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June

12
Scottie Scheffler brushes off being ‘target’ at U.S. Open

Even though Scottie Scheffler won in five of his last eight starts and is an overwhelming betting favorite to capture his third major championship victory at this week’s U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2, the world No. 1 golfer insists that he doesn’t feel like there’s a target on his back. “Like I said, when we start the tournament week, we’re all at even par and it’s not like anybody is out there playing defense,” Scheffler said Tuesday. With his 1-stroke victory at last week’s Memorial Tournament, Scheffler became only the fourth PGA Tour player in the past 60 seasons to pile […]

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June

10
Max Verstappen claims victory over Lando Norris in thrilling Canadian GP

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen came out on top in a thrilling Canadian Grand Prix, defeating McLaren’s Lando Norris to victory by 3.8 seconds at the chequered flag. The Mercedes of George Russell, Norris and Verstappen all led the race at different phases, with Norris losing the lead to Verstappen as a result of the timing of a safety car on lap 25 of 70. Once out in front, Verstappen avoided a number of potential pitfalls — including a switch from intermediate to slick tires and a second safety car on lap 53 — to take his sixth triumph of the […]

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June

07
Red Sox hand White Sox team-record 14th straight loss

Ceddanne Rafaela had four hits and drove in four runs Thursday as the visiting Boston Red Sox handed the Chicago White Sox their 14th successive defeat, 14-2. Tanner Houck (6-5) limited Chicago to two runs on three hits in seven innings. He struck out nine. Jarren Duran, Enmanuel Valdez and Jamie Westbrook each homered for Boston. Duran, who had four hits in the victory, led off the game with a homer against Chicago’s Jake Woodford, and Valdez hit a three-run home run against Woodford (0-2) in the fourth. Westbrook’s home run was the first of his major league career and […]

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June

04
Novak Djokovic wins in 5 sets at French Open, unsure of knee

Novak Djokovic was not sure whether he would be able to play in the French Open quarterfinals after injuring his right knee Monday and needing anti-inflammatory pills to be able to finish his thrilling five-set victory versus No. 23 Francisco Cerundolo. Djokovic, down a set and a break in the match, rallied to win 6-1, 5-7, 3-6, 7-5, 6-3 at Roland Garros for his record 370th victory in a Grand Slam match. “I was,” Djokovic said, “maybe three or four points away from losing this match.” Djokovic said he has been bothered by the knee for a couple of weeks, but it […]

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June

03
Real Madrid celebrate Champions League win in bus parade

Real Madrid celebrated their Champions League victory on Sunday, taking to streets of the Spanish capital in an open top bus parade before partying with fans at the Bernabéu. Madrid defeated Borussia Dortmund 2-0 in the final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday — Dani Carvajal and Vinícius Júnior scoring in the second half — to lift their 15th European Cup, and their sixth Champions League in the last decade. The trophy completed a Champions League and LaLiga double for Madrid after they won the domestic title last month, their second double in three seasons under coach Carlo Ancelotti. It was also the last match for Madrid legend Toni […]

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May

30
David Goffin slams ‘total disrespect’ from French Open fans

David Goffin accused partisan fans at the French Open of “total disrespect” and stated he was spat at by a spectator during his marathon first-round victory over local favorite Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard. Fans can often turn the usually quiet Roland Garros courts into a wild arena when a French player needs backing, with the resulting atmosphere unmatched at the other three majors. Goffin, of Belgium, was subjected to the experience Tuesday afternoon. On a raucous Court 14, Goffin kept his cool to defeat wild card Perricard 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 6-7 (4), 6-3 before the former world No. 7 held his hand to […]

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May

24
Celtics handle Pacers, take 2-0 Eastern Conference finals lead

Jaylen Brown was a big enough problem for the Indiana Pacers even before an All-NBA snub that may have given him an added desire to show how much he can do for the Boston Celtics. “I think he cares about it in a way that motivates him, and I think he doesn’t really care about it at all,” Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla stated after watching Brown match his playoff career high of 40 points in Boston’s 126-110 victory over Indiana in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals Thursday night. “He understands that winning is the most important thing,” Mazzulla said. “He just cares […]

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May

21
Andy Murray trails Yannick Hanfmann at rain-hit Geneva Open

Needing a victory to face Novak Djokovic next at the Geneva Open, Andy Murray was saved by a heavy rainstorm when he trailed unseeded Yannick Hanfmann 7-5, 4-1 in a first-round match on Monday. Murray and top-ranked Djokovic both got wild cards to enter the last clay-court event to prepare for the French Open, and were drawn to meet in the second round. They have not faced each other on tour since February 2017. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports Ranked No. 75, Murray started to struggle in his first tour match in two months when heavy rain and […]

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May

20
Dallas Mavericks rally to eliminate Oklahoma City Thunder

For the second time in three seasons, Luka Doncic has led the Dallas Mavericks to the Western Conference finals. Doncic is surrounded by a drastically different supporting cast in this case, headlined by his co-star, Kyrie Irving. Irving and Doncic combined for 51 points and 13 assists in the 117-116 Game 6 victory Saturday, eliminating the top-seeded Oklahoma City Thunder. As was the case throughout the series, role players in their first season on the Dallas roster made critical contributions as the Mavs came back from a 17-point second-half deficit. Forward P.J. Washington, who was obtained at the trade deadline and saved the Mavs with his shooting in […]

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May

20
Manchester City wins historic 4th consecutive Premier League title

Manchester City cruised to its fourth consecutive English Premier League title, and sixth in seven years, with a characteristically dominant 3-1 victory over West Ham on Sunday. City entered the EPL’s final day two points ahead of Arsenal, knowing that a victory would yield yet another trophy. And to get that victory — plus a celebratory pitch invasion — it hardly had to fret or sweat. Precisely 78 seconds after kickoff, Phil Foden blasted City into the lead. Sixteen minutes later, Foden doubled the lead, and pushed West Ham seemingly out of sight. The Hammers responded with a bicycle-kick goal out of nothing just before halftime — and suddenly, tentatively, minor […]

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