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Some feel Rashford has developed significantly as an overall player, though, and getting a spell of sustained play as the team's main scoring threat for the rest of the season could give the 19 year old a chance to show just how much he's really improved.
  • Capitals' Orpik accepts villain role in Maple Leafs series

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    And the Maple Leafs defenceman, as you might imagine, couldn't be happier. Van Riemsdyk scored early in the second on a power play, but Toronto wasted almost two full minutes of a 5-on-3 advantage. "You just have to go and do it". NOTES: Toronto D Nikita Zaitsev (upper body injury) returned to the lineup for the first time in the playoffs Monday, taking the place of D Roman Polak (lower body), who is out for the rest of the season after being injured in Game 2.
  • Sergio Garcia pays tribute to Severiano Ballesteros as he wins first major

    Sergio Garcia pays tribute to Severiano Ballesteros as he wins first major

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    It's almost impossible that he had not won a major championship until Sunday, but let's recount all of the near misses. Among Twitter notes of congratulations were: "I couldn't be happier for @TheSergioGarcia". Matt Kuchar made a hole-in-one on the 16th that gave him hope but not for very long. England's Paul Casey (68) ended up a solo sixth at 284, and Kevin Chappell (68) and Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy (69) tied for seventh at 285.
  • Janssen finally settling in at Spurs

    Janssen finally settling in at Spurs

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    Chelsea face Tottenham in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final at Wembley with the north Londoners having won just once in their last eight trips to the stadium. "We're feeling as good as we've ever done". Pochettino said, "I think we learned a lot". Here, we pick out five things we learned this weekend.
  • Too Much Russell Westbrook vs Houston Rockets Bad for Thunder?

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    Russell Westbrook just about did everything he can to defeat James Harden and Houston Rockets. ABOUT THE THUNDER: Coach Billy Donovan questioned his decision not to have Westbrook take his customary break on the bench to start the fourth quarter of Game 2 but Westbrook insisted afterward that he wasn't exhausted.
  • Tottenham must learn how to win big games, says Harry Kane

    Tottenham must learn how to win big games, says Harry Kane

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    Mauricio Pochettino, who took Tottenham to that final in his first season in charge, has turned a young English-spined side into Premier League title contenders yet the suspicion remains they still lack the killer touch required to win trophies.
  • Love game: Serena Williams is pregnant

    Love game: Serena Williams is pregnant

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    The 35-year-old yesterday posted a picture of herself on Snapchat posing in a mirror with the message: "20 weeks" before deleting the post. She had announced in late December that she was engaged to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. Maria Sharapova is coming back next week from a 15-month doping suspension, while Victoria Azarenka is due to return this summer after having a child of her own.
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic praises Luke Shaw

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic praises Luke Shaw

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    With the result , United overtake Arsenal to fifth place on 57 points. One Manchester United player that has been free of Mourinho's wrath this season is Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who has been the leading light in a rather dreary campaign for the Red Devils.
  • Vettel revving up with revived Ferrari

    Vettel revving up with revived Ferrari

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    We would have probably taken a different decision if Valtteri had run in the front with the problem on the tires and Lewis would have been second but with Vettel in between, there is nothing we could have done. "The second stint was better but I was still struggling with over-steer and then I couldn't get the rear-end to work in the last stint". I think the race in Australia was still a high, China was a high - this one was a bit of a dip - so I have to bring it back to the high level at the ...
  • Clippers' Griffin to miss the rest of the postseason

    Clippers' Griffin to miss the rest of the postseason

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    Gobert banged knees with Clippers forward Luc Mbah a Moute and suffered a hyperextended left knee and a bone contusion. Forward Blake Griffin left Friday's Game 3 win over the Utah Jazz with what was described as a bruised right toe and didn't return.
  • Blues head home looking to take a commanding 3-0 lead

    Blues head home looking to take a commanding 3-0 lead

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    Devan Dubnyk has given up six goals on 78 shots faced. "It was three weeks for me that was real tough, but other than that I thought I had a really good year", Allen said, adding: "I think we all should be proud, where we came from. With a delayed penalty coming up on the Wild, Patrik Berglund got the puck and fed Edmundson, who was parked on the blue line. With Jake Allen as steady as ever in the net and those big defensemen crowding the ice in front of him, the St.