Kenneth Faried has agreed to a contract buyout with the Brooklyn Nets, clearing the way for him to sign a free agent deal with the Houston Rockets, league sources told ESPN.
Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle said disgruntled point guard Dennis Smith Jr. “is welcome to come back and rejoin the team whenever he feels like he can,” adding that he believes Smith’s advisers are telling him to stay away from the team.
Kris Bryant and Evan Longoria expressed frustration that several free agents, including stars Bryce Harper and Manny Machado, are still looking for jobs as February nears.
Former All-Star guard Isaiah Thomas has been gathering momentum in his rehabilitation from March hip surgery, and there’s hope among Thomas and the Nuggets organization he could return as soon as Feb. 11-13.
Ben Watson has been dealing with appendicitis in what he says will be his final season.
Sunday could mark the RB’s last game in a Saints uniform, and it might be tough for New Orleans to find someone to fill his role.
WWE Superstars use a variety of training methods to stay in peak physical condition, and Farbod Esnaashari discovered how hard they work as Sheamus walked him through the workouts of Becky Lynch, Daniel Bryan, Sasha Banks, Carmella and Elias.
As he looks to become the fourth-ever dual titleholder, Dillashaw is attempting to drop to 125 pounds to face Henry Cejudo.
Instead of temperatures in the single digits and below zero, as had been earlier forecasted, it will be in the 20s for the AFC title game between the Patriots and Chiefs.
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