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Lebron is Cranky with Cavs’ Owner

Owner Dan Gilbert paid $82M in salaries and $7M in luxury tax in 2014-15, when the Cavs reached the NBA Finals. Last season, when Cleveland won the championship, Gilbert paid $107M in salaries and $54M in luxury

Mavericks Beat Knicks, Knicks Imploding

The Dallas Mavericks dealt the New York Knicks a 103-95 loss at American Airlines Center, the Kincks’ 14th defeat in their last 18 games. The Knicks committed eight of their 18 turnovers in the fourth quarter. They

Three Michigan Coaches Make $1M Salary

The Wolverines have become the first football program to have three assistant coaches making $1 million per year, according to MLive and other outlets. Three Michigan football assistants are making $1 million per year Via www.pennlive.com It’s

Usain Bolt Loses One Gold, Teammate Doping

Usain Bolt made history as the first sprinter to sweep three gold medals at three Olympic Games. Now he’s losing a piece of his historic hardware. Usain Bolt to lose Olympic gold after teammate caught doping Via www.usatoday.com

Falcons’ Offense Super Over Packers

The Falcons, who led 24-0 at halftime, will charge into Super Bowl LI to face the New England Patriots, hoping to avenge their one previous Super Bowl appearance, a defeat after the 1998 season. Falcons Thrash Packers

Patriots Advance to Super Bowl, Beat Steelers

The Patriots dispatched the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night in the AFC Championship game and will take on the Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl. How will they stop the seemingly unstoppable Falcons’ offense? In Steelers blowout,

NFL Sets Dates for Two London Games

The Jaguars will “host” the Ravens on Sunday, Sept. 24. That will be followed one week later by Dolphins and Saints, who will play against each other in London on Oct. 1. Both of those games will

NCAA Passes ‘Harbaugh Rule’

The rule passed by a 58-22 margin Friday morning at the Power Five conferences’ third annual autonomy session at the NCAA convention restricting vacation practice trips. The Big Ten voted 11-3 for the change. Power Five passes