Expected [adjective]

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This year's free agency class is light on superstar names after Anthony Davis, who is expected to re-sign with the Los Angeles Lakers, but a number of high-profile players are reportedly interested in being traded.

His recovery is on track, and he is expected to start throwing in December.

If there is no reconciliation, this free agency and trade period could be wilder than expected.

If the NHL does start in early January, it is expected that players from the AHL would be available for teams during that gap period, if needed.

Runners will be expected to cover their faces at the start of the race and whenever they’re grouped with other runners on the course.

The 2022 class is expected to be led by Emoni Bates, a 16-year-old forward who has already drawn comparisons to Kevin Durant.

Most or all of the players placed in quarantine as close contacts are expected to be eligible to play Sunday night in Las Vegas against the Chiefs unless they test positive, according to that person.

So, no, I didn’t expect a major league contract, I expected a regular minor league contract, and luckily the Nationals wanted me and were willing to put that up.

The players are expected to begin arriving in the Netherlands on Friday.

Now that class is averaging six points more than expected in Season 3 through Week 10, making them below-average producers per this metric.