Sports Break: Will this be the summer the Chicago Bulls trade Jimmy Butler?

Will this be the summer the Chicago Bulls trade Jimmy Butler?; In a pivotal game for the Wizards, John Wall has a shot at a career-defining moment; The Capitals, playing to keep their season alive, shut down and storm past Penguins, 5-2, to force a decisive Game 7; Americans aren’t pleased new FIFA Council member thinks North Korea won women’s World Cup; ‘Smiling doesn’t win you gold medals’: Simone Biles has the perfect comeback on ‘DWTS’; Mets’ Matt Harvey reportedly was partying the night before calling in sick with a migraine; Aaron Hernandez is no longer a convicted murderer, judge rules; Tour de France champ Chris Froome’s bike totaled after he was ‘rammed on purpose’ by car; The Cardinals botched an upcoming giveaway with sexist tweet; ‘I feel lost’: Nick Buoniconti of the 1972 Miami Dolphins tells sad story of his decline; What exactly is Fox Sports 1 doing with Katie Nolan?; Man caught trying to climb Everest without a permit: ‘I was treated like a murderer’; Tony Romo fumbles in attempt to qualify for the U.S. Open; Barry Trotz made two tweaks that kept the Capitals from elimination
 
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Americans aren’t pleased new FIFA Council member thinks North Korea won women’s World Cup
Alex Morgan and Carli Lloyd could barely believe it took Mahfuza Akhter Kiron three times to come up with the right answer — Team USA.
‘Smiling doesn’t win you gold medals’: Simone Biles has the perfect comeback on ‘DWTS’
Women who are tired of being told when to smile … smiled in approval.
 
Mets’ Matt Harvey reportedly was partying the night before calling in sick with a migraine
This story just keeps getting better.
 
Aaron Hernandez is no longer a convicted murderer, judge rules
Because the former New England Patriots star died before his appeals had been exhausted, his conviction in the killing of Odin Lloyd is vacated.
 
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Tour de France champ Chris Froome’s bike totaled after he was ‘rammed on purpose’ by car
Professional cyclists continue to worry about their safety while training in Europe.
 
The Cardinals botched an upcoming giveaway with sexist tweet
Women don’t take kindly to being marketed to in such a stereotypical way.
 
‘I feel lost’: Nick Buoniconti of the 1972 Miami Dolphins tells sad story of his decline
The Hall of Fame linebacker says, “I feel like a child,” and struggles with mundane tasks.
 
What exactly is Fox Sports 1 doing with Katie Nolan?
It’s now been almost three months since the network announced that “Garbage Time” was going on hiatus.
 
Barry Trotz made two tweaks that kept the Capitals from elimination
The Capitals now hold a plus-121 shot attempt differential advantage at even strength.
 
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Man caught trying to climb Everest without a permit: ‘I was treated like a murderer’
Nonetheless, Ryan Sean Davy pledges, “I will return for a second attempt!”
 
Will this be the summer the Chicago Bulls trade Jimmy Butler?
What’s next for Jimmy Butler? What about Fred Hoiberg? Those are two of the questions posed in the Chicago Bulls entry in the “Postmortem” series.
 
Tony Romo fumbles in attempt to qualify for the U.S. Open
He was six shots off the pace in a local qualifying tournament.
 
In a pivotal game for the Wizards, John Wall has a shot at a career-defining moment
With two more wins against Boston, the Washington star will earn himself for himself and his team the recognition and respect he’s sought for years.
 
The Capitals, playing to keep their season alive, shut down and storm past Penguins, 5-2, to force a decisive Game 7
Braden Holtby stonewalled Pittsburgh for most of game, Andre Burakovsky scored twice, and Washington outshot and out-skated Pittsburgh in a dominant performance on the road in Game 6. The series shifts back to D.C. for a winner-take-all final contest Wednesday night at Verizon Center. This is a developing story. It will be updated.
 
     
 
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