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Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images(IRVING, Texas) -- Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo likes his teams chances headed into next season.

Romo, who was receiving the Nancy Lieberman Lifetime Achievement Award at the Dream Ball Gala in Dallas recently, said that the team is "going to win a Super Bowl next year," ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer reports.

Romo said he wants to win a Super Bowl so bad for the Jones family, teammate Jason Witten, and head coach Jason Garrett.

"I literally want to win it so bad for them, for the people around me who have helped me," Romo said. "They've allowed me to achieve my dreams and my goals. Without them, I'm not there, I promise you. I'm not where I'm at right now and I'm not going where I'm going."

Romo led the Cowboys to the playoffs this past season, but their goal of a Super Bowl fell short after they lost to the Packers in the divisional round.

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David R. Lutman/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Hall of Famer Evander Holyfield believes that boxing is on its way back to the main stage.

Holyfield said Friday that the Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao fight next weekend, for which he's giving away one lucky seat beside him, is energizing the sport.

"It's coming back," Holyfield told ABC Sports Radio. "Only thing I could do is hope for young guys to start working on the amateur program where we get these guys into boxing at a young age where they can be a little more mature and seasoned."

Holyfield said the rise of the Ultimate Fighting Championship isn't the reason that boxing has taken a backseat. Instead, he thinks putting fights behind expensive cable networks is the reason it's fallen in prominence. 

"Put boxing back on free television where the young kids will be able to say I think I want to do that," he explained. "You want to teach kids at a young age because that's where they learn how to box."

"Instead of just saying I want to hit hard, I want to knock somebody out, they learn how to box," Holyfield continued.  

As for the Mayweather-Pacquaio fight, Holyfield said that things can get interesting.

"These guys are clever good boxers and if it does go the distance, I think it plays to Manny's advantage because he throws a lot of punches," Holyfield said.  "It's almost impossible to throw a lot of punches and not win the fight if both of them get hit and nobody gets knocked out."

For more information on how you can get a seat next to the former heavyweight champion on May 2 in Las Vegas, click here.

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Scott Halleran/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Tiger Woods announced Friday that he will play in the Players Championship that is set to take place May 7-10.

"Looking forward to going back to THE PLAYERS this year, hoping for a repeat of 2013," Woods tweeted.

Woods missed last year's championship due to an injury, but won the event two years ago.

Woods has struggled at TPC Sawgrass throughout his career and only has three top-10 finishes in 16 appearances, besides winning in 2001 and 2013.

Woods tied for 17th at The Masters and did not qualify for next week's World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play.

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Andy Lyons/Getty Images(SAN ANTONIO) -- Kawhi Leonard joins the company of a pair of Hall of Famers.

The San Antonio forward was selected NBA Defensive Player of the Year on Thursday, joining Michael Jordan and Hakeem Olajuwon as the only players to win the award and the NBA Finals MVP.

"It feels great," the 23-year-old Leonard said. "Growing up as a kid, you're watching these players and you want to become who they are or get the accolades that they have. It just shows that hard work pays off."

Leonard has become the Spurs' primary individual defender and led the league in steals at 2.3 per game.

Leonard received 37 first-place votes and 333 points from a panel of 129 writers and broadcasters. Golden State forward Draymond Green had 45 first-place votes, but appeared on fewer ballots and had 317 points. Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan finished third, receiving 32 first-place votes and 261 points.

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Mike McGinnis/Getty Images(CHICAGO) -- A wild seventh-inning brawl between the Chicago White Sox and Kansas City Royals on Thursday started near the first-base foul line, ranged out toward second base and resumed again near the first-base bag, ending with the ejection of five players, including both starting pitchers.

It all started when Chicago's Jose Abreu was hit in the left elbow by a Yordano Ventura pitch in the fourth inning, and the Royals' Mike Moustakas was hit in the upper right arm by Chris Sale one inning later. Both benches were warned after Moustakas was hit.

However, things didn't get ugly until Adam Eaton hit a comebacker at Ventura in the seventh inning. Television replays appeared to show that Ventura barked an expletive at Eaton before throwing to first base for the out.

The Royals lead the majors this season with nine players ejected (Ventura has been ejected in his last two starts). The Padres trail in second place with only three players tossed.

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Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images(BOSTON) -- LeBron James scored 31 points in his first playoff game in Boston since a masterful performance in the 2012 postseason, helping the Cavaliers move one win away from a sweep in its first playoff series in five years with a 103-95 victory Thursday night.

James arrived an hour early at the morning shootaround, accompanied by teammate J.R. Smith. It was a sign of his leadership, according to coach David Blatt.

"He didn't necessarily have to," Blatt said, "but he wanted to be with his teammate."

Smith had his best game of the series, with 15 points.

Cleveland can complete the sweep of the best-of-seven series Sunday in Boston. No NBA team has won a series after trailing 3-0.

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NBA via Getty Images(MILWAUKEE) -- Derrick Rose scored 34 points and Jimmy Butler added 24 as the Chicago Bulls beat the Milwaukee Bucks 113-106 in double overtime on Thursday night to take a 3-0 lead in their Eastern Conference playoff series.

Butler got the second overtime started in the right direction for Chicago, intercepting a backcourt pass from Giannis Antetokounmpo and hitting a layup. It set the tone for an 8-0 run that gave Chicago a 109-101 lead with 2:44 left to finally shake the Bucks.

Rose missed a free throw with 4 seconds left in regulation that left the game tied. However, he scored six points in the second overtime, including a layup off an offensive rebound with 2:15 left for a 10-point lead.

Antetokounmpo had 25 points and Khris Middleton added 18 for Milwaukee, which went scoreless for more than 6 minutes between the first and second overtimes.

The Bulls will go for the sweep on Saturday in Game 4 in Milwaukee. No NBA team has ever come back from a 3-0 deficit to win a series.

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Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA Playoffs: Cleveland Cavaliers 103 - Boston Celtics 95 (Cavaliers Lead Series 3-0) 

Chicago Bulls 113 - Milwaukee Bucks 106 (F/2OT) (Bulls Lead Series 3-0)

Golden State Warriors 123 - New Orleans Pelicans 119 (F/OT) (Warriors Lead Series 3-0)

Stanley Cup Playoffs: Washington Capitals 5 - New York Islanders 1 (Capitals Lead Series 3-2)

Tampa Bay Lightning 3 - Detroit Red Wings 2 (F/OT) (Series Tied 2-2)

Nashville Predators 5 - Chicago Blackhawks 2 (Blackhawks Lead Series 3-2)

Vancouver Canucks 2 - Calgary Flames 1 (Flames Lead Series 3-2)

MLB: New York Mets 6 (13-3) - Atlanta Braves 3 (8-7)

St. Louis Cardinals 4 (10-4) - Washington Nationals 1 (7-9)

New York Yankees 2 (9-7) - Detroit Tigers 1 (11-5)

Toronto Blue Jays 7 (9-7) - Baltimore Orioles 6 (7-9)

Colorado Rockies 2 (9-7) - San Deigo Padres 1 (10-7)

Pittsburgh Pirates 5 (8-8) - Chicago Cubs 4 (8-7)

Tampa Bay Rays 2 (8-8) - Boston Red Sox 1 (9-7)

San Francisco Giants 3 (7-10) - Los Angeles Dodgers 2 (9-6) (F/10)

Los Angeles Angels 2 (7-9) - Oakland A's 0 (8-9)

Miami Marlins 9 (5-11) - Philadelphia Phillies 1 (5-11)

Miwaukee Brewers 4 (3-13) - Cincinatti Reds 2 (8-8)

Kansas City Royals 3 (12-4) - Chicago White Sox 2 (6-9) *F/13

 

 

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- The most infamous man in baseball has been given the blessing by Commissioner Manfred to participate in this year's All-Star activities in Cincinnati.

Pete Rose, baseball's all-time hits leader, has been banned by baseball since 1989 for gambling on games. He recently applied for reinstatement to the game with new MLB commissioner Rob Manfred.

Rose, 74, was a player on the Reds from 19 seasons (1963-1978, 1984-1986) and served as Cincinnati's manager from 1984 to 1989. He won the NL Rookie of the Year, won three World Series -- including being named MVP in the 1975 -- with Cincinnati.

As part of the ban, Rose is not able to access areas any fan would not be allowed to attend, without the permission of the commissioner.

Fox, who will broadcast the All-Star Game, recently hired Rose to serve as a studio analyst for their baseball coverage.

 

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Streeter Lecka/Getty Images(ALABAMA) -- The Crimson Tide's autocratic head coach is displeased with the Big Ten's recruiting practices at satellite camps in his hotbed.

Nick Saban feels that there is a competitive advantage gained by other universities and it is "ridiculous" how other coaching staffs are invading his turf through use of a technicality to recruit high school athletes.

“If we’re all going to travel all over the country to have satellite camps, you know, how ridiculous is that?” Saban said, per Al.com. “I mean we’re not allowed to go to all-star games, but now we’re going to have satellite camps all over the country. So it doesn’t really make sense.”

Saban is forbidden from attending similar camps in Big Ten areas as the SEC prevents their members from taking advantage of a loophole that allows head coaches to appear as "guests" at football camps. 

James Franklin, head coach of Penn State, was the impetus for Saban's outrage when he and his football staff appeared at camps in Florida and Georgia. The NCAA prevents coaches from hosting such camps, but Franklin was allowed to show up because it was hosted by an outside group.

Saban previously served as head coach of the Michigan State Spartans, a member of the Big Ten, from 1995-1999.

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