Steven Loung
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A contributor since 2013, Steven Loung has an unparalleled passion for sports that manifests in his work as both a writer and editor. With one of the most eclectic sports tastes in the newsroom, Steve can be found talking and writing about anything from as common as the NBA, MLB and NHL to anything as niche as boxing, IndyCar and even eSports.
LeBron James takes to Twitter to deny multiple Kyrie Irving reports
Steven Loung
It seems as though LeBron James has had enough with all the gossip surrounding he and Kyire Irving, and took to Twitter on Tuesday to outright deny a couple of the more outlandish reports that have been making the rounds.
Paul Pierce, Stephen Jackson rip Carroll's criticism of Raptors
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Raptors' Ujiri gives Valanciunas vote of confidence amid rumours
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Responding to a report from Monday that says the Raptors were having difficulties finding a trade partner for centre Jonas Valanciunas, team president Masai Ujiri fired back Tuesday.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. continues to win by playing the villain
Steven Loung
No one in sports history has exploited playing a villain the way Floyd Mayweather Jr. has. And has used that bad-boy image to catapult him to paydays other boxers and professional athletes can only dream of.
DeMarre Carroll: 'Lack of trust' among Raptors last season
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Zaun: Altered two-seamer grip leading to MLB blister problems
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According to Sportsnet baseball analyst Gregg Zaun, while the current baseball are definitely different than the ones used in the Bud Selig era, MLB's blister problems are more a result of an altered two-seamer grip that's being used than the Rob Manfred balls.
Reports: Knicks no longer expected to pursue Raptors' Masai Ujiri
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The New York Knicks are no longer expected to pursue Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri as they look to replace Phil Jackson, according to multiple reports.
NBA off-season FAQ: Explaining 'Bird rights,' luxury tax, more
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Raptors expected to meet with Lowry, Ibaka when free agency opens
Steven Loung
Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri and new general manager Bobby Webster are expected to meet with free agents Kyle Lowry and Serge Ibaka after the NBA's moratorium period opens on July 1 at 12:01 a.m. ET.