole Miss and listing things she got from other programs, one of which was Mississippi State.Lewis, a highly-touted 2015 recruit, did ultimately sign with Mississippi State.Ole Miss is facing major consequences regarding a lack of institutional control, including mounting evidence that they provided illegal benefits to players. It doesn’t appear that their efforts to drag their in-state rival down with them have proven successful.

24 Feb 2017 15:09:09 -0500
Jamaal Charles could be on the roster bubble
Running backs in their 30s don’t normally generate a lot of interest on the open market.Even when that running back’s name is Jamaal Charles, the age and the injury history could combine to keep the phone from ringing.It’s not a guarantee that Charles will remain with the Chiefs next season, and according to Pro Football Talk, the Chiefs signed C.J. Spiller.Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West formed the Chiefs’ backfield tandem last season. Charles has played in eight games over the last two seasons because of knee injuries.Spiller himself wouldn’t be a threat to Charles. He’ll also be 30 next season and has run for a total of 448 yards for four different teams over the past three seasons.However, Spiller could provide depth if the Chiefs part ways with Charles. The latter counts $6.1 million against the salary cap.Charles would draw interest from some teams if the Chiefs let him go, but he likely would have to sign a one-year “prove it” deal.

24 Feb 2017 14:51:49 -0500
Jimmy Butler on state of Bulls: ‘I just want to win at all costs’
Jimmy Butler is still a member of the Chicago Bulls despite rumors swirling he could have been shipped out of town ahead of Thursday’s NBA trade deadline.With the dust still settling post-deadline, Butler now finds himself on a squad without Taj Gibson and Doug McDermott and three new teammates. Despite the roster shakeup and uncertainty about how the new-look Bulls will proceed going forward, Butler has only one thing on his mind: Winning.“No organization is the same. Everybody operates differently. Everybody has different personnel. I don’t care if anybody wants to build around me. Just win,â€* Butler said Friday, via the Chicago Tribune. “At the end of the day, when you win, everything is fine whether you’re built around or not built around. Everybody’s happy. All of that is just background noise. I just want to win at all costs.â€*Regarding trade rumors that he may be shipped off to the likes of the Boston Celtics or Atlanta Hawks — “You can always be moved,â€* Butler reminded reporters â€

24 Feb 2017 14:15:28 -0500
Report: Giants will be ‘aggressive’ in trying to sign Jason Pierre-Paul
The New York Giants are going to have to pay big bucks to keep Jason Pierre-Paul around, and early indications are that they are willing to do that.Ralph Vacchiano of SNY said this week that the Giants are planning to be “aggressive” in trying to sign Pierre-Paul to an extension. However, they may run into some issues with the salary cap, as they already have two defensive linemen in Damon Harrison, who signed a five-year, $46.25 million contract last offseason, and Olivier Vernon, who set the market last year with a five-year, $85 million deal that includes $52 million guaranteed.So how can the Giants afford to pay top dollar to yet another member of their front seven?That’s likely where the “aggressive” part comes in. Pierre-Paul has already said he has no intention of signing another short-term deal, but the Giants could get him for slightly less if they are able to come to an agreement before the start of free agency next month. Even if he is not planning to sign another one-year deal, perhaps J

24 Feb 2017 14:12:15 -0500
Report: Porzingis avoided ligament damage in ankle
New York Knicks forward Kristaps Porzingis was spotted wearing a walking boot after Thursday’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, but it sounds as though he avoided a serious injury.Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reports that Porzingis did not suffer ligament damage in his ankle, though he could miss multiple games. The Knicks would be wise to err on the side of caution with Porzingis, who may just be all the franchise has going for it at the moment. Porzingis, 21, is averaging 18.1 points, 7.1 rebounds and 2.0 blocks per game in his second NBA season.If his tweet from Thursday was any indication, Porzingis is just as frustrated as the rest of Knicks nation at the moment.

24 Feb 2017 14:04:40 -0500
Brooks Koepka meltdown includes whiff, stomping head off driver
Brooks Koepka was in full meltdown mode during Friday’s second round of the Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. And it only required horrible misplays on consecutive holes to establish that as undeniable fact.To make matters worse, Koepka’s epic meltdown occurred on the first two holes of his second round.Teeing off on No. 10 on The Champion Course at PGA National Resort & Spa, to open his round Friday, it didn’t take long for Koepka’s day to veer dramatically off course.Koepka found himself with a dicey lie with a much dicier stance after finding the rough. With his backswing compromised by a tree, Koepka barely made contact with the ball, popping it meekly a few feet almost sideways. Koepka finished the hole with a triple-bogey 7. And if that wasn’t ugly enough, just wait to see what happened on the tee box at No. 11.To be fair, Koepka’s nerves must have been a bit frazzled and his temper short after his experience on the tenth hole. But there isn’t much excuse for Koepka angrily sto

24 Feb 2017 13:59:40 -0500
Report: 49ers could talk trade for QB at the NFL Scouting Combine
It’s not a secret that the San Francisco 49ers will likely be looking for a new starting quarterback this offseason. The question here is more about how they will land said quarterback.There’s multiple scenarios in play here. San Francisco can go the traditional route by selecting a quarterback No. 2 overall in the 2017 NFL Draft. They can also look at a free-agent market that will likely include Jay Cutler, Tony Romo and Brian Hoyer.In addition to this, Colin Kaepernick remains a viable possibility. He met with the 49ers’ new brass this week and things seemed to go well there (more on that here).Though, there’s definitely another scenario in play here. Linked to New England Patriots backup Jimmy Garoppolo and Washington Redskins Pro Bowler Kirk Cousins, the 49ers could potentially work out trade for a franchise signal-caller.Much like the deal they worked out to send Alex Smith to Kansas City back in 2013, it’s also a possibility that said trade could be completed at the NFL Scouting Combine in Ind

24 Feb 2017 13:36:12 -0500
Hawks suspend Dennis Schroder for one game
In a surprising move on Friday, the Atlanta Hawks have suspended starting point guard Dennis Schroder for their upcoming game against the Miami Heat on Friday night.“Atlanta Hawks guard Dennis Schroder has been suspended by the organization for one game without pay for failure to report to the team on time after the All-Star break,” the team announced on Friday, via Bleacher Report’s Howard Beck. “He will serve the one-game suspension tonight when the Hawks host the Miami Heat.”We’re not entirely too sure what happened here, bit it’s clear that the Hawks are not too happy with Schroder’s tardiness in returning from the near week-long break.Schroder is in his first season as the Hawks starting point guard after they traded away former All-Star Jeff Teague during the summer. He’s averaging 17.5 points and 6.3 assists while shooting at a 46 percent clip from the field on the season.

24 Feb 2017 13:21:51 -0500
Mike Pereira: Chips in footballs wouldn’t improve spotting
One of the biggest mysteries of sports is how football officials spot the ball.The ball is often hidden underneath a tangle of bodies, and it’s hard to believe that there isn’t a little bit of guesswork involved.It would seem that putting a microchip in the football would make the science a little more precise, but former NFL head of officiating and current Fox NFL analyst Mike Pereira said that’s not the answer.Pereira said it’s more about determining where the ball carrier’s knee hits the ground.“You can put a chip in the ball, but then you better put a chip in the guy’s knee, too,” Pereira said on Peter King’s podcast.There still could be a body obstructing the official’s view of the ball when the knee hits the ground, but Pereira’s point is true especially in goal-line situations when it’s hard to see both the ball and the knee.NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino said the league won’t be putting chips in footballs anytime soon, and Pereira acknowledged that part of h

24 Feb 2017 12:57:40 -0500
Tony Romo takes great shot at Jimmy Kimmel ahead of Oscars
Tony Romo’s NFL future may be hanging in the balance this offseason, but that doesn’t mean the quarterback has lost his sense of humor.Jimmy Kimmel, a pal of Romo’s, will serve as host the 89th Academy Awards on Sunday. As the late-night talk show star was participating in an interview with E! News, who else but Romo pops in via video chat to dispense an unflattering pep talk. “I mean, just don’t (expletive) up the Oscars,” Romo tells Kimmel.But the great cheap shot was still to follow.“I mean, at the end of the day, if they’re picking you, you know they ain’t got much to pick from,” Romo observed.While that may or may not be true — no word on whether the Academy reached out to Billy Crystal for the umpteenth time — it’s a solid line from Romo.Perhaps Romo’s wife Candice was right. Maybe her husband does have a future in Hollywood. She also said he might make a great D.J., too, so there's that, too.All said, Romo will likely land on his feet with another NFL team regardless of whet

24 Feb 2017 12:29:53 -0500
Report: Pelicans sign veteran G Jarrett Jack
It’s not a secret that the New Orleans Pelicans have been looking for guard help after acquiring big man DeMarcus Cousins this past weekend.Unable to work something out prior to Thursday’s trade deadline, New Orleans has reportedly signed veteran guard Jarrett Jack to a 10-day contract. Jack, 33, has not played since tearing his ACL when he was a member of the Brooklyn Nets back in January of 2016. Despite some interest in him over the past several months, nothing came to fruition until Friday morning.It’s interesting that a player of Jack’s ilk could only receive a 10-day contract on the open market. Prior to suffering that devastating knee injury, the veteran put up 12.8 points, 4.3 rebounds and a career-best 7.4 assists for Brooklyn in 2015-16.This came following stints with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors that saw Jack help bring those franchises back to relevance in the NBA.For the Pelicans, adding a veteran guard to the mix makes sense. The team traded away Langston Galloway an

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