NBA Players More Confident To Speak Out On Political Issues Than Other Sport Leagues

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Government Sues Lance Armstrong, Wants $100 Million

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Saturday Sports: A Winning Streak And A Losing Streak

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NFL Players Union Works To Block Illinois Workers' Comp Bill

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Connecticut head coach Geno Auriemma, right, reacts as Connecticut's Gabby Williams (15) is congratulated by associated head coach Chris Dailey and embraced by assistant coach Marisa Moseley at the end of an NCAA college basketball game against South Carolina, Monday night in Storrs, Conn. UConn won their 100th straight game, 66-55. Jessica Hill/AP hide caption

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NBA Sends Memo To Teams About Social Media Conduct

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Ahead Of NBA All-Star Weekend, Looking At The Fashion-Forward Players

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Some New England Patriots Players Say They Won't Attend White House Ceremony

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Owner Mike Ilitch of the Detroit Red Wings celebrates with the Stanley Cup in 2008 after the team defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins in six games. The team won four NHL titles under his ownership. His Detroit Tigers teams made it to two World Series. Dave Sandford/Getty Images hide caption

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In this Oct. 10, 2015, photo, Baylor head coach Art Briles watches during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Kansas in Lawrence, Kan. Charlie Riedel/AP hide caption

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Big 12 Votes To Withhold Revenue From Baylor Pending Review

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Sports Book Fails To Adjust Odds For Super Bowl Coin Flip

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Boston Fans Celebrate Astonishing Super Bowl Victory

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Patriots' Victory Overshadows Super Bowl Commercials, Lady Gaga

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Super Bowl Victory Is Decided In OT: Patriots Beat Falcons 34-28

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Football Played Key Role In Rhodes Scholar's Path To Success

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Tom Brady of the New England Patriots calls for a two-point try in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl. The Patriots converted that attempt to send the game into overtime. Elsa/Getty Images hide caption

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