• Celtics at Wizards: Watch It!

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    It can't just be Isaiah Thomas every single night. Al Horford finished with 19 points and added seven assists and six rebounds for Boston . Oubre said after the Wizards' 123-101 loss, which gave the Celtics a 3-2 series lead, that the chants made an impression.
  • John Wall sinks Celtics in Game 6 to keep Wizards' season alive

    John Wall sinks Celtics in Game 6 to keep Wizards' season alive

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    The winners of game seven will face the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals. Isaiah Thomas had one last shot for the win, but his tightly contested, off-balance 3-pointer was off the mark as time expired. Trying to reach the East finals for the first time since 2012. They were poor from three-point range (20.8%) and bad from the foul line (61.9%). That was not the case early in Game 6.
  • Champions League is important for Liverpool's transfer dealings - Klopp

    Champions League is important for Liverpool's transfer dealings - Klopp

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    The Reds will be desperate to return to winning ways after dropping points at home against Southampton last weekend. "Can you start a player and think about 40 minutes and then change". "It was a strong game, with a strong defensive unit, and in the spirit it was very interesting, because all the players did fantastic work together.
  • USF kicks Laddarius Jackson off team after 2nd arrest on sexual battery

    USF kicks Laddarius Jackson off team after 2nd arrest on sexual battery

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    He was previously suspended from the USF football team. May. He was charged with sexual battery for the second time in less than two weeks. At the hearing, Hillsborough County judge Margaret Taylor lashed out at Jackson and USF coach Charlie Strong, questioning whether the new coach had control over his team.
  • Another strong golf field tees off at Sawgrass

    Another strong golf field tees off at Sawgrass

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    Spieth took action before he made a double-bogey on the par-4 first hole - his 10th of the day - during the first round of the Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass on Thursday. It's the best field of the year with 48 of the world's Top 50 set to play. - A year ago, Jason Day went wire-to-wire to win the Players Championship .
  • Boston move one win away from Eastern Conference Finals

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    They now stand one win away from a date with the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals. OK, you can jump off that bridge when you get to it. By the time the first period ended, the only starter on the floor was Bradley (who was cooking), and the second unit had maintained Boston's 12-point advantage.
  • Veteran coach Dick Advocaat back in charge of Holland

    Veteran coach Dick Advocaat back in charge of Holland

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    He succeeds Danny Blind, who was sacked on March 26 after a 2-0 loss against Bulgaria in the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign. The team also failed to reach last summer's European Championships. Heated words were exchanged at the press conference over why former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal or current UAE trainer Henk ten Cate were not chosen for the job.
  • Juventus beats Monaco 2-1 to reach Champions League final

    Juventus beats Monaco 2-1 to reach Champions League final

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    The creatively named Juventus Stadium is an absolute fortress - Saturday's 1-1 draw with Joe Hart's Torino ended a run of 33 successive home league wins, and that was only with a heavily rotated side. They were an unmovable force in the first leg where they stopped Monaco's free scoring forwards from breaching their defence, while Gianluigi Buffon mopped up every time the French side did manage to get into their penalty box.
  • Aaron Hernandez was Bloods gang member

    Aaron Hernandez was Bloods gang member

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    On Friday, authorities released one of those letters, which is addressed to Hernandez's fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins. Now, TMZ Sports is reporting that they have obtained a copy of the suicide note the former football player wrote to his fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez.
  • Sakho will overcome injury - Allardyce

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    Spurs were looking to get over their FA Cup exit at the hands of Chelsea over the weekend but despite having the likes of Kyle Walker and Ben Davies back in the starting XI, took time to get going. The Spurs manager responded by suggesting his team were thinking of "bigger things than only to be above Arsenal ", and everyone knew what he had in mind.
  • "Stay out of my business" - Lukaku hits back at transfer speculation

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    Former Manchester United coach Rene Muelensteen does not believe Romelu Lukaku is good enough to make the move to Old Trafford. Lukaku has recently made it clear that he will not sign a new contract at Everton and is thus widely expected to leave this summer in search of Champions League football.
  • Van Dijk will stay at Southampton next season, says Puel

    Van Dijk will stay at Southampton next season, says Puel

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    Southampton were expected to demand an astronomical fee for for van Dijk, although it seems they are now reluctant to sell at all. He has 21 Premier League appearances to his name in a side that boast one of the division's meanest defensive records, and a further eight starts in cup competitions.
  • Eddie Lacy's garage sale for charity was a huge success

    Eddie Lacy's garage sale for charity was a huge success

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    His discounted Packers gear and other household appliances drew a huge crowd, with some waiting hours to purchase items. Apparently when an National Football League player holds a garage sale, people will come. He passed for 2,323 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2016 and finished his college career as BYU's leading rushing quarterback. A resourceful neighbor tried to cash in on the large traffic at Lacy's house, advertising a "Right Next Door to Eddie Lacy Garage Sale".
  • Sharapova survives Lucic-Baroni test to set up Bouchard showdown

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    Sharapova made the semi-finals in Stuttgart in her first tournament since testing positive for meldonium at the 2016 Australian Open last week. Sharapova had 16 winners and only 10 unforced errors in her opening-round victory, her fourth since a controversial return to tennis.