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At the other end of the table, Sunderland moved closer to what seems nearly inevitable relegation, beaten 2-0 at Leicester City whose new manager Craig Shakespeare could celebrate a fifth successive league win since taking over from Claudio Ranieri.
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    The other pick and roll, he kind of got an open lane to the basket, I don't think I fouled him". Following a four-game winning streak that appeared to have the Bulls in prime position to make a late run and solidify their position in the postseason, the Bulls squandered virtually all of that goodwill in one night against an terrible Knicks team decimated by injuries and starting two undrafted players.
  • West Ham tops Swansea; stay clear of relegation

    West Ham tops Swansea; stay clear of relegation

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    Prior to their showdown against the Swans in East London they went seven games in the league without a win including losing their last five on the bounce. It was so important and it's a fantastic win for the club. One of the players of the season so far, Liverpool were devastated to see Mane ruled out for the season after being injured in the Merseyside derby.
  • Mesut Ozil: Arsenal star reveals he is happy at club

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    Some fans have called for Wenger to leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the season and Alan Smith says the Frenchman should have left after the FA Cup triumph in 2014. The Arsenal boss has held talks over changes to his coaching staff, with club officials keen to have more influence over a manager who insists on making all key decisions on his own .
  • Sergio Garcia on Masters victory: "I was just screaming"

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    For Rose, the question now is whether he will be able to recover from the 2017 Masters as quickly, whether the damage done on Sunday will be as easy to fix as all those divots left in the fairways . "I've been hitting that drive every day like a high cut". "Everybody that supported me, my sponsors, my moments that unfortunately didn't go the way I wanted".
  • Hamilton expects year-long brawl with Ferrari

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    The victory enhanced the Briton's reputation as one of Formula One's greats as he moved closer to Michael Schumacher in a number of different areas. I told Seb [Vettel] I was coming back to get him in the next one. On Lap 4, soon after the Ferrari exited the pits, Sauber rookie Antonio Giovinazzi crashed down the wet front straight, bringing out a full course caution and allowing Hamilton and Bottas to pit for fresh rubber and hold their positions.
  • Brooklyn Nets Benching Six Players vs Chicago Bulls

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    If you remove the Boston Celtics from the equation, the Heat are 6-4 against four of the top five teams in the league. San Antonio extended the lead on Jonathon Simmons' dunk and Kyle Anderson's basket. The Boston Celtics are in a unique position. The Indiana Pacers and Chicago Bulls are both in control of their own destiny. "When you have players that embrace culture, and we embrace them for who they are, and they take ownership, and it evolves into something even different and better ...
  • Ronaldo double secures Real comeback win over Bayern

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    The game turned after the break as Ronaldo equalised, then Real dominated Bayern with the numerical advantage and peppered the Bayern goal . Despite recent criticism of the triumvirate of Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale, all three are expected to start at the Allianz Arena .
  • Ibra sparks Man Utd against 10-man Sunderland

    Ibra sparks Man Utd against 10-man Sunderland

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    Larsson's high tackle on Herrera deservedly brought a free-kick but the straight red card puzzled onlookers and infuriated the midfielder, leaving Moyes as perplexed as he was frustrated. On Sunday against Sunderland, the 35-year-old scored the opening goal for Manchester United and reached a personal landmark. Sunderland spurned its best chance of the game ten minutes later when Victor Anichebe did his best Ibrahimovic impression, holding off Eric Bailly before forcing a fine save from ...
  • Federer up to world No.4 after Miami win

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    The Swiss returned to competitive tennis in less than two months after the injury, but just before the Olympics, Federer pulled out of the rest of the season in 2016, to receive more extensive rehabilitation on his knee. Rafa Nadal rolled by unseeded Italian Fabio Fognini 6-1 7-5 on Friday to reach his fifth Miami Open final and a potential rematch of the Australian Open decider with Roger Federer .
  • National Basketball Association disagrees with LeBron over sixth foul

    National Basketball Association disagrees with LeBron over sixth foul

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    Tyler Johnson had 24 points and Hassan Whiteside added 23 and 18 rebounds for the Heat (40-41). On the season, Miami is averaging 102.8 points, 43.5 rebounds and 21.2 assists per game. Following the release of guard DeAndre Liggins , the Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly set to sign veteran wing Dahntay Jones to fill their final roster spot heading into the 2017 National Basketball Association playoffs.
  • Bruins coach Cassidy ready to return to playoffs

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    Now that's Toronto's task. Not that the Bruins have had success against either club this season. The team made a decision to fire their head coach Claude Julien in the middle of the season and replace him with Bruce Cassidy. They have been shut out three times since February 4th, and have averaged 2.21 goals-for since that date in 33 games. Tuukka Rask was solid, making 26 saves.