• Steph Curry On That

    Steph Curry On That "Unity" Sports Illustrated Cover: "That Was Terrible"

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    The cover comes after this weekend's events when President Donald Trump called National Football League protestors "sons of bitches", argued that the National Football League should create a rule banning players from kneeling, and also disinvited Curry from the traditional White House visit that champions make.
  • Dwyane Wade Will Sign With The Cleveland Cavaliers

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    They'll be grinding together on a daily basis now. Sources: Dwyane Wade has reached agreement on a one-year, $2.3M deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers . "It would be great for our team to have another championship-mentality player on our team". But there's other areas that I've been able to be there, to help him think about things a certain way.
  • Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone: Antonio Conte is better than me

    Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone: Antonio Conte is better than me

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    Hazard, recently back from injury, was in scintillating form for Chelsea and supplied the cross for Morata's equaliser after Antoine Griezmann had opened the scoring for Atletico Madrid . It was a slice of good fortune that would afford them that chance, as late into the half David Luiz was adjudged to have pulled the shirt of Lucas at a corner, the referee punishing him for that misdeed by awarding the home side a spot kick.
  • India vs Australia: David Warner to play his 100th ODI today

    India vs Australia: David Warner to play his 100th ODI today

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    India won the first ODI in Chennai by 26 runs (DLS) before winning the second game in Kolkata by 50 runs. While batting has always been their strength, India pacers too have impressed with the ball. Australia will be forced into at least one switch, though, with slow left-arrmer Ashton Agar breaking his finger, leg-spinner Adam Zampa the most likely candidate to come in.
  • Pakistan vs Sri Lanka trophy unveiled at Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium

    Pakistan vs Sri Lanka trophy unveiled at Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium

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    Playing without Younis and Misbah is unaccustomed territory for Pakistan , who haven't had a test featuring either of the talismanic, prolific pair in seven years. If a comparison is drawn between the two teams in last decade, Sri Lanka have a slight edge over Pakistan with five victories against four in 14 Test matches.
  • Jose Mourinho: 'Manchester United are nearly there'

    Jose Mourinho: 'Manchester United are nearly there'

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    United's 4-1 victory away to CSKA Moscow was hugely impressive in the city where the club recorded its last Champions League title, nearly 10 years ago. Indeed, with both squads in Moscow on Champions League duty this week, the United boss bumped into prominent Spirit of Shankly member Stephen Monaghan at a hotel and posed for a photo.
  • Trump thinks National Football League should create a rule that bans kneeling during anthem

    Trump thinks National Football League should create a rule that bans kneeling during anthem

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    It's uncalled for, especially due to all the other things we have going on in the world. "That's what I'm so proud of these guys for, they did both and did it in a way when people really stop and think about it, makes a lot of sense". The US president did note that Dallas players stood when "The Star Spangled Banner " played. (AAP) Oakland Athletics' Mark Canha (20) places his hand on the shoulder of Bruce Maxwell as Maxwell kneels during the national anthem for the third consecutive ...
  • Cubs beat Cardinals to clinch second consecutive NL Central title

    Cubs beat Cardinals to clinch second consecutive NL Central title

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    The St. Louis Cardinals (83-74) are now 5-5 in their last 10 games and coming off the recent win over Chicago. Chicago stopped his streak of winning seven consecutive starts, the longest by any Cardinals rookie since Ted Wilks in 1944. But the Cubs held strong, and now find themselves back in familiar territory. Cardinals: Jose Martinez, who is out with sprained left thumb, will attempt to take some swings Tuesday to see if he can return to action this week.
  • Chelsea right to sell Costa as Zola talks up Morata

    Chelsea right to sell Costa as Zola talks up Morata

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    Chelsea kick-started the 2017/18 champions league campaign with the whit washing of Qarabag, while Atletico were held by Roma in their first group game. It is a very important game in the league. Hazard was heavily involved in all of Chelsea's risky play, creating seven chances, and the Belgian's performance was lauded by Conte.
  • USA says it's not pushing for regime change in NKorea

    USA says it's not pushing for regime change in NKorea

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    The White House called North Korea's statement "absurd" on Monday. "No nation has the right to fire on other nations' aircraft or ships in global airspace or waters". In his first United Nations speech, Trump threatened to destroy Korea if it attacks the USA or its allies. In response , the U.S. has led two recent rounds of United Nations sanctions on the regime, winning support from China - North Korea's top trading partner - and Russian Federation.
  • Griezmann shoulders blame for Atletico defeat to Chelsea

    Griezmann shoulders blame for Atletico defeat to Chelsea

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    Atletico coach Diego Simeone has likened Atletico's new home to the Circus Maximus in Rome and the team's famously vociferous fans made a noise fitting of the biggest game in the stadium's short existence, but Chelsea soon calmed the atmosphere.