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Today we look at Vandy shortstop Dansby Swanson owning the day, the Cavaliers’ adjustments, a possible quarterback controversy in Cincinnati and more.
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.
Sure, Steph Curry had the worst shooting performance of the year, but that might’ve not been a coincidence. The Cleveland Cavaliers adjustments played a key role. Read more about the transformation above.
After the San Jose Sharks hit rock bottom this season, trading Joe Thornton is a realistic possibility. There are pros and cons to the idea, but which side seems more clear?
Hit a home run? Check. Drive in the clinching run to advance to the College World Series? Check. Get drafted No. 1 overall? Check. Not a bad day for Vanderbilt shortstop Dansby Swanson.
Andy Dalton has fallen flat in each of his last four postseason appearances, and A.J. McCarron is earning praise all over this offseason. But don’t be confused. There is no quarterback controversy with the Cincinnati Bengals. Dalton is the starter, and for good reason.
There is an Alabama Crimson Tide assistant coach that will soon be a head coach at the college level. It’s not defensive coordinator Kirby Smart. It’s not offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin. It’s offensive line coach Mario Cristobal. Find out why at Today’s U.
Miguel Cotto vs. Canelo Alvarez was the fight boxing fans wanted. After Cotto’s victory over Daniel Geale, that’s exactly what they’ll get. Read about the upcoming fight above.
Getting drafted in any sport is something most only dream of. But the MLB Draft is experience is a little different than the rest. Today’s Knuckleball writer David Roberts has first-hand experience of what draft day is like and the chain of events that follow. There’s a lot in between draft day and the majors that most don’t know. Roberts gives us insight on his experience, which ultimately fell short of the majors.