Donnovan Bennett
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Donnovan (D.J.) Bennett’s many roles with Sportsnet include being a feature host, producer and radio host. A member of the Sportsnet team since 2013, Bennett’s work often touches on the intersections between sports and race, politics, gender and pop culture. Previously nominated for both a Gemini and Digital Publishing Award, Bennett has made a name for himself by telling stories on multiple platforms. In addition to his role as a writer, Bennett hosts videos for Sportsnet’s social media platforms and on radio as a co-host of Free Association, Sportsnet’s NBA podcast.
Takeaways: Kyle Lowry's struggles becoming a trend for Raptors
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The blip on the radar that was Kyle Lowry’s recent slump is now becoming a trend after another poor performance against the Brooklyn Nets.
Grizzlies' Dillon Brooks on loyalty to Canada, his big NBA dreams
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Q&A: Raptors' Miles on fatherhood, health status, C.J.'s PJs
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Sportsnet caught up with C.J. Miles for a chat about his improving groin injury, celebrating both American and Canadian Thanksgiving, raising his daughter as a Canadian on little rest and more.
Review: Michael B. Jordan's legacy grows in Creed II
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Michael B. Jordan is using his new-found stardom to grow the sport of boxing, both in movies like Creed II and through charitable causes.
Harris, Rogers make the difference in CFL division finals
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Raptors Takeaways: VanVleet, Green step up to end losing streak
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The Toronto Raptors got over their three-game losing streak as their depth stepped up against the Chicago Bulls while Kyle Lowry suffered an injury scare late in the game.
Why Willie O'Ree deserves his place in the Hockey Hall of Fame
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Willie O’Ree is a hall-of-famer. And it’s not particularly close.
FAQ: What we learned from the CFL's announcement in the Maritimes
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Q&A: 'In Search of Greatness' director talks Gretzky, Pele, creativity
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What do superior athletes have in common? Is athletic greatness a result of creativity, or simply winning the genetic lottery?