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If you are one of the 40 million Americans that filled out a bracket this year, there is a very good chance that you may the Duke Blue Devils in the championship game and winning it all. In the 34 years since the last expansion, No. 1 seeds have taken up 42 percent of the 68 spots in the national championship game. So, which 1-seed could be in trouble this year? North Carolina beat Duke twice, but both times were without Zion.
  • Napoli goalkeeper Ospina hospitalised after head injury

    Napoli goalkeeper Ospina hospitalised after head injury

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    He was replaced by Alex Meret and stretchered off the pitch before being transported to hospital. Ospina received treatment after suffering a knock to the head during a collision with Udinese's Ignacio Pussetto during the opening minutes of the match.
  • Giants GM Gettleman breaks silence since Beckham trade

    Giants GM Gettleman breaks silence since Beckham trade

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    Gettleman said he only made one trade call shopping Beckham; he reached out to the Buffalo Bills after learning of their failed pursuit of Antonio Brown . "With football being the ultimate team sport, we turned that fact into three assets", Gettleman said, according to Tom Rock of Newsday . "This narrative that Eli is overpaid and can't play is a crock, I'm telling you", Gettleman said, adding he doesn't mind if people disagree with him.
  • Rory McIlroy emerges from wild day to win Players Championship

    Rory McIlroy emerges from wild day to win Players Championship

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    But it also validated the upbeat and optimistic demeanor he showcased over the past few weeks, preaching continued patience in the face of Sunday fades and near-misses that had begun to blur together. I haven't been healthy in a lot of years. "It was going to happen". Until Sunday, the narrative surrounding McIlroy for months had focused on him putting himself in position to win by getting into the Sunday final pairing yet failing to win.
  • LeBron: Lakers a great destination for top free agents

    LeBron: Lakers a great destination for top free agents

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    Knicks TV analyst Walt Frazier criticized James for not publicly being more part of the team, saying James "doesn't really care" about the perception. In a game recently against the New Orleans Pelicans, James was seen looking in the opposite direction of the huddle during a timeout, turning his back on head coach Luke Walton and his teammates.
  • Haloti Ngata has epic retirement announcement from the top of Mount Kilimanjaro

    Haloti Ngata has epic retirement announcement from the top of Mount Kilimanjaro

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    He played nine seasons in Baltimore prior to joining Detroit for three seasons. Ngata captioned the video writing "Just a man standing on top of the world with a heart full of gratitude". But he will be best remembered for his career with the Ravens , where he spent almost a decade after being drafted in 2006. Ngata was frequently injured in those seasons, and his play was nowhere near the level it was in Baltimore.
  • Johnny Manziel signs with Alliance of American Football

    Johnny Manziel signs with Alliance of American Football

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    The CFL directed the Alouettes to release Manziel in February due to an agreement breach. According to Shefter, Manziel would have been allocated to San Antonio, but the Commanders waived his rights, so the controversial quarterback will go through the league's waiver system.
  • Van Dijk backs

    Van Dijk backs "world class" Salah

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    That ability to hit the back of the net more often is the difference between good players an great ones and with Sterling now one of the most potent attacking threats in one of the best squads in the world, there is no reason why the England winger won't continue to go from strength-to-strength.
  • Raonic Beats Kecmanovic To Reach Indian Wells Semi-final

    Raonic Beats Kecmanovic To Reach Indian Wells Semi-final

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    She got to this tournament thanks to a wildcard and managed to defeat several top players on her way to the trophy, including former number 1 WTA, German Angelique Kerber , in the final. A commentator raved about the young gun as she dropped to the ground and looked around in disbelief at what she'd accomplished in becoming the first ever wildcard victor at Indian Wells.
  • Barcelona's Suarez out for two weeks with ankle sprain

    Barcelona's Suarez out for two weeks with ankle sprain

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    Uruguay forward Suarez had missed several clear chances to score but he finally got his reward for a lively performance with a goal in the 63rd minute, dancing past four Betis players on a dazzling run which began in his own half. After the game, the Argentine acknowledged the support of his opponent team's fans, adding that he did not remember seeing it before. The ball went over the outstretched arms of goalkeeper Pau Lopez before it deflected off the crossbar and crashed into the net.
  • Rafael Nadal pulls out of Indian Wells semi-final against Roger Federer

    Rafael Nadal pulls out of Indian Wells semi-final against Roger Federer

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    The Spanish superstar, who has battled knee tendinitis and other injuries throughout his career, made it through a 7-6 (7/2), 7-6 (7/2) win over Karen Khachanov in the quarter-finals on Friday. His run at the first Grand Slam of the year marked his return to competition for the first time since a similar knee problem forced him to retire from his US Open semi-final against Juan Martin del Potro in September.