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Way too early NBA League Pass rankings ahead of the 2021-22 season | NBA.com Australia

With the dust settled on NBA free agency and rosters begining to take shape ahead of the 2020-21 season…………

When it comes to NBA League Pass, we’re not talking the best teams or the teams likely to win the title, but the team’s you have to make sure you tune in for next season for one reason or another. 

With out further ado, it’s time for our way tooo early League pass ranking for the 2021-22 season. 

1. Brooklyn Nets


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You might not actually need League Pass to see plenty of the Nets, with the superstar filled roster set to become a feature on National TV.

Much of the intrigue obviously surrounds Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden, with the trio hardly able to stay on the floor last season.

One of the championship favourites heading into the season, will Brooklyn stay healthy enough to advance beyond

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Madden NFL 22 ratings and rankings

Training camps begin for all 32 NFL teams this week, which means Madden NFL 22 season is almost upon us. This year’s version of the video game will be released worldwide on Aug. 20.

Who will join the 99 Club after five made it last year? Those players will be revealed during Get Up on ESPN each morning this week, and the top 10 players from several positions will be discussed daily on First Take, SportsCenter and NFL Live. Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes will share the cover of Madden NFL 22.

Throughout the week, we’ll take a look at some of the top-rated receivers, running backs, quarterbacks, defensive linemen and defensive backs in the game. On Friday at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN, check out the SportsCenter special breaking down the ratings process, with Louis Riddick and Mina Kimes interviewing players and revealing additional ratings.

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How Red Sox are finding motivation in weekly MLB Power Rankings

Tomase: Red Sox’ latest form of motivation appears to be working originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

Baseball teams can find motivation under any rock or behind any tree. Maybe it’s a quote in the paper. Maybe it’s a SportsCenter segment. Maybe it’s a talk radio scorcher.

Or if you’re the 2021 Red Sox, maybe it’s the MLB.com power rankings.

Before the Red Sox faced the Mets and right-hander Jacob deGrom, aka The Best Pitcher on Earth, on Wednesday, manager Alex Cora was joking around with shortstop Xander Bogaerts.

“We beat this guy,” Cora told him, “we might be No. 1 in the nation.”

It turns out that to the list of idiosyncrasies that already includes tunnel time in the home run laundry cart and waving into the dugout like exuberant middle schoolers, the Red Sox can add a college-style infatuation with their national ranking.

The Red Sox opened

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Week 5 Takeaways + Updated Rankings (2020-21 Fantasy Basketball)

With Week 6 on the horizon, we polled our experts for their biggest takeaways of the last week and what they mean for fantasy basketball. Here are Brad CamaraAlex BurnsAaron LarsonAdam Koffler, and Zak Hanshew with their takeaways and updated Rest of Season rankings.

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My biggest takeaways this week center on some dominant big men. There hasn’t been a more dominant player over the last week than Clint Capela, who’s been tearing opposing defenses to shreds and blocking everything in sight. In four games played in Week 5, the big man averaged a ridiculous 22.0 points, 18.8 boards, and 1.3 steals … to go with an unbelievable 5.5 swats.

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