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For Sunday's game, the city will have three giant screens on Broadway. It's now a best-of-three sprint to hockey's Holy Grail, and Nashville is riding a wave of momentum after outscoring the defending champions 9-2 over the past two games.
  • Juan Martin Del Potro wins, then consoles sobbing Nicolas Almagro

    Juan Martin Del Potro wins, then consoles sobbing Nicolas Almagro

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    In a moving display of sportsmanship, the towering Argentine leaped the net to go to the distressed Almagro's aid after he collapsed to the court in clear agony midway through their finely-balanced match. Following the withdrawal, del Potro was given a free pass into the third round. Del Potro said that he was trying to tell Almagro to remain calm and remember his family.
  • How Kevin Durant Made The Warriors Perfect

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    ALL is not lost for defending champion Cleveland , going by how the Cavaliers were able to regain a degree of dignity in the opening half of the NBA Finals Game 2 at the Oracle Arena. The Warriors have outscored Cleveland by 41 points through two games. And why not? The dynamic between Durant and Curry, both prior Kia MVP winners, is wrinkle-free.
  • Atlético's Griezmann: "It would be a dirty move to leave now"

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    The 26-year-old forward had been linked with a move to Manchester United , before their interest in him cooled. And after hinting on Twitter this week he could stay at Atletico, Griezmann has now confirmed the club's transfer ban means he will definitely not leave the Vicente Calderon this summer.
  • Wawrinka, Murray, Halep in action in 4th round in Paris

    Wawrinka, Murray, Halep in action in 4th round in Paris

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    Wawrinka has struggled for form since almost beating Roger Federer in the semi-finals of the Australian Open but is once again showing that he saves his best for the grand slams. "I was expecting him to have a lot of support, but I thought the crowd were very fair, and I am happy with everything". Wawrinka just beat the rain that brought an early end to Saturday's play.
  • Djokovic sinks Ramos-Vinolas to reach Paris quarters

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    But this was ultimately a very impressive display against a formidable opponent on this surface. "I think he really will step it up and try to do something special, try to play his best and really take on the challenge". In one of the later games yesterday, fourth seed Garbine Muguruza was eliminated by French player Kristina Mladenovic 6-1, 3-6, 6-3. "But I guess you just have to trust in the authorities and the people that are in charge that they know what they're doing".
  • Nadal into semifinals as Carreno Busta retires

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    Hope was pinned on the hiring of coach Andre Agassi, who many thought could inspire the reigning French Open champ to find a way to transition his 30's into more success. Thiem, beaten 6-1, 6-0 by Djokovic in Rome last month, could hardly believe his luck as his Serbian opponent waved the white flag in the third set, losing it in 20 minutes.
  • Warriors Coach Steve Kerr Opens Up On Future; Leads Team Past Cavs

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    We're hungry". However, the Cleveland Cavaliers' adjustments were at least partly to blame, and still stand as their best chance at slowing down the greatest offense in league history - assuming Durant, Curry and Thompson won't match this collective shooting and scoring performance again.
  • West Ham winger Snodgrass insists Scotland can beat England

    West Ham winger Snodgrass insists Scotland can beat England

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    But Chris Martin's late victor against Slovenia in March has kept the national team's slim qualification hopes alive. England are favourites to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation having seized control of Group F. But Snodgrass , who plays against those players every week in the English Premier League, says there is no reason to be afraid. It will be about which team has that desire to get on the ball and make things happen.
  • Does Wayne Rooney have a point about Tottenham Hotspur?

    Does Wayne Rooney have a point about Tottenham Hotspur?

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    This resulted in an unbeaten 2-0 win over Manu, As well as the fifth team in history, three European champions ( UEFA Europa League , Champions League and Club World Cup) have the distinction of being the champions of all major tournaments.
  • Real Madrid retains UEFA Champions title

    Real Madrid retains UEFA Champions title

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    This year's Champions League saw 380 goals scored in 125 games, with an average of 3.04 goals per game. Bale became just the sixth player to lift the Champions League or European Cup in their hometown, the last being Nicolas Anelka who also won the trophy with Real in 2000 in the Stade de France, Paris.