Sports Break: Tom Brady graces Madden 18 cover, doesn’t believe in curses

NFL owners could vote to reduce OT to 10 minutes later this month; James Harden and the Rockets staggered out of the NBA playoffs like zombies; UFC 211: The key factors that will decide Stipe Miocic vs. Junior dos Santos; Browns’ Jabrill Peppers says radio host’s drug allegations are wrong; Lance Armstrong would like you to know reports of his death were very wrong; Tim Tebow could be moving up the Mets’ minor league chain; If James Harden had a concussion, it didn’t stop him from hitting the clubs after Game 6 loss; Magic Johnson shrugs off LaVar Ball’s Kobe Bryant rant, says it’s about the son and not the father; Adviser to Colin Kaepernick says three NFL teams have shown interest; Tom Brady graces Madden 18 cover, doesn’t believe in curses; An NBA team asked Kansas’s Frank Mason III how he wanted to die; Top pick Mitchell Trubisky drives his ’97 Camry to Bears’ minicamp; Sergio Garcia fires an ace at the infamous island green at TPC Sawgrass; Spurs will have their hands full with the Warriors’ offense in conference finals; Hustle is the key to Wizards playing better at home
 
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Spurs will have their hands full with the Warriors’ offense in conference finals
Warriors chances of winning the NBA title never dipped below 56 percent at any point during the regular season or playoffs.
Browns’ Jabrill Peppers says radio host’s drug allegations are wrong
“Whatever drugs she said I’ve done, I’ve never done in my life,” the Cleveland rookie says.
 
Lance Armstrong would like you to know reports of his death were very wrong
The 45-year-old is very much alive, as he proved on Instagram Friday.
 
Tim Tebow could be moving up the Mets’ minor league chain
He has an .849 OPS over the last 16 games.
 
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NFL owners could vote to reduce OT to 10 minutes later this month
Measure remains in line to be reconsidered at May 23 meeting in Chicago.
 
James Harden and the Rockets staggered out of the NBA playoffs like zombies
The MVP candidate’s mediocre performance sank Houston against the undermanned San Antonio Spurs.
 
If James Harden had a concussion, it didn’t stop him from hitting the clubs after Game 6 loss
Starting late in Game 5 against the Spurs, after Harden took an elbow to head, he hardly resembled a leading candidate for NBA MVP honors as Houston’s season slipped away.
 
Magic Johnson shrugs off LaVar Ball’s Kobe Bryant rant, says it’s about the son and not the father
Yep, he’s still talking.
 
 
Adviser to Colin Kaepernick says three NFL teams have shown interest
But that’s about the extent of it. None of them have talked to Kaepernick themselves.
 
Hustle is the key to Wizards playing better at home
Washington averages 21 deflections per game at home against Boston in the playoffs but just 14 per game on the road.
 
Tom Brady graces Madden 18 cover, doesn’t believe in curses
That sound you hear is Patriots fans getting just a little nervous about next season.
 
UFC 211: The key factors that will decide Stipe Miocic vs. Junior dos Santos
The heavyweight title fight will hinge on Miocic’s improved pressure vs. dos Santos’s mastery in open space.
 
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An NBA team asked Kansas’s Frank Mason III how he wanted to die
The odd question, posed at the NBA’s draft combine, still had nothing on some of the doozies NFL teams have asked at its combine.
 
Top pick Mitchell Trubisky drives his ’97 Camry to Bears’ minicamp
The rookie quarterback kept a promise he made to Chicago’s general manager, Ryan Pace.
 
Sergio Garcia fires an ace at the infamous island green at TPC Sawgrass
The Masters winner is on quite a roll.
 
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