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    The redux of “The Decision” for NBA superstar LeBron James presents the possibility of even more sports heartache for poor Cleveland.



    Aroldis Chapman further proved his utter dominance on major league hitters Friday night, but Gregory Polanco deserved to prove that wrong.

    Gene Collier: Clutch Cutch delivers twice

    Aroldis Chapman further proved his utter dominance on major league hitters Friday night, but Gregory Polanco deserved to prove that wrong.

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    Grading the Pirates in the first half

    Pirates reporter Bill Brink gives his analysis on the team in the Post-Gazette's midterm report card going into the All-Star break.



    Pirates enter All-Star break on losing note

    Reds ace Johnny Cueto earned the 6-3 win as the Pirates finish their seven-game road trip against St. Louis and Cincinnati with a 2-5


     

    Former Steelers applaud decision in NFL concussion suit

    Jeff Hartings and Frenchy Fuqua are happy with the settlement approved by U.S. District Judge Anita Brody, saying it can help ex-players



    Pennsylvania's U.S. senators honor Steelers legend Chuck Noll

    Senate passes resolution declaring Steelers' home opener Sept. 7 against the Cleveland Browns as “Chuck Noll Day.”


     


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    Colleges look outside to boost sports ticket sales

    Over the past three years, more than 60 Division I athletic programs have hired consultants to handle a portion of ticket sales.



    Pitt women's basketball recruit ineligible for upcoming season

    Naje Gibson of Seton-LaSalle, a top Pitt recruit, failed to qualify academically at Pitt and will have to go to a junior college.


     

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    Indiana local Mills battles for West Penn Open win

    Jon Mills used a fantastic finish Tuesday on his hometown course to win the West Penn Open and end long slump on the golf course.



    Locals storm to top of leader board in West Penn Open

    John Popeck, of Washington, cruised through one round in the West Penn Open. After the second, he noticed he wasn't the only local thriving.


     

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    Goetze scores late to give Germany the World Cup

    Argentina created more chances, but failed to test Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer throughout the 120 minutes of regulation and extra time.



    Passion have perfect chance for second women’s football title

    The Passion advanced to the Independent Women’s Football League championship with 26-12 victory against the New York Sharks.


     

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