Maybe, just maybe, Georgetown might wind up being alright anyway

Georgetown hasn't beaten anybody and that's OK

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The Hoyas have taken a beating from pundits, particularly NCAA tournament prediction analysts, since they released their nonconference schedule in its entirety in mid-September.

he is slated to miss games at Houston on Dec. 20, at Houston again on Dec. 31 and at Minnesota on Jan. 1

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope to miss three road games as part of plea deal

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Kentavious Caldwell-Pope says he will not be able to play in three Los Angeles Lakers road games outside California in the next few weeks due to a modified 25-day restriction stemming from a plea agreement he reached on a misdemeanor offense while with the Detroit Pistons.

Joe Frisaro of MLB.com provided the details on what Miami is receiving

Dee Gordon Reportedly Traded to Mariners, Will Move to CF

bleacherreport.com • Sports

For the second time in his career, Dee Gordon finds himself on the move after the Miami Marlins reportedly shipped the two-time All-Star to the Seattle Mariners on Thursday.

That version of KD still exists

Kevin Durant pulls out 'bag of tricks' to remind everyone Thunder KD still exists

sportingnews.com • Sports

Back in late December of 2013, Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook underwent arthroscopic knee surgery, forcing him to miss a sizable portion of Oklahoma City's January and February slate of games. That put Kevin Durant squarely in the spotlight, and he delivered with arguably the best stretch of his career.

ESPN management did not picking up the contract for what she termed her "dream job."

ESPN's Sarina Morales on losing dream job: 'It really broke my heart'

sportingnews.com • Sports

The happiest moment of Sarina Morales' life turned to ashes one day at ESPN this fall. After climbing from the streets and baseball fields of the Bronx to co-anchor "SportsCenter:AM," Morales was proudly showing her father, Angel, around the hallowed halls of the Worldwide Leader in Sports.

Sometimes you've gotta call home before you can get real

Key to Brazil's World Cup Isn't Neymar

espn.com • Sports

Gabriel Jesus started from the top; now he's here: a Brazilian scoring machine with more to prove than Neymar himself. Can this 20-year-old live up to the mega-hype?

LeBron James knew Simmons was going to be special

LeBron James knew 76ers rookie Ben Simmons could be better than him

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Ben Simmons is looking like everything he was advertised to be as he is averaging 18.7 points, 9.5 rebounds and 7.2 assists just 20 games into his young career. It was a consensus he would be the No. 1 pick in 2016 and go on to be a star in a short time.

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