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Celtics to Retire Paul Pierce's Number Next Season

The Boston Celtics have announced that they will retire Paul Pierce's number on February 11th at the TD Garden.

Fant's injury cast shadow over Seahawks' win over…

Russell Wilson looked just fine throwing for 206 yards and two touchdowns in the first half, and the Seattle Seahawks suffered a significant injury loss to left tackle George Fant in their 20-13 win over the Minnesota Vikings

2 Philadelphia Eagles Players Offer New Twist On…

Philadelphia Eagle Chris Long put an arm around teammate Malcolm Jenkins during his anthem protest. He's likely the first white player to do so.

Smith vaults to early lead at US gymnastics…

Ragan Smith looks ready to lead the next wave of U.S. women's gymnasts

LEADING OFF: Granderson joins Dodgers, trio goes…

LEADING OFF: Granderson could join Dodgers after late trade; Sale, Greinke, Vargos go for 15th wins, Holland back in Texas with White Sox

Cubs place LHP Jon Lester on 10-day disabled list

The Cubs are putting pitcher Jon Lester on the disabled list with a shoulder issue, manager Joe Maddon announced Friday, but that injury isn’t considered serious.

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FC Barcelona Can Offer Healing to City Recovering…

FC Barcelona’s motto translates to “more than a club.” After Thursday’s terrorist attack, the city will rely on the team to be just that.

NFL Players Association Says The League Could Be…

Head of the NFL Players Association DeMaurice Smith says the NFL could be headed for a lockout in 2021 when its current labor agreement expires.

Sano homers twice as Twins pound D-backs 10-3

Miguel Sano hits 2 of Twins' 6 homers in 10-3 win over Diamondbacks

Moreland delivers to help Red Sox beat Yankees 9-6

Pinch-hitter Mitch Moreland hit a two-run single in Boston's four-run seventh inning and the Red Sox rallied to beat the New York Yankees 9-6

Penn State Approves New Deal for James Franklin…

Penn State’s compensation committee approved a new contract for head coach James Franklin on Friday. Sources tell SI that Franklin’s new deal will be for six years at an average of $5.8 million per year. His buyout is $2 million this year.

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Kluber leaves start early as Indians romp past…

Corey Kluber was dominant before leaving with an undisclosed injury, and Jay Bruce homered twice to help the Indians beat the Royals 10-1

Snacks Illustrated: Aporkalypse

What's the best meal for the solar eclipse? Andy Staples chooses three kinds of pork in the Hardee's Aporkalypse biscuit.

Gonzalez returns from DL, Dodgers top Tigers 8-5

Chris Taylor doubled twice among his four hits, and the Los Angeles Dodgers welcomed Adrian Gonzalez back from the disabled list with another victory, beating the Detroit Tigers 8-5

Pliskova sweeps into Cincinnati semis, Nadal…

Defending champion Karolina Pliskova pulled off a doubleheader sweep at the Western & Southern Open, reaching the semifinals by winning a pair of matches with little rest in-between

Car Crashes Into Chicago Bulls Training Facility

Chicago Police say that a vehicle crashed into the Chicago Bulls training facility early Friday morning.

Red Sox, Eagles, Kevin Durant The Latest To Make…

SI Now co-hosts Maggie Gray and Robin Lundberg discusses the among the athletes and teams who are beginning to voice out after the violence in Charlottesville.

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