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    Warriors general manager Bob Myers had his bare feet on the famed parquet floor of the TD Garden in Boston. Champions can do such a thing. I spotted Myers from across the court, following the Warriors’ Game 6 win in the 2022 NBA Finals, their fourth championship win in eight years. I had to make a comment on his giddy-up. He was wearing a t-shirt and running shorts, and again, no shoes. Sitting on the Warriors’ bench, talking to another reporter, he was holding a golden chalice and a champagne bottle that was filled with Michelob Ultra. And yet, in that moment of ultimate satisfaction, his mind went elsewhere: The NBA Draft. It was less than a week away. The Warriors have a ton of practice at drafting amid the celebration of winning a title. During the peak dynastic years, they once held a draft workout the morning of their parade in Oakland. (Maybe that’s why they drafted Jacob Evans…) And Myers couldn’t help but laugh at the circumstance. This was a champagne problem...
    WALES boss Robert Page wants Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey’s futures sorted so they get a full pre-season ahead of the World Cup. Page's Dragons booked a place in Qatar this month - the nation's first finals in 64 years. 2Gareth Bale during the Nations League match between the Netherlands and WalesCredit: Rex But there are up to 11 stars, including Bale and Ramsey, in contention to play at November's finals who face a crunch time with futures up in the air in a bid to play more football. Wales boss Page said: “The lads know where they are at but I want my players to have a good pre-season. "I'm not overly concerned about it but in an ideal world we want our players playing. Of course we do. "For us to go to the next level and sustain it then it's important that we need the majority of our players playing week in, week out." READ MORE IN FOOTBALLBALE FORCE Mourinho 'trying to convince Bale to make Roma move' after leaving Real Madrid Bale, 32, leaves Real Madrid...
    OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER issued a passionate rallying cry to his beleaguered Manchester United flops on Sunday. The Red Devils were humiliated 5-0 by fiercest rivals Liverpool in their own back yard on Sunday. 1Solskjaer issued a passionate rallying cry to his troops after the 5-0 mauling at home to LiverpoolCredit: PA Solskjaer, 48, is now clinging to his job - with reports claiming the Norwegian could be sacked BEFORE Saturday's game at Tottenham. But the former Cardiff chief is in no mood to roll over and is claimed to have tried to hype up his flops after the heavy defeat. Solskjaer held a meeting after the crushing loss where he begged his United players to fight. A club source told the Daily Mail: "It was made clear to the players that they all, including the manager, would get battered this week. "But the message was that the team either fights each other or fight back together." Man Utd's flops were held behind at Old Trafford for TWO HOURS after the staggering, record-breaking defeat. Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogUNITED LATEST United 'consider SACKING...
    Fox News’ Laura Ingraham told LeBron James in 2018 to stop talking about politics and rather famously stated, “Shut up and dribble.” “Must they run their mouth like that?” she said at the time. “Unfortunately, a lot of kids and some adults take these ignorant comments seriously. There might be a cautionary lesson in LeBron for kids. This is what happens when you attempt to leave high school a year early to join the NBA… You’re great players but no one voted for you. Millions elected Trump to be their coach. So keep the political commentary to yourself, or as someone once said, shut up and dribble.” Fast-forward three years and Ingraham is now favorably citing James’ commentary on vaccines to her audience. She covered how police unions are fighting vaccine mandates before bringing up similar pushback from pro athletes. “Pro sports players are refusing to denounce fellow players who choose not to get vaxxed,” Ingraham said. She proceeded to show the video of James saying last month that while he is personally vaccinated, he isn’t exactly going to be...
    Since becoming head coach of the Lions, Dan Campbell has been a consistent headline. It started with "gnawing kneecaps" and the idea of bringing an actual lion to the team’s practice facility, but now Campbell is saying that he isn’t there to wipe any of his players’ butts. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Campbell delivered this message to his team the day he arrived in Detroit. "Honestly, day one, I said, 'Look, I'm not carrying your toilet paper around. I'm not gonna wipe your butt. You're gonna wipe your own butt. You handle it and I'll treat you like men until you prove otherwise,’" Campbell told Sports Illustrated’s Mike Silver. Campbell has brought new energy to the Lions since his arrival, and players have responded in a positive manner. Campbell took over for Matt Patricia – the longtime disciple of Bill Belichick – who lasted three years in Detroit before he was fired in November of 2020. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Campbell is proving to be a breath of fresh air, and he...
    Former Denmark goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel says Christian Eriksen's partner believed her husband 'had died' during yesterday's shocking Euro 2020 incident. The legendary stopper said Denmark players had to reassure mother-of-two Sabrina Kvist Jensen that the star, 29, was still breathing after he collapsed in yesterday's game against Finland. Speaking to BBC Radio Five Live, Schmeichel, whose son Kasper was one of the Denmark players to selflessly comfort the star's partner during the incident, said: 'That would be the worst two hours in my time in football.  'Absolutely no information. We could see it was very serious, we look to the reaction of the players. 'It happened not very far from where all the wives of the players were situated and of course Christian's partner would have seen that, she came onto the pitch. 'You could see from the reaction of... my son Kasper running over to her and I obviously spoke to him last night and he went over to say Christian is breathing and she actually believed he had passed away.' His son Schmeichel and Denmark captain Simon Kjaer - despite...
    Kordell Stewart tells his side of “that story”, the one back in 1998 with the Pittsburgh Steelers.Kordell Stewart was a sensational football player in college with the Colorado Buffaloes and most notably, professionally with the Pittsburgh Steelers. “Slash” was a huge part of the Steelers’ success in the late 1990s to early 2000s. While he was AFC Offensive Player of the Year and earned a Pro Bowl berth in 2001, his career was nearly derailed in 1998. Blatant lies about him committing lewd acts in a park is a reflection of how much football, and life in general, has changed. He tells The Players’ Tribune his side of “that story.” [Dr. Frank Sessoms] said, “Listen, I was about to bust somebody upside the head with this cane after what I just heard. Look, man … are you sitting down?” I said, “No, I’m standing up talking on the phone with you. What’s going on?” He said, “Man, somebody told me you got arrested.” I said, “Arrested? I’ve never been arrested in my life. What are you talking about, old man? Stop...
    By DOUG FERGUSON, AP Golf Writer Two players have withdrawn ahead of the Travelers Championship because of the coronavirus as the PGA Tour awaits test results of the entire field of players and caddies in its third week back amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Cameron Champ tested positive when he arrived Tuesday and took his mandatory test at TPC River HIghlands. Graeme McDowell withdrew Wednesday without having tested positive. McDowell told Golfweek that his caddie, Ken Comboy, tested positive. McDowell said he was withdrawing for the protection of the other players and caddies and for his own peace of mind. He was to fly from Cromwell, Connecticut, to his home in Orlando, Florida. “The alarm bells have started to ring now that Kenny has failed this test,” McDowell told Golfweek. “We're a close-knit team. We roomed together last week, we spent six hours in a car. He's carrying the virus, so in some way, I have to be carrying it, too.” McDowell said he informed the tour who he was around during his time at the TPC River Highlands. That includes...
    Two players have withdrawn ahead of the Travelers Championship because of the coronavirus as the PGA Tour awaits test results of the entire field of players and caddies in its third week back amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Cameron Champ tested positive when he arrived Tuesday and took his mandatory test at TPC River HIghlands. Graeme McDowell withdrew Wednesday without having tested positive. McDowell told Golfweek that his caddie, Ken Comboy, tested positive. McDowell said he was withdrawing for the protection of the other players and caddies and for his own peace of mind. He was to fly from Cromwell, Connecticut, to his home in Orlando, Florida. “The alarm bells have started to ring now that Kenny has failed this test,” McDowell told Golfweek. “We’re a close-knit team. We roomed together last week, we spent six hours in a car. He’s carrying the virus, so in some way, I have to be carrying it, too.” McDowell said he informed the tour who he was around during his time at the TPC River Highlands. That includes a practice round Tuesday with Brooks...
    THANK heavens for Neal Maupay. Just when it seemed the Premier League’s Project Restart might all be a little low-intensity and nicey-nicey, Brighton’s French striker served up a wonderful dollop of spite. 3 Matteo Guendouzi grabbed Neal Maupay's throat at the end of Arsenal's hot-tempered defeat to BrightonCredit: BT Sport It wasn’t so much Maupay’s challenge on Bernd Leno, which fell into the category of ‘borderline naughty’ but ended up seriously injuring the Arsenal keeper, who gave his assailant a finger-jabbing tirade as he sat on a stretcher. ARSENAL NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest Gunners news It was the fact that, after scoring a deliciously ironic 95th-minute winner, Maupay accused the Gunners — and especially Matteo Guendouzi — of lacking humility. This charge of arrogance against Arsenal is long-running, deep-seated among fellow professionals and isn’t going away. Rarely, if ever, do you hear the same accusation levelled against any other big-six club. But about Arsenal, you hear it time and again, privately and publicly. They are swollen-headed and need bringing down a peg or several, in line with their...
    Before a ball is snapped during LSU’s offseason workouts in preparation for the 2020 season, coach Ed Orgeron is registering his players to vote. Orgeron, fresh off a national championship and an undefeated season, told ESPN Radio's Baton Rouge affiliate on Tuesday that he spoke with his team about actions they could take to make a change in the world. Orgeron said that at least one of the things included taking the time to register to vote. DEANDRE HOPKINS, DESHAUN WATSON CALL ON CLEMSON TO REMOVE JOHN C. CALHOUN'S NAME FROM COLLEGE OVER SLAVERY TIES “We had a great team meeting with our football team and I talked to them about specific stuff that was going on in the world today,” he said. “One of the solutions that they came up with as a group and to represent the team, that we're gonna register to vote. The guys wanted to take action.” CLEMSON'S DABO SWINNEY DEFENDS RACIAL SLUR INCIDENT, EXPLAINS 'FOOTBALL MATTERS' SHIRT Talks about racial injustice, police brutality and other issues have been had in several locker rooms across...
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