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Their protests have included flying a plane over The Hawthorns during Arsenal's 3-1 defeat at West Brom in March, though on that occasion their activities were disrupted by a rival aircraft demanding respect for Wenger. Today: Manchester City v Leicester City (1:30pm); Bournemouth v Burnley; Middlesbrough v Southampton; Sunderland v Swansea City; Stoke City v Arsenal (6:30pm).
  • Duke Basketball: Frank Jackson hires agent, will stay in 2017 NBA Draft

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    Unlike the others, Jackson initially kept open the option of returning to school by not immediately hiring an agent at the early entry deadline. While early indications were that Jackson would likely miss the first round, if he remained in the draft, a successful first day at the NBA Draft Combine may have helped change opinions.
  • Pedro gem moves clinical Chelsea closer to title

    Pedro gem moves clinical Chelsea closer to title

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    A sustained period of Chelsea pressure pushed Everton deep into their own penalty area and when the ball was worked to Pedro in a central position the Spanish winger uncorked a fierce 20-yard strike that flashed into the roof of the net for his first goal since February.
  • Kelly Olynyk Defends His 'Solid Screen' Against Wizards' Kelly Oubre

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    During the second quarter, Oubre received a hard screen from Celtics center Olynyk that knocked him down with Boston trailing, 45-24. So with that being said, Kelly Oubre Jr. "We can't respond that way", Brooks started off, in response, during his post-game press conference. Oubre joked Friday about how he emerged from the shower in the second half and was surprised to see teammate Brandon Jennings in the locker room.
  • Danica Patrick takes wild ride in fiery wreck at Kansas

    Danica Patrick takes wild ride in fiery wreck at Kansas

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    Patrick's No. 10 Wonder Woman/One Cure Ford burst into flames upon contacting the wall, while Logano's and Almirola's vehicle shot flames after the secondary collision. "All of us took a hard hit", Logano said. That's the last thing you want to see, a big hit like that from anyone. According to NASCAR, Almirola "was alert and oriented", but there was no further information available about his condition and possible injuries.
  • Ricky Stenhouse Jr. wins on late move at Talladega

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    RFR had a run of success on the restrictor plate tracks earlier in this decade before the organization's level of performance dipped, so it is not surprising to see the team get back to victory lane at a restrictor plate track. NASCAR was there to celebrate with the couple, Stenhouse the latest new face to win in a series undergoing a serious changing of the guard. Allmendinger was subsequently flipped by Logano and remained upside down for upwards of five minutes before safety crew ...
  • Always Dreaming wins rain-soaked Kentucky Derby

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    On Saturday, they fulfilled their dream of winning it together. Sent off at 9-2, Always Dreaming made it the fifth straight year that a Derby favourite has won, the longest such sequence since the 1970s. "I was so intense following Always Dreaming up front that I never did get a chance to pick them up". If they can get him figured out, he could steal it.
  • Record-breaking crowds flood the Parkway for NFL Draft Experience in Philly

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    If you were to tell anyone you knew who Mitchell Trubisky was a year ago let alone he would become the #2 overall pick you would nearly certainly be lying. Wilson enters a secondary in the need for a lot of help and improvement. Off-field or medical questions pushed running backs Dalvin Cook (Florida State) and Joe Mixon (Oklahoma), defensive tackle Malik McDowell (Michigan State), offensive tackle Cam Robinson (Alabama) and quarterback DeShone Kizer (Notre Dame) down the board, but ...
  • Rory McIlroy losing ground at Players' Championship

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    Speaking after the second round at the Players Championship on Friday, McIlroy acknowledged that he had aggravated his back. The 28-year-old, who birdied 16 and 17 before taking three putts to get down from 55 feet at the last, did at least give a positive prognosis on his back problem ahead of his MRI scan in Belfast on Monday.
  • Borges: Wizards' John Wall wins classic one-on-one battle to force Game 7

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    I'm excited. We couldn't take care of business tonight, an unbelievable shot by John Wall. "He's a victor. He plays to win", said Wizards coach Scott Brooks of Wall. "Death Row D.C." refers to the moniker that Morris assigned to the team back in December before they went on a record-setting turnaround after a 2-8 start.
  • Wizards must be able to bring home cooking on road to Boston

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    The Wizards have kept Isaiah Thomas in check for three straight games, but in Game 5, the Celtics exploited that to get Al Horford and Avery Bradley going. Bradley hit his last basket with 5:55 left in the third quarter and rested in the fourth. The Wizards have not lost on their home floor this postseason, and the Celtics know just how hard it is to win down in DC, dropping all four of their contests there this season (the home team is 9-0 overall this season and postseason).
  • Ducks face Oilers, Game 7 demons

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    Fleury stopped all 29 shots in a turn-back-the-clock performance to shut out the Washington Capitals 2-0 in Game 7 on Wednesday night, sending Pittsburgh to the Eastern Conference finals to face the Ottawa Senators. "We were down 1-0 for a little bit, and we didn't panic". Preds still unbeaten at home with 2 games here next week! Nashville knocked off the top team in the West in the First Round when they swept the Chicago Blackhawks .