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ARUM WILL TAKE JOY IN “LOMA BEATING THE S— OUT” OF MIKEY

In the aftermath of Vasyl Lomachenko adding to his reputation as the pound-for-pound baddest man on the planet with a devastating knockout of Anthony Crolla on Friday, beloved ESPN boxing analyst Teddy Atlas and boxing’s most enduring kingmaker, promoter Bob Arum of Top Rank Boxing, weighed in on the possibility of Lomachenko facing Mikey Garcia in the future. Bob Arum on making Mikey Garcia-Vasyl Lomachenko Fight: “F— Bad Blood! … It’s (All About) The Benjamins!”From an ESPN studio set in Bristol, CT., immediately after the Loma-Crolla beatdown, Atlas was asked by ESPN host Kevin Connors, “who would you like to see Loma fight?” …

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SHOOTING THE 3: JOHN OURAND OF SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL

Shooting The 3 is an exclusive SportsbyBrooks.com feature in which a sports media figure fields three questions posed by SbB. Today’s sports media figure is SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL reporter John Ourand. Ourand is the gold standard of sports business reporters and is one of the most-read and influential journalists in the sports media industry. His daily and weekly reporting – which emanates from a variety of platforms and includes a newly-launched newsletter – is consumed by virtually every top sports media executive connected to the business of commercial spectator sports …

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VIDEO: NICK BOSA IS “BIG FAN” OF TRUMP, PLAYS WITH TRUMP DOLL

Ex-Ohio State and future pro football player Nick Bosa said he is a “big fan” of Donald Trump during an interview with VIP TV host Kavita Channe. Nick Bosa is “Big Fan” of Donald Trump. Plays with Donald Trump doll.During the interview, which took place in 2016, Channe asked Bosa, “You are a fan of Donald Trump. Right?” Bosa’s reponse was …

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WHY ANTHONY DAVIS PROBABLY THINKS WE BELIEVE HIS DECEIT

Anthony Davis was up for some show and tell this week in commemorating the inglorious end of his seven-year run with the now-moribund New Orleans Pelicans. Before the Pelicans played their last game of the season yesterday, which though perfectly healthy Davis missed because of fake back spasms that supposed plagued him since March 24, the six-time NBA all-star showed up wearing a Looney Tunes, “That’s All Folks!,” t-shirt. …

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MAINSTREAM SPORTS MEDIA FIXED NBA’S OFFICIATING PROBLEM

You don’t have to be a Golden State Warriors fan to know who Draymond Green is. A three-time NBA all-star playing his seventh season in the league, Green is almost impossible to miss considering the demonstrative nature of an on- and off-court personality that not coincidentally landed him in the middle of the most reported – and overanalyzed – story of the 2018-19 season: the verbal altercation between him and teammate Kevin Durant during a November 12 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers …

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VIDEO: HOW DO WE KNOW BRET HART FAN ATTACK WASN’T FAKE?

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) staged a ceremony Saturday at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn to induct ex-professional wrestler Bret Hart into its “Hall of Fame.” While Hart, whose relationship with WWE impresario Vince McMahon since he departed the organization has been acrimonious to say the least, gave a speech in the middle of the squared circle to consummate the honor, he was apparently …

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VIDEO: NOTRE DAME HOOPS COACH SHAKES DOWN THE THUNDER

Nothing is more perishable – and forgettable – than sporting events. No matter how important sports media tries to make a game, competition or athlete out to be, history teaches us that it won’t be long before no one can remember the teams and/persons involved, let alone details of what actually went on. The only exception to the above is when …

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SHOOTING THE 3: ANDREW MARCHAND OF THE NEW YORK POST

Today’s sports media figure is NEW YORK POST sports media columnist Andrew Marchand. Marchand began his career reporting for small newspapers in Texas before being hired by the Post when he was 23.At 25, he became the Post’s New York Mets beat writer and covered their historic 2000 Subway series run. After nine years at the Post, Marchand was persuaded in 2007 to make the jump to ESPN. While at the four-letter network, Marchand’s role continually expanded and he eventually became a senior writer for ESPN.com, with his main focus on the New York Yankees. …

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