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Thirteen minutes before the draft, Laremy Tunsil's Twitter account was reportedly hacked and a video of Tunsil smoking surfaced. The drama didn't end there, as the 13th pick dominated the headlines on draft night.
Buster Olney reacts to Dee Gordon's suspension for 80 games after PEDs violation and talks about how the Marlins move forward.
Check out the numbers behind how similar Jared Goff, Carson Wentz, Ezekiel Elliot, Laremy Tunsil, Keanu Neal and Laquon Treadwell are to some of the NFL's superstars.
31 Minutes ago
Mark Dominik, Tedy Bruschi and Tim Hasselbeck explain why a team may take a risk and draft Myles Jack in the second round.
9 Hours ago
Eduardo Perez looks at the hole the Marlins now face with Dee Gordon being suspended 80 games for PED use and who the team will need to step up during that stretch.
3 Hours ago
Mazda top play goes to Celtics Jae Crowder for slamming down a one-handed dunk while being defended by four Hawks in the box.
15 Hours ago
With the game tied at 0-0 and the bases loaded in the eighth, Bryce Harper strikes out on three pitches ruining a golden opportunity for the Nationals to go ahead.
11 Hours ago
Brandon Drury takes Michael Wacha's pitch and absolutely crushes it into the upper deck in left field for the monstrous solo home run. The Diamondbacks go up 3-0.
12 Hours ago
The Hawks get their first postseason win in Boston since 1988, finishing off the Celtics 104-92, for a 4-2 series victory.
Ed Werder explains that the Cowboys drafted Ezekiel Elliott to get back to playing physical football and that Elliott was the No. 1 rated player on Dallas' draft board.
Ed Werder explains why the Cowboys were trying to get another pick in the first round to draft quarterback Paxton Lynch.
Brendan Haywood compares this year's Hawks with last year's team and feels they will have trouble getting one win against Cavaliers in their upcoming series.
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