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Inter Miami's long wait for a home game goes on amid MLS shutdown
Inter Miami and its fans have been waiting six years for a home game, but are there bigger concerns for the MLS newcomers in the age of COVID-19?[read more]

Dykstra's past cited as suit vs. Darling dismissed
Lenny Dykstra's defamation and libel lawsuit against Ron Darling was dismissed Friday.[read more]

Is your team really committed to its quarterback? We ranked all 32 marriages
The Rams are committed to Jared Goff. Are the Eagles really tied to Carson Wentz long term?[read more]

Barnwell debunks the debate around Dak's deal: Just pay him already, Dallas
The Cowboys and their quarterback are locked in the highest-stakes game of chicken in NFL history.[read more]

When will the NBA return? Latest updates and big questions
Get the latest intel on the league's plans to finish the 2019-20 season.[read more]

How the trust between Adam Silver and Chris Paul will shape the NBA's restart
NBA commissioner Adam Silver has spent years building capital with the players' union. He's going to need all of it to finish this season and beyond.[read more]

With NBA draft on horizon, Australian Josh Green is staying busy
From video games and weight training with his brothers to kicking a soccer ball with his sister and hiking with the whole family, Josh Green is staying busy in Phoenix. All the while, the NBA draft burns brightly in the distance.[read more]

Dad: Raiders' Ruggs injures thigh during a move
Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III suffered a cut on his thigh during a move but is "pretty much OK," his father told AL.com.[read more]

Clemson WR Ross out for '20 with spinal issue
Clemson receiver Justyn Ross will have surgery Friday for a congenital spinal issue and will miss the 2020 football season.[read more]

Knicks explain lack of public comment to staffers
The company that owns the Knicks told employees that it is "not any more qualified than anyone else to offer our opinion on social matters" in explaining why it had not issued a public statement in the wake of George Floyd's death.[read more]