February 4, 2023

Author: D'Juan Hines

Brooklyn Nets officially name Jacque Vaughn head coach
Basketball

Brooklyn Nets officially name Jacque Vaughn head coach

The Brooklyn Nets named Jacque Vaughn their head coach on Wednesday, quashing reports that the franchise planned to hire suspended Boston Celtics coach Ime Udoka as Steve Nash’s replacement. Vaughn, a Nets assistant since 2016, was named acting head coach after the Nets parted ways with Nash following a 2-5 start and amid franchise chaos […]

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The Lakers Can’t Seem to Make a 3-Pointer
Basketball

The Lakers Can’t Seem to Make a 3-Pointer

Russell Westbrook is getting most of the heat, but the Lakers’ problem is its roster. As Lakers guard Russell Westbrook went up for a 3-pointer against the Clippers, his home crowd groaned before the ball even left his hand. The shot clanked off the rim, justifying the fans’ apprehension. Westbrook missed all six of his […]

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An F1 Driver Is Not Alone in the Cockpit
Formula 1

An F1 Driver Is Not Alone in the Cockpit

He’s loaded with equipment, like a biometric sensor and fire-resistant overalls, to keep him safe, but please, no jewelry. When a Formula 1 driver settles into his car, he is loaded with equipment. Most of it is required and designed under rules set by the F.I.A., the sport’s governing body — even their underwear. Safety […]

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Which F1 drivers have won F2? Full list of F2 and F3 champions
Formula 1

Which F1 drivers have won F2? Full list of F2 and F3 champions

In recent years, the transition from F2 to Formula One has been a driver’s best option in terms of breaking into the elite level of motorsport racing. From Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc to Mercedes’ George Russell, a plethora of now famous F1 drivers have made the leap from F2 before. In fact since 2017, 12 drivers […]

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Aaron Judge Joins a Pinstriped-Only Party of Three
Football

Aaron Judge Joins a Pinstriped-Only Party of Three

Judge joining Roger Maris and Babe Ruth as the only A.L. players with 60-homer seasons showed once again that no team does big moments quite like the Yankees. It was one of those nights, the kind that reminds you of the fundamental rule of the last baseball century: There are the Yankees, and then there […]

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