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  1. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade — who squared off for likely the final time on Monday — had a special partnership, but there was one thing we would have liked to see.
  2. Jason Witten has been linked with a return to the Cowboys. The NFL has a multitude of problems: players committing off-the-field violence, the Oakland Raiders in general and, most worrying of all, the growing realization that the game is inherently dangerous to its participants’ long-term health. It was inevitable that there would be some growing pains over at MNF, as the show replaced the entire booth during the offseason.
  3. Kevin Durant has already called Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan the greatest of all-time. Now, the Warriors star is intensifying the rhetoric. Durant, via Shams Charania of The Athletic: But watching Kobe and Mike, I’m like, ‘How do you not realize how good these dudes are?
  4. That Golden Tate trade looks worse with each passing minute originally appeared on nbcsportsphiladelphia.com Amari Cooper put together an all-time great performance against the Eagles on Sunday and has helped transform the Dallas Cowboys' offense. Golden Tate could barely get on the field. In the biggest game of the season, more than a month after he joined the team, Tate played just 38 percent of the Eagles' offensive snaps.
  5. The Minnesota Vikings were deprived of three points Monday night when Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner apparently used illegal means to block a fourth-quarter field goal attempt. Wagner put his hands on two teammates as he leaped over the offensive linemen en route to swatting down a 47-yard field goal try by Minnesota's Dan Bailey. Former NFL officiating chief Mike Pereira, now a TV analyst for FOX, tweeted, "Lots of talk about the Wagner block.
  6. Freddie Roach has criticised Tyson Fury’s trainer Ben Davison, and claimed that had he been giving the instructions in the corner, the ‘Gypsy King’ may have not only won, but knocked out Deontay Wilder. Roach was brought into Fury’s camp late on, having been training at the hall-of-fame Wildcard Boxing Gym, but assured that Davison, 32 years his junior, would be in charge and the only person giving direct instructions in the corner. Speaking on Fair Game in the US, Roach said that he would have adjusted Fury’s game plan during the fight, having seen the Brit hurt Wilder on a number of occasions.
  7. Warriors' Christmas jerseys have been unveiled, and they're amazing originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com After continuous success, the Warriors deserved to be represented in a special way. The team will sport "Earned Edition 'Town Gold' " uniforms that will debut on Christmas Day. And check them out: The Earned Edition uniforms will be sported by the 16 playoff teams from the 2017-18 season and highlight the team's heritage and current success streak.
  8. Le'Veon Bell continues to snipe at the Steelers with subtle social media digs.
  9. Why ex-Warriors guard Nick Young wasn't worried if NBA team would call originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com When you're Swaggy P, doubts apparently go out the door. The former Warriors guard now is sporting a Denver Nuggets jersey, but it took a while before he got the phone call that an NBA team wanted him again. Nick Young told The Denver Post that it was humbling to see the beginning of the basketball season start while he was watching it from home.
  10. The endless debate about which old school NBA teams would beat this version of the Golden State Warriors is not slowing anytime soon, and Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal thinks his teams that won three straight championship earlier this century would handle the current Warriors dynasty. Last year, Rasheed Wallace said his 2004 Pistons that upset O'Neal's Lakers in the Finals would beat the Warriors. Even Las Vegas got in on the act, saying last season's championship Warriors team would be favored over the 1996 Chicago Bulls team, which won a then-record 72 games in the regular season.