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Matthew Berry reaches into the Star Wars universe to give you the advice and encouragement you need to win.
No charges will be filed against Oklahoma Sooners running back Rodney Anderson, the Cleveland County (oklahoma) district attorney announced Thursday. Anderson was accused of rape by a university employee earlier this month.
New Browns general manager John Dorsey told ESPN Cleveland Radio that Sashi Brown failed to get "real players" for Hue Jackson, and that cutting Kenny Britt was an easy decision.
The Oakland Athletics have acquired outfielder Stephen Piscotty from the St. Louis Cardinals for two minor leaguers, both teams announced on Thursday.
Forward Luc Mbah a Moute is expected to miss 2-3 weeks for the Rockets, who have won 11 games in a row, after an MRI showed no significant damage in his shoulder.
Major League Baseball plans to look into the source of information about Shohei Ohtani's elbow injury and determine whether the story came from a team official, sources told ESPN.
Bo Davis, a former assistant at Alabama, will continue to be prohibited from off-campus recruiting activities through April 2019, the NCAA ruled. Davis is now the defensive line coach at Texas-San Antonio.
A super-talented 22-year-old quarterback and a few defensive stars? The Texans' job is intriguing if Bill O'Brien doesn't return. Bill Barnwell sorts the coaching jobs that could come open in 2018.
LeBron James welcomes the Lakers to Cleveland on Thursday night. Is he taking the court against his future teammates, or will "LeBron to L.A." remain the stuff of Hollywood fiction?
The MLB winter meetings are going strong in Orlando, and rumors are swirling across baseball. Here is what our writers are hearing today.
Almost everyone could use the O's star, but only a few clubs have enough to land him. From one-year rentals to long-term homes, here are the best fits.
Boston and J.D. Martinez appear to be a perfect match. But Sox president Dave Dombrowski and agent Scott Boras are locked in a hot-stove stalemate.

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The NFL

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has the weapons to stack up favorably against the GOAT on Sunday, but history is against him.
Heading toward free agency, Patriots CB Malcolm Butler can erase some of the doubts of this season with a big game against Steelers star Antonio Brown.
New Browns general manager John Dorsey told ESPN Cleveland Radio that Sashi Brown failed to get "real players" for Hue Jackson, and that cutting Kenny Britt was an easy decision.
Pittsburgh Steelers defense looks to 'group effort' to contain New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.
The Detroit Lions will be without two fifths of their starting offensive line on Saturday against the Bears as both right guard Rick Wagner and center Travis Swanson have been ruled out.

The NBA

The Warriors, who have a seven-game win streak, will be without Draymond Green, Zaza Pachulia, Nick Young and Stephen Curry vs. the Mavericks on Thursday.
Forward Luc Mbah a Moute is expected to miss 2-3 weeks for the Rockets, who have won 11 games in a row, after an MRI showed no significant damage in his shoulder.
Chris Paul's season-high 31 points helped lead the Rockets to their 11th straight win and kept the veteran guard undefeated in games he has played with Houston.
Gordon Hayward has shed his walking boot less than two months after suffering his ankle injury.
Fan balloting for the NBA All-Star Game and its revised format will begin on Dec. 21 and continue through Jan. 15, with five dates where votes will be counted on a 2-for-1 basis.

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Trader Jeff Kilburg lists three things to know before you trade bitcoin futures.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said she was "disappointed" with U.K. lawmakers' vote to give parliament a vote on the final Brexit deal.
The measure of business supply met economists' expectations, dipping slightly after flattening out in the prior month.
Sears will now sell items from the DieHard nameplate on Amazon's website.
Richard Gelfond told CNBC that IMAX hopes to operate up to 20 theaters in the conservative country within three years.
Richard Gelfond described the current situation as a "high level tug-of-war happening between Silicon Valley and Hollywood."
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi delivered a speech on monetary policy at its premises in Frankfurt, Germany.
Deutsche Boerse executives are reportedly considering the introduction of futures contracts for bitcoin.