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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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  • Usmanov makes £1bn Arsenal takeover bid

    Reports in Usmanov's homeland (via the Sun ) claim that he is set to double his offer to buy out the man dubbed "Silent Stan" after becoming concerned over the manner in which the Gunners are now being run by the American. Mr Usmanov is not planning on disposing of his stake and the offer to buy out Mr Kroenke came from a desire to work co-operatively and strengthen the team, one of these people said.

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  • Pochettino vows that Spurs will keep fighting for league title

    It was the first time Mauricio Pochettino's side had trailed in a league game in a month and the damage would have been heavier had Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris not made a diving save to deny Jonathan Calleri. "With Mousa we lose and we win with different players". He said: "It will be a very important game, the last at White Hart Lane against Manchester United with the possibility of finishing at White Hart Lane in the best way".

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  • Source says Lonzo Ball uncertain on non-Lakers workouts

    Source says Lonzo Ball uncertain on non-Lakers workouts

    Los Angeles secured the second overall pick. The Celtics owned the pick by virtue of a 2013 trade with the Nets, who had the NBA's worst record last season. Though the Nuggets missed out on their slim chance to move to the top of the draft, they will still have an opportunity to add considerable talent from what is considered a deep pool of prospects.

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  • NASCAR's Regan Smith replaces injured Almirola in Charlotte

    NASCAR's Regan Smith replaces injured Almirola in Charlotte

    Smith, a one-time teammate of Almirola at now-defunct Dale Earnhardt Inc., and veteran of 211 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series starts, has been tabbed as a substitute before, notably replacing Tony Stewart at Watkins Glen in 2014 the night after Stewart struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr.in a sprint vehicle race.

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  • Maria Sharapova to play in Aegon Classic Birmingham

    Sharapova committed to the Aegon Classic for this year and next year in return for a wild card, British Lawn Tennis Association chief executive Michael Downey said. As revealed by The Times last week, the LTA have given Sharapova one of the four available wild cards after her ranking of No 258 on May 8 was too low to gain direct entry.

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  • Davis homers twice in extra innings, Orioles edge Tigers

    Davis homers twice in extra innings, Orioles edge Tigers

    The worst case scenario for Tigers fans is if the team continues this up and down roller coaster they are on and they begin to fall out of playoff contention in July, then you can bet that the J.D. Gerrit Cole shut down the best offense in the majors, holding the Washington Nationals to three hits in seven innings to win for the first time in a month as the Pittsburgh Pirates eased to a 6-1 victory.

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  • 'We know they will be tough'

    Wales were drawn in Pool D , alongside Australia - for a second successive World Cup - Georgia and "America 2", while Scotland and Ireland are in Pool A , alongside hosts Japan and a play-off victor. We will have to wait and see. Japan will be reunited with the Scots, who they lost to as they exited in the pool stage in 2015. When does the 2019 Rugby World Cup start? Australia , twice champions and the 2015 runners-up, will become reacquainted with Wales in Pool D , ...

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  • Twitter explodes as Manchester United reach UEFA Europa League Final

    Twitter explodes as Manchester United reach UEFA Europa League Final

    Mourinho and United already have one cup and could have a second with the Europa League their only real route to the UCL, so I think it is down to us. Explaining his decision, Mourinho insisted he will continue to make major changes for each of the club's last three league matches up until the final against Ajax in 10 days.

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  • Spanish Grand Prix: Crying child highlights new face of Formula One

    Spanish Grand Prix: Crying child highlights new face of Formula One

    Bottas' slight nudge of Raikkonen caused a chain-reaction, sending Raikkonen into Verstappen. "I got hit on the right rear corner, I think it was Bottas, and then obviously the vehicle jumped because of that and I went into Max". "I haven't see the images, but the reason was I got hit from behind and then ended up touching with Max". "I tried to go around the outside as there was plenty of room there." explained Verstappen after the race.

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  • Jose Mourinho vows to make 'lots of changes' ahead of Ajax final

    The United boss made eight changes to the team that saw off Celta Vigo in the Europa League on Thursday to set up a final against Ajax on May 24, and saw his side beaten 2-1 to end their top-four hopes. "They are friends and they support each other all the time". "I don't know the incident, I didn't see", Mourinho said. Rooney could start from a deeper role than he has normally employed under Mourinho as United rest a number of key first-teamers ahead of the Europa League final against ...

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  • Maria Sharapova on course for Wimbledon after opening win in Rome

    Maria Sharapova on course for Wimbledon after opening win in Rome

    She may receive a main draw wild card but many believe that it is more likely that she will be given a wild card into the qualifying draw. "Oh, is it? See, I think maybe you guys assume that I know these things, but I genuinely want to take care of each and every single week, and every single match is a priority for me", Sharapova said.

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  • Arsene Wenger refuses to criticise West Ham over performance against Liverpool

    The north Londoners must win their remaining two matches and hope either City or Liverpool slip up in order to maintain Wenger's 20-year record of finishing in the top four. "We can only influence our own behaviour and take care of ourselves, not judge too much the others". It remains to be seen whether Sanchez will still be at Arsenal next season as he has just over a year remaining on his current contract at the club.

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  • We Deserve To Win The Premier League- Antonio Conte

    Fabregas' improved displays have followed the same trajectory as Chelsea's , Conte says. "It's great for me, it's great for my players and it's great for the club to see this atmosphere". A win at the Hawthorns on Friday against West Brom will guarantee Chelsea this season's Premier League title. Despite enjoying shutouts in their last two Premier League matches against Everton and Middlesborough, Thibaut Courtois shouldn't expect such an easy ride this time around.

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  • Yankees-Astros play 2 on Jeter's day

    Yankees-Astros play 2 on Jeter's day

    Got it?" Instead, the Yankees will finish up the series against the Astros tomorrow with a doubleheader. You're not going to hit two and three home runs every game. The Yankees had momentum after they opened the inning with four straight hits and then an intentional walk. Morton takes a three-game winning streak into Sunday night after allowing one earned run and five hits in 5 2/3 innings against the Atlanta Braves on Tuesday .

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  • Barcelona's title quest hit by untimely defensive crisis ahead of Las Palmas

    Barcelona's title quest hit by untimely defensive crisis ahead of Las Palmas

    Barcelona still harbour ambitions of a league and cup double, and Enrique insists his side believe they can win more than one piece of silverware. "Those are two hard stadiums to play in". Defender Pedro Bigas had given the hosts hope when he made it 2-1, and Las Palmas were adamant that Barcelona should have been reduced to 10 men in the eighth minute.

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  • Mourinho on top four as Arsenal, Man City and Liverpool scrap

    Antonio Conte's side have held on to top spot since mid-December and Monday's win over Middlesbrough ensured they will travel to the midlands knowing victory will see them crowned champions with two games to spare. "We need to make sure we are ready to take advantage of that". "You have to look at the games we played against Chelsea", Klopp said. Chelsea will secure their fifth Premier League title if they win at The Hawthorns.

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  • Police from three states hunt for Justice Karnan

    Police from three states hunt for Justice Karnan

    At this, the counsel said that he was appearing for Justice Karnan and produced the waqalatnama, or authorisation, by him, and said it had been notorised in Chennai . Calcutta High Court judge Justice C S Karnan on Thursday sought relief from the Supreme Court in the contempt of court matter. Justice Karnan's close aide W Peter Ramesh Kumar told The Indian Express that there is a possibility that he might have fled to "Nepal or Bangladesh" and that he may have taken the road.

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  • Brewers 11, Red Sox 7

    Brewers 11, Red Sox 7

    Devers is the first Sea Dog position player to win Player of the Week honors since July 25-31, 2016 when the award went to Andrew Benintendi who now plays for the parent club in Boston. Thames RBI tied him for the team lead with Shaw at 25, but just like last night, Shaw re-took the lead, this time with an RBI fielder's choice, plating Thames.

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  • Razorbacks Earn Record APR

    Razorbacks Earn Record APR

    Additionally, 13 of OU's 19 athletics programs recorded a multiyear April score above the NCAA Division I national average for those sports, and five OU programs - women's basketball, women's golf, women's gymnastics, rowing and women's tennis - registered ideal multiyear April scores of 1,000 to pace the Big 12 in those sports.

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  • Penguins' Hagelin a game-time decision for Game 2 vs. Caps

    Fleury made 34 saves including 16 in the first period as the Penguins beat the Capitals 6-2. Kunitz appeared in his 107th playoff game, tying Hall of Famer/co-owner Mario Lemieux for fifth on the Penguins' career list. After a smattering of boos for the first goal, Verizon Center fell silent. But when Washington went to first intermission with the game tied at 0-0, frustration allowed them to unravel over the next 40 minutes.

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  • Real Madrid close on Atletico teenager Theo Hernandez

    However, the transfer will apparently only be announced officially after the Copa del Rey final, in which Hernandez and Alaves will take on Barcelona. In addition, the prospect of a move to Real could be dented by Atletico's reluctance to do business with their biggest rivals. Despite some Spanish claims it's a fight between those two for Theo, the player's agent has made clear it's not.

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  • Capitals overwhelm Penguins 5-2 to force Game 7

    Only twice during the regular season did Pittsburgh lose when entering the third with a lead. He finished with just one goal and one assist in 12 playoff games, one of the biggest disappointments in another early exit for Washington . In Saturday's game, Washington had eight chances to Pittsburgh's five, and Fleury was tested 19 times from mid- and high-danger areas. Defenseman Ron Hainsey went to boards to retrieve a loose puck in the Penguins end only to get checked by Burakovsky, who ...

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  • IPL-10: Punjab eye desperate win against Gujarat

    For KXIP, Sandeep Sharma was impressive yet again returning figures of 2-29, while Maxwell and Natarajan (who bowled a sloppy final over) chipped in with a wicket each. The Lions might have sensed an opportunity to pull things back when the partnership was broken, but Amla did not allow the Lions bowlers to dictate terms.

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  • Newcastle win Championship, Blackburn relegated on dramatic final day

    Newcastle win Championship, Blackburn relegated on dramatic final day

    Blackburn Rovers fans are dejected after the final whistle during their English Championship soccer match against Brentford at Griffin Park, London, Sunday, May 7, 2017. The Venkys have let the club down. Blackburn had lifted themselves out of the drop zone earlier in the day thanks to Mulgrew's superb free-kick into the top corner.

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  • Wizards' Oubre suspended for Game 4 for knocking over Olynyk

    The Raptors trail the series 3-0. Before you point to the Bulls series to show how the Celtics are comfortable in a 2-2 series, take a closer look at what is happening, because that is a completely different scenario. The Rockets hit 19 threes on 44.2 percent shooting from deep, ( well above the 30.8 percent they shot in Game 3). It is one thing to lose the way Washington did in Boston, knowing that they were at some point in a position to win.

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  • Barcelona's Neymar to stand trial in fraud case

    Barcelona's Neymar to stand trial in fraud case

    Neymar's arrival from Brazil's Santos has been a huge success for the Spanish champions on the pitch but a judicial nightmare off it. Neymar's move to the Camp Nou has been the subject of much scrutiny from authorities in Spain and Brazil.

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  • Back home, Preds eager to rebound off 1st post-season loss

    Every day during the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Canes Country recaps the night before, previews the games for that night, and gives you times and broadcast information. The Nashville Predators are only two wins from advancing to their first trip to the Western Conference finals. Joel Edmundson scored with 3:49 left as St.

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  • Penguins' Sidney Crosby hit in head vs. Capitals, leaves game

    He ran into Niskanen, who delivered a cross-check to Crosby's head while number 87 went down. Niskanen was given a five-minute major and a game misconduct penalty, which meant that he was kicked out of the game. The league could not look at this play and see Niskanen as a reckless player who was trying to hurt the top player in the NHL. Niskanen allowed it looked "really bad" when he caught the replay, but stressed there was no malicious intent.

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