• Charles Oakley arrested for cheating at casino

    Charles Oakley arrested for cheating at casino

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    It is not known what he was playing, but according to TMZ , Oakley tried to take a $100 chip off the table once he realized he was going to lose. However, a source close to Oakley told TMZ that the issue was "an insignificant matter that will be quickly resolved".
  • Dele Alli, Lingard blamed for England’s loss to Croatia

    Dele Alli, Lingard blamed for England’s loss to Croatia

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    In light of the heartbreak, Prince William took to Twitter to commend the England team, writing: "I know how disappointed England must feel right now but I couldn't be more proud of this team and you should hold your heads high". "Then they play Colombia and in the second half, Colombia were much better than them". " They get through on penalties ". " England of course have a reason to cry but they also have a reason to be optimistic", the Portuguese told Russia Today .
  • New team emerges as Las Vegas favorite to land Kawhi Leonard

    New team emerges as Las Vegas favorite to land Kawhi Leonard

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    His most desirable destination would be one of the Los Angeles teams, seeing as how Leonard is an L.A. resident - preferably the Clippers now that James has taken over the Lakers half of the city. Despite their worsening relationship with Kawhi Leonard, the Spurs are still hoping that they can get valuable assets that could keep them competitive in the Western Conference.
  • John Schnatter resigns as Papa John's chairman

    John Schnatter resigns as Papa John's chairman

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    Papa John's issued an apology after the November 1 conference call distancing itself from Schnatter's comments. According to Forbes , the 56-year-old also spoke about his early life in IN on the conference call, and claimed people used to drag African-Americans from trucks until they died.
  • Wimbledon 2018 -- Juan Martin del Potro reaches quarterfinals

    Wimbledon 2018 -- Juan Martin del Potro reaches quarterfinals

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    Isner also won their only meeting on grass, at Queen's Club in 2008. Just feel sorry for him and congrats to Kevin. John Isner has reached his first Grand Slam semifinal on his 41st appearance. "There is no one other match in the history of tennis that has been played more than our match". While Nadal and Djokovic are old hands at winning Slams, the man stood on the opposite side of the net in Sunday's final will be bidding to win a first major.
  • Jurgen Klopp praises Dejan Lovren's World Cup exploits

    Jurgen Klopp praises Dejan Lovren's World Cup exploits

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    He said: "It feels incredible, especially after everything that was said about us before the game". Both teams played better football in the tournament but it was the second-to-last game of a very long season for all the players. We have good mothers and fathers. A Croatia global, who featured in the 2017/18 UEFA Champions League final in May, believes his performances over the past few months prove that he is "one of the best defenders in the world".
  • FIFA Ask Broadcasters To Reduce Shots Of Attractive Female Fans

    FIFA Ask Broadcasters To Reduce Shots Of Attractive Female Fans

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    Some of them have lost their FAN IDs - the documents required for all spectators to access World Cup stadiums - and been forced to leave the country as a result of such behaviour, he added. "There are many interesting stories to tell about the World Cup and we acknowledge this was not one of them", it said. France will take on either Croatia or England in the final at Moscow's Luzhniki stadium on Sunday.
  • Wimbledon: Serena Williams one match from finals after win

    Wimbledon: Serena Williams one match from finals after win

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    Ostapenko hasn't dropped a set in her first five matches and the 12th seed said: "I'm just enjoying being here". The short answer to that question is no. Their friendship was highlighted when the seven-time Wimbledon champion was among the guests at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in May.
  • Perisic hails 'dream' goal as Croatia reach final

    Perisic hails 'dream' goal as Croatia reach final

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    England are Croatia's opponents in the final four of the tournament as they bid to reach their first final. The draw at 90 minutes led to a heated extra time period with during which England's Dele Alli and Croatia's Ivan Rakitic almost came to blows.
  • Kevin Anderson ousts eight-time champion Roger Federer from Wimbledon

    Kevin Anderson ousts eight-time champion Roger Federer from Wimbledon

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    Djokovic has got his wish as he will take on the world number 24 Kei Nishikori on Centre Court, while Federer will take on Anderson on court number one. Defending champion Federer was eliminated on the same day 2015 victor Novak Djokovic reached the semi-finals after beating Kei Nishikori in four sets.
  • Nadal survives thriller to down Del Potro in quarter-finals

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    Nadal ended the four-hour-and-48-minute thriller with a backhand volley victor past a lunging Del Potro who ended the contest lying flat on his stomach. Del Potro, who sprayed his once pained wrist with a powder on most changeovers, had new shoes brought to him after the seventh game of the fourth set.
  • Rescuers expected casualties ahead of Thailand cave rescue

    Rescuers expected casualties ahead of Thailand cave rescue

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    He also acknowledged the loss of a former navy SEAL, Saman Kunan , who died last week while replenishing air tanks inside the cave. Thai authorities imposed a media lockdown during the evacuation, even holding large white umbrellas around the boys as they lay in stretchers outside the cave as they were transferred to helicopters bound for hospital.
  • Hosts Russia go out of World Cup with dignity

    Hosts Russia go out of World Cup with dignity

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    France and Belgium will contest the other last-four tie in Saint Petersburg on Tuesday. "We've defended well, scored in the last minute, conceded in the last minute, come through extra-time and (in) penalties". "Now we are finally near such an achievement and we will leave every drop of sweat on the pitch to achieve our goal", he added. He also said there was no need for him to give his team-mates any tips on England's players, as they were all well aware of who they are up against.
  • Astros send struggling Ken Giles to minors

    Astros send struggling Ken Giles to minors

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    He was so unhappy, he appeared to yell an expletive at Astros manager A.J. Hinch on his way off the mound. The Houston Astros won Tuesday's game against the A's in ridiculous fashion , but it wasn't all smiles for the AL West leaders. "It if turns out it was at me, we'll talk about it". Giles has had a tumultuous season so far with several poignant negative moments. He promptly punched himself in the face on his way off the mound.