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The meeting was a response to a diss track Ball wrote about Kuzma that was so personal it went in on Kuzma's biological father not being around. Kyle Kuzma (0) of the Los Angeles Lakers and Lonzo Ball (2) of the Los Angeles Lakers look on during the game against the Denver Nuggets on March 9, 2018 at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado.
  • Steven Gerrard Signs Liverpool’s Ovie Ejaria On Loan

    Steven Gerrard Signs Liverpool’s Ovie Ejaria On Loan

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    Ovie Ejaria has represented the club on two occasions in the Premier League but spent last season on loan at Sunderland - where he represented the Black Cats on eleven different occasions. "We want the players to buy into it, we want them to push and we want them to try and hit certain levels and standards that this club accepts because, unfortunately, levels haven't been hit in recent times and that's the reason why I'm here".
  • Slick Pakistan too strong for Scotland in T20I rout

    Slick Pakistan too strong for Scotland in T20I rout

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    Besides, team Pakistan is now standing on the 1st position in ICC T20I ranking where Scotland is not among top ten. Pakistan have also won consecutive T-20I series under his authoritative captaincy. The pair put on 54 in the powerplay and 60 overall before Michael Leask got Scotland a breakthrough as Shehzad charged at the offspinner off the first ball he faced from him.
  • Basketball Hall of Famer Anne Donovan has died

    Basketball Hall of Famer Anne Donovan has died

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    CT was her last coaching job and numerous Sun players were drafted by Donovan. Anne Donovan, the Basketball Hall of Famer who won a national championship at Old Dominion, two Olympic gold medals as a player and another as a coach, died Wednesday of heart failure.
  • Nakajima puts Alonso's Toyota on provisional pole at Le Mans

    Nakajima puts Alonso's Toyota on provisional pole at Le Mans

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    Nakajima lapped the dry Sarthe circuit with a fastest time of three minutes 17.270 seconds in the first two-hour night-time qualifying session. "It was more or less at the maximum with no traffic, so I can't complain", said Nakajima. Gianmaria Bruni set a blistering 3m47.504s on his first flying lap (3.3 seconds faster than last year's record-breaking pole time), before flying off the circuit at the Dunlop Bridge and into the gravel.
  • Iran stun Morocco with stoppage-time own goal

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    Chances were at a premium after the break but a well-struck effort from Morocco's Hakim Ziyech brought out a fine save from Beiranvand nine minutes from the end. The best chance of the first half fell to Iran's Sardar Azmoun , though, who bore down on goal after latching onto Omid Ebrahimi's throughabll, but his shot was too low and Munir Mohamedi saved low with his feet.
  • Virat Kohli clears YoYo test, all set to play in Ireland T20Is

    Virat Kohli clears YoYo test, all set to play in Ireland T20Is

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    But the man who scored close to 600 runs this IPL, recorded just 14 in the Yo-Yo test. Youngster, Sanju Samson too could not clear the test and was left out of India A's squad for England tour. Jasprit Bumrah, Siddharth Kaul, Washington Sundar, Yuzvendra Chahal, Manish Pandey were also seen taking the test. Kohli had to cancel his English county stint with Surrey due to a neck injury , which he sustained during the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018.
  • One-and-done rule may be gone by 2021

    One-and-done rule may be gone by 2021

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    Removing the one-and-done rule would allow top high school prospects back into the draft, meaning the first draft after the change would be loaded with two draft classes. If the rules were to change, it would undoubtedly benefit smaller-sized college teams and help them compete with the Kentucky's of the World. "Only one unprotected 2021 pick has already been traded - the pick Miami dealt to Phoenix in the 2015 Goran Dragic trade".
  • Boris Becker fights for diplomatic immunity in bankruptcy case

    Boris Becker fights for diplomatic immunity in bankruptcy case

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    The 50-year-old German - a former world number one who won six Grand Slam including three Wimbledon titles - was declared bankrupt last year over money owed to the bank Arbuthnot Latham. His photo appears on the website of the CAR's embassy in Brussels, and a caption describes him as its attache for sport, culture and humanitarian affairs.
  • India seal massive win after wickets tumble

    India seal massive win after wickets tumble

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    Ravichandran Ashwin claimed four wickets to easily break the resistance of the newcomers on day two and leave them on the verge of a chastening rout on their introduction to the five-day game. Hashmatullah Shahidi (36 not out) and captain Asghar Stanikzai (25) put on 37 runs for the fifth wicket . Shahidi was unbeaten at the end after facing 88 balls, including six boundaries.
  • New Zealand cricket legend Richard Hadlee has cancer surgery

    New Zealand cricket legend Richard Hadlee has cancer surgery

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    Sir Richard had previously been diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, which causes his heart to beat irregularly. Hadlee's wife, Lady Dianne confirmed his health situation on Wednesday, saying the former New Zealand bowler's operation went "extremely well".
  • Real Madrid makes first signing under new coach Lopetegui

    Real Madrid makes first signing under new coach Lopetegui

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    FC's Stewart Robson breaks down the latest transfer rumours surrounding Paul Pogba, Rafinha and more in Rumour Rater. However, the youngster will make the move to Spain at the end of the 2018/19 season, then joining up with new Madrid manager Julen Lopetegui.
  • Granit Xhaka signs new Arsenal contract as Unai Emery hails 'important' player

    Granit Xhaka signs new Arsenal contract as Unai Emery hails 'important' player

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    Lichtsteiner and Xhaka will be key to Switzerland's hopes at this summer's World Cup. The 25-year-old midfielder, a member of Switzerland's World Cup squad, featured in all 38 Premier League matches last season. "I've known Granit now for more than six or seven years, so he's just an incredible player", Lichtsteiner said. Xhaka shook off an injury scare before the World Cup and is set to be involved for Switzerland in their opening Russian Federation 2018 clash with Brazil on Sunday.
  • England get early breakthrough against Australia

    England get early breakthrough against Australia

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    Australia's first global action since March's ball-tampering scandal that saw Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft suspended ended in a defeat that would have been more comprehensive, save for England's errant batting. Top-order batsman Cameron Bancroft, who applied sandpaper to the ball, was given a nine-month ban. Australia struggled for fluency throughout, feeling the injury absence of bowling trio Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood just as much as their three ...
  • Bairstow says England can cope with No.1 tag

    Bairstow says England can cope with No.1 tag

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    Australia are yet to finalise their team but England will welcome back Jos Buttler with Sam Billings dropping out of the side following Sunday's shock loss to Scotland in Edinburgh. "When that moment [the ball-tampering] happened, as a past player and lover of Australia , I almost died". "If I play cards with my 12-year-old daughter Gracie, then we sledge each other, or call it banter or call it chat, whatever you want".
  • Iran beat Morocco with 95th-minute own goal

    Iran beat Morocco with 95th-minute own goal

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    Both sides had strong defensive records going into the World Cup and couldn't be separated. Iran's counter-attacking strategy had failed to bear fruit with Karim Ansarifard and Sardar Azmoun squandering great chances until their wastefulness was rendered irrelevant by Bouhaddouz's late error.
  • Chelsea travel to Huddersfield on the opening day

    Chelsea travel to Huddersfield on the opening day

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    The Gunners will take on the champions at the Emirates on the opening weekend of the season, which takes place on August 11, before then travelling to Stamford Bridge for a London derby in their second game. Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are huge favourites to win the league next season after they strolled to the title this year. However, if we say the first five games and drop Cardiff out of the equation, promoted clubs are dodgy to play at the start anyway, the average league finish ...
  • Determined Queiroz will not allow Iran's problems to become excuses

    Determined Queiroz will not allow Iran's problems to become excuses

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    Everybody is aware about the sanctions. Iran head into the match against Morocco in Group B on the back of a hard build-up to the tournament overall, after friendly matches against Greece and Kosovo were also cancelled. " Iran is a country rich in tradition and thousands of years of history". But, if they are to upset the expected duopoly of Portugal and Spain, Iran will surely need to beat Morocco , who managed not to concede a single goal during their own stellar qualifying ...
  • Kawhi Leonard wants out of San Antonio, asks for trade

    Kawhi Leonard wants out of San Antonio, asks for trade

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    He was a vital contributor to the team's 2014 championship, becoming the third-youngest player to earn Finals MVP honors. The Philadelphia 76ers and Sacramento Kings are also expected to have interest in the two-time All-Star. That said, Leonard won't have much trade value with other teams if he's unwilling to sign with them beyond the 2018-19 campaign. Leonard is not concerned with missing out on the supermax contract of five years and $219 million that he is eligible form accordig to Haynes.
  • Johnson shares lead in a U.S. Open that plays like one

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    But fans hoping to see a European victory in the group were quickly given a reality check as McIlroy dropped six shots in four holes. Spieth and Woods each made an early triple-bogey, while McIlroy was 10-over after 11 holes en route to his highest US Open score.
  • Egypt coach, Cuper provides final update on Mohamed Salah ahead Uruguay clash

    Egypt coach, Cuper provides final update on Mohamed Salah ahead Uruguay clash

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    The 62-year-old Argentine Cuper added: "Salah is very good and he's recovered very quickly". But Cuper told reporters, "I can nearly 100 per cent say he will play , save for any unforeseen factors at the last minute". "In terms of him on the pitch - if he does decide to play he'll have full guarantees in terms of his physical condition, he's going to be fine. If we do see at the last minute there's an issue, we'll see if it can be resolved".
  • Michael Porter Jr. cancels pro day because of hip injury

    Michael Porter Jr. cancels pro day because of hip injury

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    Porter previously canceled his workout due to a strained hip . 2 and 3 in the draft, respectively. Porter dropping to the late lottery would be a noteworthy turn of events for a player rated so highly in his high school class. While he reportedly felt only about 50 percent physically, he had an impressive showing, according to multiple teams in attendance, as he shot the ball exceptionally well.
  • Jerome Boateng focused on World Cup amid Bayern Munich exit rumours

    Jerome Boateng focused on World Cup amid Bayern Munich exit rumours

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    Jerome Boateng is baffled by CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge's comments that Bayern Munich are willing to let him leave for a suitable offer, insisting his sole focus is successfully defending the World Cup with Germany. "If a club comes and he declares that he would like to transfer to that club, then we would deal with it", Rummenigge said. "Nothing else is an issue for me now", Boateng said.
  • Kyrie Irving Says More Of Same In Another Interview Regarding Boston Future

    Kyrie Irving Says More Of Same In Another Interview Regarding Boston Future

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    Irving, who is set to make just over $21 million this year, will nearly certainly be set to sign for even more money in a new contract, whether in Boston or elsewhere. There will nearly certainly be hot take artists who read that from Irving and do the "he's not committed to the team" nonsense that we've come to expect out of radio hosts and columnists from the otherwise great city of Boston.
  • Rangers new boy Nikola Katic reveals what determined Ibrox transfer

    Rangers new boy Nikola Katic reveals what determined Ibrox transfer

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    The 21-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan at NAC Breda and impressed during his stint in the Netherlands, scoring five goals in 12 Eredivisie appearances. I can play in Europe and play in front of 50,000 fans at every home game. At 6ft 4in, Katic has aerial prowess and a physical presence he believes will be ideally suited to the demands of the Scottish Premiership.
  • Salah fit to face Uruguay

    Salah fit to face Uruguay

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    From the 15 games the Uruguay boss has overseen in the competition, he has recorded as many wins as defeats (W6 D3 L6). After Russia's dominance, it is up to these two teams on how they can secure three points to keep their hopes alive of staying in the top two of the table.
  • Russian lawmaker says no mixed-race sex

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    She said this in response to a question from a radio station about the so-called "Children of the Olympics" after the Moscow Games in 1980, a time when contraceptive methods were not widely popular and available in the country. "As for our Russian women, they will make their own judgment", Peskov said. She added that, even if Russian women get married to their foreign partners after giving birth, they could end up living overseas with their spouses and have no idea how to return home.
  • Godin insists Uruguay won't target Salah

    Godin insists Uruguay won't target Salah

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    Regarded as one of the best strikers by his peers, Cavani also led the CONMEBOL FIFA World Cup qualifiers in goals scored with 10 across 15 matches. Oscar Tabarez is expected to field a traditional 4-4-2 formation with all his players in prime form. "I can nearly 100 percent say he will play, save for any unforeseen factors at the last minute", Cuper said.
  • Peter Crouch: 'Marcus Rashford is so exciting'

    Peter Crouch: 'Marcus Rashford is so exciting'

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    After flying into Saint Petersburg, England headed to their base camp in the seaside town of Repino, 45 kilometres (30 miles) northwest of the city, where preparations will start for the Three Lions' opening game against Tunisia on Monday.
  • U.S. Open 2018: Leaderboard updates, streaming

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    But after Thursday's first round here, I don't think that record is in jeopardy. "I didn't putt well today, and I thought I hit it - I drove it pretty darn good for most of the day". Winds of 25-30 km/h whipped across the course from the first tee-off in the morning, and added to the severely-sloping greens it was clear that there would not be too much fun had.
  • Russia World Cup to generate a staggering $6 billion for Federation Internationale de Football Association

    Russia World Cup to generate a staggering $6 billion for Federation Internationale de Football Association

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    The joint North American bid defeated their north African rival by a margin of 69 votes, 134 to 65, to win the right to organise the first World Cup to be expanded to 48 teams. Despite the latest setback, Morocco vowed to continue its bid to host the tournament in future. The last time the USA hosted the World Cup was 1994, when Soldier Field was the site of five games, and also hosted the opening ceremony , emceed by Oprah Winfrey.
  • Griezmann teases future announcement as Pique welcomes news

    Griezmann teases future announcement as Pique welcomes news

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    However, that doesn't mean that Griezmann is going to say he's moving to Barcelona. The broadcast will be shown at 9:15 p.m. It bore an uncanny resemblance to the notorious Lebron James documentary " The Decision ", a TV special aired when James announced he was leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers for Miami Heat .
  • Who will win the Golden Boot? Lionel Messi? Neymar?

    Who will win the Golden Boot? Lionel Messi? Neymar?

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    Ronaldo was once again in stunning form for Real Madrid last season , netting 44 goals in all competitions. Messi is, however, back in the mix at Russian Federation 2018 and will be desperate to get his hands on the top prize and enhance his standing as an all-time great.
  • Hosts Russia hammer Saudi Arabia in World Cup opener

    Hosts Russia hammer Saudi Arabia in World Cup opener

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    Hosts Russia got their World Cup off to a dream start with a thumping 5-0 victory over Saudi Arabia in Moscow . Ah yes, and an aggressive first-half performance from Russian Federation set the tone for a thumping win over an unfathomably miserable Saudi Arabia , arranging them a win over a tentative Saudi Arabia , whose propensity for giving the ball away unnecessarily and total lack of intensity, defensive discipline and attacking edge ultimately proved to be their undoing.
  • Gennady Golovkin agreed to fight Billy Joe Saunders in August

    Gennady Golovkin agreed to fight Billy Joe Saunders in August

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    The two fighters had been due to fight each other in Las Vegas on May 5 before the middleweight bout was cancelled after Alvarez failed two drug tests. BoxingScene.com has learned that Jacobs isn't willing to accept the undisclosed offer Golden Boy has made thus far for what would be an HBO Pay-Per-View main event.
  • The 2026 World Cup will be played in North America

    The 2026 World Cup will be played in North America

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    Four rounds of Premier League fixtures are scheduled before the first global break, which is on the weekend of 8-9 September. Federation Internationale de Football Association now has the final say on which cities are selected to host games and whether all three countries are guaranteed a place at the tournament.
  • Russian politicians now torn on World Cup sex

    Russian politicians now torn on World Cup sex

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    Speaking with a Moscow radio station, Pletnyova said that the World Cup presented a danger in that it could lead to a rise in the number of single mothers. "I would like people to get married based on love in our country, regardless of which ethnicity, [to] Russian citizens who would build a good family, live in harmony, have children, and raise them".
  • Sadio Mane 'very happy' at Liverpool amid Real Madrid links

    Sadio Mane 'very happy' at Liverpool amid Real Madrid links

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    Liverpool lost to Real Madrid 3-1 in the Champions League final last month as the Reds ended the season without a single piece of silverware. Alongside Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, the African star has become one of the most sought-after attackers in Europe, which has prompted interest from Los Blancos.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo primed for likely last shot at FIFA World Cup glory

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    The Portuguese manager just "has to" select his home nation and "knows what [he] wants" with their opponents. Brazil legend Ronaldo Nazario has given his opinion on the Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo debate several times in the past, but he has now made a big claim that may surprise many.
  • Russian Women Told To Refuse Sex To Foreigners During World Cup

    Russian Women Told To Refuse Sex To Foreigners During World Cup

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    She said that children risked being "abandoned and just left with their mother" or alternatively being taken overseas by their fathers, urging women to marry "Russian citizens". Russian women have been told to resist the temptation to enter intimate relationship with foreign players and fans alike during the month long display of soccer artistry.