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Now the question is where does James end up. For the third time in four years since returning to Cleveland, LeBron James is a free agent. James will factor family - he has three children, and his oldest son is a rising hoops star - into the choice of where he plays next.
  • Paul Casey shoots 62 to take 4-shot lead in Travelers

    Paul Casey shoots 62 to take 4-shot lead in Travelers

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    American Russell Henley shot 67 to move into second place on 12 under, as halfway leader Brian Harman (69) slipped back into a tie for third at 11 under with Anirban Lahiri of India (65) and American J.B. Casey was second here during his first visit in 2015, came in 17th a year later and was fifth in 2017. "It was clinical", said Casey, who was at 16-under 194 overall.
  • Hamilton: 'Long way to go' says Brit after French GP win

    Hamilton: 'Long way to go' says Brit after French GP win

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    Hamilton stormed to the 76th pole of his career on Formula One's first visit to France in a decade with a dominant display at the Paul Ricard Circuit. The latter time was a considerable 0.704 faster than Red Bull's Australian Daniel Ricciardo, the best of the rest. The four-time world champion said on his team radio that the McLaren driver was going "dangerously slow".
  • Switzerland trio escape bans for 'eagle gesture' goal celebrations

    Switzerland trio escape bans for 'eagle gesture' goal celebrations

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    The celebration has brought political tensions in the Balkans on to the World Cup stage. "It was not the only provocation by the Swiss players", Kokeza told BBC Sport. On Sunday, Peter Gilliéron, director of the Swiss Football Association, said in an interview with Swiss public television, SRF , that it was a shame that the political controversy and the investigation was now detracting from what should be the focus of the World Cup: the sport itself.
  • Brazil beat Serbia to qualify for World Cup last 16

    Brazil beat Serbia to qualify for World Cup last 16

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    Aleksandar Mitrovic is hoping the fear of failure will pile the pressure on Brazil and provide Serbia with a route through to the World Cup knockout stages. The breakthrough came 10 minutes before the break when Philippe Coutinho picked out Paulinho's run with an exquisite angled through ball from the left and his fellow Barcelona midfielder delicately flicked the ball over Stojkovic.
  • Buttler ton steers England to 5-0 whitewash against Australia

    Buttler ton steers England to 5-0 whitewash against Australia

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    Australia , by contrast, have won the World Cup five times and Paine believes they can draw on a reservoir of knockout knowledge come next year's edition. However, Billy Stanlake ripped through England's top order with 3-18 in his opening five-over spell and Kane Richardson returned to the side to claim 3-51 and the decision to open with Ashton Agar against in-form opener Jason Roy reaped dividends when he was bowled in the first over.
  • WSU quarterback Tyler Hilinski suffered from CTE when he killed himself

    WSU quarterback Tyler Hilinski suffered from CTE when he killed himself

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    The documentary centers around the Hilinski family searching for answers into what exactly caused his death, and if their son having CTE contributing to his suicide. The family's other son also appeared in the documentary. The Hilinskis made clear that they don't blame football, and in fact, Hilinski's younger brother still plays the game.
  • Serena Williams seeded 25th for Wimbledon

    Serena Williams seeded 25th for Wimbledon

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    Williams is now ranked 183rd in the world after returning to the tour in March following the birth of her daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr, in September 2017. Cibulkova told reporters, according to the London Telegraph. I think that's good. "Why should I not be seeded if I have the right to be?" It has.
  • LeBron James Jr. ‘Very Likely’ to Attend School in Los Angeles

    LeBron James Jr. ‘Very Likely’ to Attend School in Los Angeles

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    San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green has exercised the $10 million player option on his contract and will return to the team next season, league sources told ESPN . Kawhi Leonard #2 of the San Antonio Spurs dribbles past Julius Randle #30 of the Los Angeles Lakers during the second half of a game at Staples Center on November 18, 2016 in Los Angeles.
  • Neymar, Coutinho’s injury-time goals sink Costa Rica — FIFA WC

    Neymar, Coutinho’s injury-time goals sink Costa Rica — FIFA WC

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    Brazil's talisman wept after the final whistle - the win relief both for him and for his nation. He then said it would be pointless to restrict Neymar's way of playing. Neymar rounded off Brazil's victory with a superb volley, finding the back of the net after numerous attacking efforts. Neymar then earned a booking for punching the ball into the ground as his frustrations came to the fore, yet all of that was alleviated with two late goals in stoppage time.
  • Group Standings, Top Scorers, Assists, Clean sheets after Serbia vs Switzerland match

    Group Standings, Top Scorers, Assists, Clean sheets after Serbia vs Switzerland match

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    Nemanja Matic is expecting a "hellish" match against Switzerland as Serbia seek to qualify for the World Cup knockout phase in Russian Federation. Shaqiri and Xhaka both celebrating the victor with the Albanian eagle in front of the Serbian fans. Serbia boss Mladen Krstajic said when asked if he had any comment to make about the celebrations: "I don't have any comment".
  • Spain vs. Morocco - Football Match Preview

    Spain vs. Morocco - Football Match Preview

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    An Iran victory would have put the team at the top of Group B ahead of Spain . Things get a little bit more complicated here. And had Mehdi Taremi's shot following the penalty kick gone in instead of hitting the side netting, Iran would have won the group , dumping Portugal out and Spain into second in the process.
  • Nervy Spain snatch late 2-2 draw with Morocco to top group

    Nervy Spain snatch late 2-2 draw with Morocco to top group

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    His sudden bursts of acceleration, dribbling and precise passing made him his side's most unsafe player. A heart-pumping game that could have been a disaster for Spain . "We would have loved to beat Spain ", Renard said at full time. "We suffered just like any other team that takes on Spain ", Renard added. "When you look at the lineup, it's a mix of Real Madrid and Barca, so these are outstanding players".
  • Mohamed Salah retirement: Egypt FA make statement on Liverpool star

    Mohamed Salah retirement: Egypt FA make statement on Liverpool star

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    While the player could feature in Egypt's next World Cup match on Monday, there are fears the game could be Salah's last for his country. In the previous season, Salah has become an worldwide star - ranked alongside the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Neymar - due to his goalscoring feats for club and country.
  • Suarez strikes again as Uruguay thump 10-man Russian Federation

    Suarez strikes again as Uruguay thump 10-man Russian Federation

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    The opening goal came when Yury Gazinsky fouled Rodrigo Bentancur on the edge of the area and Suarez stroked a low free-kick into the bottom corner beyond the despairing left hand of Igor Akinfeev . For Uruguay's demanding coach Oscar Tabarez , whose side had not hit top gear in their previous two matches, it was a case of job done - even if there was certainly no cause for celebration.
  • Suarez scores again and Uruguay downs host Russian Federation 3-0

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    Oscar Tabarez's side have won all three of their group games and roared into the knockout stage after easing past the hosts. On the back of a last-gasp 1-0 loss to Uruguay on the opening match day, it left the Pharaohs with only pride to play for against a Saudi Arabia side who salvaged some by going down via the same slender scoreline to La Celeste - a vast improvement on their 5-0 humiliation versus Russian Federation in the curtain raiser.