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UFC Fight Night — Should Jon Jones be next for for Jan Blachowicz?

[ad_1] Polish light heavyweight Jan Blachowicz needed a signature win at UFC Fight Night on Saturday inside the Santa Ana Center in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, and he ended up getting it in the form of a devastating first-round knockout of Corey Anderson.The win improved Blachowicz's UFC record to 9-5, and not surprisingly, had him calling for a title shot against Jon Jones in his postfight interviews.Jones was in the
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How good is this Cloud9 team?

[ad_1] 9:30 PM ETTyler ErzbergerCloseESPN EsportsStaff writer for ESPN.com Covered esports since 2011 Worked with biggest teams across titles like League of Legends and StarCraft IIEmily RandCloud9 are now 7-0 during the spring split and will look to make it 8-0 against Evil Geniuses on Monday night. As with any undefeated team, there's room for overreaction, hot takes and genuine analysis of why they've been so dominant in North America's
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Astros, rivals wage cheating scandal war of words that won’t end soon

[ad_1] 11:10 PM ETJeff PassanESPN CloseESPN MLB insiderAuthor of "The Arm: Inside the Billion-Dollar Mystery of the Most Valuable Commodity in Sports"WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Baseball is burning. Opposing players are pummeling the Houston Astros as the fallout from their cheating scandal refuses to dissipate, and fans are frothing for vengeance after the players involved were spared from discipline by the league. Commissioner Rob Manfred is trying to wrap
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UFC Fight Night — Who’s next for Jan Blachowicz and Corey Anderson?

[ad_1] Polish light heavyweight Jan Blachowicz needed a signature win at UFC Fight Night on Saturday inside the Santa Ana Center in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, and he ended up getting it in the form of a devastating first-round knockout of Corey Anderson.The win improved Blachowicz's UFC record to 9-5, and not surprisingly, had him calling for a title shot against Jon Jones in his postfight interviews.Jones was in the
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Astros cheating scandal — MLB players weigh in on sign stealing

[ad_1] The impact of the Houston Astros' sign-stealing scandal is reverberating throughout Major League Baseball. There has been immediate impact -- three managers lost their jobs in a week, along with the Astros' general manager. And through all of the revelations, both the Astros themselves and players throughout the game have had something to say about the Astros' conspiracy to steal signs electronically and relay that information in real time
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‘You can’t ignore it’ — Inside Tyson Fury’s audacious fashion sense

[ad_1] 7:25 AM ETRoman ModrowskiESPN.com Tyson Fury is a 6-9, 250-pound fashion plate who makes a sartorial splash whether he's walking into a boxing ring or a news conference.He's been Batman, Apollo Creed and a lucha libre wrestler, and look for him to push the envelope again during the build-up for his Feb. 22 showdown with Deontay Wilder."I wish I can say what's coming," says Nav Salimian, a tailor who's
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Ten things I like and don’t like, including the mental game of the NBA champs

[ad_1] Let's go on break with 10 NBA things:1. The mental dexterity of the defending champion Toronto RaptorsToronto's 15-game winning streak is over, but man, is this team a joy. The Raptors bring a combination of toughness, intelligence, and confidence that is really hard to find.Some of that was within them before they went all the way last season. But maybe winning a title cements it inside you, makes it
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What to make of Houston Astros owner Jim Crane’s public (non-)apology

[ad_1] 12:32 AM ETJeff PassanESPN CloseESPN MLB insiderAuthor of "The Arm: Inside the Billion-Dollar Mystery of the Most Valuable Commodity in Sports"WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Houston Astros owner Jim Crane's latest attempt at damage control blew up in spectacular fashion Thursday. In the span of 27 minutes at a news conference, he claimed his team's routine cheating during its 2017 championship season didn't impact the game, declared he shouldn't
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Can Zion and the Pelicans push their way into the playoffs?

[ad_1] 10:23 PM ETAndrew LopezESPN NEW ORLEANS -- Alvin Gentry had seen enough. The players had seen enough. Management had seen enough. A change needed to be made.The night was Dec. 17. The New Orleans Pelicans were on the wrong end of a call that sent their game against the Brooklyn Nets into overtime. New Orleans wilted defensively and lost in extra time, sending the Pelicans to a franchise-worst 13-game