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  • Wizards win on Wall's 3-pointer, forcing a Game 7

    Wizards win on Wall's 3-pointer, forcing a Game 7

    As a team, the Celtics shot 40 percent from the field and 11 of 35 from the three-point line as they put together their best performance on the road in this series only to fall painfully short. Washington's season will last for at least one more game and in that excitement, the Wizards' players had no idea what to do. An extra second is all the time in the world for a guy like Thomas, who came dangerously close to make that contested, fading triple.

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  • Vettel laments Russian GP grid getaway

    Big congratulations to Valtteri. " But in the joy of Valtteri's first win, the result was also a reminder that we still have work to do ." . He has been fast all weekend. "The direction he was able to go I wasn't able to go basically and I don't properly understand why". His win might have been a long time coming, but when it finally did arrive, it was a commanding one.

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  • Rayados lanza video motivacional previo al partido ante Tigres

    Mientras que también golearon 5-2 a Santos y 4-0 a los Tiburones Rojos en el Apertura 2016; así como 4-1 a Querétaro y con el mismo marcador a Jaguares en el presente Clausura 2017. Ismael Sosa: "Contento por colaborar con dos asistencias". El delantero galo sumó su octavo gol en los últimos seis partidos de Tigres . "La serie va 4-1, van a ir a buscar el partido, tenemos tiempo para trabajar, importante va a ser la actitud, la entrega, lo más importante es el equipo que uno, si ...

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  • Dbacks' Iannetta has stitches in lip, fractured teeth, nose

    He added that the team should know more about Iannetta's status on Saturday. He has given up more than two earned runs in a game twice and more than three only once while posting five quality starts, second in the NL. In defeating the Pirates 11-4 before 21,911 in Chase Field Friday night, their offensive dominance of the opposition continues. Brian Dozier and Miguel Sano crushed solo shots and Joe Mauer singled in a run for Minnesota, which hung on to deal the White Sox a season-high fifth ...

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  • Real Madrid vs. Juventus in the Champions League final

    Real Madrid vs. Juventus in the Champions League final

    As I've mentioned before, I quite like how straightforward Zidane is when he talks to the press. "We were talking after the game and I asked him how he got out of there". Atletico were slack in defence, ineffective in attack and misplaced passes in the middle of the field as Real went a long way towards booking a place in the final which will be held in Cardiff.

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  • Man City beats Leicester 2-1 after bizarre penalty incident

    Guardiola said: "The shot was a little bit odd and when I saw the reaction from (goalkeeper) Willy (Caballero) I understood immediately it was two touches and the referee was so fearless to interpret the rule". Fernando Llorente and Kyle Naughton were both on target for the Swans, with the Welsh outfit on 38 points with one game left, the same as Crystal Palace, which has a superior goal difference.

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  • Greinke flirts with no-hitter, dominates Pirates

    Polanco hit a broken-bat dribbler down the third base line for a single and David Freese followed with a single that ricocheted off Walker's left shin and into right center as Polanco took third. Reds 3, Giants 2: Zack Cozart had two extra-base hits, including an RBI double in the top of the eighth that scored the victor, as visiting Cincinnati defeated San Francisco.

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  • Michael Carrick

    Michael Carrick "desperate" to win Europa League

    Antonio Valencia is set to be involved having been left out of the squad entirely for Sunday's match. Mourinho instead put all his eggs into the Europa League basket, with his side taking a 1-0 advantage back to Old Trafford from Vigo last week, and he explained it as "the difference between 4th, 5th, 6th, the difference is just to qualify for the Champions League but no trophy, no title, no honour, no prestige, nothing at all".

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  • San Antonio book date with Golden State in the West

    Leonard, who sustained the injury in the third quarter of Game 5 against the Rockets , was sidelined late in the fourth quarter and in overtime of the Spurs' 110-107 win on Tuesday. "He just has a presence about him, he has a confidence", Popovich said. Leonard isn't capable of doing what James did a year ago, and the Spurs will be Golden State's next victim.

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  • Mourinho confirms Romero to start over De Gea in Europa League final

    Mourinho confirms Romero to start over De Gea in Europa League final

    We suffered until the end and it was open until the last second. Ajax, meanwhile, looked to have killed their tie against Lyon following their 4-1 win in last week's home leg when Kasper Dolberg gave them a 27th-minute lead. We have three Premier League matches to play in that time. Every day we train, every three days we have a game and we've had a lot of games this season.

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  • Liverpool have three finals left - Mignolet eyes top four-finish

    The stalemate persisted till Emre Can stepped up to the plate in first half stoppage time. I can't see them winning both games, and the Gunners aren't in great form either. "We accepted that a lot had to change in this type of game", he said . "Everything is in our hands". "I thought we started really well and then we had to change Phil - a really important player - and then you have Adam Lallana on the bench who had only trained twice with the team after four weeks [out], so not really ...

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  • Chivas cierra preparación con Ángel Zaldívar en la práctica

    Estamos convencidos del trabajo que estamos haciendo y estamos enfocados en que no nos hagan gol y arriba hacer lo mejor". La escuadra que dirige José Guadalupe Cruz concluyó sus entrenamientos de cara a la vuelta de cuartos de final del Torneo Clausura 2017 de la Liga MX en el que se verán las caras con Chivas este domingo a las 18:06 horas en el estadio de Chivas .

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  • Isaiah Thomas rips Draymond Green for Kelly Olynyk comments

    In Game 4, Thomas contested 12 Washington shots, the same number as Celtics guards Avery Bradley, Marcus Smart, and Terry Rozier combined. He had words for Boston big man Kelly Olynyk after his run-in with Washington swingman Kelly Oubre ended up getting Oubre suspended.

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  • Capitals top Penguins, force Game 7

    THE EASTER EPIC: Technically, Game 7 of the 1987 Patrick Division semifinals began on April 18. Probably not for the Washington Capitals and Anaheim Ducks. "I think they're the better team right now, so hopefully they play that way". Burakovsky's goal in Game 6 also illustrated Washington's renewed dedication to going hard to the net.

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  • Russian, South Korean presidents hold telephone conversation

    South Korean President Moon Jae-in has expressed his gratitude to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi a day after the Indian leader tweeted in the Korean language to congratulate Moon on his election. Mr Moon told Mr Abe to "look straight at history" and not make the past "a barrier". That contrasted with its one-sentence Korean-language report of the election of Mr Moon's conservative predecessor Park Geun-Hye in 2012, which did not mention her name or her support.

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  • Nadal snaps winless streak vs Djokovic to reach Madrid final

    Nadal snaps winless streak vs Djokovic to reach Madrid final

    Andy Murray " s straight-sets loss to Borna Coric in last 16 of the Madrid Open this week was widely reported as a "shock' defeat for the World No 1 - but for those who have been closely following his faltering start to 2017, the result felt more inevitable than it did surprising.

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  • Cricket Australia threat to not pay players in wages row

    Cricket Australia threat to not pay players in wages row

    The escalating tension between Cricket Australia and players has reached new heights after chief executive James Sutherland threatened in an explosive email that they would not be paid beyond June 30 unless they accepted the governing body's proposed overhaul of player remuneration.

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  • Fernando Alonso labels stunning P7 'a gift' for McLaren

    Fernando Alonso labels stunning P7 'a gift' for McLaren

    Alonso marked a cautiously optimistic tone about the race on Sunday, when his vehicle will have a much tougher test of its more than questionable reliability. Alonso's last race win, his 32nd, came here at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in 2013 while driving for Ferrari . "It has to be a combination of the two", said Alonso when asked if his strong performance was down to the driver or auto.

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  • Final against Juventus will be special, says Zidane

    The furthest an English side progressed in the Champions League this season was Leicester, who reached the quarter-finals. Real's Champions League triumphs in 2014 and 2016 have distracted from rivals Barcelona's creeping domination in the league.

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  • Browns rookie Peppers defends reputation amid drug talk

    Browns rookie Peppers defends reputation amid drug talk

    Players sometimes over-hydrate to mask drug use. "He's chomping at the bit and ready to go". "I mean, people can say whatever they want to say, " Peppers said. And, apparently, the Browns requested a copy of the first segment where Parr initially accused Peppers. "I was working out for two position groups (at the combine) and I was informed to hydrate".

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  • Chelsea enjoy double title delight as Under-18s crowned Premier League champions

    Chelsea enjoy double title delight as Under-18s crowned Premier League champions

    Twenty four hours after the Blues claimed the title in what has been dubbed impressive run, analysts have shifted focus to assessing the contribution of each player to the sweet story. He is the first player since Eric Cantona in 1992 and 1993 to win successive championships with different clubs in the English top-flight. The Hornets are having a torrid end to the season and can't buy a win on the road, suffering six consecutive defeats away from home, and Bet 365 are giving odds of 2/7 for ...

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  • Alexis Sanchez falls just short of Premier League record

    Alexis Sanchez falls just short of Premier League record

    It's some turnaround from a month ago, when Arsenal lost at Crystal Palace 3-0 and Wenger's future was looking bleak amid strong criticism from a section of fans. Wenger's current deal at the Emirates expires in June and Quinn feels if he achieves those objectives he will sign a new contract. Liverpool have played the same number of games as Arsenal and look the team the most susceptible to be overtaken by Wenger's men, who now have the same goal difference.

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  • NFL Draft "Day Three" Recap: Harlow & Decoud Come Off The Board

    That said, the Cleveland Browns raked in three first round picks. Philadelphia is embracing the NFL Draft this year, as Philly fans often do with their sporting events and teams. 4 continued the trend of elite running backs getting the love they deserve in Round 1. But I've used this wine analogy before: You know pretty well from a barrel-tasting what a particular vintage is going to develop into, and if the Bears don't know until three years from now what they have in Mitch Trubisky, ...

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  • Iraqi forces paramilitary units push to border areas with Syria

    Iraqi forces paramilitary units push to border areas with Syria

    Mosul, 400 km north of the Iraqi capital Baghdad, has been under IS control since June 2014, when government forces abandoned their weapons and fled, enabling IS militants to take control of parts of Iraq's northern and western regions. People speak of conditions that are desperate and worsening. Displaced Iraqis leave western Mosul's al-Islah al-Zaraye neighborhood on May 13, 2017 during a military offensive to retake the area from Daesh terrorists.

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  • Champions League: 'Unique' Ronaldo lauded by Zidane

    Champions League: 'Unique' Ronaldo lauded by Zidane

    Atletico also lost the final in 1974, to Bayern Munich. But the Frenchman is not letting his guards down yet. He won another Champions League game with his hat-trick goals. "I think we did very well and deserved the result . We played well from start to finish and the goals came naturally". There's no such thing as an easy game in football.

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  • Nadal defeats Djokovic to reach Madrid Open Final

    Nadal defeats Djokovic to reach Madrid Open Final

    After a decent start to the season, where he played three hard court finals - including Australian Open and the Miami Masters - Nadal looks comfortable on his preferred turf and is easily the man to beat till the clay season culminates. "It means a lot because it gives me confidence for the bigger tournaments". "His quality was very high and he managed to do whatever he wanted, especially in the first set".

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  • JD Martinez's 2nd homer lifts Tigers over Angels

    JD Martinez's 2nd homer lifts Tigers over Angels

    Martinez was the first Tiger to strike, drilling a second-inning fastball to left for a two-run homer. "It was one of those days where I didn't have much going", he said. Three home runs tonight from the Tigers would be the deadly 1-2-3 combo that put the Halos in a bad spot, no matter how hard Mike Trout and Albert Pujols tried to save the day.

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  • Rory McIlroy injury concern after second round at Sawgrass

    Rory McIlroy injury concern after second round at Sawgrass

    RORY MCILROY: Yeah, yeah, I know, exactly. I think I birdied two of the par-fives, but it's a golf course where it is hard to hit it close, you're firing away from pins quite a lot and you're just sort of trying to bide your time and stay patient, especially on a windy day like today.

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  • Clock error cost Celtics time on final play

    Boston head coach Brad Stevens proved why he's considered one of the most creative play callers in the National Basketball Association, setting up the flawless in-bound play that gave Celtics forward Al Horford an open jumper that gave Boston a 91-89 lead with seven seconds left.

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