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  • Chile feels the fatigue from its all-out play in Confed Cup

    Chile feels the fatigue from its all-out play in Confed Cup

    Can has been used in all three of Germany's group games, playing the full 90 minutes against Chile and Cameroon after coming on as a sub in the opener against Australia. Raphael Guerreiro is also still recovering from a left ankle blow he suffered in the 1-0 win over Russian Federation. While Chile and Germany are now top of Group B , Australia or Cameroon could yet progress to the knockout stage with an unexpected victory on Sunday.

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  • Ready for some fireworks? Celtics looking to acquire Hayward and George

    Ready for some fireworks? Celtics looking to acquire Hayward and George

    It wasn't enough, though, to get past LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, something that adding Paul George or Gordon Hayward to their roster might rectify. "Indiana has been focused on trying to complete a deal with Boston for George, league sources told The Vertical ". IN has been focused on trying to complete a deal with Boston for George, league sources told The Vertical .

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  • Warriors' Game 5 win wraps up highly-watched NBA Finals

    Warriors' Game 5 win wraps up highly-watched NBA Finals

    The series, the first that matched the same teams in three straight Finals, averaged 20.4 million viewers, Nielsen said Tuesday. LeBron James and the Cavaliers put up a fight against the Warriors as James became the first player ever to average a triple double in the Finals.

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  • Kvitova puts a marker down for Wimbledon

    Barty mustered just five games in the final two sets and did not manage to get close to threatening on the Kvitova serve as the Czech produced a dominant display. Kvitova seized control of the decider as she broke immediately then pressured the Barty serve again only for the momentum to swing again as the Australian broke back to level at 2-2.

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  • Vargas earns 11th win as Royals top Blue Jays 3-2

    And that is why he was unavailable to pitch Friday. Estrada gave up three runs and five hits in seven innings. In the meantime, expect the Blue Jays to give him all the time and support he needs. I am not sure why. "I've had really rough outings lately", Estrada said. It hurt me. It hurt me again tonight. But, to be honest, I just don't know.

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  • SKorean president calls for NKorean Olympic participation

    SKorean president calls for NKorean Olympic participation

    Asked by reporters whether the North has an intention to field a unified women's ice hockey team with the South for the Pyeongchang Games, Chang said he is not in the position to speak for the North Korean government, noting he has visited the South as an International Olympic Committee representative from the North.

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  • LaVar Ball Says His Boys Will Carry the NBA One Day

    LaVar Ball Says His Boys Will Carry the NBA One Day

    LaVar Ball , father of the UCLA star, made it clear early in the draft process that his son would remain in Los Angeles after starring with the Bruins as a freshman. Although Ball averaged 14.6 points, 6 rebounds and 7.6 assists on 55.1 percent shooting with UCLA, will his unorthodox shot ever become an issue in the National Basketball Association? In 36 games, he shot 55.1 percent overall and 41.2 percent on three-point attempts.

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  • Lonzo Ball's draft stock stays strong with Lakers watching

    The purple and gold team don't have a 2018 NBA Draft first-round selectrion, as it's owed to the Philadelphia 76ers as part of a recent trade . The Lakers could take De'Aaron Fox or Dennis Smith Jr.at No. The Lakers met with the oldest Ball brother on Friday, a meeting which included a meeting with Lakers president Magic Johnson and general manager Rob Pelinka.

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  • Alex Jones interview draws 3.5 million viewers

    Alex Jones interview draws 3.5 million viewers

    Members of that community, where 20 children and six educators were killed, were among the voices raised against NBC airing the interview. That has included not just Sandy Hook, Kelly noted, but also baseless allegations regarding "Pizzagate" and Chobani yogurt.

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  • Celtics hoping to trade for Jimmy Butler, sign Gordon Hayward

    Celtics hoping to trade for Jimmy Butler, sign Gordon Hayward

    But it also depends on how big of a role Butler would play in the lineup. " The worst case scenario is they find themselves in a position to draft somebody like a Josh Jackson out of Kansas ". Butler made an All-NBA team this season, while Hayward did not, but the difference between the two may not be so vast for the Celtics to mortgage their future to acquire Butler over Hayward, if it comes to that.

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo starts but Portugal held by Mexico in Confederations Cup

    He would nearly certainly secure the prize if he can help Portugal win the Confederations Cup , the main warm-up event for next year's World Cup. "It is a little hard for the players", Chile coach Juan Antonio Pizzi said. As man of the match , Ronaldo should have joined the managers in addressing the media; instead he failed to appear. However Portugal finally went in front in the 33rd minute when Ronaldo broke down the left and then squared the ball to Ricardo Quaresma , who ...

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  • White predicts records will fall in super fight

    White predicts records will fall in super fight

    Boxing gloves are significantly heavier at 10 ounces, made for heavy contact. However, when asked by TSN whether White believed the upcoming fight in Las Vegas would do over and or under 4.99 million buys, he didn't hesitate. What I am bemoaning is that the spotlight that is on this farce should be on a couple of other fights that are real. As with May-Pac, there won't be a lot of violence (probably even less this time), but if you like things like quickness and footwork, you could enjoy ...

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  • FSU Baseball: Most talent selected in MLB Draft since 1995

    FSU Baseball: Most talent selected in MLB Draft since 1995

    The fact is Major League Baseball's First-Year Player Draft, held since 1965, has produced as many busts as future superstars among the players selected with the No. "We feel it's a very pitching orientated draft". Junior pitcher Morgan Cooper was the first Texas product off the board, taken in the second round by the Dodgers .

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  • Farrell out, Warburton benched for Lions

    Farrell out, Warburton benched for Lions

    Coach Warren Gatland had indicated he would unveil a Test-strength starting lineup to face the Maori at Rotorua on Saturday, a week out from the series-opening Test against New Zealand . "Our vision was to position Maori rugby in the global area, we had to be in the top four, and that is always where we position the team to be", Mr Te Pou says.

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  • Mourinho delighted to play Real Madrid in European Super Cup

    Mourinho delighted to play Real Madrid in European Super Cup

    Speaking to BT Sport in Cardiff after Real Madrid's Champions League final triumph, Bale said: "No [the rumours don't affect me], I haven't read anything to be honest, I don't read anything so it doesn't affect me at all". Madrid now has five titles more than AC Milan, the second most successful European club all-time. As fans celebrating on the streets of Cardiff proudly sang "Somos los reyes de Europa (We are the kings of Europe)", a traditional team chant, it was only fitting that one ...

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  • Josh Jackson cancels workout with Celtics

    Josh Jackson cancels workout with Celtics

    Jackson had a private workout on Tuesday at the Lakers' practice facility, but that doesn't mean the team is any closer to finalizing its plans. For better and for worse, the Lakers are mindful of not overreacting to individual workouts considering the various restrictions.

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  • Draymond Green receives 'second' technical foul but isn't ejected

    They quite literally changed the tech from Draymond to Kerr, but only after (stupidly) assessing a tech to Draymond on a meaningless, harmless play. The technical foul was a weak one, and probably shouldn't have been called, but it was. The box was changed after the third quarter to indicate Kerr had received the first technical. "So I knew I didn't have a technical foul, but still trying to figure out why did I get the second one".

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  • Mossadek rocks NZ in must-win clash

    Mossadek rocks NZ in must-win clash

    Taylor hit an unhurried 63 off 82 balls, including six fours, before his mistimed ramp shot cost him at 201-4 in the 39th over. Though it ultimately proved successful, the run chase started badly for Bangladesh when Tamim Iqbal (0) was out leg before wicket in only the second ball of the innings, beaten by rare swing with the white ball from Tim Southee (3-45).

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  • The Yankees and the Orioles Dominate In Home Ballparks

    The right-hander is 8-7 with a 4.93 ERA in 20 career starts against the Yankees . Unquestionably, Sabathia also has put together a fantastic start at almost 37, with a 7-2 record and a 3.66 ERA, while Michael Pineda (7-3, 3.39) finally seems to have found some consistency from start to start and Friday's victor, rookie lefty Jordan Montgomery (4-4, 3.55), has displayed the ability to regularly execute a game plan, just as the Yanks lauded him for since the spring.

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  • Patriots sign Julian Edelman to two-year contract extension

    Patriots sign Julian Edelman to two-year contract extension

    Edelman, 31, was entering the final year of his contract in 2017. According to the NFL Network's Mike Garafolo , a contract could be signed within the next day or two. He entered the National Football League as a seventh-round draft choice of the Patriots in 2009, the 232nd overall selection. Danny Amendola is set to become a free agent and the Patriots also signed Andrew Hawkins to a one-year deal recently.

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  • Will cheer for Indian team in all matches, says Vijay Mallya

    Will cheer for Indian team in all matches, says Vijay Mallya

    Indian Cricketers have received a big shock in London where they are playing ongoing champion trophy . Mallya owes about Rs 9000 crore to various Indian banks and has been out of Indian jurisdiction since March 2016. Why not? It was a function directly connected to Virat Kohli and security could have easily requested Mallya to recuse himself since his presence was a hindrance.

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  • Kimi Raikkonen to start from pole at Monaco GP

    But it was shrouded in controversy. Coupled with the victory for Sebastian Vettel , Hamilton's result means that the Ferrari man extends his drivers' championship lead to 25 points. "We'll be sure to push those red cars hard next time out in Canada ". While Bottas enjoyed an exceptional weekend in Sochi, Hamilton struggled to get performance out of the Pirelli tyres and finished fourth.

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  • Graham Rahal wins 1st of 2 Detroit Grand Prix IndyCar races

    Graham Rahal wins 1st of 2 Detroit Grand Prix IndyCar races

    Dixon did a remarkable job driving with a very sore left ankle following his spectacular accident at Indy. Rahal ultimately crossed the line six seconds clear of the field to become IndyCar's seventh different victor in the opening seven races of the season, as well as coming good on his pre-race promise that he could dominate.

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  • Near-perfect Kiwis take control of America's Cup qualifiers

    Near-perfect Kiwis take control of America's Cup qualifiers

    Team New Zealand has chosen to face BAR Great Britain in the semi finals of the America's Cup challenger series after a disappointing day on the water. Trying to improve: But there was even better to come as New Zealand became the first team to achieve an official "perfect" race, foiling around the entire course without touching their hulls down to beat France by four minutes and six seconds.

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  • 2 makes French Open appearance

    2 makes French Open appearance

    To that, the tennis star replied, " She's going to call me 'favorite aunt.' We're all like, 'Baby V, baby Lyn, baby Isha.' We all want the baby to be named after us". Auntie Venus said her biggest concern is being unaware of her exact role. Venus Williams and Elise Mertens meet in the third round of the 2017 French Open .

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  • John Clayton out at ESPN, but staying on Seattle radio

    John Clayton out at ESPN, but staying on Seattle radio

    He added, "I am well taken care of by ESPN", noting that he can still be heard on his daily radio show in Seattle. Clayton did not reply to a pair of Deadspin's requests for comment. In confirming the news on Wednesday, the respected Clayton decided to make a joke in the process. He referenced perhaps the best ESPN in-house commercial ever.

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  • Huddersfield Town Promoted to Premier League

    August 2016 - Huddersfield take 13 points from their first five matches to get Wagner's first full season in charge off to a flying start. Farke was appointed as the new head coach of the Canaries last week, following an impressive season in which he guided the Dortmund reserves team to a second-placed finish, suffering only three league defeats throughout the campaign.

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  • Phil Jones: Manchester United

    Phil Jones: Manchester United "can take on anyone" next season

    Jones feels it bodes well for next season as they look to compete on every front and he insists they won't fear any opposition they may face in the Champions League or domestically. "There have been a lot of positives this season; the manager has got us well drilled and if we take that into next season with more goals and turning draws into wins, I don't see why we can't be challenging for the title".

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  • Walker pitches LSU to SEC tourney title, 4-2 over Arkansas

    Walker pitches LSU to SEC tourney title, 4-2 over Arkansas

    Centerfielder Dominic Fletcher came up throwing and almost beat Duplantis at the plate, but his slide came in just ahead of Grant Koch's tag to make it 4-1. We're here to play, and we're here to win. He said afterwards that it was the first time in his career he has hit three home runs in a single game.

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  • LeBron James overtakes Michael Jordan as Cavaliers reach National Basketball Association finals again

    James still trails Jordan in one key area: titles. But James' jump in playoff scoring has rekindled the conversation over which player is better, James or Jordan. In his stead, Brown has led the Warriors to a ideal 10-0 record. Every other team this season will be hazy in the game's long memory. "I think maybe people just fail to realize that you just have two great teams and don't appreciate that".

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  • Chelsea forward Costa: I'll only join Atletico

    I have a contract and no intention of leaving, but if there are changes to be made that might reduce my chance. I'm not interested in other clubs, ' Costa told reporters after the cup final defeat. 'Everyone know what my preferred club is, there's nothing to hide . Chelsea want to make a major statement by signing a striker in the summer, with Romelu Lukaku and Alvaro Morata at the top of their shortlist, but the latest developments mean that the club may need to reevaluate its business.

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  • White Sox agree to deal with Cuban outfielder Luis Robert

    White Sox agree to deal with Cuban outfielder Luis Robert

    The White Sox , meanwhile, rank 28th in the majors in this category, drawing a walk every 14.3 PA. The White Sox used a mix of their Cuban club tradition and new-school technology to lure prized prospect Luis Robert . General manager Rick Hahn said he's heard comparisons to Hall of Famers, first-overall draft picks, perennial MVP candidates and active All-Stars like Adam Jones and Lorenzo Cain.

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  • Mike Zimmer plans to return to Minnesota June 4

    Mike Zimmer plans to return to Minnesota June 4

    He was told by the team to head home to his ranch in Kentucky this week and skip the team's voluntary practices to reduce the stress on a right eye that has had eight surgeries. "Usually I love it down here in my place but I don't love it too much this week". Despite the progress he's made, Zimmer conceded that Bridgewater still has a "long ways to go".

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  • Coutinho Doubles Down on Liverpool Commitment

    Coutinho and Jurgen Klopp have both recently played down such speculation but Tite has told Sport that it is logical that Barcelona would want Coutinho to link up with compatriot Neymar. Phil has a five-year contract and Liverpool are under no financial constraints in which we'd have to accept a whopping bid - even a world-record one.

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  • Lionel Messi's 21-month prison sentence upheld by Spanish Supreme Court

    Lionel Messi's 21-month prison sentence upheld by Spanish Supreme Court

    Don't worry Messi fans, the 29-year-old may not be serving a prison sentence after all as according to the Spanish law, a tax prison sentence under two years can be served under probation. The investigation focuses on "money laundering in companies linked to the image rights of the Brazilian football team", police added. Businessman Rosell, 53, was manager of sporting goods giants Nike in Brazil and oversaw the contract for the national team to wear the United States brand, before taking ...

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  • The Patriots just signed a guy out of Columbia grad school

    The Patriots just signed a guy out of Columbia grad school

    Andrew Hawkins asked to be released by the Browns and now finds himself with the Patriots. His best season came in 2014 when he eclipsed 820 yards and scored two touchdowns. "I have my work cut out for me, it's an opportunity, and that's how I'm approaching it: Go in there, seeing how I stack up with the best, and try to earn my keep and prove my worth".

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  • Monaco starlet Kylian Mbappe makes future statement

    Monaco starlet Kylian Mbappe makes future statement

    The post Monaco Vice-President Vadim Vasilyev Not Interested In Selling Kylian Mbappe appeared first on 360Nobs.com . The Monaco sensation, 18, has been incredible for the French giants this season. Mbappe, dubbed the new Thierry Henry, has been linked to Real Madrid and Manchester United and it would be hard for Monaco to resist an eye-watering offer for the 18-year-old.

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