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  • Bill Walton already in mid-season form on White Sox broadcast

    The Chicago White Sox added Bill Walton to their broadcast booth Friday night, and he brought his usual flare in broadcast fashion.
  • Antonio Brown won’t wear helmet at work because his helmet doesn’t work

    Antonio Brown is becoming a big problem for the Oakland Raiders, literally from head to toe. He won't play if forced to wear a new style of helmet.
  • Michigan State’s new uniforms have people washing their eyes out

    Michigan State's new alternate uniform for the 2019 college football season has people on Twitter talking about the new design.
  • Cardinals coach Kingsbury wants his Madden ‘looks rating’ improved

    Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury doesn't play Madden, but he's not pleased with his 'Walking Dead' appearance. He wants it fixed.
  • Cardinals’ sideline fruit cart steals the show at training camp

    Everyone knew there'd be something new and exciting at Cardinals training camp. Little did we knew it'd be the fruit cart.
  • Watch N’Keal Harry find out in real time Pats vets are ready to cut his hair

    N"Keal Harry thought Tom Brady was joking when he said he was going to get Harry's hair chopped off. Turns out the rookie has a lot to learn.
  • ‘Age Challenge’ shows what Father Time has in store for sports world

    FaceApp's "age" filter has taken the world by storm, showing what some of the world's best athletes might look like in their old age.
  • Jared Dudley’s request for a Lakers jersey edit goes very wrong

    Jared Dudley is struggling to find a jersey number and struggled to get a sick PhotoShop edit of him wearing a Los Angeles Lakers jersey.
  • Tim Locastro channels inner Happy Gilmore ahead of D-backs’ second half

    Diamondbacks outfielder Tim Locastro -- with help from Blake Swihart and Darnell Coles -- reenacted a scene from the Adam Sandler movie Happy Gilmore.
  • 98.7 FM’s Max Starks attacks an impromptu hot dog eating challenge

    Five days after Joey Chesnut downed 71 hot dogs to win the annual Nathan's Famous Fourth of July hot dog competition, it became Max Starks' turn.