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Today’s edition features a Packers player ready to break out, a new potential home for a hockey star and a complete breakdown of the NBA offseason.
Sit back, relax and take a look back at an exciting day in the world of sports. Here is the best of the best courtesy of FanRag Sports.
As rumors heat up as to who’s available and who’s not in the NHL, one name that is surfacing is the St. Louis Blues’ T.J. Oshie. Could the opportunity be there for the Flyers to make an offer? The dots connect for the Flyers. Can the two teams make something work?
The NL Central has the three best teams (record-wise) in the National League thanks in large part to plenty of young talent helping out the St. Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs. But those teams aren’t done adding young guys yet. Here are prospects from each NL Central team that we could be seeing before the year is over.
There is a lot going on in the NBA offseason from the draft, to free agency to cap holds and more. It’s easy to get lost in all of it. We’ve got you covered. Get everything–or mostly everything–you need to know at Today’s Fastbreak in our offseason guide.
The Green Bay Packers have built the majority of their team through the draft with a key focus on development. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix was drafted 21st in the 2014 NFL Draft after being considered by many a top-1o talent. Is he the next in line to break out for the Packers?
Michigan football has come under flak recently after Jim Harbaugh ran a satellite camp. Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen is the latest to call out Harbaugh and Michigan, calling it a “recruiting camp” rather than a football camp. Is Michigan wrong for running the satellite camp? Is Dan Mullen wrong for calling the school, and Harbaugh, out?
With all the talk and attention on the Jose Aldo-Conor McGregor fight coming up, Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald’s Welterweight championship fight is being overlooked. Is forgetting to promote Lawler-MacDonald and putting all of their chips on Aldo-McGregor a marketing mistake for the UFC?