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I am a senior writer at ESPN The Magazine/ and a person on Around the Horn, Sports Reporters, Olbermann, NPR and other things.

New biometric tests invade the NBA — This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's October 27 NBA Preview Issue. Subscribe today! MORE THAN ANY other league in American sports, the NBA is an aspirational technocracy. Adam Silver, its flowchart-savvy new commissioner, travels the country championing analytics and innovation.

pablo torre olbermann monologue - let them rush the court — guest-hosting olbermann 2014 (night #2)

Shelly Sterling, Clippers' No. 1 Fan? — pablo torre - sports reporters 2014

Messi must continue to inspire — BRASILIA, Brazil -- At 11:38 a.m. local time, Lionel Messi walked off Argentina's bus and into the Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha, the perils of his existence thrown into ever sharper relief. It was the morning after Colombian defender Juan Camila Zuniga had fractured the back of Neymar, Messi's Barcelona running mate, knocking the omnipresent face of Brazil out of the World Cup.

Chestnut fails in quest to become hot dog-eating champ — By Pablo S. Torre Joey Chestnut couldn't help himself. On a stage constructed atop the storied corner of Surf and Stillwell Avenues -- by now, a graveyard of hot dog parts and sopping bread -- he hunched over and sat, his stomach stuffed and reeling.

Hey, America, where are you going? — BRASILIA, Brazil -- The following is a transcript of an interview with an embittered American sports fan the day after Belgium knocked the United States out of the World Cup. Remarks may or may not have been lightly edited for length and clarity. Q: Hey, where are you going?

Future of U.S. outshines the present — In the beginning, they were tied together by their shared status as controversial roster choices, despite having little in common other than their American citizenship and a penchant for scoring goals. In the end, their clearly divergent paths are symbolic of American soccer's present shifting quickly into American soccer's future.

McIntyre: Belgium holds no fear — RECIFE, Brazil -- Hours before their Round of 16 foe was confirmed on Thursday evening, players on the U.S. World Cup team already had a good idea of its identity. "It's going to probably be Belgium," U.S.

The cost of following the U.S. in Brazil — RECIFE, Brazil -- In the harsh sunlight of the morning after -- as the mists around the Arena Pernambuco fade, and old facepaint stains surfaces that are not faces and sheer delirium gives way to dehydration -- there can be no less enjoyable experience than accounting.

Obrigado to Brazil's World Cup! — After 9,000 miles covering a wonderful World Cup I find myself writing this in a hotel room overlooking the spectacular shark-infested waters of Recife on Brazil's northeast coast. No one in our roving ESPN team will be taking a dip. In any case they are all catching up on sleep after two weeks of 3 a.m.
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RT @lukewinn: My fave discovery was that 'Sheed addressed Arvydas' kids in PDX as Sabonis Jr, Sabonis Jr-Jr, and Sabonis Jr-Jr-Jr.…

Oct 22, 2014

RT @marcatracy: My guy Jerome Baker switched from Florida to Ohio State. I talked to his dad about why. Plus the Treon Harris report.…

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