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How powerful is VALORANT’s Reyna? Here’s what the pros think

[ad_1] "The hunt begins!" -- ReynaWhen those words ring out across the world of VALORANT, the opposition knows the Empress is on her way, looking to devour them. The queen of dividing the enemy team up and conquering them with her feast or famine kit, there has been far less famine since Reyna was released on June 2 to celebrate the game's official launch worldwide. Since then, Reyna has become
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Daryl Morey – Houston Rockets ‘would never stand’ for Mike D’Antoni not coaching on sidelines

[ad_1] Houston Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni was like everyone else in the NBA whose world was rocked by the abrupt halt to the season on March 11 due to the coronavirus pandemic. He cycled through emotions of shock, frustration, acceptance, then adjustment to the "new normal" as he prepared for a potential resumption of the season."For the most part, I was doing OK," D'Antoni says, "but these last couple of
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What needs to happen to make Tyson Fury vs. Anthony Joshua a reality

[ad_1] 6:25 PM ETNick ParkinsonClose•Reports on boxing for ESPN.co.uk, as well as several national newspapers•Has been reporting on British boxing for over 15 years•Appears on BoxNation's Boxing Matters showBy agreeing on the basics of a deal to meet twice, starting in 2021, Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua have given the sports world a tantalizing hope of a major event at a time when we have been starved of them.The sport
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2020 MLB draft tracker — Live updates of first-round picks, analysis and highlights

[ad_1] From the first round Wednesday night to the second through fifth rounds that follow Thursday night, the 2020 MLB draft is here and we've got everything you need for all 160 picks.The Detroit Tigers had the No. 1 overall pick and grabbed Arizona State slugger Spencer Torkelson, followed by the Baltimore Orioles taking another big college bat in Heston Kjerstad.See below for analysis of all the picks in the
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Detroit Tigers take Arizona State slugger Spencer Torkelson No. 1 in MLB draft

[ad_1] Arizona State slugger Spencer Torkelson made history when the Detroit Tigers selected him with the first pick in the 2020 MLB draft on Wednesday, making him the first college first baseman and the first right-handed-hitting first baseman ever selected with the first overall pick.Torkelson played first base at Arizona State, but the Tigers announced him as a third baseman, and he has shown enough athleticism to convince some that
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Minnesota Twins donate $25M, Vikings $5M to racial, social justice campaigns

[ad_1] MINNEAPOLIS -- Two professional sports franchises in the Twin Cities have made significant contributions to racial and social justice campaigns in light of the killing of George Floyd while in custody of the Minneapolis Police on May 25.The Minnesota Twins, who are owned by the Pohlad family, announced they are committing $25 million to racial justice through their family foundation. The "two-phased, community-based approach" will first focus on providing
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The Confederate flag is finally gone at NASCAR races, and I won’t miss it for a second

[ad_1] The stars and bars have been banned from NASCAR racetracks.Finally.On Wednesday afternoon, three days after the Cup Series showed a unified front against racism at Atlanta Motor Speedway, and only a few hours before Bubba Wallace's No. 43 Chevy hit the track at Martinsville Speedway adorned with an image of black and white hands embraced, NASCAR announced it was officially pulling the battle banner of a nation long gone
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Determined to drive change amid unrest, Patrick Mahomes says players ‘need to be role models’

[ad_1] Patrick Mahomes said his decision to become involved in the Black Lives Matter movement started to solidify with the video of George Floyd dying while a Minneapolis police officer kneeled on him."I can't watch the entire George Floyd video through and through," the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback said. "I've watched it in parts but it hurts me too much to my soul to see him and feel like I
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U.S. Soccer board votes to repeal stand-for-anthem policy

[ad_1] The U.S. Soccer Federation's board of directors voted to repeal its policy requiring national team players to stand during the national anthem, according to ESPN sources.At the urging of USSF president Cindy Parlow-Cone, the board met via conference call on Tuesday to discuss the policy, and rather than wait until its next meeting on Friday, the decision was made to vote on repeal.- Stream ESPN FC Daily on ESPN+