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Ben Simmons has overcome incessant booing for the second straight game, helping Philadelphia to a 3-1 series lead against Brooklyn.
- 49ers scout, ex-NFL RB Reggie Cobb dies at 50
- Veteran lefty Gonzalez opts out of Yankees deal
- Embiid calls Dudley 'a nobody' after Butler fracas
- Yanks await verdict on Judge after oblique injury
Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer
The Yankees are expecting Thairo Estrada to be recalled from Triple-A tomorrow to replace Aaron Judge (left oblique) on the active roster.
Running back Reggie Cobb, who starred at the University of Tennessee and playing in the NFL for the Bucs, Packers, Jaguars and Jets over seven seasons, has died at the age of 50.
Joel Embiid had 31 points and 16 rebounds, and passed to Mike Scott for the go-ahead 3-pointer with 18 seconds left as the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Brooklyn Nets 112-108 on Saturday to take a 3-1 series lead.
Miles Mikolas tossed eight stellar innings and also drove in two runs, leading the St. Louis Cardinals over the New York Mets 10-2 on Saturday.
Gio Gonzalez has opted out of his minor league deal with the Yankees, giving the team 48 hours to release or add him to the major league roster. In 15 innings at Triple-A, Gonzalez is 2-1 with a 6.00 ERA.
Jimmy Butler and Jared Dudley were ejected from Game 4 after Dudley's shove of Joel Embiid led to a fracas between the Sixers and the Nets.
Yankees star Aaron Judge will undergo an MRI after injuring his oblique on a single during Saturday's game vs. the Royals. The Yankees already have 12 players on the injured list.
All-Star slugger Aaron Judge hurt his left oblique while taking a swing and likely was headed to the injured list as the already banged-up New York Yankees beat the Kansas City Royals 9-2 Saturday.
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A hard foul by Joel Embiid on Jarrett Allen started an altercation between the 76ers and Nets which resulted in a flagrant foul on Embiid while Jared Dudley and Jimmy Butler were ejected.
Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer
The Sixers have played four players at center already in Joel Embiid, Boban Marjanovic, Jonah Bolden and Mike Scott. Nets fans serenaded Bolden with a "Who are you? Who are you?" chant when he was at the free throw line.
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