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Vin Baker's Training To Manage A Starbucks

Vin Baker had a lengthy career in the NBA, but financially, he has nothing to show for it. Because of alcoholism, bad investments, and friends and family using him, Baker ended up in the gutter with almost no money. The current-day Baker is in better shape; the Providence Journal found him training to become a manager… » 7/29/15 1:55pm Yesterday 1:55pm

Jim Tomsula's Life Has Been Extraordinarily Depressing

You know Jim Tomsula. You just do. He’s the guy with life lessons to impart to you from his time as a Fuller Brush salesman, opinions on what makes a particular highway overpass a good sleeping one, recommendations on how to cook with Sterno, and reasons why you should shop at the dented-can store, because the damage… » 7/22/15 3:11pm 7/22/15 3:11pm

Report: NFLPA Is Ready To Charge Cowboys And Broncos With Collusion

The Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos have yet to sign their respective star receivers—Dez Bryant and Demaryius Thomas—to longterm deals, and the deadline to do so is this Wednesday. According to an ESPN report, if Thomas and Bryant don’t get new deals by the deadline, the players’ union will bring a collusion case… » 7/14/15 12:52pm 7/14/15 12:52pm

MLS Will Ride The USWNT's Coattails By Having Floats In Victory Parade

If the TV ratings for the USWNT’s obliteration of Japan in the 2015 Women’s World Cup final—it was the most-watched soccer game in U.S. history—stood for anything, it’s that Americans will support the sporting greatness of our own unreservedly. Unfortunately, the vultures in charge of the inferior soccer product MLS… » 7/09/15 2:49pm 7/09/15 2:49pm

Report: DeAndre Jordan Was Sick And Tired Of Chris Paul

DeAndre Jordan signed a four-year, $80 million contract with the Dallas Mavericks over the weekend, ditching a playoff team for one that’s basically turning over its entire roster. That may seem like a strange decision, but Jordan will have two things going for him in Dallas—a more prominent role in the offense, and a… » 7/06/15 11:07am 7/06/15 11:07am

Spain Files Legal Appeal Against Qatar's Winter World Cup

Before Swiss agents rolled up on Zurich’s Baur au Lac hotel, snatched a handful of top FIFA execs, and put in motion the series of events that would culminate in their president’s resignation, soccer’s governing body seemed pretty much omnipotent. That day has changed, thankfully, and people are making moves. » 6/29/15 4:08pm 6/29/15 4:08pm