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They really went up another level. They finished at 41-41, their first time at.500 since starting 2-2. He had 10 points, six rebounds and five assists in 19 minutes and Wade finished with seven points in 22 minutes in his third game back from an elbow injury.
  • Isaiah Thomas' first shot vs Bulls led to very emotional scenes

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    Thomas' points came on 10 of 18 shooting from the field in 38 minutes of action. The Celtics crowd went insane. But Butler overcame a united Garden crowd and led Chicago to the victory, scoring 23 points in the second half. The loss left certain fans swearing left and right , so Boston better amp up the D if they don't want to hear any more F-bombs. Join the Chowder and Champions team! The guy can score as good as anybody in this game.
  • Colon dominant as Braves beat Padres

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    Chapman allowed a two-out walk to Randal Grichuk and a double to pinch-hitter Jose Martinez before Dexter Fowler - the closer's teammate on the World Series champion Cubs past year - grounded out to second. The Braves' most distinguished fans, former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, attended the game. When it hadn't subsided by last Sunday, the Padres chose to take advantage of the change in the disabled list timetable and have him skip a start.
  • Premier League Ibrahimovic sparks Man Utd against 10-man Sunderland

    Premier League Ibrahimovic sparks Man Utd against 10-man Sunderland

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    Sebastian Larsson's 43rd minute straight red card for a foul on Ander Herrera only made things worse for the home side. It was 35-year-old Ibrahimovic's 250th strike since he turned 30, and the evergreen Swede believes he has more than compensated for increasing physical limitations with a better understanding of his craft.
  • EPL: Red Devils sink 10-man Sunderland

    EPL: Red Devils sink 10-man Sunderland

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    With Ibrahimovic now up to 17 Premier League goals for the season at the age of 35, the former Sweden worldwide said he feels like the movie character Benjamin Button, who ages in reverse. "The attitude is improving, the training is improving", Mourinho said . Sunderland manager David Moyes said his side would keep fighting, even if they look doomed.
  • Ronaldo urges Real Madrid fans: Stop whistling me!

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    This should have been a Champions League classic, but the talking points will focus less on the game's twists and turns given the two decisions by referee Viktor Kassai and his team that handed the tie to Real Madrid. Madrid added two more late on, Ronaldo appearing fractionally offside again for their third of the night, leaving Bayern exhausted and angry. "It goes both ways, that is football".
  • Eastern Conference playoff field set as Pacers, Bulls clinch berths

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    Welcome to the playoffs, Bulls Nation. Chicago blew a nine-point lead in the final six minutes and blew a chance to clinch a playoff spot before the final two games of the season were even played. The downside of this is it means huge upsets aren't as likely to happen. "Maybe they're exhausted", Dragic said. (At least, that's what history says.) Miami hasn't missed the playoffs in consecutive seasons since 2002 and 2003.
  • Kevin Durant's calf strain a worry for Warriors ahead of Game 2

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    The big news from a Blazer standpoint was the stellar play of shooting guard CJ McCollum , who scored 41 points on the night. But beyond their brilliance, the Blazers mostly had a hodgepodge of no-shows and eye-sores. He said Tuesday he is emboldened by his about-face in the playoffs last season and pledged to be aggressive early in Game 2, perhaps mixing in a few dribble pull-ups or midrange shots to get going and set up his potent long-range shot.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo oblivious to critics

    Cristiano Ronaldo oblivious to critics

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    Despite going behind in the first half we came back in the second half and came back. "We could have been 2-0 down at half-time, which could have changed the match, but we managed to show some patience and get the equaliser", said Zidane.
  • Lyon v Besiktas: Uefa charges clubs after Europa League quarter-final violence

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    Turkish media, on the other hand, blamed French hooligan fans for the trouble. "It's not every day that you get the opportunity to play in a European quarter-final so it's very unfortunate that all this has happened around the game". Lyon's deputy chief legal director Vincent Ponsot said on Friday "it's clear we were victims of aggression from Turkish supporters". Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored in the first half and the Belgian side levelled in the 86th to add intrigue to the return match at ...