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The final score would indicate a back-and-forth shootout, but that wasn't the case. James was just as deadly on the defensive end, leading everyone with six steals and the starting lineup's only blocked shot. Turning Point - Despite a sloppy fourth quarter, the Cavaliers showed just how potent they can be when they're cooking. Cleveland seized control in the third quarter, hitting 7 of 11 3-pointers and outscoring Orlando 40-23.
  • 'Atlanta' Season 2 Trailer: It's Time For 'Robbin' Season'

    'Atlanta' Season 2 Trailer: It's Time For 'Robbin' Season'

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    There's also an alligator cameo in there too. The Upright Citizens Brigade alum didn't make any promises, just that "We didn't want to come at the second season in terms of how do we beat last season, rather how do we make this another season of a show I want to watch".
  • LaVar Ball: Lakers coach Luke Walton 'doesn't have control' of team

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    Of his father's comments, the younger Ball told reporters before the game "I'll play for anybody.my job is to play basketball". Sat him down. Now game goes from four points to 10 to 15 to 20. Carlisle was then asked if ESPN should only publish stories that meet the approval of the coaches. Lavar Ball also said he is confident that LeBron James , whom he has never met, will be coming to the Lakers this offseason as a free agent.
  • Panthers Facing Questions About Cam Newton's Quick Return

    Panthers Facing Questions About Cam Newton's Quick Return

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    Newton exited Carolina's wild-card loss to the New Orleans Saints after taking a hit to the head in the fourth quarter. Though Newton went to the ground on his way to the sideline, he said it was because of an eye injury and not a head injury, per NFL Network's Tiffany Blackmon : "I know it was a precautionary concussion protocol thing that happened, but it wasn't my head, it was my eye".
  • Antoine Griezmann 'demands £400000-a-week Manchester United wages'

    Antoine Griezmann 'demands £400000-a-week Manchester United wages'

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    United were interested in the France global last summer before switching their focus to signing a centre forward - ultimately agreeing a £75 million deal with Everton for Romelu Lukaku . That's after he's already said to have turned down a £300,000-per-week offer from the Red Devils to boost their attacking ranks at the end of this season, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic expected to leave when his contract expires.
  • Arsenal hold edge over Manchester City in race for Jonny Evans

    Arsenal hold edge over Manchester City in race for Jonny Evans

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    In Laurent Koscielny and Nacho Monreal's absence, neither Calum Chambers or Rob Holding have particularly impressed at the back while Per Mertesacker is expected to retire at the end of the season. And that could put Pep Guardiola's men in the driving seat for the Northern Ireland global. The report claims that Arsenal may have an advantage in the chase for Evans' signature as West Brom are believed to be interested in bringing Gunners full-back Mathieu Debuchy in the opposite direction.
  • Murray announces hip surgery, eyes grasscourt season

    Murray announces hip surgery, eyes grasscourt season

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    The42 has just published its first book, Behind The Lines, a collection of some of the year's best sports stories. "Obviously, I was still doing fine a year ago - I was ranked No 1 in the world". "I'll come back from this". Murray also said he underwent some minor surgery on his groin on 18 December. "I was nervous this morning, but it was the right decision to make".
  • How much should Arsenal demand for Theo Walcott?

    How much should Arsenal demand for Theo Walcott?

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    Southampton have made their interest in re-signing their former player this month known and even Sam Allardyce is alive to the idea of taking Walcott to Merseyside with Everton. "That should have been the day the curtain opened for a lot of these players; (Alex) Oxlade-Chamberlain, Walcott, all the boys that are on the fringe to say "maybe my time is up here".
  • Jon Gruden returns as Oakland Raiders head coach

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    On Saturday, however, Gruden was in his familiar spot in the broadcast booth serving as color commentator alongside play-by-play partner Sean McDonough. The Raiders fired Jack Del Rio following the end of a disappointing six-win season. ESPN reported the day before the Raiders' season finale that Mark Davis, the team's owner and the son of Al Davis, was prepared to make Gruden a lucrative offer.
  • Chelsea complete signing of Ross Barkley from Everton

    Chelsea complete signing of Ross Barkley from Everton

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    Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has challenged Ross Barkley to earn a place in the England squad for the World Cup following his move to Stamford Bridge. I think he has the quality to score more goals . Lampard believes Barkley is a great player and he will succeed at Stamford Bridge. "This signing is a good signing for the club".
  • Dakar rally: 40th edition begins in Lima

    Dakar rally: 40th edition begins in Lima

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    Self-proclaimed petrol head Villas-Boas, whose uncle competed in the race between 1982 and 1984, is participating in his first rally and finished an opening day that wasn't without a crash or two 11 minutes behind Qatar's two-time victor Nasser al-Attiyah.
  • Titans Rally to Beat Chiefs 22-21 in Playoffs

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    Dick LeBeau's defense forced yet another punt on the ensuing Chiefs possession, and the Titans embarked on yet another long scoring drive, this time going 80 yards on 11 plays and ate up just over five minutes of game time. The good news for the Titans, though, it was a down year in the AFC and they snuck into the playoffs with a 9-7 record. Eager to melt the clock, the Titans put the ball in Henry's gut.
  • Johnson misses hole-in-one on par four by inches

    Johnson misses hole-in-one on par four by inches

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    The 33-year-old, who won four times last season, picked up four birdies on the first nine and added three more to goalong with an eagle at the par-4 12th hole to shut the door on the competition. But he three-putted from the rear fringe before offsetting a birdie at nine with his only blemish of the day at the tough 11th, although he atoned immediately when his flawless pitch-and-run from over 72 yards rolled into the cup for an eagle-two.
  • Yannick Ngakoue accuses Bills' Richie Incognito of using racial slurs

    Yannick Ngakoue accuses Bills' Richie Incognito of using racial slurs

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    The hashtag #iaintjonathanmartin is a reference to former Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin , a former teammate of Incognito's in Miami. Ngakoue tweeted that he is proud of his African heritage, as is 70 percent of the NFL. Despite all of that, Incognito claims he's not a racist despite repeatedly using a racial slur. Incognito was suspended for the final eight games and sat out the 2014 season before joining the Bills.