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UPDATE on Bomb Blast: Police in Germany are investigating reports of a small explosion near Borussia Dortmund team bus in which at least one person was injured. There was a one-on-one duel between the two players and Messi used his quick feet to leave Dybala wondering what on earth had just happened. "There are five or six in this team who shouldn't even be putting on the shirt because the way that they played, the intensity and the quality is not on the same planet".
  • LeBron to miss Cavaliers' season finale

    LeBron to miss Cavaliers' season finale

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    Cleveland lost to the Heat, 124-121, in overtime. Since the all-star break, the Cavs have allowed 107.9 points per 100 possessions on defense. For the Heat, the victory means they will be fighting with the Indiana Pacers (41-40) and Chicago Bulls (40-41) for the last two play-off spots in the East.
  • Dortmund target of bomb attack

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    Police said they were working on the assumption that the blasts were directed at the Dortmund team and caused by "serious explosive devices", which may have been hidden in a hedge near a vehicle park. (1200 GMT) in Karlsruhe. One explosive device failed to go off, Luecke said. He is now not fit for work, the statement said. One player was hurt, Marc Bartra later underwent an operation after breaking a bone in his wrist.
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    For the second straight year, Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry has the most popular jersey in the National Basketball Association. The result meant nothing to the Warriors, but there were some encouraging signs and expected indifference sprinkled throughout.
  • Police hunt suspect of Borussia Dortmund bus blast

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    Mr Watzke said he understood the blasts were by the exit of the hotel and happened as the bus was passing. Police in Germany are investigating a letter found near the Borussia Dortmund team bus that allegedly claims responsibility for what has been described as a "targeted attack" on Tuesday evening.
  • FIFA, UEFA presidents condemn alleged attack on Borussia Dortmund team bus

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    In the aftermath of the explosions, the Dortmund team was taken back to the team hotel. The players were due to gather on Wednesday morning to digest Tuesday's events and prepare to face Monaco. A preliminary investigation indicates the explosives "could have been hidden in a hedge near a parking lot", according to an update posted on the Dortmund police website.
  • Westbrook Breaks Record With 42nd Triple-Double

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    The Thunder trailed 101-91 when the shot went through. Now, the two of them who are most likely to win the award this year will see each other in playoffs this upcoming weekend. Sabonis bricked another bunny a few minutes later. "It's fantastic", Westbrook told Fox Sports' Lesley McCaslin after the game about the record. Sabonis missed another short jumper with 5:39 left that would have given Westbrook the record.
  • Castellanos' two-out single in 8th lifts Tigers over Red Sox

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    Castellanos had been struck out twice by Sale in what was an 0-for-3 day before the game-winning single. Red Sox ace Chris Sale was brilliant over 7 2/3 innings. "I felt good about leaving him in, but he was over 100 pitches and he'd only been to 103 his last outing and it's only his second start of the season", Ausmus said.
  • Door is open for Griezmann at Real Madrid, says Ramos

    Door is open for Griezmann at Real Madrid, says Ramos

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    But the key was that we didn't read the last five minutes well enough. "I do not think we lack physical, but concentration and defend together and with more energy". Real Madrid are heading to Bayern Munich for the opening leg of their Champions League quarterfinal on Wednesday, with El Clasico against Barcelona set for April 23.
  • Thunder star Russell Westbrook resting against Timberwolves

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    There was a nightmarish end for the reigning champion Cleveland Cavaliers in Atlanta, where the Hawks became just the third National Basketball Association team to overcome a deficit of 26 or more points in the fourth quarter to win. The Pistons trailed by nine at the half but outscored the Grizzlies 55-33 in the second half. Memphis, which has secured the seventh seed in the Western Conference playoffs, sat its starters for the fourth quarter.
  • Congress raps government for 'bypassing' Rajya Sabha in Budget session

    Congress raps government for 'bypassing' Rajya Sabha in Budget session

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    Saying that the parliamentary session that will end soon was, "from the point of view of understanding and assessing the state of the economy", unsatisfactory, Mr. "Many of them may simply have no in-house talent or in-house skill to comply with the provisions of the GST law and not make mistakes", Chidambaram said.