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Thanks to a 4-0 drubbing of a sorry West Ham yesterday, Klopp's side are up to third in the table and a win against already-relegated Middlesbrough next weekend will guarantee the Reds a return to Europe's main club competition. West Ham , in comparison, failed to show up, and manager Slaven Bilic will be bitterly disappointed with his side's performance in their final home game of the season.
  • Spurs' Kawhi Leonard ruled out for Game 2 vs Warriors

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    Durant scored 10 straight points during a key fourth-quarter stretch on the way to 34 points, while Zaza Pachulia had 11 points and nine rebounds. Somehow, these unusually careless, cold-shooting Warriors found a way to keep their unblemished postseason record alive at 9-0.
  • Rafael Nadal claims Madrid Open for third straight title

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    Winning is very important but also the way I'm playing at the moment makes me very relaxed. "I just try to go for all of them". It was Nadal's second straight win against the 23-year-old Austrian, coming two weeks after the Barcelona Open final, when the fifth-ranked Spaniard cruised to victory in straight sets.
  • Kelly Oubre says K-State fans are the hardest on the Jayhawks

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    Boston, with a 3-2 lead and a home Game 7 if necessary, ought to feel pretty good right now about advancing. Big runs have been the story of the series (aside from that home court thing) and for the first time in Game 5, the Celtics were the ones putting the points on the board.
  • India's cricket team to participate in Champions Trophy

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    They will also attend a week-long training camp from the third week of May in Birmingham to prepare for the eight-team event, beginning June 1 in England and Wales. Apart from them, the big guns Suresh Raina and Dinesh Karthik were also not included in the 15 member squad . Revoking the MPA would mean that India would not play - or host - any ICC tournaments until 2023.
  • Florida governor: Tourists still coming in record numbers

    Florida governor: Tourists still coming in record numbers

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    The 31.1 million was "the highest number of quarterly visitors in the state's history", Scott said. Scott has criticized the proposed cut and has said it could cost the state jobs. Meanwhile, Florida attracted 2.2 percent fewer Canadians -- due in part to a weaker Canadian dollar -- in a comparison to the first three quarters of 2016, and overseas visitors dropped by 1.8 percent in the same time.
  • F1: Hamilton wins Spanish thriller, Vettel second

    F1: Hamilton wins Spanish thriller, Vettel second

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    The series leader and four-time champion German was still smiling, but clearly frustrated, after the race despite praise being poured on him for a classic passing move on Finn Bottas during the race. While Vettel used his two sets of faster tires first before finishing on the more long-lasting but slower ones, Hamilton used his more conservative tires after his first pit stop, allowing him to finish on the faster set.
  • Outfielder Ian Happ called up by Cubs, makes majors debut

    Outfielder Ian Happ called up by Cubs, makes majors debut

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    Louis Cardinals on Saturday, Maddon remained stuck on 999 career wins in his managerial career with the then-California and Anaheim Angels (on an interim basis), Tampa Bay Rays and the Cubs . On the mound, Lester was less successful, going 5.2 innings giving up 4 runs, 3 of which were earned. Martinez allowed three runs, five hits and four walks over 62/3 innings, striking out seven.
  • Jeter enshrined forever as No. 2 retired by Yanks

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    For the Houston Astros and New York Yankees , Sunday will feature two games with a ceremony in between. "When you play here in NY for 20 years, I learned that time flies, memories fade, but family is forever". Reggie Jackson also made an appearance, as did current Marlins manager and a previous Yankee captain, Don Mattingly, via a video message on the Jumbotron.
  • Kawhi Leonard didn't think Zaza Pachulia tried to hurt him on goal

    Kawhi Leonard didn't think Zaza Pachulia tried to hurt him on goal

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    If the Spurs had held on to win Game 1 , the odds would've given San Antonio a 53.95% chance of eliminating Golden State, essentially a coin toss. "It's hard to tell (about Tuesday)". "If he would have played and they ended up winning, I'd go get dinner, have a glass of wine and wake up the next day and go to practice and move on", Popovich said "But this is crap".