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‘Do I Really Belong Here?’: Korean Americans in the N.B.A. Wonder

A small network of Korean Americans working throughout basketball are helping one another grow professionally and feel understood personally, while hoping to add to their ranks. …

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C.T.E. May Not Fully Explain Phillip Adams’s Shooting Spree

A finding of C.T.E. can help explain violence and erratic behavior by former football players, but it will not give a clear picture of why Phillip Adams fatally shot seven people, including himself. …

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Charli Collier Is the No. 1 Pick in the W.N.B.A. Draft

Collier, a 6-foot-5 center from the University of Texas, was selected by the Dallas Wings. …

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NCAA Gives USC Probation and a Fine In Bribery Scandal

A disciplinary committee put the Southern California program on probation for two years in connection with a 2017 investigation into corruption in college hoops. …

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Twins Rally in 9th to End Boston’s Nine-Game Winning Streak

With teams throughout baseball wearing No. 42 for Jackie Robinson Day, there were plenty of dramatic finishes. …

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Bobby Leonard, Hall of Fame Basketball Coach, Dies at 88

He coached the Indiana Pacers for 12 seasons and took them to three A.B.A. titles. The governor of Indiana called him “the embodiment of basketball.” …

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Five Things to Know as M.L.S. Starts Its Season

A new team, a new star, new protocols, new stadiums and maybe a new winner await in a season that finally starts on Friday. …

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LaMarcus Aldridge Unexpectedly Retires, Citing Heart Issue

Aldridge, who recently joined the Nets, said an irregular heartbeat during a game last week was “one of the scariest things I’ve experienced.” …

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Teammates in Brooklyn, Rivals in M.L.S.

When Kevin Durant bought a stake in the Philadelphia Union last summer, he became the fourth member of the Nets with an ownership stake in Major League Soccer. …

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Carlos Rodon Loses Perfect Game in 9th, Gets No-Hitter

The White Sox pitcher hit a batter with two outs to go. The Mets beat the Phillies, the Yankees lost to Toronto and five Astros players were put on the Covid-19 injured list. …

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5 W.N.B.A. Draft Hopefuls to Watch

A deep run in the N.C.A.A. tournament isn’t required for a basketball player to become a star or make it to the pros. These five women aim to prove it. …

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New N.C.A.A. Rule Benefits Athletes Who Transfer Colleges

Under a plan tentatively approved Wednesday, Division I players who transfer will not need to sit out a year before they can play. …

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Madoff Nearly Ruined the Mets. The Team Has Moved On.

The death of the infamous investment banker who was serving a 150-year prison sentence recalls a chapter where a major-market team was forced to scramble to survive. …

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A Major Change in the Minors: Baseball Moving the Mound Back

As M.L.B. looks to invigorate the game, it will try moving pitchers back by a foot in the independent Atlantic League. The sport has done this dance before. …

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Bo Bichette’s Big Day Sinks Yankees in Dunedin

Toronto’s shortstop hit two homers, including a walk-off, and stole a base, giving the Blue Jays a series win. …

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Jackie Robinson’s Signing Caused a Financial Dispute

As baseball celebrates Jackie Robinson Day, a look at how his signing led to the dismantling of the Negro leagues, with only one M.L.B. owner speaking up for their rights. …

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Colton Underwood, ‘Bachelor’ Star, Comes Out as Gay

The 29-year-old former football player had written about questioning his sexuality in a memoir, published in 2020. …

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Injuries Are Raining on the N.B.A.’s Championship Parade

Pick a big-name N.B.A. star, and he’s probably been injured this season: LeBron, Giannis, LaMelo, A.D., K.D. and, now, Jamal Murray. What’s going on? …

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New Rule in Cycling Forbids the Tossing of Water Bottles

Riders’ water bottles are treasured souvenirs among cycling fans. Cyclists are unhappy with a new rule that outlaws tossing them into the crowd. …

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Hank Aaron’s Name Will Replace a Confederate General’s on an Atlanta School

Forrest Hill Academy, named for Nathan Bedford Forrest, also an early leader of the Ku Klux Klan, will become Hank Aaron New Beginnings Academy. …

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Hope Trautwein Discusses Her 21-Strikeout Perfect Game

Hope Trautwein of North Texas threw a perfect game that outdid all the others, striking out 21 in seven flawless innings. …

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Cleveland’s Yu Chang Receives Racist Messages After Costly Error

The 25-year-old infielder tweeted about messages he received after a throwing mistake that handed Chicago a win. …

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Stephen Curry Passes Wilt Chamberlain as Warriors Scoring Leader

Players must be great to set their franchise’s career scoring record. But they also need to hang around. …

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Her Killer Sidestep Is Clearing a Path to the W.N.B.A.

Arella Guirantes, the star Rutgers guard, hopes to be drafted by her hometown team, the Liberty, this week. But no matter where she ends up, she said she’ll be ready. …

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