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Edmonton Oilers star Connor McDavid will have further testing on his injured quad on Tuesday and is expected to rejoin the team in Edmonton in the next 2-3 days, according to TSN's Ryan Rishaug. McDavid has been rehabbing the injury in Toronto during the team's three-game road trip, which ends Sunday in Carolina.Jones Jr., Adebayo, Hield winners at epic All-Star Saturday From bench mob to All-Star: Pascal Siakam's meteoric rise NBA names All-Star MVP award after Kobe NBA All-Star Saturday night live blog Silver: NBA could still play in China in 2020 Bryant casts shadow as NBA's best meet in All-Star Game Lowry: 'This weekend is about having fun' Trail Blazers' Lillard using break to treat groin injury All-Star notes: Africa unveils teams, LeBron brings students Lakers' Davis back in hometown for All-Star Game Report: Clips to work out T-Wolves' Turner Bridges leads U.S. over World in Rising Stars Challenge Fittingly, Siakam will share first all-star experience with Lowry Chicago 1988: Arthur reflects on one of the greatest All-Star weekends in NBA history Bryant, Duncan, Garnett headline finalists for Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2020 A look back at the first half of the NBA season Must See: Breaker of rims - Zion damages hoop with powerful dunk Must See: Doncic drills halfcourt buzzer-beater before half, Young can't believe it Must See: Bridges goes off backboard to himself for spectacular slam Must See: Morant dazzles with between-the-legs pass to set up Zion slam Read more: TSN
Great for the league, great for the team!
Edmonton Eskimos to retain name, increase engagement with Inuit communities - TSN.caThe Edmonton Eskimos announced Friday the team will be retaining its name after a year-long 'research and engagement program' found no consensus to support a change. The team also announced it will be increasing its engagement with Canada's Inuit communities following the program.
Adam Larsson scores first goal in a year as Edmonton Oilers beat Florida Panthers - TSN.caAdam Larsson scored his first goal since last February, Leon Draisaitl added an insurance goal seconds into the third period and the Edmonton Oilers beat the Florida Panthers 4-1 Saturday night.
Report: FC Cincinnati coach Ron Jans uses racial slur in front of team - TSN.caMultiple sources tell The Athletic's Sam Stejskal that FC Cincinnati head coach Ron Jans used the n-word in front of his players at practice this week. Named manager of the club last August, Jans was reportedly quoting a song lyrics when he uttered the word. Oh no... some cracker used a racial slur. Fire his ass, there’s no freaking place for that crap!! Fire his cracker ass for singing a song that can be heard on the radio! I am outraged.
All-Star notes: Africa unveils teams, LeBron James brings students - TSN.caThe NBA-backed Basketball Africa League on Saturday announced the 12 teams that will compete in the inaugural season.
After speaking with Inuit, Edmonton Eskimos football team decides to keep name unchanged‘There were a range of views regarding the club’s name but no consensus emerged to support a name change,’ the CFL club said in a release Good! It's a great name and is meant to honour, not discriminate. I think its a proud name and never once in my 49 years has anyone ever made any derogatory comment regarding the team name or the Inuit people or culture. I'm sure someone in the rent-a-demo misfit crowd will be outraged.
NASCAR season kicks off with wide open Daytona 500 on TSN - TSN.caThe first four events leading into the Daytona 500 have produced four different winners. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. put his new team on the pole, while Erik Jones outlasted a crash-fest to win a qualifying race. Joey Logano and William Byron won the qualifying races. Speed kills!