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Reports: NBA lottery reform falls short of passing

The proposed changes to the NBA's draft lottery format to more evenly distribute the odds among the 14 non-playoff teams failed to get enough votes, according to multiple reports Wednesday.

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NASCAR Driver Capsules, Oct. 22

Capsules for the eight drivers remaining in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.

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NHL

Leafs-Sens game postponed after Ottawa shootings

The NHL postponed the game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa Senators after a series of shootings in downtown Ottawa on Wednesday.

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Serena Williams suffers worst loss in 16 years

Simona Halep battered Serena Williams 6-0 6-2 on Wednesday at the WTA Finals in Singapore to leave the two-time defending champion in danger of being eliminated in the group stage.

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Chiefs' Charles wanted to avoid concussion protocol

Kansas Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles, who was involved in a violent collision with San Diego Chargers cornerback Brandon Flowers while scoring a touchdown but stayed in Sunday's game, now admits that maybe he was dealing with symptoms of a…

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McConaughey blitzed for views on Redskins

Are your ears burning, Matthew McConaughey? Perhaps a particular shade of ... red?

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Thunder in Westbrook's hands as Durant mends

Kevin Durant will not rush back from surgery to repair a Jones fracture in his right foot.

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NFL

Patriots officially acquire LB Ayers

The New England Patriots officially acquired linebacker Akeem Ayers on Wednesday in a trade with the Tennessee Titans.

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Dallas Cowboys waive Sam

Michael Sam, who first made headlines earlier this year as the first openly gay NFL player, as of Tuesday afternoon is no longer an NFL player.

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Keselowski will take wins over popularity

If his racing career boiled down to a choice between success and popularity, Brad Keselowski would choose success every time.

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