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Finally – ESPN Done with Schilling

“ESPN is an inclusive company,” the cable network said in a statement. “Curt Schilling has been advised that his conduct was unacceptable and his employment with ESPN has been terminated.” ESPN fires analyst Curt Schilling after LGBT

Conor McGregor Wants Back in UFC 200

McGregor, 27, released a statement on social media Thursday stating he was not retired, despite a post earlier in the week that said he was stepping away from the sport.  McGregor not retired, pursuing UFC 200 fight Via espn.go.com

NFL Owners: Discussions Around No Kickoffs

Giants co-owner and NFL competition committee member John Mara said that the leaguewas “evolving” toward the elimination of the kickoff, but no immediate steps are clear. John Mara: NFL “could very well” eliminate the kickoff Via profootballtalk.nbcsports.com In 2012,

Curry’s Foot/Ankle Playoff Concern

The Stephen Curry subplot thickened on Tuesday, when the Golden State Warriors’ reigning MVP, whose ankle injury kept him out of a Game 2 against the Houston Rockets, underwent an MRI. MRI on Stephen Curry’s foot reveals nothing concerning; plot still thickens Via

Caps Manhandle Flyers in Playoffs

It is hard to dispute that the best team in the N.H.L. this season was the Washington Capitals. They racked up 120 points, 16 more than their nearest rival. Capitals in Command as Series With Flyers Turns

Jamal Crawford Wins 6th Man Award

Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford on Tuesday became the first player to win the NBA’s Sixth Man Award for a third time. Clips’ Crawford wins Sixth Man honor for 3rd time Via espn.go.com The Clippers’ Jamal Crawford became the