Sports

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There is no more wondering what live sports without fans will look like. This weekend gave us golf, auto racing and German soccer on national TV, and wrapped up nicely with the finale of the Michael Jordan documentary. Here are the five big takeaways from the weekend in sports. 

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There comes a time in many of our lives when we look at our own reflection and don’t like what we see. Do you do something about it, or sit there and feel sorry for yourself? The Arizona Cardinals appear to be the former, and that’s a major part of our five big takeaways from the weekend in sports. 1. Arizona Cardinals address their biggest needs. General manager Steve Keim used more than half of...

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For the first time since the world of spectator sports came to full-stop in March, for one weekend at least, it felt like a triumphant return for die-hard fans. Catch the highlights in today’s Monday High-Five, the top 5 sports stories from the weekend that people are talking about. No. 1 – THE LAST DANCE It had the hype of a national championship game or a game 7 – and it delivered. The ESPN 10-part...

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Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim makes himself available to the media before the NFL draft every year, but Wednesday’s conference was wildly different. On a Zoom video conference with multiple reporters, Keim opened up on the challenges of working remotely and was less forthcoming on potential prospects he wants at No. 8 overall in the draft next Thursday night. Here are our top 5 takeaways from the presser. DON’T OVERTHINK THE PICK. Keim admits he’s...

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