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Canada's DeLaet was similar, although a birdie at the eighth and eagle at the par-four ninth kick-started his round. DeLaet's best finish at Harbour Town came a year ago when he tied for 14th. First-round leader Bob Tway followed his opening 65 with a 71 to drop into a tie for second with Kenny Perry (64), Billy Andrade (66), Brandt Jobe (68) and Kevin Sutherland (69).
  • Monte Carlo Masters wrap: Nadal destroys Zverev as Murray, Wawrinka crash out

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    The Scot was broken 7 times as 29-year-old Ramos claimed a first ever win against a world number 1 which was undoubtedly a great disappointment for Murray's fans. In another match , Nadal dropped a set in the second round against Kyle Edmund but was ruthless as he dispatched another young gun, the 20-year-old Zverev who was reduced to trashing rackets in frustration against the Spaniard.
  • Rafa Nadal confirms his King of Clay title in Monte-Carlo

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    It is another important event for me". The 14-time grand slam champion had won his two previous encounters against Ramos-Vinolas and the 15th seed failed to snap that run yesterday. His first appearance in Monte Carlo was as a 16-year-old in 2003, when he beat Slovak Karol Kucera in the first round. "See you next year", said Nadal on the awarding ceremony, where a video showed every title he claimed at Monte-Carlo dating back to 2005, reports Xinhua news agency.
  • NBA Playoffs First Round: Cavaliers 117-111 Pacers

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    Paul George had another nice game versus star rival James finishing with 32 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists. James was one of the biggest offenders, with eight turnovers, something Lue blamed on fatigue. They also got an assist from the officials, according to Memphis coach David Fizdale. The Cleveland Cavaliers knew a best-of-seven series with the Indiana Pacers would be physical, and the first two games in the opening round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs have proven to be ...
  • Lions 2017 Schedule Officially Announced

    Lions 2017 Schedule Officially Announced

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    The Lions didn't do too bad with their break coming in Week 7, especially since that time off leads into those back-to-back prime-time matchups with the Steelers and Packers. On Thanksgiving, the Lions will host the Minnesota Vikings, with the nationally-televised game starting at 12:30 p.m. The game represents Detroit's first game to broadcast exclusively on NFLN.
  • Liverpool make 'new Bale' a summer priority

    Liverpool make 'new Bale' a summer priority

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    Sessegnon can't ink a professional contract until he turns 17 next month and he already has a pre-agreement with Fulham in place which is due to be signed on July 1st. The 16-year-old has scored an incredible 7 goals in his 28 appearances from full-back this season to help Fulham in their promotion push with the Londoners now sitting in the play-off spots with just two games remaining.
  • Nice loses ground in title race after 1-1 draw at Toulouse

    Nice loses ground in title race after 1-1 draw at Toulouse

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    Lyon got themselves back into the game six minutes after the restart when Tousart met a Memphis Depay corner to send a bullet header past Danijel Subasic and score his first Ligue 1 goal a week before his 20th birthday. Wenger likened Mbappe's situation at Monaco to that of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil at Arsenal . Real Madrid could look to blow their European rivals out of the water in the race to sign Monaco forward Kylian Mbappe by offering up to €100m [£85m], with Florentino ...
  • Dani Alves reveals what he told Neymar after Barcelona's UCL exit

    Dani Alves reveals what he told Neymar after Barcelona's UCL exit

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    Juve showed great tactical savvy by pressing high and preventing Barca dominating the ball like they did against PSG, although Messi should have done better with his shot from the edge of the area after 19 minutes. Buffon had to make just one save all match as Juventus defended as a team, with the forwards tracking back too - something which has been its strength under Allegri.
  • Oklahoma City Thunder: A look back at eight historic Westbrook feats

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    But once in a very rare while an athlete crosses thresholds that are so rarely achieved and do so in such over-whelming fashion that history will never forget. Just take it day-by-day. In the West, the Warriors caught a late-season rhythm but did so mostly without prized off-season acquisition Kevin Durant , who missed 19 games with a knee sprain and is being reinserted into the lineup on the fly.
  • Rockets dig 0-2 hole for Thunder in National Basketball Association playoffs

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    They had to change because this game forced them to do so. His scoring helped the Wizards erode their deficit and trade it for a double-digit lead throughout much of the second half. His defense will also be important for the team. The backup big man made all seven of his field-goal attempts and delivered several more of his signature alley-oop dunks as Durant watched with a strained left calf he hurt in the playoff opener Sunday.
  • Thomas Tuchel says Borussia Dortmund are stronger after attack on team bus

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    Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim has told his team to maintain their concentration levels in their quest to nail down a place in the last four. It was this mutual respect that prompted Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev to give Dortmund's CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke a plaque with several photos showing the communion between the two sets of fans last week.
  • Giannis Antetokounmpo produces dunking clinic against Toronto

    Giannis Antetokounmpo produces dunking clinic against Toronto

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    They had 28 points in transition and whether it's scrambling, multiple efforts, next guy rotating, we didn't do it. "It's big for us", Antetokounmpo said. Mike Conley scored nine points and had four assists in the first quarter, but he finished with only 13 points on 5-of-14 shooting. "When he came out I thought his teammates picked him up", Bucks coach Jason Kidd said.