Kawhi Leonard relentlessly booed by Spurs fans as Raptors routed – ESPN
In his first game back in San Antonio since the Spurs traded him to the Toronto Raptors last summer, Leonard and the Raptors were routed 125-107 in a game that was even less competitive than the final score indicated.
Amy Trask joined Ben & Woods: “Playing In Baltimore Is Going To Be A Tremendous Challenge For The Chargers”
CBS analyst Amy Trask gives a full preview of the NFL playoffs, including her analysis of the Chargers-Ravens game. Plus, why the Steelers might have violated league rules amidst the Antonio Brown drama and more.
Jarret Johnson joined Darren Smith: On Weddle Impact & What Ravens Did Well In Win Over The Chargers
Ravens analyst and former Charger Jarret Johnson discussed Eric Weddle’s impact on the organization, what the Ravens did successfully in their win against the Chargers, the Rivers-Weddle familiarity and the continued success of rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson.
Did Smith-Schuster’s Team MVP Set Off Antonio Brown? And How Should the Steelers Handle Him? – Sports Illustrated
Pittsburgh’s All-Pro wideout reportedly was unhappy that JuJu Smith-Schuster was voted the team’s most valuable player, leading to the blow-up that ultimately saw Brown sidelined for the finale against Cincinnati. Now the Steelers, who have thrived with big personalities, must decide what to do about another problematic star.
Domestic violence charge against Reuben Foster is dropped – ESPN
The State Attorney’s Office in Florida has dropped a misdemeanor domestic violence charge against Washington Redskins linebacker Reuben Foster, according to Hillsborough County court records.
Clemson’s Dexter Lawrence, two others to miss national championship game against Alabama – USA Today
Dexter Lawrence’s season ended abruptly on Dec. 20 after a failed drug test. Lawrence, formerly a starting tackle and central cog in Clemson’s exceptional defensive front, Zach Giella, a backup offensive lineman, and Braden Galloway, a freshman tight end, were disqualified from the Cotton Bowl on Dec. 29. Clemson athletic director Dan Radakovich announced Thursday afternoon that those three players will also miss the College Football Playoff national championship game.
Tony Gonzalez, Ed Reed headline Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 15 finalists – USA Today
Fifteen modern-era finalists were announced on Thursday, less than one month until this year’s group is revealed.
Scott Kaplan SOLO Podcast 2019 Vol. 46 – Eric Spitz
One year after the legalization of cannabis in California, CEO of C4 Distro, Eric Spitz, explains what that first year meant to the industry. Eric has over 20 years executive experience launching and managing businesses in new and complex industries.