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It is his "camp", which includes his uncle, ostensibly acting as Kawhi's agent, that has made the "I don't want to play with San Antonio anymore" proclamation. Because of a trade deadline deal with the Cavaliers , the Lakers have enough cap space to absorb two "max" slots, and are interested in Paul George and James.
  • Risdon on VAR penalty: 'I got the ball'

    Risdon on VAR penalty: 'I got the ball'

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    Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak sent his French counterpart Hugo Lloris the wrong way to give Australia hopes of forcing a draw at the Kazan Arena but Pogba grabbed the victor in the 81st minute. "He's a very ambitious player but in the locker room, the (team) bus and the base camp, he was happy", said France left-back Lucas Hernandez, who also plays for Atletico.
  • Mexican World Cup Fans Celebrated So Hard They Might've Caused An Earthquake

    Mexican World Cup Fans Celebrated So Hard They Might've Caused An Earthquake

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    Both literally and figuratively. Hirving Lozano hit the winning goal after 35 minutes in Moscow when the German defence was caught napping. In the city's massive main square, families in Mexican football jerseys had watched on a giant screen in front of a towering cathedral as Mexico beat Germany 1-0 in Moscow .
  • Ilay Gundogan jeered by Germany supporters again during Saudi Arabia friendly

    Ilay Gundogan jeered by Germany supporters again during Saudi Arabia friendly

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    Gundogan , as well as Mesut Ozil , has been criticised for holding a meeting with Turkey president Recep Tayyip Erdogan , which the German Football Federation put down to an "election campaign stunt". "We will continue to improve and, when the tournament starts, we will be ready", Low said, quoted on www.dfb.de. "We played a good first half but our performance significantly decreased after the half time".
  • Test rugby: South Africa beat England to win series

    Test rugby: South Africa beat England to win series

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    As it had in the first test in Johannesburg, England burst to an early lead as it scored 12 consecutive points in the opening 13 minutes, through tries from wings Mike Brown and Jonny May. "We made errors in different areas of the game. Everyone will fight hard to get out of this, you'll see at Cape Town", he added of the third and final Test next weekend, saying the team wanted to "get our pride back".
  • US Open -- Zach Johnson vents about Shinnecock Hills conditions

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    Daniel Berger managed to hit a sweet spot that was even smaller than the target area on one of Shinnecock Hills' glassy greens: He played well enough to make the cut at the U.S. "If somebody is offended by that, I apologize to them but toughen up. It was just a moment of madness but nothing disrespectful", said Johnson. "I feel like you got to kind of take it from me, to be honest with you".
  • Marvin Bagley III to sign with Puma, report says

    Marvin Bagley III to sign with Puma, report says

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    The 6-foot-11 Bagley is one of the most well-known names in the draft. Marvin Bagley apparently has his rookie shoe deal, and it's a very large one. He was the ACC player of the year in his lone season at Duke . Nike funded his father's AAU summer basketball team throughout the younger Bagley's prep career.
  • Historic video review helps France top Aussies in World Cup

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    FW Kylian Mbappe , 6 - Now the youngest player to ever start in a competitive worldwide tournament for France and that maturity was reflected by the way he performed as if he was one of the more experienced members of the squad on the day - particularly early on.
  • Alonso wins Le Mans to edge closer to Triple Crown

    Alonso wins Le Mans to edge closer to Triple Crown

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    The McLaren driver, who will remain in France for next weekend's French Grand Prix at Le Castellet, has yet to win the Indianapolis 500 - a race he led in 2017 before an engine failure - to match the late Graham Hill's achievement. "I was catching up ( Jose Maria Lopez , driving the No7) when there was no traffic, then he punctured, then the safety auto came out, it put things back to zero".
  • Konta beats Watson to make Nottingham quarters

    Konta beats Watson to make Nottingham quarters

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    This week's run is Johanna Konta's first semifinal showing since Wimbledon last year, and the first time the 27-year-old has won three consecutive matches since then (outside of Fed Cup zonal play, where she defeated Maria Joao Koehler, Anett Kontaveit and Fanny Stollar in February).
  • Dustin Johnson shares US Open lead after poor third round

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    Johnson was in a four-way tie for the lead at 3-over 213, the highest 54-hole score to lead the US Open since the fabled "Massacre at Winged Foot" in 1974. He is such a long hitter that a fan at the No. 16 tee whispered reverently to a companion, "I just want to hear it". It's my understanding of the rules.
  • Soccer fans stunned Peru didn't score against Denmark in World Cup

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    Denmark started by playing long balls directed at their wingers to take advantage of their superior height factor but mostly ended up playing catch up to Peru's slick short passing game for the opening half-hour. The marksman also came close when his audacious backheel trickled past a helpless Schmeichel but fell inches wide of the post. Coach Ricardo Gareca says Peru must recover quickly from losing their first game at a World Cup finals for 36 years to bounce back against France and ...
  • Angelo Mathews, Lahiru Gamage out of remaining West Indies Tests

    Angelo Mathews, Lahiru Gamage out of remaining West Indies Tests

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    West Indies hold a 1-0 lead after winning the first Test in Trinidad by 226 runs. The duo would be reaching the Caribbean on Wednesday and would not be considered for selection for the second Test. The Windies will look to take their momentum into St. Lucia, and will most likely play an unchanged eleven. Squads - West Indies: Jason Holder (Captain), Devon Smith , Shai Hope , Kraigg Brathwaite , Keron Powell, Roston Chase , Shane Dowrich (wicketkeeper), Shannon Gabriel , Jamar ...
  • US Open takes dramatic turn in one 'miserable' day

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    Berger and Finau started the third round 11 strokes off the lead, but both shot 66 relatively early in the day and suddenly found themselves in the final pairing for the final round. "We didn't want it". (He averaged 26.5 putts each of the first two rounds...for the full 18 holes.) Johnson's self-immolation threw the tournament wide open.
  • Frustrated Mickelson swats moving ball with putter at Open

    Frustrated Mickelson swats moving ball with putter at Open

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    It resulted in a two-stroke penalty for Mickelson to bring him to an eye-opening plus-16 after taking a 10 on the par four. A loophole that some will consider against the general ethos of the game, Mickelson confirmed that there were "multiple times he wanted to do it" before today's incident on the 13th.
  • Suresh Raina to replace Ambati Rayudu in India's ODI squad

    Suresh Raina to replace Ambati Rayudu in India's ODI squad

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    Raina was brought back by the selctors after Rayudu failed to reach the required standards in the Yo-Yo test . Rayudu, whose last worldwide appearance was in an ODI against Zimbabwe in June 2016, was named in the India squad for the ODIs against England after a successful outing in the recently-concluded Indian Premier League (IPL).
  • Kholis Anushka rebukes motorists for littering on street

    Kholis Anushka rebukes motorists for littering on street

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    Virat shared the moment on Twitter and captioned it, "Saw these people throwing garbage on the road & pulled them up rightfully". Travelling in a luxury auto and brains went for a toss. He fell consistently to the swinging delivery outside the off stump. The tour of England, comprising three T20 Internationals, three ODIs amd five Test matches, starts on July 3.
  • Roger Federer downs Nick Kyrgios to reclaim No.1 spot

    Roger Federer downs Nick Kyrgios to reclaim No.1 spot

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    The 20-time Grand Slam victor recovered from losing the opening set to beat Australia's Nick Kyrgios 6-7 (2-7) 6-2 7-6 (7-5). Two aces from the 23-year-old forced a first set tiebreak and he quickly built a 3-1 lead after outlasting Federer in a rally.
  • Messi misses penalty as Argentina draw 1-1 with Iceland

    Messi misses penalty as Argentina draw 1-1 with Iceland

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    Lionel Messi playing for Argentina against Iceland at the 2018 FIFA World Cup . He ripped off his captain's armband at full-time and offered little more than a blank stare as Iceland's players acknowledged his presence. But the defensive specialists are going to give themselves every chance, in every competition. Argentina boasts the oldest squad at the World Cup , and therefore they have arguably the most experienced side.
  • Thiem and Nadal win in straight sets to reach French Open final

    Thiem and Nadal win in straight sets to reach French Open final

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    Throughout his 14 years competing here, Nadal has only lost two matches. Nadal called on the trainer to get his forearms massaged twice in the final set but even that problem failed to improve Thiem's chances of emulating fellow Austrian Thomas Muster's 1995 triumph.
  • Elated Iran steal last gasp win over Morocco

    Elated Iran steal last gasp win over Morocco

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    Iran defended superbly, soaked up pressure, then delivered the late sucker punch. Egypt next play Russian Federation in St Petersburg on Tuesday, giving Salah four more days to work on his fitness while Uruguay take on Saudi Arabia on Wednesday in Rostov.
  • A glance at the 2nd round of US Open | AP sports

    A glance at the 2nd round of US Open | AP sports

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    Ian Poulter was one shot behind until a triple bogey on his second-to-last hole. He racked up four bogeys and a double-bogey in the second round at the notoriously hard Shinnecock Hills , while his scorecard from day one had two double-bogeys and a triple-bogey on it.
  • Raptors officially name Nurse head coach

    Raptors officially name Nurse head coach

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    Before joining the Vipers, Nurse led Iowa to the 2010-11 G League Championship and was the recipient of the Dennis Johnson Coach of the Year award. The message seems to be sent to Nurse that the organization wants only some minor adjustments made and that stability is important.
  • Body Found in Brush Hours After Oregon Rollover Crash

    Body Found in Brush Hours After Oregon Rollover Crash

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    ET Friday. Boulevard and Kinsrow Avenue caused the vehicle to roll off the road and land in heavy brush, the department said. Police responded to the crash around 2:30 a.m., Leiato's body was found around 7 a.m. All three charges were misdemeanors. In January, Leiato was arrested on another trespassing charge. Leiato was dismissed from the team in late May after his second arrest in four months.
  • Watson beaten by Konta in Nottingham

    Watson beaten by Konta in Nottingham

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    And Boulter is not the only homegrown talent still in the draw, with Konta battling past compatriot Watson 6-4 7-6 (7-5). By beating Stosur , the youngster who made her Wimbledon debut a year ago after receiving a wildcard has reached her first WTA quarter-final.
  • Woods aims to put it all together at US Open

    Woods aims to put it all together at US Open

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    If world number four Jordan Spieth finds his way into a playoff at this week's U.S. Open, he was planning to return to Shinnecock Hills on Monday ready for battle - except there would have been nobody there. The Aberdeen, Scotland, native will tee off just after noon, Central time, with Noah Goodwin and Kenny Perry of the United States. But in his nine PGA TOUR starts this season he's produced six top-25 finishes and two top-10s.
  • First VAR causes controversy over Griezmann penalty

    First VAR causes controversy over Griezmann penalty

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    France reclaimed the lead in fortuitous circumstances later on, a deflection off Aziz Behich taking Paul Pogba's touch over the line via the underside of the Australian crossbar. Australia's midfielder Mile Jedinak (second left) is congratulated after scoring from the penalty spot during their Russian Federation 2018 World Cup Group C match against France at the Kazan Arena in Kazan on June 16, 2018 .
  • Phil Mickelson incurs weird penalty for hitting moving ball at US Open

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    Phil Mickelson's apparent fit of pique led to a sextuple bogey 10 on Saturday as the five-time major victor hit a moving ball with his putter in the third round of the US Open. Open at Pinehurst, saying it was his response to poor pin positions. Daly was on No. 8 in the final round when he took an 11 on the hole and signed for an 81.
  • Tiger Woods Struggles at U.S. Open, Will Miss Cut

    Tiger Woods Struggles at U.S. Open, Will Miss Cut

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    Open, taking a four-shot lead into the weekend at Shinnecock Hills. He was at 4-under 136, the only player still under par going into the weekend. Johnson, Ian Poulter , Scott Piercy and Russell Henley were the only players under par.
  • Former Oregon football player found dead near crash site

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    Boulevard and Kinsrow Avenue, in which the vehicle, a 2014 Kia sedan crashed and rolled off the road into some heavy brush. Chavarin was taken to a local hospital and cited with a DUI. No other information available at this time. Investigators said Leiato's body was discovered by a passerby several hours after the crash scene had been cleared, according to the report.
  • Roger Federer will return to top spot after reaching Mercedes Cup final

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    The 20-time Grand Slam victor recovered from losing the opening set to beat Australia's Nick Kyrgios 6-7 (2-7) 6-2 7-6 (7-5). 'It's an important step', he added about how it feels to reach a final again. Raonic rescued a break point to serve out the first set after edging in front early on, before winning a tie-break easily in the second. "It is very exciting and I have got another final so it is great news", Federer said.
  • Zach Randolph's Brother Roger Shot and Killed in Indiana

    Zach Randolph's Brother Roger Shot and Killed in Indiana

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    Roger Randolph, the brother of the National Basketball Association power forward, was killed following a shooting outside Hop's Blues Room in downtown Marion, the Marion Police Department said. Zach Randolph, known to many Memphians as Zbo, played with the Memphis Grizzlies for eight seasons. Roger spent three years in jail after a 2005 nightclub shooting at the Sinbad's Lounge and Grill in Anderson, Indiana.
  • Storm Hector expected to bring 70mph gusts to UK

    Storm Hector expected to bring 70mph gusts to UK

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    Within the warning area, the greatest potential for disruption is likely to be later this morning across southern and central parts of Scotland. The worst affected areas were those under Met Éireann's Orange Status alert: Donegal, Sligo, Galway and Mayo.
  • Ball tampering controversy hits Windies vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test

    Ball tampering controversy hits Windies vs Sri Lanka 2nd Test

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    Unconfirmed reports coming out from these deliberations suggest that the Sri Lankans were reluctant to continue the match under the cloud of suspicion of ball-tampering. After it appeared that a resolution had been reached to allow for play on the third day at the Darren Sammy Stadium in St Lucia to get underway nearly 90 minutes later than scheduled, the Sri Lankans first came onto the field.
  • David Warner to play for St Lucia Stars in CPL T20

    David Warner to play for St Lucia Stars in CPL T20

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    David Warner is now serving the 12-month suspension period for his role in the infamous ball-tampering scandal during the South Africa tour in March. Post the conclusion of the game, Warner mingled with opposition players and was seen smiling, the report said. The tournament, which is set to begin later this month, will witness Steve Smith's return to cricket.
  • Germany's Ozil fit for their World Cup opener

    Germany's Ozil fit for their World Cup opener

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    He said: "Timo joined the team during the Confederations Cup and during the following year it's fair to say he has showed his most important asset: his pace". Nine members of the World Cup squad found themselves caught up in controversy earlier this month after they reportedly partied with the women at a private compound in Mexico City following a recent 1-0 win over Scotland.
  • Mystery over empty seats at World Cup game between Uruguay and Egypt

    Mystery over empty seats at World Cup game between Uruguay and Egypt

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    The win ensured that Uruguay moved to the second spot in Group A with three points, behind log leaders and tournament's hosts Russian Federation only by a superior goal difference. Without Salah - who broke the Premier League record for goals shortly before exiting the UEFA Champions League final with a shoulder injury last month - Egypt was unable to equalize before time expired.
  • Wilshere considering leaving Arsenal unless he can play regularly

    Wilshere considering leaving Arsenal unless he can play regularly

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    It looks like the deal is now on the verge of completion as Gazzetta dello Sport claim that terms were agreed with Torreira's camp during a meeting on Tuesday afternoon and the South American is now set to sign a five-year contract with Arsenal ahead of his move to the Emirates.
  • National Basketball Association free agents 2018: A list of every player available this summer

    National Basketball Association free agents 2018: A list of every player available this summer

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    LeBron James signing with the Philadelphia 76ers would be a "bad move" for him at this point in his career, according to Charlotte Hornets center Dwight Howard. If more teams had the financial means to afford LeBron without gutting their roster (like, say, the Washington Wizards, New Orleans Pelicans, or Portland Trail Blazers), the Sixers wouldn't be as attractive as they're now made out to be.