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June

12
Kristaps Porzingis has ‘rare’ leg injury; questionable for Game 3

Celtics center Kristaps Porzingis suffered what the team called a “rare injury” to his left leg and is officially listed as questionable for Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday. The Celtics revealed Tuesday that Porzingis has a torn medial retinaculum allowing dislocation of the posterior tibialis tendon in his left leg. The team stated Porzingis’ status for the upcoming Finals games will “determined day-to-day.” “It’s kind of a random situation,” Porzingis said Tuesday. “I felt something, and now I have to deal with it. “As we said, yeah, it’s going to be day-to-day, and I’ll see how I am tomorrow, and […]

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June

11
Dutch midfielder Frenkie de Jong to miss Euro 2024 with injury

The Netherlands have been dealt a blow ahead of the start of the European Championships this week after Frenkie de Jong was ruled out of the tournament on Monday. De Jong, 27, has not played since injuring his right ankle in Barcelona’s 3-2 defeat to Real Madrid on April 21. Despite that, the midfielder was named in Ronald Koeman’s 26-player squad for the Euros in Germany with the expectation he would be able to feature in the finals. However, the Netherlands confirmed in a short statement that De Jong had lost “a race against time” and would not be fit enough to play any part in the tournament. Looking […]

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June

06
Cardinals’ Kyler Murray ‘locked in’ after late start in 2023

Nine practices into OTAs, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray says he can already see the differences being in the second year of a new system. According to Murray, that has led him to also see what’s ahead for a team that went 4-13 last year, but 3-4 after he returned in Week 10 from an ACL injury. “I don’t put any limitation on what we can do,” Murray said Wednesday in his first public remarks this offseason. Murray missed last offseason while he rehabilitated his injury and learned new schemes and a new front office. This offseason, he said, has been spent building on […]

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May

31
Real Madrid’s Courtois ready for Champions League final spot

Thibaut Courtois has stated he is “ready” to start in Saturday’s Champions League final versus Borussia Dortmund if called upon despite only recently returning from a long-term injury. Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has yet to decide whether to play him or Andriy Lunin in goal, though sources have told ESPN that the Italian is leaning towards Courtois.. Sidelined for much of the season after suffering two serious knee injuries, Courtois has kept clean sheets in the four games he has started since returning to action on May 4 versus Cádiz. “I feel 100% and ready for who the coach decides to play at Wembley,” Courtois told Diario AS. “We […]

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May

09
Jalen Brunson returns from injury, sparks Knicks to 2-0 lead

New York Knicks center Isaiah Hartenstein stated he heard the roar from the locker room. Jalen Brunson, who had exited with a right foot injury late in the first quarter of Wednesday night’s Game 2 versus the Indiana Pacers, had returned to the Madison Square Garden floor during halftime to see if he could push through the pain. The moment he walked through the tunnel, the crowd erupted. It was a noise so loud that Hartenstein and his teammates said they heard it from their lockers, and so intense that Brunson pleaded fans to tone things down so he could find the mental clarity […]

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April

26
Rafael Nadal cruises to straight-sets win over American teen

Rafael Nadal couldn’t learn much from his comfortable consecutive-sets victory over American teenager Darwin Blanch in the first round of the Madrid Open. Nadal cruised to a 6-1, 6-0 victory over mistake-prone 16-year-old Blanch on Thursday. “I didn’t test much my body today,” 37-year-old Nadal said. “I played a decent match doing the things that I had to do to be through, but at the same time I played against a player … making more mistakes.” Blanch, playing in only his second ATP tour match, made 27 unforced errors. Nadal never faced a break point and was in control from the start versus […]

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April

24
Carlos Alcaraz not fully committed to playing in Madrid Open

Carlos Alcaraz is being cautious with his expectations at the Madrid Open and would be happy to play “three or four matches” in his return from injury. Alcaraz stated Tuesday he has trained well in recent days but didn’t want to fully confirm his participation at the ATP 1000 tournament in the Spanish capital where he is a two-time defending champion. The third-ranked Alcaraz is coming off a right arm injury that kept him from playing in Monte Carlo and Barcelona. The Spaniard will try to win his first French Open title next month. “Today I trained with a little more […]

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April

10
Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo helped off court with calf injury

Two-time MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo exited the Milwaukee Bucks’ 104-91 victory over the Boston Celtics in the third quarter Tuesday night due to an injury to his left calf. Antetokounmpo was heading up the court following a made 3-pointer from Celtics guard Derrick White when the Bucks star crumbed to floor without contact while grabbing at his left leg. He stayed on the floor as the Bucks called a timeout, and his teammates helped carry him off the court and toward the locker room. Antetokounmpo was officially ruled out of the game in the fourth quarter with what the team called a left soleus strain. The soleus is a […]

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April

05
Marlins RHP Eury Perez to have Tommy John surgery

Miami Marlins right-hander Eury Perez will undergo Tommy John surgery and miss the 2024 season, the team revealed Thursday. The decision came after Perez visited Dr. Keith Meister for the second time in approximately two weeks. He will have the procedure on his right elbow on Monday. “I know Eury is really frustrated,” Marlins president of baseball operations Peter Bendix said. “He’s really disappointed, but he also understands that this is a minor setback in what’s going to be a really long career.” Perez initially was diagnosed with mild elbow inflammation, with surgery not being recommended at that point. He began playing catch […]

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March

27
Top seed Carlos Alcaraz, defending champ Daniil Medvedev advance to Miami quarterfinals

Defending Miami Open champion Daniil Medvedev earned his 350th career match to move into the quarterfinals for a fourth consecutive year, beating Dominik Koepfer 7-6 (5), 6-0 on Tuesday. Top-seeded Carlos Alcaraz also advanced with ease in a 6-3, 6-3 victory over No. 23 seed Lorenzo Musetti. Alcaraz, who defeated Musetti in less than 90 minutes and looked comfortable as ever on the court, said he’s “probably” playing his best tennis since last summer. That ankle injury from last month is no longer a concern, he said. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports “I don’t […]

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