• Pistons acquire PG Nelson from Bulls

    Pistons acquire PG Nelson from Bulls

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    Nelson, a veteran in his 13th year in the league, should prove capable of running an offense and generate the desired chemistry coach Stan Van Gundy has been looking for. Reed is also in the process of serving a six-game suspension due to a domestic violence case stemming from this past summer. They are now tied with the Philadelphia 76ers for the eight seed and whomever wins that race will face Boston in the first-round of the playoffs based on the current standings.
  • Robinson expects Wales to cause England problems

    Robinson expects Wales to cause England problems

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    Wales were the last team to beat England in a Six Nations Test match at Twickenham, winning 19-12 six years ago when centre Scott Williams scored a try five minutes from time. "If they can keep the white wall and let the big dogs make some big tackles around the fringes to stop Wales' momentum, then England have got a chance of coming out of the blocks fast in defence and causing Wales some trouble".
  • Vomit illness blights opening of 2018 Olympic Games

    Vomit illness blights opening of 2018 Olympic Games

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    Also in the delegation will be Ri Son-Gwon, who as head of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country is the equivalent of the South's unification minister, responsible for inter-Korean affairs. In contrasting comments, Pope Francis on Wednesday praised the Olympic rapprochement. Kim has taken a more conciliatory tone in 2018, calling for detente with the South Koreans and accepting an invitation for his country to participate in what is being billed as the "peace Olympics".
  • Cavs Reveal Their Offer for DeAndre Jordan

    Cavs Reveal Their Offer for DeAndre Jordan

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    In his 47 games played for the Clippers this season, the former Texas A&M University stand-out has turned in averages of 11.5 points on 65.3 percent shooting from the field, 14.9 rebounds, and 1.2 assists. 8 a.m. ET: Here the most notable overnight developments, courtesy of ESPN's insider extraordinaire, Adrian Wojnarowski . Los Angeles and Cleveland just need to find a pathway to a deal.
  • Dana White reveals if Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor rematch could make sense

    Dana White reveals if Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor rematch could make sense

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    However, ex-UFC middleweight champ Michael Bisping believes any potential rematch inside the octagon would be a short-lived one . He tried to file this name for trademark shortly after his fight with Floyd Mayweather . According to boxing journalist Gareth A Davies, the negotiations are ongoing and he believes we're going to see the two go head to head in an MMA match.
  • North Korea to face harshest United States sanctions ever, Pence vows

    North Korea to face harshest United States sanctions ever, Pence vows

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    He spoke before heading to Pyeongchang for the Winter Olympics , which will be officially opened on Friday. "The Vice President will remind the world that everything the North Koreans do at the Olympics is a charade to cover up the fact that they are the most tyrannical and oppressive regime on the planet", the aide told Axios, adding that "at every opportunity, the VP will point out the reality of the oppression in North Korea by a regime that has enslaved its people".
  • 'CAS ruling should clear Russian Olympians of all suspicions'

    'CAS ruling should clear Russian Olympians of all suspicions'

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    They were all banned a year ago for doping at the 2014 Sochi Olympics , but those verdicts were overturned last week by CAS, sports' highest court. Their appeals against Olympic bans were fully satisfied, while the request to reexamine the cases of another 11 were only " partially upheld ".
  • Arsenal handed triple injury boost ahead of North London Derby

    Arsenal handed triple injury boost ahead of North London Derby

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    I remember there were tremendous cases here when foreign players did it, but I must say the English players have learnt very quickly and are maybe the masters now. Cech is yet to miss a Premier League game this season but Arsenal have Colombia worldwide David Ospina standing by to make his first start of the campaign.
  • Chris Paul: Don't Take LeBron James For Granted

    Chris Paul: Don't Take LeBron James For Granted

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    And then on the defensive end, it's the same thing. Whether that means he needs to read, meditate, deactivate his social media accounts or any of the things he's done alter his mindset before, only he knows. Although Cleveland owns two first-round picks to swap, the team's front office must decide whether it's worth investing in this core group or begin rebuilding for the future while not knowing if James will leave this summer for a second time in free agency.
  • Over-analysis is killing football, says Pochettino

    Over-analysis is killing football, says Pochettino

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    He said: "It was a yellow card". Tottenham's impressive performance has subsequently been overlooked as the decisions of the officials are analysed with a fine-tooth comb, and Pochettino believes paying so much attention to such issues takes away from the essence of the game.
  • Conte says players have no power at Chelsea

    Conte says players have no power at Chelsea

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    The Italian has since ordered his players to take three days off in a bid to help them recuperate, with their next match falling on the following Monday. Conte immediately responded by replacing Willian with Cesc Fabregas. Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois is in talks for a new contract at Stamford Bridge, but has said that his heart is in Madrid, and that he would be interested in a move to Real Madrid should it be a possibility.