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The NBA’s Wild Wild West With Haralabos Voulgaris

Bill discusses why teams like the Lakers, Warriors, and Kings might make in-season trades

‘The White Lotus’ Season 2, Episodes 4-5 Recap

Bill, Joanna, and Mal also make predictions for the rest of the season

Mike White Mania Continues, the Giants Race to Wild Card Just Got More Interesting, and Trivia

JJ breaks down the Jets’ win over the Bears

Spain and Germany’s High-Quality Draw, Canada Go Out, and Could France Go All the Way?

Musa and Ryan dish about the latest news in the 2022 World Cup

Week 12 Top Five Bets

Raheem Palmer is back to share his top five bets and his favorite teaser legs for Week 12

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The Cowboys Are Emerging as True Contenders

It was a bumpy start for Dallas, but Dak Prescott, Micah Parsons, and the rest of this team have the talent to be trouble the rest of this season and into the playoffs

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‘Glass Onion’ Keeps the ‘Knives Out’ Machine Rolling

Benoit Blanc’s latest journey may not have the supporting cast or the surprise of its predecessor, but there’s still enough mystery and verve to be a crowd-pleaser

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The Ringer’s NFL QB Rankings, Week 12

Joe Burrow is rising in our rankings. Zach Wilson? Not so much.

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Happy 10th Birthday, Butt Fumble

On Thanksgiving 2012, Mark Sanchez and the Jets delivered one of the most memorable and hilariously bad plays in NFL history. Why does that one moment still resonate a decade later?

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A Sort-of-Healthy Kawhi Won’t Solve All of the Clippers’ Problems

Leonard is back on the court again … for the most part. But the Clippers still have more to sort out to get back near the top of the title hunt.

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‘Welcome to Chippendales’ Doesn’t Expose Much

The new Hulu series on the infamous male burlesque troupe is neither fantasy nor naked telling of the truth

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What Jimbo Fisher and Texas A&M Can Teach Us About College Football’s Wild Buyout Culture

Though Jimbo Fisher’s Aggies have been a disaster this season, you’d think his massive guaranteed contract would give him job security. But in modern college football, buyouts are no longer a roadblock.

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Twitter Is Being Destroyed by One of Its Worst Main Characters

Elon Musk bought Twitter in late October. Since then, he’s bulldozed the platform’s regulatory features, allowed hate speech to fester, and let most of the company’s staff go. What comes next?

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Victor Wembanyama Is Something That We Cannot Comprehend

J. Kyle Mann gives some basic explanations about what has scouts so over-the-moon excited about Wembanyama’s future

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Seven NBA Observations About Giannis’s Shooting, Myles Turner’s Stock, and More

How much do the Bucks star’s struggles actually matter? Can the Pacers afford to trade their starting center when he’s playing so well? And dare we believe in New Russ?

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‘Pitch Perfect’ Launched a Movement That’s Somehow Still Singing

After tripling its budget at the box office, the little comedy became a franchise that has now even spawned its own streaming series: an Adam Devine–starring spinoff that’s a testament to the popularity of a cappella

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The 10 Shows to Stream Over Thanksgiving Weekend

‘Andor’ is over, ‘The White Lotus’ is heating up, and Netflix has everything from eerie mysteries to high prestige

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Walker Zimmerman Made Himself Into a USMNT Mainstay

A little over a year ago, Zimmerman fielded a phone call from Gregg Berhalter explaining why he wasn’t invited to USMNT camp. Now he’s one of the most important players on Berhalter’s World Cup roster.

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Yunus Musah Is From Many Places, but Just Found His Home

How did a rising soccer star from four different countries choose to play for the U.S. men’s national team? By looking within.

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How Gourmet Dining Became Horror’s Hottest Menu Item

Thanks to movies like ‘The Menu’ and ‘Triangle of Sadness’ and TV shows like ‘The Bear’ and ‘The White Lotus,’ there’s now nothing more terrifying than a Michelin-star meal

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Landon Donovan, 2010, and a Breakthrough Moment for American Soccer

Did one goal change the sport in the United States?

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Every Episode of ‘Atlanta,’ Ranked

Donald Glover’s small-screen opus has come to an end. Re-live its excellence with our ranking of every ‘Atlanta’ episode.

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The Night Warren Zevon Left the ‘Late Show’ Building

On October 30, 2002, a cancer-stricken Warren Zevon returned to the ‘Late Show With David Letterman’ stage for one last performance. Twenty years later, Letterman and more remember the gravitas and emotion of that stunning night.

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Christian Pulisic’s Moment With the USMNT Has Arrived

Pulisic played well in the United States’ World Cup opener against Wales. He might need to be even better against England.

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The Nike LeBron 20 Continues to Impress

Plus, Wos breaks down fits from Serge Ibaka, Darius Bazley, John Wall, and Kevin Durant

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Chris “Mad Dog” Russo on the Jets’ Next Moves

Plus, Calvin Johnson shares his favorite receivers and thoughts on Zach Wilson

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Thanksgiving Mega-Pod: Bob Iger’s Power Grab, SBF’s Scandal, and Elon Musk’s Omnishambles

Derek offers a big-picture explanation for why everything in tech and media—from Elon Musk and Twitter to Bob Iger and Disney—seems to be falling apart at the same time

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Q&A: Shaq on His NBA Beginnings, His Legacy, and Why He’s So Critical of Today’s Players

Ahead of his new docuseries, the Big Film Subject reflects on his journey from an oft-criticized star player to the guy doing the criticizing of players

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Week 12 NFL Power Rankings: Eagles Still at No. 1, but for How Long?

Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs are rolling, but Jalen Hurts has the Eagles on top for at least one more week. Plus: How far did the Vikings fall after that blowout loss to Dallas?

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What Did We Learn From the USA-Wales Game? Everything and Nothing.

The USMNT’s opening draw against Wales confirmed the team is talented, inexperienced, and under the questionable coaching of Gregg Berhalter: in other words, everything we knew already

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MJF’s Time Is Now

Elsewhere, Ricochet and Mustafa Ali face off in the SmackDown World Cup while Kairi and Mayu Iwatani battle for the IWGP Women’s title

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Bob Iger Is Back at Disney

There’s no debate that the legendary leader’s return to the House of Mouse two years after retiring is surprising. What’s less certain is what happens next.

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Did the Jets, Vikings, and Giants Get Exposed on Sunday, or Do They Still Have Something Left?

The NFL’s three surprise contenders came into this week in prime position to make the playoffs. But after Sunday, they appear much more mortal. Were the losses proof that skeptics were right? Or can these teams bounce back?

Head of the Table: The Inside Story on How Roman Reigns Forced the Wrestling World to Acknowledge Him

Unpacking the creation of pro wrestling’s no. 1 kaiju, current Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns

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Can the Nets Overcome … Themselves?

If Brooklyn can get out of its own way—and that’s a Barclays Center–sized if—it has a chance to be a pretty good basketball team. But neither KD nor Kyrie is the team’s biggest on-court variable.

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We Are Watching Shai Gilgeous-Alexander Make the Leap

The guard is making the Oklahoma City Thunder into improbable appointment viewing

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Farewell, ‘The Walking Dead.’ Your Zombies Were Too Slow.

AMC’s old zombies are learning new tricks, but maybe the monsters should have run before they walked