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Published: Tue, 23 May 2017 21:35:09 GMT


Nashville Predators? In the Stanley Cup Finals? | John Smallwood
Nashville has been an NHL city since only the 1998-99 season. Flyers fans deserve better, somehow.

What will be the legacy of LeBron James? | John Smallwood
James is 3-4 in seven trips to the NBA Finals. Oh, and Cleveland still needs to beat Boston in the Eastern Conference finals.

Union now poised to make noise in MLS | John Smallwood
Riding a four-game winning streak, the Union is showing that it’s not the same team that started the season with an eight-game winless streak.

Rebuilding through draft will take Sixers only so far | John Smallwood
To get significantly better, the Sixers have to consider trades and free agents.

Celtics well-positioned for future | John Smallwood
Sixers might be hard-pressed to catch Boston, given the Celtics’ progression.

FIFA makes smart choice to fast-track 2026 U.S. World Cup bid | John Smallwood
The move all but guarantees that the joint bid by the United States, Mexico and Canada to host in 2026 will be accepted.

Instead of Kyle Lowry, how about these guys for the 76ers? | John Smallwood
The Toronto star has Philly ties, but he might not fit the needs of the 76ers like other free agents.

Cavs and Warriors could play in the first rubber match in NBA Finals history | John Smallwood
If the defending champion Cavaliers meet the Warriors, who won it all in 2016, it will be the first time in league history that the same two teams have met for the title in three consecutive years.

Union hasn't turned corner, but it's a start | John Smallwood
The team's first victory since August gives some credibility to its optimism.