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Inside 100 Tweets

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40 seconds. That's how long it took Conor McGregor to dispatch Donald Cerrone in a comeback fight. Read all our highlights of #UFC246 here:

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What to expect in tomorrow's N.F.L. conference championship games

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"The word that keeps popping into my mind is 'unfathomable.' ... The integrity of our game is what we have, and now that’s been broken."

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There's only one thing more challenging than trying to beat the Lakers or Clippers in Los Angeles: trying to do it back to back by @ScottCacciola

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How the Houston Astros went from a "model organization" to being at the heart of one of the biggest scandals in baseball. 

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How much is a transfer really worth? For Danny Drinkwater, who left Leicester for Chelsea and wound up on loan, one wrong step has been more costly than he thought.

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The Astros were baseball's "model organization." Now they're at the heart of a scandal that has claimed four jobs and left the sport reeling. @TylerKepner on how it all unraveled:

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Need more soccer in your inbox? Sign up for Rory Smith's weekly newsletter at http://nytimes.com/rory . (Fair warning: there's a giant Rory head on the signup page.) This week's is here:

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Via @RorySmith: The career arc of Danny Drinkwater, a Premier League champion now sitting on the Aston Villa bench, shows just how precarious a soccer career can be, and the damage that can be inflicted by one bad choice.

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In @RorySmith's weekly soccer newsletter: The Ballad of Danny Drinkwater, Lionel Messi's future at Barcelona and a look at Tottenham's biggest problem as it tries to find a temporary replacement for Harry Kane.

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Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch forged a winning partnership in San Francisco, in part because of a tip from the Ravens’ John Harbaugh.https://nyti.ms/2sAvWU7  by @benshpigel

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“For years, we’ve been preaching to the kids that, ‘the only difference between you and the kid from Vancouver is where you’re living.’”

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On Nov. 1, Carlos Beltran held instant credibility in every MLB clubhouse. After the cheating scandal broke, that was gone. 

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.@TylerKepner on why the Mets felt they had to cut ties with Carlos Beltran:

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Kevin Love said he is trying to be a better leader for his young Cavaliers teammates after recent outbursts

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In mid-November, Magic coach Steve Clifford told me @MarkelleF would be "at another level" 30 games from now. Looking like a wise forecast:

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Derrick Henry is the first N.F.L. player to run for more than 180 yards in three consecutive games. Can he make it four on Sunday against the Chiefs?

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Reading about the Nike Vaporfly ban? Remember – it's all speculation right now. The only thing being reported is a **potential** blacklisting by World Athletics. Here's what @exerscience wrote in October:

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Coco Gauff, who famously beat Venus Willians in the first round of Wimbledon last year, is getting a chance to make history repeat itself at the Australian Open

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The cheating epidemic shows no sign of slowing down. 

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