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Scoop: Thirty years of Jordans

If you think Air Jordans are just sneakers, you're missing the point. Scoop Jackson details the 30-year reign of the world's most recognizable basketball shoe.

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Can Forte still be a starting running back? (0:46)
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Mets projected to have third highest win total in NL (1:32)
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Top 10: Best starts in 2017 recruiting (1:58)
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Eaves' 1st-period hat trick leads Stars (0:53)
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Tim Anderson No. 45 prospect in 2016

Chicago's shortstop prospect is speedy, athletic and quick to adapt. His biggest downside is that he's the only White Sox prospect ranked in the top 100. Law: Top 100 prospects (Insider)

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Gleyber Torres No. 15 prospect in 2016

Torres is still a few years away from the bigs, but he could be a superstar once he's there. If you're mourning how much talent Chicago graduated last year, check out the other five Cubs in Keith Law's top 100. Law: Top 100 prospects (Insider)

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SC Special Rise Up: Taj Gibson (2:56)
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Jed Hoyer, Cubs General Manager

The General Manager of the Cubs, Jed Hoyer, joins David Kaplan and Jeff Dickerson. He discusses being the team to beat this season, and the start of Spring Training!

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Watch out for Jeremy Langford in Year 2

The Bears rookie flashed in his debut campaign, even if his yards per carry average (3.6) was a little low. Expect Langford to become a focal point in 2016 with Matt Forte likely to leave. Breakout candidates (Insider)

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Where the 2016 Big Ten signees came from

More Big Ten recruits came from Ohio and Florida than any other state in 2016, and a large majority came from the eastern schools' areas.