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But an interesting twist, one reason the Knights are so good is the Washington Capitals franchise they'll face in this best-of-seven championship round. Knights gear is everywhere in Sin City and numerous casinos' massive electronic marquees wish the Knights good luck. The emotional opening night ceremony to honor the victims, which preceded an historic win over Arizona, remains one of the high points of the season.
  • F1: Monaco Grand Prix

    F1: Monaco Grand Prix

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    Daniel Ricciardo took a dominant pole position for the Monaco Grand Prix on Saturday, softening the blow for Red Bull after his teammate Max Verstappen failed to even start qualifying, having earlier crashed in final practice. It think it is quite boring. "We changed a lot of things, it didn't fix the problem but we had to just survive with our problem all race so that wasn't fun".
  • Championship play-off match report Aston Villa v Fulham 26 May 2018

    Championship play-off match report Aston Villa v Fulham 26 May 2018

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    Villa were beaten 1-0 by Fulham at Wembley in Saturday's Championship play-off final, with Tom Cairney's 23rd-minute goal proving the difference. Having won his two previous play-off finals, Bruce was on the losing side for the first time and despite an improved performance from his team after the break, they didn't really do enough on the day.
  • Mohamed Salah ‘confident’ of being fit in time for World Cup finals

    Mohamed Salah ‘confident’ of being fit in time for World Cup finals

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    Speaking after winning his third successive Champions League title Bale admitted he is frustrated by a lack of game time in the Spanish capital and revealed that he will sit down with his agent over the summer to assess his options. "I was very disappointed to not be starting, I thought that I deserved to start, ' Bale said after the final". He told Talk Sport: 'I don't feel anything right now.
  • LeBron James leads Cleveland Cavaliers to finals with victory over Boston Celtics

    LeBron James leads Cleveland Cavaliers to finals with victory over Boston Celtics

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    Check out this end of game action in this Fantastic Finish. The Celtics started out hot taking a 26-18 lead after the first quarter. After Cleveland built a four-point lead on a nice driving banker by James, Tatum brought Boston back with a ferocious dunk over James and a three-pointer on back-to-back possessions, giving the C's a 72-71 lead.
  • Manchester United Close In On Real Madrid Star, Chelsea Also Interested

    Manchester United Close In On Real Madrid Star, Chelsea Also Interested

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    The fate of Salah's participation in the World up remains unclear. "Through follow ups on the phone with the national team's delegation in Italy.the officials at Liverpool said an X-ray on Salah's shoulder" showed the injury to be in the ligaments, the Egyptian Football Associated said on Twitter on Saturday.
  • Warriors stay alive, drag Rockets to winner-take-all Game 7

    Warriors stay alive, drag Rockets to winner-take-all Game 7

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    He's so comfortable in his own skin. I just think he wants to go out there and hoop, and he doesn't worry about much else. "He just competes and plays". The Warriors showed signs of life in the second quarter, putting together a 23-11 scoring run and trimming the deficit to five points. And roaring Oracle Arena went insane with hopes of even more home games to come if Golden State can get to a fourth straight finals.
  • Australia Ranchi Test, India-England Chennai Test were fixed

    Australia Ranchi Test, India-England Chennai Test were fixed

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    The BCCI on Sunday reacted cautiously to a sting operation which alleged pitch doctoring in three Test matches featuring India, saying it would consider action against implicated former cricketer Robin Morris only if he is found guilty in an ongoing ICC probe.
  • Will Power wins Indy 500, pours milk on everyone, ends up apologizing

    Will Power wins Indy 500, pours milk on everyone, ends up apologizing

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    After she parted ways with Stewart-Haas Racing following the end of the 2017 NASCAR season, Patrick said her final two races would be the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500 . She had her best finish of third in the race in 2009. "My career, I've had so many wins, so many poles but everyone always talks about the 500 and I just couldn't imagine winning a race in front of a crowd like this".
  • Warriors crush Rockets to force game seven in West

    Warriors crush Rockets to force game seven in West

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    The Rockets are a win away from the NBA Finals and they're playing the game in Toyota Center. "I want them to win so bad". Nevertheless, the Rockets got exhausted playing without Chris Paul and wound up losing in blowout fashion to the Warriors 115-86, as reported by Yahoo Sports .
  • Ravens Respond to NFL's National Anthem Rule Changes

    Ravens Respond to NFL's National Anthem Rule Changes

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    Cardin prefaced his reaction by saying the United States "stands for the constitutional protections of the First Amendment, the right of freedom of speech". The policy states that if players kneel on the field or sidelines, their teams will be fined, but players are allowed to remain in the locker room while the anthem is played.
  • Liverpool supporters reacts to Loris Karius mistake

    Liverpool supporters reacts to Loris Karius mistake

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    The Welshman could not have hoped for a better farewell than his sensational brace at Kiev - his performances already earning him a deserving pedestal in Real Madrid's glorious history irrespective of his future crusades, in or outside Spain.
  • Seven takeaways from the Champions League final

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    Taking the blame: Loris Karius has accepted responsibility for Liverpool's defeat by Real Madrid . "I've kept putting up with this but then I couldn't control myself", he said. "We made history. That's the important thing", he added. Despite failing to score in the final, Ronaldo ended as the competition's top scorer for a sixth straight season as Real became the first side in 42 years to win three consecutive European Cups.
  • Horner: 'Max smart enough to learn from brutal lesson'

    Horner: 'Max smart enough to learn from brutal lesson'

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    Horner said it was up to the FIA to investigate, but stressed it was a team's obligation to ensure the vehicle is within the regulations when it goes to scrutineering. Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel beat Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton to second. Ricciardo lapped the circuit in a time of 1m10.810s on his first run in Q3, which also remained his best despite a second attempt in the final sector.