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The mystery is gone, and Golden State - which hasn't lost four consecutive games in the same season since 2013, back when Mark Jackson was coaching the Warriors instead of calling their games on ABC and ESPN - needs only to avoid an apocalyptic collapse to win their third title in four years.
  • Stephen Curry's Incredible 3-Point Shooting Leads Warriors to Game 2 Win

    Stephen Curry's Incredible 3-Point Shooting Leads Warriors to Game 2 Win

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    Warriors guard Klay Thompson , playing despite a left ankle injury in the opener, says Golden State has a strong focus knowing the Cavaliers rallied from 2-0 down to beat Boston in the Eastern Conference finals. F-. No". "I'm always a person the fans like to talk to and heckle", Smith said . They terrified the Warriors for much of the first game behind LeBron James's 51 points, turning their misses into second shots with 19 offensive rebounds, compared to the Warriors' four.
  • Danny Ainge Reveals Why Kyrie Irving Wasn’t At Game 7

    Danny Ainge Reveals Why Kyrie Irving Wasn’t At Game 7

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    This summer may present him with an even bigger challenge: standing pat. On Monday, Celtics president Danny Ainge informed everybody where Irving was. "That's going to eat at all of us for a while". But, as it turns out, he had a good reason. It was a rare sour note from a Celtics team that gave us plenty to root for this year.
  • NBA Finals 2018: Stephen Curry breaks 3-point record

    NBA Finals 2018: Stephen Curry breaks 3-point record

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    James had a monster game to keep Cleveland in it through, pouring in 51 points to go with eight boards and eight assists. As Thompson made his way toward the Oracle Arena tunnel late in overtime with the Cavs' security staff, he could be seen telling Green to meet him outside.
  • Chelsea plot shock approach for Zinedine Zidane

    Chelsea plot shock approach for Zinedine Zidane

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    The 3-1 victory over Liverpool in Kiev on Saturday was the pinnacle of a coaching career after his reign as a player with Real Madrid which peaked when he scored the winning goal in the 2002 Champions League final against Bayer Leverkusen in Glasgow.
  • Thane Police Summons Arbaaz Khan for IPL betting Case

    Thane Police Summons Arbaaz Khan for IPL betting Case

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    According to police sources one Sonu Jalan a bookie was arrested a few days earlier and also confiscated a diary from him which had names of all his clients. Son of celebrated Bollywood writer Salim Khan, Arbaaz is the younger brother of superstar Salman Khan and film-maker Sohail Khan. Sonu Jalan is also said to be associated with Dawood Ibrahim and is a close aide of another top worldwide bookie running the racket.
  • I felt like superhero - Serena Williams

    I felt like superhero - Serena Williams

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    The 36-year-old professional tennis player has revealed she struggled with her mood after she gave birth to her daughter Olympia - whom she has with her husband Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian - last September following a hard labour and once cried her eyes out because she couldn't find the little one's bottle.
  • Damarious Randall admits huge mistake selling the Cavs fan base short

    Damarious Randall admits huge mistake selling the Cavs fan base short

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    And maybe that's why Randall, who is now a member of the Cleveland Browns, felt comfortable telling anyone who retweeted one of his posts that he'd buy each of them a jersey should Cleveland win the title. I think he has a love and a respect for Curry, obviously. Randall had over 400,000 retweets as of late Tuesday afternoon, and that number is climbing fast.
  • Champions League final: Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah suffers suspected dislocated shoulder

    Champions League final: Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah suffers suspected dislocated shoulder

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    Salah, who scored 44 goals for Liverpool this season, came off just half an hour into the game in tears after hurting himself in a challenge with Sergio Ramos. Salah's performances this term, following his move from AS Roma, have made him Liverpool's top performer and a national hero. The Reds had impressed early on in the tie but were ultimately undone by two Gareth Bale goals after Sadio Mane had cancelled out Karim Benzema's opener.
  • Golden Knights top Capitals in Game 1 of Stanley Cup final

    Golden Knights top Capitals in Game 1 of Stanley Cup final

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    Marc-Andre Fleury had 24 saves to pick up his 75th career playoff victory, just two behind Mike Vernon for seventh on the all-time list. But Fleury's struggles didn't matter because the Golden Knights' fourth line, which includes a Frenchman (Pierre-Édouard Bellemare), a Czech (Tomas Nosek) and a Canadian ( Ryan Reaves ), rode to the rescue.
  • Fulham back in the Premier League

    Fulham back in the Premier League

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    Of Villa's starters, seven were over the age of 30, Fulham had just one. Fulham were last in the Premier League in 2013-14 where they were relegated alongside Norwich and Cardiff. It was a moment of madness from the Fulham full-back, plain and simple. "But when it is as deliberate as that, he deserves a red card". Villa failed to heed that warning and Fulham fulfilled their manager's prediction as they took the lead in the 23rd minute.
  • Why Man City Withdrew Interest in Shakhtar Donetsk Midfielder Fred in January

    Why Man City Withdrew Interest in Shakhtar Donetsk Midfielder Fred in January

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    But that has not deterred his suitors with many clubs keen on the versatile midfielder and Mourinho may want to get in before the rest to secure the signing. Fred is an excellent technical player, coupling his passing range with a high intensity work-rate, great balance, composure, and a delightful dribbling ability even in the face of intense pressing.
  • Five ridiculous numbers from Warriors' Game 6 win over Rockets

    Five ridiculous numbers from Warriors' Game 6 win over Rockets

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    With the Warriors up 86-69 on the Kings in the waning seconds of the third quarter March 31, McCaw caught a pass from Jordan Bell, made a layup and was inadvertently undercut by Sacramento's Vince Carter. That's what happened in Game 6. Let's just get that out there. Houston's Most Valuable Player candidate James Harden dominated early, finishing with 32 points, nine assists and seven rebounds.