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Late Night Fantasy Chat: 10:30 pm ET

Scott Pianowski
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Frank Gore is here to help (USAT)

Games, games everywhere. Niners and Texans going at it, Braves and Dodgers in LA, even the Raiders and Chargers wading through the sewage in Oakland. Let's watch them together, and digest the news of the day.

You've got 90 minutes to prepare. Opening chat at 10:30 pm ET.

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  • Horse racing-Triple Crown hopefuls under too much pressure - Sheikh Hamdan

    By Martin Dokoupil SIR BU NUAYR ISLAND, United Arab Emirates, May 24 (Reuters) - H orses attempting to complete the elusive Triple Crown over the last four decades failed because they often face too much pressure to perform in a short space of … More »

    Reuters - 11 minutes ago
  • Halep huffs and puffs into French Open second round

    Halep huffs and puffs into French Open second round

    Last year's runner-up Simona Halep huffed and puffed past Russian Evgeniya Rodina as the French Open began on Sunday, the Romanian reaching the second round 7-5 6-4. The third seed was never really threatened but let her guard down too many times … More »

    Reuters - 25 minutes ago
  • Tennis-Halep huffs and puffs into French Open second round

    Last year's runner-up Simona Halep huffed and puffed past Russian Evgeniya Rodina as the French Open began on Sunday, the Romanian reaching the second round 7-5 6-4. The third seed was never really threatened but let her guard down too many times … More »

    Reuters - 28 minutes ago
  • Ecclestone tells Rosberg: Hamilton is better for business

    Ecclestone tells Rosberg: Hamilton is better for business

    By Alan Baldwin MONACO (Reuters) - World champion Lewis Hamilton is better for Formula One than either Sebastian Vettel or Nico Rosberg, the sport's commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone said on Sunday. "I am a huge Lewis fan because he is a super … More »

    Reuters - 43 minutes ago
  • Cook and Bell dig in but New Zealand in charge

    Cook and Bell dig in but New Zealand in charge

    By Ed Osmond LONDON (Reuters) - Alastair Cook and Ian Bell survived a torrid final session to guide England to 74 for two on the third day of the first test against New Zealand on Saturday but the hosts still face a tough task to save the match. … More »

    Reuters - 1 hour 42 minutes ago