SB Nation (Sports Blog Nation) is a sports news website owned and operated by Vox Media (formerly SportsBlogs, Inc.). Established in 2005, the site comprises 314 blogs covering individual professional and college sports teams, and other sports-oriented topics. The site operates from Vox’s offices just off Bryant Park in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, as well as Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C.

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  • Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White says the LSU pass rusher has a couple paths to NFL success. Arden Key is an interesting prospect if for no other reason than I’m not sure whether he will be an edge player or an off-the-ball linebacker in the league. At close to 6’6 and around 240 pounds, he certainly could fit at either position. In the four games I watched, I saw that he is physical e...

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  • The NFL Draft is this week, and the rumors are aplenty. We’re keeping track of them right here. There’s never a lack of rumors when it comes to the NFL Draft, especially as it grows nearer. Despite mock draft after mock draft, it’s incredibly difficult to predict how the real thing will go, especially when it comes to trades and how those will affect the rest of the draft. There also needs to...

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  • This is definitely real. On Monday the NFL announced that a parrot would deliver the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ third-round draft pick at this year’s NFL Draft. NFL announces that a parrot — yes, a parrot — will deliver Bucs’ third-day draft picks to an announcer on the pirate ship at Raymond James Stadium.— Greg Auman (@gregauman) April 23, 2018 SB Nation has acquired a transcript of the first ...

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  • The Sam Houston State product is drawing Aaron Donald comparisons. P.J. Hall hasn’t show up on many mock drafts this spring. He wasn’t even invited to this year’s NFL Combine. But by the end of April, he could shoot all the way up to the first two days of the 2018 NFL Draft. The Sam Houston State defensive lineman was a big fish in the Southland Conference’s small pond, but his college numbers...

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  • A Dante-inspired dictionary for the NFL Draft. The language of sports is full of jargon used to signal inclusion. Being in on the dialect indicates expertise — being someone who lives in and understands traditions. Jargon can also act as a replacement for original thought and provides a way to anesthetize the speaker and their audience from the human realities and consequences of sports. The c...

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  • You’ve seen lots of blog posts about who’ll survive Thanos. The answer should be nobody. I tried to give the internet yet another post about which characters will survive Infinity War and its sequel, but realized all those posts are shortsighted. You’ll see. Let’s start with the easy ones. Loki Infinity War Thanos wants that blue thing Dead. The Collector Thor: The Dark Wo...

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  • Love is not extinct. What can I say, I love love. I love a sappy rom-com. I love that scene in Love Actually when the dude from The Walking Dead holds up the sign to Keira Knightly. I love Hallmark movies where a woman leaves her high-powered job as a lawyer in the city to return home to discover herself before falling in love with a down-to-earth lumberjack who loves her AND her son from a pr...

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  • A jump ball overturned to a foul? What happened? The last play of Pacers-Cavs Game 4 was bewildering to everyone watching. Victor Oladipo hit a three-pointer to make the score 103-100 with 11.9 seconds to go. At that point, Lance Stephenson fouled Jeff Green after the inbounds. Excellent takedown technique for Lance pic.twitter.com/BAHt9nGiiT— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) April 23, 2018 This headlock...

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  • Sure, Cleveland tied this series, but is anyone optimistic about how this team looks right now? The Cleveland Cavaliers did everything wrong on Sunday night, and the final score shouldn’t sugarcoat that. Sure, they eventually won 104-100 over the Indiana Pacers in Game 4, a must-have victory that evened the series at two games each. It means they will be favorites to advance past the first rou...

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  • The Cavs have life. James scored 32 points to help Cleveland beat the Pacers and tie the series. The Cleveland Cavaliers have a pulse. The Cavs outlasted the Indiana Pacers, 104-100, to win Game 4 and tie the series at 2-2. LeBron James again carried Cleveland, but it was the three-point shooting from his supporting cast that made the difference. Cleveland secured the win with a 10-2 run late...

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  • “He said that nobody would understand this and the sacrifice that it takes to get to the Olympics. So you can’t tell people this.” McKayla Maroney appeared on Dateline NBC on Sunday to explain the culture of abuse that existed inside gymnastics. The retired U.S. Olympian drew the world’s attention to the abuse she — and other members of USA Gymnastics — suffered at the hands of former medical ...

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  • The Predators are into the next round of the playoffs after a dominant Game 6 win over the Avalanche. The Nashville Predators are into the next round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs after a dominant Game 6 performance against the Colorado Avalanche. They took the series, 4-2, and managed to score five goals, all from different players, in the final outing. Before the series The Colorado Avalanche ...

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  • Can the Volunteers land the tall Georgia receiver recruit? ATLANTA, Ga. — One of the Southeast’s best receivers has seen all he needs to see. Marietta (Ga.)’s Ramel Keyton says he has narrowed his list down to two schools, and will decide soon. The schools? Auburn and Tennessee. Keyton has seen both recently, and both schools are pitching the need for receivers, and the ability to play early....

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  • The Wizards took Game 3, but need to do it again to even the series up. Fourth quarter Raptors 90, Wizards 88, 6:47 left: Washington keeps inching closer and closer. Beal just his fifth three-pointer, and Wall followed it with a 19-footer, forcing Toronto to call timeout. It’s gonna be a good finish. Raptors 86, Wizards 80, 10:01 left: One complaint I have about Toronto this game: they’re forg...

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  • Webb tells SB Nation what his relationship is like with the offensive line coaches for the Tide and the Bulldogs. ATLANTA, Ga. — It was rainy at the Georgia tour stop for the Under Armour All-America Game camp series. But that didn’t stop Oxford (Ala.) offensive lineman Clay Webb from dominating, just as he’s done in every setting for the past several years. Webb is a trim 6’3, 290, with gre...

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  • Will this help them avoid a 3-1 deficit? Probably not. The Cleveland Cavaliers arrived to Banker’s Life Fieldhouse suited from head-to-toe, yet again, ahead of their 8:30 p.m. ET Game 4 matchup against the Indiana Pacers on Sunday. While it’s a good look, the attire won’t help them in their efforts against the surging Pacers. Suited up... the @Cavs arrive for Game 4 in Indianapolis (8:30pm/et...

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  • Don’t punch people in the face. With 54 seconds left in the second period on Sunday, the Flyers led Game 5 against the Penguins 4-3. Pittsburgh’s Jake Guentzel tied it with a tip-in past Michal Neuvirth: JAKE GUENTZ-GOAL MAKES IT A TIE GAME!Box score: https://t.co/jTtchhtnhI pic.twitter.com/M3G1dFcTne— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) April 22, 2018 The next 53 seconds elapsed without incide...

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  • Ties modern MLB record with a 21-pitch AB Baseball is such a long and grueling daily grind that sometimes it’s hard to focus on, let along see the end result. The journey is the thing in this game and the play-by-play doesn’t always tell the whole story. For instance, here is San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt ‘s first-inning at bat against Angels pitcher Jaime Barria: Brandon Bel...

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  • We hope he plays forever, though. You can credit Manu Ginobili with the San Antonio Spurs winning Game 4 and extending their first round series against the Golden State Warriors in a 103-90 win. The 40-year-old is eternal, and he’s still playing the same old game we’ve been watching for two decades now. On Sunday, in 25 minutes, Ginobili put up 16 points and five assists on 5-of-10 shooting. H...

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  • All the sights, sounds and action from Game 4. There will be no sweep. At least not in San Antonio. The Spurs survived the Warriors on Sunday, 103-90, to avoid elimination and force Game 5 in Oakland next week. Five different San Antonio players scored in double figures, led by 22 from LaMarcus Aldridge and 16 off the bench from Manu Ginobili. Together, they were able to fend off Kevin Durant...

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  • All the sights, sounds and action from Game 4. The Bucks showed signs of life at home following an anemic Game 3 in Boston by winning big in Milwaukee in Game 4 thanks to a big lift from Khris Middleton, Eric Bledsoe, Jabari Parker and Thon Maker. The start of this series felt like Giannis vs. the world, but the Bucks’ supporting cast finally came alive in the team’s 24 point win, with Middle...

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  • The third race on the MotoGP calendar is here, and we have all you need to know to watch the American race on TV and streaming online. The only North American round of the top motorcycle racing discipline is set for Sunday, with the 2018 MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas. The race comes from the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, and is one of the most exciting races on the MotoGP calen...

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  • In Sunday’s Say Hey, Baseball, we look at Sean Manaea’s amazing no-no, how baseball treats black managers, and the imminent debut of Gleyber Torres. On Saturday night, Athletics’ pitcher Sean Manaea took the mound against the Red Sox. Nine innings later, he completed baseball’s first no-hitter of 2018. He outdueled Chris Sale and the potent Red Sox offense to throw the first no-no of his caree...

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  • Portland had accepted and even embraced its status as a nice team that’s just short of contender status. Can the Blazers still do that after this year’s disastrous ending? The Portland Trail Blazers were never considered a championship contender this season. Heck, the Blazers haven’t been considered a title contender in decades, really, since the five S’s of Scottie Pippen, Steve Smith, Damon ...

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  • This series is pure chaos. It still favors Boston, but the Leafs aren’t dead yet. The Maple Leafs aren’t finished. Their 4-3 win in Game 5 against the Bruins on Saturday means they’ll fight for at least one more game, maybe two, and maybe more than that. The Bruins were the dominant team on the ice in this game— particularly so in the third period, where they had a 20-5 advantage in shots on ...

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  • Thanks to some timely pickups, Philly has developed the ideal mix of young and old. The Philadelphia 76ers have found that magical mix: young stars leading the way, developing role players surrounding them, and just enough veterans to win games like Game 4. Philadelphia’s 106-102 win against the Miami Heat on Saturday couldn’t have happened without a perfectly constructed roster and some time...

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  • Rajon Rondo’s fingerprints are all over the Pelicans’ improbable rise. The Pelicans completed an impressive and unlikely series sweep of the Trail Blazers on Saturday, and Anthony Davis and Jrue Holiday received most of the credit. But you can’t forget about Rajon Rondo, the veteran floor general whose fingerprints were all over this surprisingly short four-game series from start to finish. A...

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  • If you forgot about Ricky Rubio, he reminded you on Saturday. With just a few seconds left in the third quarter, Joe Ingles missed a wide open three. Rudy Gobert darted over to grab the rebound, and with the clock winding down, he found Ricky Rubio at the top of the key. Rubio took a step over, elevated off one foot and released the ball just before the buzzer sounded. It was cash, just like e...

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