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FaviconReport: Heat forward LeBron James to opt out of deal, become free agent 24 Jun 2014, 10:04 am

Get ready for the Decision, Part II. LeBron James is opting out of his contract with the Heat, and will become a free agent.

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Uruguay is moving on. Italy is out of the World Cup after a 1-0 loss. Meanwhile, Luis Suarez apparently bit an opponent again.

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Chris Davis had been scuffling, and with lefty Chris Sale on the mound, it was a perfect night for the Orioles first baseman to ride the pine. He didn’t get the entire night off, however. Manager Buck Showalter called his number in the bottom of the ninth, and Davis delivered a walk-off three-run homer.

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07/10/2014 01:11 AM
Jonny Gomes takes fly ball to face, recovers to help get out at home

The Boston Red Sox outfield flashed some serious leather on Wednesday night with center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and left fielder Jonny Gomes each laying out to make sensational diving catches. Bradley's catch, especially, was a gem as it wowed the crowd and took away sure extra bases from Chicago White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers.

Unfortunately, the outfield had a couple hiccups as well. Well, to be more specific, Gomes had a couple hiccups, which is more along the lines of what you'd expect from the below average defender.

His first miscue happened in the fourth inning when he lost Alejandro De Aza's fly ball in the sun, allowing him to reach with a triple. Fortunately, that didn't lead to any damage physically or on the scoreboard. In the seventh inning, Gomes had trouble again, misjudging Flowers' towering fly ball against the Green Monster, and this time the result was much worse for him personally as the ball appeared to glance off the wall and then smack him right in the face.

We can't call it a direct shot, but based on Gomes' reaction and the distance it rolled, it had to be a pretty square shot. If not to his face and head, then at least to his pride. 

All was not lost on the play for Boston though. After Gomes shook off the shock and sting, he quickly ran the ball down in foul territory. He followed with a strong, accurate good throw into Xander Bogaerts, who in turn fired home to cut down De Aza for what ended up being a huge out in the game.

The play itself was pretty awkward all the way around. De Aza, who was on first base to start the play, really coasted into third only to get a late wave in from third base coach Joe McEwing. De Aza's turn ended up a bit wide as a result and nearly ran him right into McEwing, which bought Boston enough time to execute the relay.

It was actually a play befitting of fourth and fifth place squads, and then we take a moment to recall the fifth place team won the World Series last season. Baseball is a weird game that way, It's also difficult to explain how Boston came in losing six of the first seven games on their homestand to the Chicago Cubs, Baltimore Orioles and White Sox, and then trailed again by four runs in the eighth inning on Wednesday, only to rally and win 5-4 on Brock Holt's walkoiff single in the ninth.

Hmm. Maybe all they ever needed to turn it around was a fly ball to the noggin.

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07/09/2014 02:01 PM
Patriots will turn over 317 pages of reports on Aaron Hernandez to lawyers

The New England Patriots have offered to turn over 317 pages of team records on accused murderer Aaron Hernandez to his lawyers, the Boston Globe reported, but are balking at handing over some pre-draft reports on the player from 2009 and 2010.

The portion that the Patriots plan to turn over include medical and personnel records, but they do not want to include their notes from the 2010 NFL combine or scouting reports from 2009 and 2010, team lawyer Andrew Phelan said in a hearing in Fall River (Mass.) District Court. 

Phelan said Hernandez's defense team was engaged in a “fishing expedition.”

Hernandez defense attorney Michael Fee described the combine report as a “psychological assessment,” said the defense wanted “solid evidence about our client” and argued that the Patriots should turn over the remainder of the reports because of it.

The former Patriots tight end is facing murder charges in two different counties in the deaths of three men in incidents from 2012 and 2013.

The Patriots are notoriously tight-lipped about peeling back the curtain on how they operate, so this has to be seen as a generous concession — even with the combine and scouting portions omitted.

It would be fascinating to see those book-length reports, which prove in their length for one football player (a troubled one at that) how many resources NFL teams will expend on personnel. But if there's anything damning from a psychological standpoint, that could open up a new can of worms in this case. We might end up asking whether the Patriots — clearly armed with ample resources to do so — should have done more digging into Hernandez's personal life prior to the team releasing him following murder charges being brought up.

Also, there's the possibility of the defense using Hernandez's mental state, if that's something covered in the reports, as a possible defense. Can you imagine the public reaction if his lawyers try to go for some kind of concussion-addled insanity plea in the killings? Hey, we've heard of wilder Hail Mary attempts in American courts.

People generally seem tired of weekly Hernandez reports, but these reports could spike the interest level in the cases again.

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07/09/2014 07:32 PM
Donald Sterling vows to never sell the Los Angeles Clippers, calls his wife a 'pig' in court

So, remember this?

Off the court record, likely banished from evidence that the judge can actually use, here’s what happened as the Los Angeles Clippers owner and Shelly Sterling warred in court on Wednesday in the former’s attempt to prove that he is mentally competent in his leadership over the Sterling family trust; and, by extension, the Clippers. A role that the trust’s bylaws can preclude him from continuing if it is proven that he cannot handle the role, as Shelly Sterling has attempted to document.

Via the Associated Press:

He was followed to the witness stand by Shelly Sterling, who declared her love for him, but says she was convinced he needed to be examined for Alzheimer's disease

As she was leaving the witness stand for the day, she tried to approach her husband in the audience. But he shouted "get away from me you pig!"

Deduce as you will. Most of those that have already made up their minds likely do not need to be pushed one way or the other, in this case. Those of you that are in Donald Sterling’s camp, kindly run your thoughts through a spell check before posting them online, or emailing away.

Donald went on:

''Make no mistake today,'' Sterling shouted toward the end of his second day of testimony in the trial to determine his wife's right to make a $2 billion deal to sell the Clippers, ''I will never, ever sell this team and until I die I will be suing the NBA for this terrible violation under antitrust.''

The Sterlings met again in probate court in Los Angeles on Wednesday for the second day in a row, in the third day of the trial. You’ll recall that Donald failed to show up for the first of these meetings despite knowing he’d be the lead witness, and the embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner was as nonsensical as he’s always been in such settings.

Donald Sterling initiated these probate hearings as a way to prove that he does not have a cognitive disorder or Alzheimer’s, and that he shouldn’t be removed from the Sterling family trust, a Shelly Sterling-led coalition that would like to sell the Los Angeles Clippers for the record-setting price of $2 billion in the wake of Donald’s racist and offensive rants against all manner of people.

The current Clippers owner was called to the stand for a second consecutive day to ask why he was fighting his wife as she attempted to sell the team, and why he had decided to go back on his word to allow Shelly Sterling to sell the team to former Microsoft chairman Steve Ballmer.

Donald Sterling, in a move most can relate to, appears to want to fight against such a sale because he is upset that the NBA decided to fine him $2.5 million and ban him from attending NBA games. This is, apparently, what is standing in the way of Sterling accepting $2 billion for the basketball team he paid just under $13 million for three decades ago. From USA Today:

Donald Sterling, on the stand, said he "probably would have" agreed to sell the club if the NBA had removed the penalties, which he thought they had initially.

"They indicated they would resolve all of the issues that remained, implying that if there was any punishment, which was the most serious punishment in the history of the Bar association and the history of sports," Donald testified. "To impose a $2.5 million fine. To bar somebody forever. There's something behind that, and we'll find out what it is."

It should be noted that at no point did the NBA indicate that they would remove the penalties listed above. If this was an easily removable stopping block between eradicating the NBA from their decades-long shame, in the form of Donald Sterling, the league would have done so months ago.

Sterling had his own take on the league that decided that it was time to use their collectively bargained right to attempt to legally move one owner out of its ranks, in order to ensure future profits. From USA Today:

And then he blasted the NBA: "This is the worst corporation in America, and everyone will find out how terrible and dishonest they are. ... I will never ever, ever sell this team. Until I die I will be suing the NBA."

You tell it, slugger.

Here are some more fantastic bits of Donald Sterling-ness for his supporters to try to answer for:

(Donald Sterling has been sued by ex-coaches, front office executives, and scouting personnel for lapsed payments, payments he was forced to settle over out of court or eventually pay after being leaned upon by the NBA to fulfill his contractually obligated charge.)

(Donald Sterling, for years, has flaunted an open marriage of sorts, with this particular mess stemming from a fight with a girlfriend that he repeatedly sat courtside with at Los Angeles Clippers games. Games that his wife attended just a few seats away from Donald and his admitted mistress.)

(Donald Sterling has long been criticized for taking out massive advertisements in Los Angeles papers triumphing his role in contributing in creating fictional charities he never sent a dime to.)

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07/09/2014 04:12 PM
Ducks sign what’s left of Dany Heatley for 1 year, $1 million

Dany Heatley was once traded for a package that included Jonathan Cheechoo. Five years later, he’s basically become him. 

Heatley signed a 1-year, $1-million contract with the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday; the kind of contract NHL teams hand out to former gunslingers in full decline, and the kind of contract former goal-scoring leaders get before their seemingly inevitable KHL deal.

He spent the last three seasons with the Minnesota Wild after the San Jose Sharks flipped him for Martin Havlat in July 2011. He was in San Jose for two seasons after demanding and approving a trade from the Ottawa Senators in Sept. 2009, ending a bitter standoff.

Heatley, 33, has 372 goals and 419 assists in 863 career games. But his goals (0.16) and points per game (0.37) dipped to career lows this season, as he managed just 28 points in 76 games in 14:49 of ice time on average. He was a healthy scratch for the first time in his career for a critical late-season game for the Wild and then five more, and thus the writing was on the wall.

He wanted to continue his NHL career, and Wild GM Chuck Fletcher felt he could, as he told TwinCities.com:

"I really believe he can help a team, and I believe he will get another opportunity," Fletcher said. "He's got such high character, he's such a tremendous human being, I hope for him he gets an opportunity and it works out great.

"I talked to (Colorado Avalanche coach) Patrick Roy, and he thought one of the key things in that (first-round) series was in Game 3 (with the Wild down 2-0), Heatley went back in the lineup and our bottom six started contributing a lot more. He thought that was a big turning point in that series. He expressly mentioned Dany Heatley." 

It’s a no-risk deal for the Ducks, who are looking for veteran help at forward after Teemu Selanne retired and Saku Koivu wasn’t retained. So when it comes into focus how far Heatley’s skills have eroded and how he couldn’t keep up with the Wild’s young, lower line players, at the very least it won’t be a costly mistake. 

 

 

 

 

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07/10/2014 01:11 AM
Jonny Gomes takes fly ball to face, recovers to help get out at home

The Boston Red Sox outfield flashed some serious leather on Wednesday night with center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and left fielder Jonny Gomes each laying out to make sensational diving catches. Bradley's catch, especially, was a gem as it wowed the crowd and took away sure extra bases from Chicago White Sox catcher Tyler Flowers.

Unfortunately, the outfield had a couple hiccups as well. Well, to be more specific, Gomes had a couple hiccups, which is more along the lines of what you'd expect from the below average defender.

His first miscue happened in the fourth inning when he lost Alejandro De Aza's fly ball in the sun, allowing him to reach with a triple. Fortunately, that didn't lead to any damage physically or on the scoreboard. In the seventh inning, Gomes had trouble again, misjudging Flowers' towering fly ball against the Green Monster, and this time the result was much worse for him personally as the ball appeared to glance off the wall and then smack him right in the face.

We can't call it a direct shot, but based on Gomes' reaction and the distance it rolled, it had to be a pretty square shot. If not to his face and head, then at least to his pride. 

All was not lost on the play for Boston though. After Gomes shook off the shock and sting, he quickly ran the ball down in foul territory. He followed with a strong, accurate good throw into Xander Bogaerts, who in turn fired home to cut down De Aza for what ended up being a huge out in the game.

The play itself was pretty awkward all the way around. De Aza, who was on first base to start the play, really coasted into third only to get a late wave in from third base coach Joe McEwing. De Aza's turn ended up a bit wide as a result and nearly ran him right into McEwing, which bought Boston enough time to execute the relay.

It was actually a play befitting of fourth and fifth place squads, and then we take a moment to recall the fifth place team won the World Series last season. Baseball is a weird game that way, It's also difficult to explain how Boston came in losing six of the first seven games on their homestand to the Chicago Cubs, Baltimore Orioles and White Sox, and then trailed again by four runs in the eighth inning on Wednesday, only to rally and win 5-4 on Brock Holt's walkoiff single in the ninth.

Hmm. Maybe all they ever needed to turn it around was a fly ball to the noggin.

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