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After the injury, National Basketball Association players came together to show their support for Hayward. Gordon Hayward suffered a fractured ankle in the first quarter of the Celtics season opener against the Cavaliers. Fans of course should class and gave Hayward a standing ovation after he departed the floor. The 27-year-old Boston forward is coming off the first All-Star season of his career, averaging 21.9 points, 5.4 rebounds and 3.5 assists a game in a breakout year.
  • Jaguars to sign Josh Lambo

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    The Jacksonville Jaguars made a kicker swap. The 26-year-old misfired on a 52-yard field goal attempt in a 23-20 overtime loss to the New York Jets on October 1 and missed a pair of 54-yard attempts in a 27-17 setback to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.
  • J&K's Kupwara: Soldier accused of braid-chopping thrashed

    J&K's Kupwara: Soldier accused of braid-chopping thrashed

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    People claim that the braid cutters have the patronage of some security agencies and "they have been assigned the job to terrorise local residents". Later, the protesters pelted stones at the forces with stones who retaliated by lobbing tear gas shells.
  • Joel Embiid Says His Minutes Restriction is 'F---ing Bull----'

    Joel Embiid Says His Minutes Restriction is 'F---ing Bull----'

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    Brett Brown didn't say a specific number of minutes for Embiid to play but did say it will be in the teens. Embiid , who played in just 31 games last season, said Brown's projection was "disappointing" on Monday, but he was much more worked up about it Tuesday.
  • SL Benfica vs Manchester United

    SL Benfica vs Manchester United

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    Pogba had started the campaign impressively, scoring twice in his opening four Premier League games, although the £89m man has been told he will not be rushed back until United are comfortable he will not suffer a relapse. Aside from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo - as both continue their respective rehabs from long-term knee injuries - a trio of key midfielders could be missing.
  • Giants Lift Rodgers-Cromartie's Suspension

    Giants Lift Rodgers-Cromartie's Suspension

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    The Giants will look to keep their winning streak alive with the help of Rodgers-Cromartie when they host the Seahawks at 4:25 p.m. ET Sunday. "I already hit him up". The post was liked by 17 of Rodgers-Cromartie's teammates, which is an indication of his popularity in the locker room. Donte Deayon, promoted from the practice squad to take Rodgers-Cromartie's spot, got the majority of the snaps as the fifth defensive back.
  • Major League Soccer team eyeing move to Austin

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    MAPFRE Stadium was the first soccer-specific stadium to open in America when it began hosting the Crew in 1999. With one week to go in the regular season, the Crew's attendance ranks 20th out of 22 teams. Austin will have votes on a possible soccer stadium in December and in June 2018. A spokesperson for the relocation effort said Tuesday morning that public funding would not be sought for a stadium.
  • Relive Anil Kumble's 'Perfect 10' on his 47th birthday

    Relive Anil Kumble's 'Perfect 10' on his 47th birthday

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    Many players including Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar , Virender Sehwag took on social media to wish Kumble. However, the former cricketer Ravi Shastri eventually became the coach who had worked with the team before Kumble took over.
  • LeBron questionable to face Irving, Celtics in Cavs' opener

    LeBron questionable to face Irving, Celtics in Cavs' opener

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    Each will play two games (home and away), with the victor decided on aggregate. Opening against the Cavs, Irving's old teammate, LeBron James , says the 25-year-old guard will be greeted in Cleveland by a better reception than LeBron James got upon his return after signing in Miami in 2010.
  • Roofers in ME stop work to respect national anthem, flag

    Roofers in ME stop work to respect national anthem, flag

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    Cossar was watching at the game watching her nephew play and says the spectators were proud of the roofers. 'Hey, look! They aren't kneeling'. Michelle Lyons Cossar spotted the men as they put their hammers down and stood up during the song, and made a decision to capture the moment on camera.