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04/29/2016 04:05 PM
How players can test positive for PEDs after having sex

Over the years, we've heard a variety of excuses from athletes about how or why they got caught using performance-enhancing drugs. But there's a really great one that we're surprised we haven't heard yet and it has to do with sex.

[From Jeff Passan: The sad case of Dee Gordon, another unlikely PED user for MLB]

All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon was suspended for PEDs early Friday morning after Major League Baseball found two drugs, exogenous testosterone and clostebol, in his system. The penalty is 80 games. He later released a statement confirming the positive test, but said the substances were in his body unknowingly

Likewise, Chris Colabello of the Toronto Blue Jays was popped for PEDs last week (specifically turinabol) and claims to have no clue how they got into his body. In fact, he's taking the I'll-never-rest-until-I-figure-this-out approach. He also has 80 games to figure it out.

According to a PED primer from explainer-site Inverse, there's one defense that anyone who gets caught using clostebol could employ: Knockin' the boots. Have a read, emphasis ours:

While clostebol is only effective as an anabolic steroid when injected intravenously, numerous reports over the past decade exist of athletes testing positive for the drug after taking legal medications or even having sex with women who use gynecological products that use it. Gordon’s statement did not go into detail on how he imagines the drug entered his system, but clostebol does have a reputation as one of the few anabolic steroids that may actually show up on tests by accident.

Ain't that something? Since Gordon was busted for two PEDs, this defense wouldn't have worked for him. And it wouldn't worked for Colabello, since he tested positive for a different drug. So we'll wait. One day it will happen. Someone will get popped for clostebol and use it.

And when it does, we'll call it "The Shaggy Defense."

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04/29/2016 04:04 PM
Laremy Tunsil doesn't want to discuss what happened during draft

While the rest of the NFL world was still in shock over Laremy Tunsil's draft-day drama, the Miami Dolphins were smiling at their good fortune.

If there was any concern over Tunsil's bong video or the Instagram hack that led to the release of text messages that appear to show Tunsil asking an Ole Miss coach for money, the Dolphins never showed it during a news conference Friday. Tunsil didn't either, because he wouldn't talk about it.

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In yet another episode of Tunsil's crazy 24 hours, the Dolphins said he had an allergic reaction after spending a few hours at their facility. So Tunsil wasn't at his introductory news conference at the scheduled time on Friday. Given all the drama Tunsil has been through over the draft, it led to a lot of cynicism about the reason given for his absence.

But Tunsil showed up a little later, looking healthy, and refused to talk about the events of draft day.

"I don’t know nothing about that," Tunsil said to a question about who might have hacked his accounts. "I’m here to talk about the Miami Dolphins." 

He continued that refrain when asked if the text messages were real, repeating "I'm here to talk about the Miami Dolphins." He repeated that a couple more times. He did say at one point he has "no character issues at all." A question about how crazy the previous night was met with a positive response.

"It’s been good to me, man," Tunsil said. "I’m drafted, I’m in the NFL, so I’m happy."

Laremy Tunsil (AP)The Dolphins brass isn't expressing the same shock everyone else was about Tunsil's draft drama. They couldn't believe a player like Tunsil, once speculated to be a possibility for the first pick of the draft, was there for them to take at 13th overall.

"This is a guy we felt like was one of the better players in this draft class, if not the best guy," Dolphins coach Adam Gase said. "For him to fall to us at 13, it was a no-brainer."

Sometimes the amount of preparation teams put into the draft seems a little silly, but it paid off for Miami. Even though it had to seem like a long shot that Tunsil would be available to the Dolphins at No. 13, they had done their homework, including talking to former coaches about his character. And they said they knew about the now infamous video. They kept using the word "comfortable" to explain how they felt about taking Tunsil despite some red flags.

"We talked to everyone from his high school coaches, his college coaches, we met with him," Dolphins general manager Chris Grier said. "We had all the information on this player, from February on."

Grier said Thursday night that Tunsil was the second-ranked player on their board. Gase said there was no hesitation to make the pick when the Dolphins went on the clock. After the Tennessee Titans traded up to the eighth pick and passed Tunsil, Gase said, "That’s when a couple of us sat up, got a little interested." All of the preparation ultimately paid off. Dolphins executive vice president of football operations Mike Tannenbaum said the entire organization was on board with the pick, all the way up to owner Stephen Ross.

"When he’s there and it’s our turn, we were ready to go," Tannenbaum said.

Everyone was still talking about Tunsil and his social media problems on Friday, but none of that seemed to matter at Dolphins headquarters. Whatever has happened in Tunsil's past, the Dolphins don't think it will impact his NFL career in the future. And it might not; think back to how much time was wasted wondering if Manti Te'o would ever be accepted in an NFL locker room after his fake girlfriend madness.

The Dolphins just feel like they got a steal with the 13th pick of the draft. Maybe they did.

"There are things out there, look, I’m sure he’s going to learn from and obviously mistakes were made, but our decision was based on the player and a big body of work," Tannenbaum said. "We fell back on a great process. We felt like it was a great opportunity for us, and what he does moving forward is most important."

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04/29/2016 03:19 PM
Paul George is ready to go 48 minutes to keep the Pacers alive

Through five games, the Indiana Pacers have outscored the Toronto Raptors by 26 points in 189 minutes with Paul George on the floor. They have been outscored by 29 points in 51 minutes with George sitting. Other factors have helped determine success or failure in their first-round playoff series — stuff like Kyle Lowry's iffy shot-making (and possibly balky elbow) and random acts of Ian Mahinmi — but for the most part, it's been that simple: the seventh-seeded Pacers' chances of upsetting the deeper and better (if somewhat scrambled and not-quite-world-beating) No. 2 Raptors go away when George goes to the bench.

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Down 3-2 after Tuesday's buzzer-beater-that-wasn't, the Pacers face elimination when the Raptors visit Bankers Life Fieldhouse for Friday's Game 6. Indiana staying alive means George staying on the floor ... and to hear the All-Star swingman tell it, he's ready to go the distance. From Nate Taylor of the Indianapolis Star:

“It’s on everybody,” George said. “It’s on everybody to get this win.”
Much of the burden, though, will be placed again on George’s body – a task he has carried throughout his first full season back from sustaining a compound fracture in his right leg in August 2014. George understands this.
Yet what could await him Friday is a test of his will and endurance. [...]
With the season’s most critical game upon the Pacers, George is not afraid to be on the court for every second of Friday’s game.
“If that’s the direction that the game is going, I’m all for it,” he said. “Whatever we've got to do to win, I’m doing it.”

If he does so, he'll be adding himself to a pretty small list of recent performers to go all the way without a break in the postseason. The most recent bell-to-bell playoff outings have came from effort avatars/irreplaceable pieces like Jimmy Butler, who played all 53 minutes of the Chicago Bulls' overtime Game 2 loss to the Washington Wizards in 2014 and had a run of no-breaks games for Tom Thibodeau in 2013. Kevin Durant went the full 48 for the Russell Westbrook-less Oklahoma City Thunder in a loss to the Memphis Grizzlies in 2013 and to eliminate the San Antonio Spurs in 2012.

Other iron men include pre-injury Dwight Howard back in 2011; championship-era Ray Allen, peak Dirk Nowitzki, and 2012 Playoff Rondo. These performances are the province of tireless superstars whose teams simply can't survive without them ... which, if you've been paying attention, you know is a pretty perfect description of the spot George occupies on this year's Pacers.

If he goes the distance, George will be pushing himself past his previously established limit. George has never played all 48 minutes of a regulation game in the NBA. He has played 45 or more minutes 12 times in his pro career, with seven of those games featuring overtime, and five of the 12 games coming in the playoffs. He has not, however, done it in 23 months, after missing most of last season following his catastrophic leg injury and topping off at 42 minutes, 13 seconds — interestingly enough, against these Raptors back in March — in his first season back, a campaign in which he re-established himself as one of the game's greatest two-way players.

You can kind of forgive Pacers coach Frank Vogel for not feeling 100 percent comfortable heaping that kind of burden on George. After the Pacers blew Game 5 — in which they had a 13-point lead after three quarters, but watched the Raptors cut into the advantage with George on the bench to start the frame before blowing Indy's doors off in a 25-9 fourth — Vogel said he'd chosen to go away from George at the start of the fourth because he believed his star needed a rest.

"He looked pretty gassed at the end of the third," Vogel said. "We had a decent lead that I thought we could hold up. That lead stayed around 11, I think, until around the nine-minute mark, and then we were ready to get him back in."

George acknowledged his fatigue after playing brilliantly for 32 1/2 of the game's first 36 minutes, but added, "It wasn't enough to keep me from being ready and prepared in the fourth."

George also seemed less than thrilled by the efforts turned in by the teammates entrusted with picking up his slack while he sat ... and, considering the Pacers managed just one point on 0-for-10 shooting with three turnovers in the the six minutes and 55 seconds that he sat, according to ESPN Stats & Information, it was pretty hard to blame him.

"I think our guys, individually, know that they have to bring it," he said after Game 5. "I'm not about putting guys down or putting teammates down, but individually, everybody has to bring it. [...] It's another level that [the second unit's] got to take it to."

The second unit to which Vogel turned when he rested George at the start of the fourth — Mahinmi, C.J. Miles and Solomon Hill up front, with Rodney Stuckey and Ty Lawson in the backcourt — had played just seven minutes together during the regular season, and had been outscored by two points in 15 minutes in the series prior to Game 5. With the playmaking spark that made Lawson so special in Denver seemingly gone and Stuckey fighting whatever ghosts led him to just fall down in front of Drake, it's a five-man unit pretty much devoid of paths to points, and it had already been outscored by 12 points in the first three minutes of the second quarter. (Those were the minutes, by the way, in which DeMar DeRozan finally found some room to breathe, some space to operate, and some shots that would go in, kickstarting him to the best playoff game of his career.)

And yet, rather than trying to put the hammer down and push the lead from 13 to 20, Vogel decided to trust that group to start the fourth. It didn't work out for the Pacers, but the coach remained confident he handled the situation the right way, and didn't seem super keen on the idea of the notion of George going the distance in Game 6. From Nick Friedell of ESPN.com:

Pacers coach Frank Vogel was noncommittal about George playing all 48 minutes, saying only that it could happen "if necessary." [...]
"Coach is getting a lot of criticism for taking me out," George said. "Both times he took me out we were in the driver's seat looking comfortable. Up 15 [to start the second quarter] and up 13 [to start the fourth] both times. We're supposed to do our job, maintain that lead, extend that lead. We didn't know the game was going to go that direction."

That's the thing, though: while five games isn't a giant sample, given the dearth of playmaking talent on Indiana's bench, we kind of do know the game's going to go in that direction when George isn't on the floor, and especially when he's joined on the bench by the Pacers' other two capable initiators, George Hill and Monta Ellis. If Vogel's reluctant to lean wholly on George for the full 48, it certainly seems worth considering keeping at least one of the two on the court when George sits. If he's reluctant to shuffle up his rotation this late in the season, then he's got to have a lightning-quick hook on those bench lineups on Friday night — we're talking "yank after one or maybe two bad possessions" quick.

When you've got the worse team in a playoff series, your margin of error is small; you can't afford to let bad groups try to figure it out for three or four minutes. When you've got the best player in the series, you have to ride him; 38 minutes just isn't enough when disaster looms in the other 10. Those are the stakes facing Vogel and George entering Game 6: do everything you can to get everything you can out of the one megawatt star who can force a Game 7 and put the pressure of postseason collapses past back onto the Raptors' shoulders.

Other factors will help determine success or failure on Friday, but for the most part, it's that simple: George must do everything for as long as he can, or the Pacers' season will end.

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04/29/2016 03:36 PM
Stanley Cup Playoff Preview: 11 keys to victory in Blues vs. Stars

(Ed. Note: Welcome to Round 2 coverage of the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs, where we flip the format and get right to the point with 11 keys to each series. Enjoy!) 

1. Tyler Seguin’s presence 

After missing a month with a sliced Achilles, Seguin returned for Game 2 against the Minnesota Wild before irritating something related his to injury. He hasn’t played since and it’s unknown when he’ll begin skating again. Should he return at some point during this series, will Lindy Ruff shelter him? How cautious will he be with Seguin’s minutes? GM Jim Nill said Seguin would need at least four or five days on the ice before returning to game action.

2. Vladimir Tarasenko’s ice time

The Russian sniper’s ice time in the final two games of Round 1 became an issue because the Blues were losing. Everyone seemed to forget that in Games 2-4 Tarasenko played 16:05, 16:33 and 15:14, respectively, which was down from the 18:38 he averaged during the regular season.

Of course you want your most dangerous offensive weapon out there when you need a goal. This, Hitchcock understands, as he explained the ice time drop was a situational thing. Considering who they're up against, Tarasenko probably won't be waiting too long to get the shoulder tap telling him it's time to hop over the boards.

3. Fight the power (play)

Both the Blues and Stars feature lethal power play units, ranking third (St. Louis, 27.8 percent) and fifth (Dallas, 21.1 percent) of the eight second-round teams. That’s a biggie considering both penalty kills weren’t great in Round 1. The Blues allowed six goals on 19 opportunities (68.4 percent), while the Stars gave up four on 16 chances (75 percent). St. Louis took the fourth-most minors last round (27). Dallas was a bit more disciplined taking only 17 minors. Special teams are vital to survive this time of year.

4. Contain the top lines

Tarasenko, Jaden Schwartz and Jori Lehtera combined for 17 points in their seven-game series against the Chicago Blackhawks. They also recorded a quarter (52) of St. Louis’ total shots (205). Meanwhile, Jamie Benn, Cody Eakin and Patrick Sharp posted nine goals and 18 points in Round 1. Those six carried a big offensive load. Can their secondary scorers continue to contribute?

5. Kari Lehtonen or Antti Niemi… or both?

Antti Niemi began Round 1 on the bench and was given an opportunity in Games 4 and 5. He allowed seven goals in those two starts, winning one and losing one while posting an ugly .857 ESSV. Lehtonen finished the job with a .942 ESSV and will start the Blues series as Ruff’s No. 1. The pair split the workload during the regular season, but for now it looks like it's Lehtonen's job to lose... again.

6. Hold on to your lead

Both the Blues and Stars had some issues holding multi-goal leads in Round 1.. With each team entering the second round following strong offensively performances (Nos.1 and 2 in EV GF), getting a lead will mean withstanding a ton of pressure just to hold that lead. 

7. Coaching

Lindy Ruff vs. Ken Hitchcock. A rematch of the 1999 Stanley Cup Final which ended in controversial fashion and 2006 when their two sides met in the opening round. Combined the pair have 37 seasons of NHL coaching experience under their belts and 249 playoff games on their resumes. Old pals, there's not much unknown between the two, so this will be a series of finding new ways to gain an edge on the other.

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8. Shot suppression

For all the talk this season about the Stars’ defense, they did a solid job limiting the Wild on the shot counter. Among all Round 1 teams Dallas posted a 45.3 Corsi Against/60 at even strength, best of the 16 teams that made the playoffs, according to War on Ice. St. Louis was among the highest with a 56.6 CA/60. The Blues averaged 29.3 shots per game against Chicago, and with a much dangerous arsenal than Minnesota presented, the Stars will have their hands full.

9. Slowing Jamie Benn

The Stars captain bookended Round 1 with three-point nights in Games 1 and 6, both Dallas victories. He had points in all six games and finished with four goals and 10 points. If John Tavares was the engine behind the New York Islanders in the first round, then Benn was just that for the Stars with a little help from Jason Spezza (four goals, nine points). He showed that even without Seguin he can carry Dallas forward. Will St. Louis have an answer for him?

10. Keeping possession

St. Louis (52.7 percent) and Dallas (52.6 percent) were sixth and seventh in score-adjusted Fenwick during the regular season. Those are strong possession numbers that help indicate future success. Those numbers changed, however, in Round 1 with the Stars (55.3 percent) improving and the Blues (46.2 percent) taking a dive.

St. Louis' dip may have had to do with Hitchcock's desire to get up to 70 hits a game against the Blackhawks, which is fine if you want to be chasing the puck for an entire game. Physicality is important, but the Blues know you don't want to be allowing an offense like the Stars to own the puck for extended periods of time.

11. Blues in 7

All four of these second-round match-ups are pretty much toss-ups. The Blues had to shut down a strong offense in Round 1 and now have to do the same against the best in the league during the regular season (265 goals). While the Blackhawks took advantage of their power play chances, Brian Elliott held them at even-strength, posting a .950 save percentage. Goaltending may very well be the difference in this series as these teams are closely matched. 

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04/29/2016 04:05 PM
How players can test positive for PEDs after having sex

Over the years, we've heard a variety of excuses from athletes about how or why they got caught using performance-enhancing drugs. But there's a really great one that we're surprised we haven't heard yet and it has to do with sex.

[From Jeff Passan: The sad case of Dee Gordon, another unlikely PED user for MLB]

All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon was suspended for PEDs early Friday morning after Major League Baseball found two drugs, exogenous testosterone and clostebol, in his system. The penalty is 80 games. He later released a statement confirming the positive test, but said the substances were in his body unknowingly

Likewise, Chris Colabello of the Toronto Blue Jays was popped for PEDs last week (specifically turinabol) and claims to have no clue how they got into his body. In fact, he's taking the I'll-never-rest-until-I-figure-this-out approach. He also has 80 games to figure it out.

According to a PED primer from explainer-site Inverse, there's one defense that anyone who gets caught using clostebol could employ: Knockin' the boots. Have a read, emphasis ours:

While clostebol is only effective as an anabolic steroid when injected intravenously, numerous reports over the past decade exist of athletes testing positive for the drug after taking legal medications or even having sex with women who use gynecological products that use it. Gordon’s statement did not go into detail on how he imagines the drug entered his system, but clostebol does have a reputation as one of the few anabolic steroids that may actually show up on tests by accident.

Ain't that something? Since Gordon was busted for two PEDs, this defense wouldn't have worked for him. And it wouldn't worked for Colabello, since he tested positive for a different drug. So we'll wait. One day it will happen. Someone will get popped for clostebol and use it.

And when it does, we'll call it "The Shaggy Defense."

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