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And then he came up short of the 17th green and dropped one more shot that sent him home early to spend time with his newborn son. "So, it should be a fun weekend". "After yesterday's round, I received a couple of tips from different people, and it seemed to work well", he said. Matsuyama is part of the group at 5 under (that also includes Open rookies Si Woo Kim, Xander Schauffele and amateur Cameron Champ) and had a simple explanation why: "The biggest difference was I putted very well ...
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    Oakland is also losing one of its other beloved teams, the Raiders, to Las Vegas, and the city is still reeling from a police scandal and mourning a deadly warehouse fire. Green wore a t-shirt at Thursday's championship parade and rally in Oakland, California that read, "Quickie", with the "Q" styled to mimic the Cavaliers arena, which is referred to as The Q.
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    There he stayed until the umpire called time. Cilic is yet to surrender a set at Roland Garros this year and has failed to lose more than three games in any set played, which serves as an indication as to the kind of form he's enjoying as he seeks glory in Paris .
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    As we all have seen, fans of both teams can get rather rambunctious. "So I think all those things are weighed to a point where hopefully good decisions are made". So, the fact that Crosby once again showed up and played arguably his best game of the playoffs on Thursday wasn't necessarily the story in a 6-0 Game 5.
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    I know once you are ready mentally, anything can be possible. It's worth noting that in such a tie some firms will look at who has conceded the fewest runs to find a victor but with Junaid not as tight economically as main rival Hasan, I want to tie on side too.
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    The British and Irish Lions have turned the second-half screws on the Maori All Blacks , emerging 32-10 victors in Rotorua . And the All Blacks coach immediately cranked up the pressure on Gatland by insisting his opposite number is "running out of time" to flawless his Test match line-up.
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    The top three players in the world have never missed the cut in the same major dating to when the world ranking began in 1986. Speaking about the changes he made past year, Fleetwood added: "I went back to my old coach and had one of my best mates caddying and I think that can't be underestimated, having your friend with you, whether you're leading the US Open or playing a casual round at home ".
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    The former South Africa and Australia coach believes the key to Pakistan's success lies in their constant search for wickets . But Pakistan , the lowest-ranked side in a tournament featuring the world's leading eight one-day worldwide nations, bounced back to beat top-seeded South Africa and then held their nerve in a tense virtual quarter-final with Sri Lanka in Cardiff on Monday.
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    It can not get bigger than this in the game of cricket, barring a world cup final between the two South Asian giants. Pakistan can cause another upset and beat India in Sunday's Champions Trophy final, according to our Andy Schooler. The win was complimented by some exceptional bowling and an authoritative batting display by the Men in Blue. "Such a feat will encourage youth to take to the game and this feel good factor that cricket is able to create will have a positive impact on the ...
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    There is speculation that James would feel more comfortable leaving OH a second time after the Akron native delivered the Cleveland's first championship in 52 years. "I don't believe in that". We are already know how some players feel about President Trump. Beating Cleveland two out of three in the first rivalry to be featured in three consecutive finals didn't hurt the sense of drama the Warriors aroused all season.