CBS All Access is the new home of the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League as play resumes this month. The Europa League picks up right where it left off with four great matchups on Wednesday and Thursday, respectively. Overall, we’re slated for 15 matches as we build up to the big final on Aug. 21 in Germany.
You will find a complete look at the schedule for the rest of the tournament by clicking here. You can stream every match on CBS All Access. Sign up now and enjoy one month of CBS All Access for free ahead of the opening match.
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Beverley, who started the game, left with 3 minutes, 54 seconds remaining in the first quarter with what the team called soreness in the calf. He was listed as questionable to return before being ruled out in the third quarter.
“I don’t think it’s bad,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said after the Suns stunned the Clippers 117-115 on Devin Booker‘s buzzer-beater. “We’re going to be very cautious, I can tell you that.”
Beverley had four points and two rebounds in his third game back since leaving the team briefly to tend to an excused family emergency. His injury comes as the Clippers were getting closer to being whole. Lou Williams rejoined the team for his NBA
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Rondo will travel to Florida on Wednesday, according to Vogel. A league source told ESPN that Rondo would continue his rehabilitation closer to the league’s setup at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
“He’s making his way to Florida tomorrow and will spend a certain period of time outside of the bubble before he’s reintegrated inside of the bubble,” Vogel said.
The 34-year-old point guard discovered the injury after the Lakers’ second practice on July 12 at the outset of training camp for the season restart. He left the team and underwent successful surgery July 16 and the team projected a six-to-eight-week timeline for recovery.
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WNBA players are wearing “Vote Warnock” T-shirts to games this week to support Rev. Raphael Warnock, who is challenging Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) for her Senate seat.
Last month Loeffler wrote a letter to WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert objecting to the league’s promotion of Black Lives Matter — which is painted on the courts at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, where the league is holding its return — and instead advocating for teams to add American flags to jerseys.
Elizabeth Williams, a forward on the Atlanta Dream, told ESPN that the league’s executive committee began exploring the shirt idea as a response to Sen. Loeffler’s statements, because “for effective change to happen, there has to be policy changes. And so if we’re going to sit here and talk about wanting justice reform, part of that is making sure that we have officials in
With NFL training camps opening, players have a difficult decision to make: prepare for the 2020 season or opt out.
The NFL Players Association and the league reached an agreement that allows players to sit out the season amid concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. Players who qualify as a high-risk opt-out — those who have been diagnosed with a condition from a modified list of the Centers for Disease Control risk factors list — can receive a $350,000 stipend that will not count against future earnings. Players who otherwise voluntarily opt out can receive $150,000 as a salary advance on their existing contracts.
For both groups, their contracts will toll to the next year.
Here are the NFL players who currently plan to sit out the upcoming season:
OT Marcus Gilbert
OT Andre Smith, WR/KR De’Anthony Thomas
CB E.J. Gaines, DT Star Lotulelei
LB Jordan Mack, LB Christian Miller
DT Eddie Goldman, S Jordan Lucas
OT Isaiah Prince, DT Josh Tupou
DT Andrew Billings, OT Drake Dorbeck, OT Drew Forbes, OG Colby Gossett
CB Maurice Canady, WR Stephen Guidry, FB Jamize Olawale
OT Ja’Wuan James, DT Kyle Peko
WR Geronimo Allison, DT John Atkins
Green Bay Packers
DT Eddie Vanderdoes
LB Skai Moore
Las Vegas Raiders
LB Ukeme Eligwe, DB D.J. Killings, DE Jeremiah Valoaga
Los Angeles Rams
G Chandler Brewer
DE Lerentee McCray, DT Al Woods
Kansas City Chiefs
WR Allen Hurns
DT Michael Pierce
New England Patriots
New Orleans Saints
TE Jason Vander Laan, TE Cole Wick
New York Giants
OT Nate Solder, WR Da’Mari Scott
New York Jets
C Leo Koloamatangi, LB C.J. Mosley
WR Marquise Goodwin
G Chance Warmack
OT Anthony McKinney
Washington Football Team
DE Caleb Brantley, LB Josh Harvey-Clemons
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The Brooklyn Nets just shocked the bubble with the largest NBA upset point spread-wise since 1993.
The Nets, who closed as consensus 19-point underdogs, defeated the Milwaukee Bucks 119-116 on Tuesday in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. According to ESPN Stats & Information research, it’s the largest upset point spreadwise since the Dallas Mavericks beat the Seattle Supersonics as 19.5-point underdogs on April 4, 1993.
The Bucks were looking to lock up the No. 1 overall seed in the playoffs but still elected to rest some starters down the stretch against a depleted Brooklyn roster.
In addition to injured stars Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant, Spencer Dinwiddie, DeAndre Jordan and Taurean Prince each opted out of the conclusion of the season due to the coronavirus pandemic, and likely would-be starters Joe Harris, Jarrett Allen and Caris LeVert were ruled out ahead of Tuesday’s matinee.
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The reigning Sixth Man of the Year spoke for the first time since emerging out of a 10-day quarantine for visiting what he says is one of his favorite places to eat, Magic City in Atlanta, during his excused family emergency absence while outside the NBA bubble in Orlando, Florida.
“In hindsight, I think as far as the public safety issue goes, I probably could have made a better-quality decision,” Williams said after finishing with seven points, six assists and six rebounds against the Phoenix Suns in in his first game out of quarantine. “I was a little naïve in that aspect. I went somewhere after a viewing of somebody I
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Jamal Crawford finally made his long-awaited debut for the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday, but he had to leave the 119-116 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks after just six minutes of play because of a strained left hamstring.
Crawford injured the hamstring in the second quarter and never returned to the game. It is unclear how long he will have to miss because of the injury. Nets interim coach Jacque Vaughn wasn’t sure if Crawford would need an MRI.
“We’ll get him diagnosed and see what happens from there,” Vaughn said.
Crawford, 40, signed with the Nets last month after the organization dealt with a slew of injuries and positive tests for the coronavirus. He had been held out of the Nets’ first two bubble games in Orlando, Florida, as Vaughn wanted Crawford to build up his conditioning after being out of the league since April 2019.