The Houston Astros have one of baseball’s most powerful offenses in 2019, and one stat shows they might have one of the best lineups ever.
Kyrie Irving is one of the top NBA free agents in 2019, and while every team can make him an offer, five have the best odds to sign him.
Kyler Murray is under six feet tall and was the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft, which proves height isn’t a deal-breaker for pro quarterbacks.
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The Toronto Raptors and Milwaukee Bucks face off in the Eastern Conference finals of the NBA playoffs for the right to play against Portland or Golden State for the NBA championship. Kawhi Leonard hit a series-winning buzzer-beating shot against the 76ers in Game 7 of the semifinals that will go down in Raptors basketball history. …