Should Shohei Ohtani pitch again this season?

Los Angeles Angels' two-way rookie Shohei Ohtani threw a simulated game, bringing him closer to a return to the mound. Ohtani has been crushing balls at the plate. Having Ohtani pitch would let him pursue a Rookie of the Year award, which would be a highlight for him and the team. Still, the Angels are practically out of the playoff race and putting undue stress on him would only risk more...
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Jake Paul vs. Chris Brown: Who would win in a fight?

YouTube star Jake Paul was feeling himself after beating Deji in the boxing ring, challenging R&B-pop star Chris Brown to a fight. Jake Paul dominated Deji and proved he could win in a brawl. However, Brown's dad was a corrections officer. He definitely learned how to defend himself. What do you think? 🥊
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Should the WWE invest more in Kevin Owens?

A despondent Kevin Owens sat in the middle of the WWE ring on Monday Night Raw and simply stated he quit. What that means is left to be seen, but many fans of professional wrestling want to see Owens get rewarded for his thankless work with a highly-coveted belt. Others think Owens is right where he needs to be, being a heel that feuds with big stars. What do you think? 🤼
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Who's really worth $20 million per year: Odell Beckham Jr. or Antonio Brown?

The New York Giants made Odell Beckham Jr. the highest paid wide receiver in the league, paying him an average of $20 million per year in the first three years of his extension, starting in 2019. Some feel Beckham deserves to the be the highest paid receiver because he is the fastest player to 200 receptions and 3,000 yards in NFL history. Others think Antonio Brown deserves it more since he...
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Is Manu Ginobili a Hall of Famer?

After 16 years, San Antonio Spurs legend Manu Ginobili is calling it a career. The iconic Argentine baller has four NBA championships, an Olympic gold medal and a sixth man of the year award in his trophy case and some consider him a Hall of Famer for his production, competitive fire and help to grow the game. Others respect Ginobili's career but feel he is not Hall of Fame worthy. What do you...
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Who should win the NL Cy Young: Max Scherzer or Jacob deGrom?

The National League Cy Young race has some horses, but two pitchers have separated themselves as the favorites to win the coveted award. Max Scherzer is having another fine season for the Nationals and has the numbers to win the award for the third straight year. However, the Mets' Jacob deGrom has been getting plenty of sympathy for getting very little run support and still posting the best ERA...
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Will Tiger Woods win the FedEx Cup?

Tiger Woods is competing in the FedEx Cup Playoffs, a competition he has already won twice in his legendary career. Woods has shown he can compete with the best golfers all year and will show it again with by hoisting the trophy. However, he is starting as the 20th seed and has a lot of stiff competition on the top of the leaderboard. He won't be able to overcome those obstacles. What do you...
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Is the French Open racist?

The French Open announced it was banning Serena Williams' skin-tight, catsuit from future competitions. In addition to being drug tested more than any other American woman, this is just the latest slight Williams has had to endure. Some feel Williams is being treated unfairly because of her skin color; other women have worn similar outfits with no problem. Still, the French Open can make any rule...
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Should the NBA shorten the shot clock after an offensive rebound?

The proposal to change the shot-clock rule is gaining steam in the NBA. The new rule would see the shot clock reset to 14 seconds, instead of 24 seconds, after an offensive rebound. Some welcome the rule change because it would result in more possessions and has already worked at the FIBA level. Others think the rule is unfair to players willing to rebound the ball on the offensive end. Those...
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8 or 24: Who was the better Kobe Bryant?

NBA legend Kobe Bryant turned 40 years old and fans are celebrating the life-long Laker's career. Both No. 8 or No. 24 are close to Lakers fans' hearts, with each number representing different eras of his Hall of Fame career. When Bryant wore No. 8, he won three championships and scored 81 points. Donning No. 24, the Black Mamba won two more championships and two NBA Finals MVPs. Which Kobe era...
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