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Game 2 drew an average minute audience of 435,800 viewers, 1,774,600 unique viewers and 71,030,300 total minutes streamed - all records for an NBA Finals Game 2. So the big man settled for a 10-foot hook shot, a low-percentage look if he even got it off. "He missed some chippies - ones he's so accustomed to making".
  • Vettel victory not orchestrated by Ferrari - Wolff

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    A lot of people including Hamilton believed that Ferrari used this strategy on objective to let Vettel get ahead to boost his title chances. Behind him were Bottas, Verstappen and Carlos Sainz while Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton made an impressive move, finishing seventh after starting from 12th on the grid to pick up six points.
  • Warriors are halfway to a sweep, so where would they rank all

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    Though those three percentages aren't held up the same way for individual games, it turns out they're equally rare and impressive. The offense picked up thanks to 27 points from Kevin Love and the Cavs scored 22 more points than in the opener in a faster-paced game, but that also helped the Warriors improve their shooting from 43 percent to 52 percent as Cleveland had a weaker defensive on the floor.
  • Arsenal sign Schalke defender Kolasinac

    Arsenal sign Schalke defender Kolasinac

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    The Bosnia-Herzegovina global, 23, will join on a free transfer and become an Arsenal player on 1 July when the transfer window opens. SEAD KOLASINAC has reportedly signed for Arsenal - here's how they could line up with him next season.
  • Borussia Dortmund: Peter Bosz leaves Ajax to manage Bundesliga side

    Borussia Dortmund: Peter Bosz leaves Ajax to manage Bundesliga side

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    Ajax confirmed on their official website that an agreement had been reached with Dortmund , with general manager Edwin van der Sar describing it as a "good deal". It is a record buyout of a head coach for a German club, breaking the previous record of €4 million. Bundesliga side Dortmund fired Thomas Tuchel shortly after the end to their season, which resulted in them defeating Frankfurt to lift the DFB-Pokal.
  • President Trump lays out controversial plan to privatize air traffic control system

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    Declaring the current system "stuck painfully in the past", Trump called for separating air traffic control operations from the Federal Aviation Administration, an approach that USA airlines have long championed. In addition to providing air traffic services, the FAA also provides safety oversight for those services. Mr. Trump says the plan will also maintain support for rural communities and airfields used by Air National Guard units.
  • Upal Tharanga suspended for two matches for 'serious' over-rate offence

    Upal Tharanga suspended for two matches for 'serious' over-rate offence

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    Opener Amla and Faf du Plessis combined for 145 for the second wicket for South Africa , which started slow and finished fast. Although Quinton de Kock failed to fire at the top of the order for South Africa , using up 42 balls for his 23, Amla and Du Plessis proceeded to lay an excellent platform.
  • Teacher praises LeBron James with signs near his home in Ohio

    Teacher praises LeBron James with signs near his home in Ohio

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    He saw the signs before they went up and told her, "Nobody should have a problem with those". Pennington's mother was James' kindergarten teacher and she taught at a LeBron James Family Foundation summer camp. They have since been taken down. Pennington went on to note that she and the school district she works for have been directly affected by James' generosity, saying "LeBron donates a ton to Akron Public Schools".
  • Murray pays tribute to victims of terror attacks

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    Results: Round 4 (Prefix denotes seeding): Men: 3-Stan Wawrinka (Sui) bt 15-Gael Monfils (Fra) 7-5, 7-6 (7); 7-Marin Cilic (Cro) bt Kevin Anderson (SA) 6-3, 3-0 (Anderson retired); 8-Kei Nishikori (Jpn) bt Fernando Verdasco (Esp) 0-6, 6-4, 6-4, 6-0; 1-Andy Murray (Gbr) bt Karen Khachanov (Rus) 6-3, 6-4, 6-4.
  • Murray eases past Khachanov into quarter-finals

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    Halep had lost her previous four clay-court matches against Suarez Navarro, including in the first round at Roland Garros in 2013. He was still struggling with the effects of an elbow injury that halted his USA hard-court spring causing him to withdraw from his more favoured Miami.
  • Manu Ginobili on retirement: 'It feels like they want me to retire'

    Manu Ginobili on retirement: 'It feels like they want me to retire'

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    Warriors' reigning NBA MVP Steph Curry hammered the Spurs with 36 points, hitting 14 of his 24 field goals including five three-pointers. The Cavs barely eked out the series in seven game and Golden State was missing defensive anchor Andrew Bogut for most of it - not to mention Draymond Green's suspension for Game 5.
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    Cleveland Cavaliers search for production outside of "Big Three"

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    Once you see Curry clutch the ball with both hands and jump back beyond the three-point line-the video below helpfully freezes it-you won't be able to unsee it. "And we're going to need to play better to win on the road". Love gave the Cavs a needed second offensive threat with 27 points but against a team filled with a pair of former MVPs in Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant , two other 2017 All-Stars in Draymond Green and Klay Thompson and several role players who have made key ...