Wednesday, August 26
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Bradley: I face daily hatred at Wrigley
Milton Bradley said after Tuesday's loss he's "never" comfortable playing at Wrigley Field. "It's hard to be comfortable when you don't get a hit and get booed every time," he said. "When I go home and look in the mirror, I like what I see. My family is there I have people I can talk to who are very supportive, in spite of everything and all the adversity and the hatred you face on a daily basis. But I'll be alright. I always have."
(Chicago Tribune)
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CP3 regrets Butler trade
Chris Paul said the Hornets' recent trade of Rasual Butler to the Los Angeles Clippers affected him, because he and Butler shared a unique relationship. "Oh, man, to tell you the truth, that hurt me," Paul said. "Rasual is my guy, somebody I'm really close to. Him and David West were the only two guys who've been on my team every year since I've been a rookie. But that kind of caught me off guard and hit close to home. He was my guy."
(New Orleans Times-Picayune)
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Why Titans won't sign Harrison
Yes, the Titans suddenly have concerns at the receiver position following Monday's hamstring injury to Nate Washington. But no, they're still not calling former Colts receiver Marvin Harrison. The Titans aren't interested, despite the attempts by some folks in the media to keep the idea alive. Coach Jeff Fisher has said on numerous occasions the team hasn't called -- and isn't interested -- in Harrison. At this point, the Titans -- especially Fisher -- couldn't afford to look at Harrison even if someone else in the organization was jumping up and down wanting to.
(The Tennessean)
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Must-See Photo
 
The inner Tiger comes out in President Obama while he vacations at Martha's Vineyard. (AP)
 
Must-See Video
We hereby nominate this as the next Olympic sport. Absolutely phenomenal.

 
Game To Watch
Dodgers vs. Rockies, 8:40 p.m. ET
Los Angeles Dodgers
Colorado Rockies
 
This Day In Sports History
 
 

SI Vault: More Greg Norman
1939 -- The first major league baseball game is televised as NBC-TV broadcasts a Reds-Dodgers doubleheader at Brooklyn's Ebbets Field.
1989 -- Trumbull, Conn., becomes the first American team since 1983 to win the Little League World Series.
1995 -- Greg Norman captures the World Series of Golf and becomes the leading money winner in PGA Tour history.
 
 

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