What are the chances Duke gets Trevor Keels back next season?

What are the chances Duke gets Trevor Keels back next season?

DURHAM, N.C. — Things are happening. All the things, actually. Jon Scheyer is still in his first month as Duke's head coach, but he's already had plenty to do since taking over for the now-retired Mike Krzyzewski. That includes the ongoing process of filling out his staff — there's still one assistant coaching vacancy — and settling his first roster. Only, after five Duke players announced they were entering the NBA Draft last week, maybe 'settled' isn't the best word for where the Blue Devils stand.
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Former Boston College guard Brevin Galloway chooses Clemson over USC

Former Boston College guard Brevin Galloway chooses Clemson over USC

The hometown kid is back. Brevin Galloway committed to Clemson on Tuesday evening. The brother of former Tigers tight end Braden Galloway, the Seneca High School graduate had narrowed down his schools to Clemson and rival South Carolina before choosing the Tigers' program. Adding another guard is crucial for Tigers head coach Brad Brownell, who lost two of its most experienced guards in Al-Amir Dawes and Nick Honor to the transfer portal. It looked like Clemson had added Jaelin Llewellyn, but the former Princeton guard decommitted on April 19, six days after he gave his verbal pledge.
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Yankees were fined $100,000 for improper use of dugout phone

Yankees were fined $100,000 for improper use of dugout phone

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Yankees were fined $100,000 by baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred for using their dugout phone to relay information about opposing teams' signs during the 2015 season and part of 2016.The fine was disclosed in a Sept. 14, 2017, letter from Manfred to Yankees general manager Brian Cashman that is set to be unsealed in U.S. District Court in New York this week as part of a dismissed lawsuit by a fan. The letter's contents were first reported Tuesday by SNY and the letter was obtained by The Associated Press.
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Yankees were fined $100,000 for improper use of dugout phone

Yankees were fined $100,000 for improper use of dugout phone

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Yankees were fined $100,000 by baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred for using their dugout phone to relay information about opposing teams' signs during the 2015 season and part of 2016.The fine was disclosed in a Sept. 14, 2017, letter from Manfred to Yankees general manager Brian Cashman that is set to be unsealed in U.S. District Court in New York this week as part of a dismissed lawsuit by a fan. The letter's contents were first reported Tuesday by SNY and the letter was obtained by The Associated Press.
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Gaudreau? Matthews? Shesterkin? NHL MVP race at least 7 deep

Gaudreau? Matthews? Shesterkin? NHL MVP race at least 7 deep

1of7Florida Panthers left wing Jonathan Huberdeau (11) sets up a shot to score a goal against Anaheim Ducks goaltender John Gibson during overtime in an NHL hockey game, Tuesday, April 12, 2022, in Sunrise, Fla. The Panthers won 3-2.Lynne Sladky/APShow MoreShow Less 2of7Calgary Flames left wing Johnny Gaudreau (13) looks to pass the puck against the Chicago Blackhawks during the first period of an NHL hockey game, Monday, April 18, 2022, in Chicago.Kamil Krzaczynski/APShow MoreShow Less 3of7New York Rangers goaltender Igor Shesterkin (31) stops an attempt on goal during second period of NHL hockey game, Saturday April 16, 2022, in New York.
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MLB: One Man’s Trash… (Week 3)

MLB: One Man’s Trash… (Week 3)

During the season, I'm going to look at some of the players being dropped by fantasy managers to see if their decisions were a little brash. Especially this early in the season with player evaluations up in the air, some of the players dropped will provide fantasy value going forward. Someone who will remain nameless decided it was a good idea to drop Robbie Ray and Tyler O'Neill last year in the first couple of weeks.The players I'm looking at this week are a mix of immediate adds and those who are just a tweak or two away from taking a step forward.
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Judge throws out sex abuse suit vs. ex-hockey coach Adrahtas

Judge throws out sex abuse suit vs. ex-hockey coach Adrahtas

FARGO, N.D. (AP) — A federal judge in Minnesota on Tuesday threw out a lawsuit by eight former hockey players alleging sexual abuse by a college and youth coach in the 1980s, suggesting in the order that the case might be better served in state courts.The plaintiffs have accused Thomas 'Chico' Adrahtas of repeated sexual assault, abuse, molestation and harassment while they played on his teams at various levels of the sport. Many of the accusers, all male, were minors at the time. The defendants in the lawsuit are Adrahtas, the University of Minnesota, USA Hockey and the Amateur Hockey Association Illinois.
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