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NBA players are warned at the start of every season about the dangers of nutritional supplements.
One of them could be the reason the Memphis Grizzlies will begin the playoffs without Nick Calathes.
The reserve guard was suspended 20 games Friday for violating the league's anti-drug policy by testing positive for tamoxifen.
Yahoo Sports, which first reported the suspension, reported that the drug was part of a supplement that Calathes had been using.
Chelsea suffered a major setback to its English Premier League title aspirations with a 2-1 home loss against last-place Sunderland on Saturday.
Chelsea missed the opportunity to dislodge Liverpool from top spot, and the Reds will have the chance to extend their lead to five points at Norwich on Sunday.
After holding Manchester City to a draw midweek, Gus Poyet's players were again the party-poopers.
Precocious and prolific, with a predilection for the prodigious, Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton has never had a start like this.
A game-winning grand slam Friday night increased his RBI total to 26, seven more than any other player in the major leagues.
Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri let loose a profanity during a pregame address meant to pump up a group of Raptors fans outside Air Canada Centre before Saturday's opening game of the NBA playoffs.
Several hundred fans gathered outside the downtown arena for a party and to watch the game on a huge screen above the west entrance.
Ujiri, the NBA's reigning executive of the year, apologized in a brief press conference at halftime, saying he was "just trying to get our fans going.