• Heat still confident entering Game 5 despite 3-1 deficit

    Heat still confident entering Game 5 despite 3-1 deficit

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    The Sixers secured two hugely impressive wins on the road to hold a commanding 3-1 lead and are looking to finish the job off on their home floor. These three games have already been a massive roller coaster ride for Sixers fans after seeing their beloved team make the playoffs for the first time since 2012.
  • Bayern Munich, Real Madrid Renew Rivalry on Champions League Stage

    Bayern Munich, Real Madrid Renew Rivalry on Champions League Stage

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    With AP Photos. Bayern Munich and Real Madrid are back at it in the Champions League semifinals. "We have to focus on Wednesday's match to turn this around". Their most recent meeting went Madrid's way, thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo . In the 2017/2018 campaign, Ronaldo has scored 15 goals in 10 games.
  • United States college golfer gets goosed on course

    United States college golfer gets goosed on course

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    And it was not happy. Now imagine how hard the game becomes when you're being attacked by a goose. The insane moment occurred during a high school tournament in MI recently, with Blissfield High School taking on Concord High School. However, one guard goose didn't think the team was far enough away and attacked. "At no point in my life, I never thought golf would be fun or exciting till yesterday", he wrote on Facebook .
  • Spurs hold off Warriors to avoid a series sweep

    Spurs hold off Warriors to avoid a series sweep

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    Though its odds of becoming the first team in National Basketball Association history to come back from a 3-0 series deficit are close to zero, San Antonio could at least delay an offseason filled with questions by winning Sunday. Rudy Gay scored 14 points for San Antonio , Dejounte Murray had 12 and Kyle Anderson added 10. The Warriors continued to shoot poorly from the field.
  • Flyers' Couturier could play must-win Game 5

    Flyers' Couturier could play must-win Game 5

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    Even as some of the gray-haired heroes of those prehistoric Stanley Cup days watched from the rafters in South Philadelphia , angry fans spotted the ice with beer cans. That was the telltale sign that Malkin would not play in the Penguins' 8-5 victory at the Wells Fargo Center. Looking forward to it: Hard to believe given Philadelphia's long-time reputation, but the Penguins' next playoff opponent will be more physical than the Flyers were.
  • Everton edge past Newcastle at home

    Everton edge past Newcastle at home

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    Theo Walcott netted the lone goal shortly after half-time as the hosts' only shot on target proved enough to end a three-game winless run. Newcastle's recent good run has lifted them well clear of relegation trouble and their safety is virtually assured already, even if the point they need to guarantee it eluded them on Merseyside.
  • Jae Crowder ejected after Thunder-Jazz scuffle

    Jae Crowder ejected after Thunder-Jazz scuffle

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    Then Jae Crowder was ejected with a technical foul with 5:30 remaining in the fourth quarter. "We're not backing down but at the same time we know we have to be ready for a fight and respond". "Guys get physical doing certain things. I think if we get caught up in that it takes us out of our own game and our play showed tonight that we really just focused on each other and made the right plays when we needed to".
  • FA Cup: Conte speaks on facing Mourinho in final

    FA Cup: Conte speaks on facing Mourinho in final

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    This content is restricted to site members. After booking their place in next month's showdown by brushing aside Southampton 2-0, the wily Italian fox used his press conference to begin the mind games against his rival Jose Mourinho by insisting that United would be the favourites at Wembley on May 19.
  • Sanchez lifts lid on tough beginning to life at Old Trafford

    Sanchez lifts lid on tough beginning to life at Old Trafford

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    Sanchez produced his best performance for United to date at Wembley, getting United back into the game with a fine header after Dele Alli's early opener. Mourinho challenged Sanchez to keep doing the basics well to take his game to new heights following victory over Spurs and the 29-year-old revealed both men have taken time to adapt to their new working relationship.
  • Champions League: Liverpool vs Roma: Klopp sends strong message to Reds fans

    Champions League: Liverpool vs Roma: Klopp sends strong message to Reds fans

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    Roma warmed up for Tuesday's trip to Anfield by beating SPAL 3-0 in Serie A , though Di Francesco scoffed at the idea he may have used that game as preparation for Liverpool . The case will not be heard by UEFA's disciplinary body until May 31 - after the Champions League final - meaning any sanctions would apply only next season.