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Sports world reacts to Breonna Taylor grand jury announcement
A Kentucky grand jury indicted Louisville police officer Brett Hankison on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree in the shooting case of Breonna Taylor. Athletes from all over the sports world took to social media to react.[read more]

The biggest takeaways from Game 4 as Heat edge closer to an NBA Finals berth
Miami got a superstar performance from Tyler Herro and now finds itself on the doorstep of playing for a title.[read more]

How surprise MVP candidate Luke Voit became Yankees' leading slugger
Once a farmhand stuck in Memphis, Voit reinvented himself as a home run hero in the Bronx.[read more]

Sources: MAC to vote Friday on football season
Mid-Amerian Conference presidents will vote Friday on whether to have a football season.[read more]

Missed practice puts doubt on Garoppolo playing
Niners QB Jimmy Garoppolo did not practice Wednesday because of a high ankle sprain.[read more]

'Deadpool' star Reynolds seeks to buy fifth-tier Wrexham
Hollywood actor Ryan Reynolds has been revealed as a potential investor in Wrexham AFC, the Welsh team playing in the National League.[read more]

LeBron: Neighbors' walls got justice, not Breonna
Lakers and Nuggets players were frustrated by the Kentucky grand jury's decision to not prosecute any of the officers for the death of Breonna Taylor. LeBron James tweeted: "justice was met for her neighbors' apartment walls" but not for Taylor herself.[read more]

Houston has more problems: N. Texas game off
The North Texas-Houston football game has been postponed due to positive coronavirus tests.[read more]

Stamkos scores in return; Game 4 status unclear
Tampa Bay captain Steven Stamkos made his long-awaited return Wednesday and scored in the first period as the Lightning defeated the Dallas Stars 5-2 in Game 3, taking a 2-1 series lead.[read more]

Chargers' Taylor had lung punctured by team doc
A Chargers team doctor accidentally punctured Tyrod Taylor's lung just before kickoff Sunday while trying to administer a pain-killing injection, leading to the quarterback missing the team's game against the Chiefs, coach Anthony Lynn told ESPN.[read more]