Deadline— ESPN’s Pablo Torre signed a multi-year contract extension to become the new host of the ESPN Daily podcast. He is due to be full-time in August after working select episodes in July. Torre will be replacing the original host, Mina Kimes, who is leaving to join NFL Live and host The Mina Kimes Show featuring [
The Washington Times—Thunder sign Luguentz Dort to multi-year deal. OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma City Thunder announced a multiyear contract with rookie Luguentz Dort on Wednesday. Terms were not disclosed. Dort has averaged 6.2 points, 1.9 rebounds and 0.8 steals in 22 minutes per game this season. Oklahoma City has posted a 16-5 record (.762) with him in
Mail Online—Xavi 'agrees £5.4m-a-year deal to replace Quique Setien as Barcelona manager'. The 61-year-old has endured a tough tenure at the helm of the Catalan giants since replacing Ernesto Valverde, and speculation has mounted that the board are tempted to wield the axe already.
Washington Post—Cam Newton agrees to one-year deal with Patriots to help replace Tom Brady. The one-year agreement is pending a physical for Newton, a former MVP with the Carolina Panthers.