• Oklahoma to face Oregon in NCAA golf finals
Oklahoma to face Oregon in NCAA golf finals

Sophomore Blaine Hale got OU on the board first, winning his match 4&3. Sophomore Blaine Hale got the first point on the board for the Sooners, downing OR freshman Norman Xiong, the Phil Mickelson Award victor, 4 and 3. In the quarterfinal round against the Cowboys Gronlund, Raza and Yi led the Ducks to the three deciding points needed to ad...

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  • Penguins wary, Predators confident as Game 2 looms
Penguins wary, Predators confident as Game 2 looms

But it just felt that way. It's one of those situations where, if it was good, it wasn't good enough. There is no mercy in the playoffs, and Fleury probably knows that better than most. It was a game that was hard to get a grasp on. "Not a dominant performance, of course, by any means, but we got it done". "The way we responded was typical Nashvill...

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  • Arsenal win record 13th FA Cup
Arsenal win record 13th FA Cup

He added: "My agent speaking after... I was playing very well and the team was winning, scoring a lot of goals and defending well". The Chile global has been strongly linked with a move away from Arsenal with Bayern Munich, Manchester United and also Chelsea keeping a close eye.

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  • Alomania takes centre stage at Indianapolis 500
Alomania takes centre stage at Indianapolis 500

If you're a Sky Sport customer you'll need the right subscription to be able to view BT Sport ESPN on channels 426 and 458. "I watched when he drove the vehicle for the first time, which is always interesting, seeing a driver's reaction", he said smiling.

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  • Barcelona striker Lionel Messi thanks departing outgoing coach Luis Enrique
Barcelona striker Lionel Messi thanks departing outgoing coach Luis Enrique

He also coached Athletic from 2003-05. As Barca's manager, he won three Spanish Cups, a Spanish Super Cup, a FIFA Club World Cup, a UEFA Supercup, the Champions League, a was a two-time Spanish champion. "It's an enormous challenge and I have the intention of making Barcelona even greater than it already is". The Spain global and a two-time Pre...

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  • Warriors wary of LeBron as Cavs arrive for NBA Finals
Warriors wary of LeBron as Cavs arrive for NBA Finals

They know the pain that comes with losing a Finals , particularly one where a 3-1 series lead gets wasted. Cleveland got revenge last season, defeating Stephen Curry and a potent Golden State squad in seven games to even the series .

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  • Trout sprains thumb in Angels' 9-2 loss at Miami
Trout sprains thumb in Angels' 9-2 loss at Miami

The 25-year-old Dominican allowed six runs on four hits - two homers - and two walks in five innings at Oakland on Tuesday but managed to earn the win in an 11-9 final. Trout injured his thumb sliding into second base a steal attempt and was removed from the game. Shin-soo Choo homered into the center-field party deck on the first pitch of the ga...

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  • Brewers' Anderson no-hits Diamiondbacks through 6 innings
Brewers' Anderson no-hits Diamiondbacks through 6 innings

Diamondbacks LF Yasmany Tomas was back in the lineup Friday after missing two games with hip tightness. The 2000 Diamondbacks hold the mark at 32-18. For the Brewers , it was a disappointing finish to a tense final few innings. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Phelps). Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Chase Anderson (57) gives the ball to manager Craig...

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  • Zinedine Zidane looking like a veteran at the helm of Real Madrid
Zinedine Zidane looking like a veteran at the helm of Real Madrid

Although Juventus are renowned for their resilience at the back Real will be determined to become the first club to retain the Champions League in its current format. Allegri has deployed a 4-2-3-1 formation in the second half of the season that has allowed Mario Mandzukic, Paulo Dybala and Juan Cuadrado to carve open opposition defenses for Ar...

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  • French Open at a glance: Kerber loses, Kvitova wins
French Open at a glance: Kerber loses, Kvitova wins

Now, in upcoming weeks, I think it will be business as usual. "That's what I'm looking forward to, just focusing on the tennis and on the game and everything I need to do to improve my game". Elsewhere on the opening day, Venus Williams battled past China's Wang Qiang with a 6-4 7-6 (7-3) victory. Kerber's defeat makes the women's draw ev...

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  • Arsene Wenger set to sign new deal at Arsenal
Arsene Wenger set to sign new deal at Arsenal

Per Mertesacker has revealed how his "double act" with Rob Holding helped keep Chelsea star Diego Costa at bay during Arsenal's FA Cup final win on Saturday. "It would be a bit ridiculous that 20 years depends on one games and the future of the club depends on one games, we will see more next week". And the Frenchman believes the victory...

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  • Andy Murray advances to second round of French Open
Andy Murray advances to second round of French Open

Hopefully I can go out there and play some good tennis and make it tough for him'. Murray fell 0-40 down in his first service game but recovered to hold before breaking the Russian's serve when 3-2 up. The umpire nearly had to physically separate the pair at one change of ends and Lokoli then refused to shake Klizan's hand, sending him away w...

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  • Rangers fans can't wait to finally sign Bruno Alves
Rangers fans can't wait to finally sign Bruno Alves

Alves has won league titles with Porto in his homeland, Zenit St Petersburg in Russian Federation, and Fenerbahce in Turkey. "I think I come here for the right reasons and I think that I can bring this back to the club". It is a fantastic environment and I hope I can have this for the next years. "Bruno will be a leader in the dressing room a...

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  • Strauss sees IPL as risk worth taking for England stars
Strauss sees IPL as risk worth taking for England stars

Certainly a repeat of the shocker that saw an astonishing six wickets fall in the first five overs of the final one-day global at Lord's would be fatal in a short tournament where England can not afford any slip-ups. "They appear to be peaking perfectly for this tournament". He has opened in limited overs cricket at county level, making 174 for...

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  • Perfect Golden State Warriors reach National Basketball Association finals again
Perfect Golden State Warriors reach National Basketball Association finals again

But we'll be ready for whatever". San Antonio forward Pau Gasol is a 16-year veteran who won National Basketball Association titles in 2009 and 2010 while playing for the Los Angeles Lakers. "Curry, who contributed 36 points in San Antonio on Monday, said in a news conference: "[A record of] 12 and 0 is great, [but it] doesn't mean anythi...

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  • Nadal, Djokovic march on as Muguruza survives
Nadal, Djokovic march on as Muguruza survives

Tsonga had never lost to a player ranked as low as No. 91 at a Grand Slam. Nadal also prevailed 6-3, 6-2 early past year in Doha. Serbia's Novak Djokovic celebrates after defeating Portugal's Joao Sousa during their second round match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, Wednesday, May 31, 2017 in Paris .

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  • Luciano Spalletti leaves post as Roma manager after record-breaking season
Luciano Spalletti leaves post as Roma manager after record-breaking season

Under the 58-year-old's guidance in the past season, Roma won more Serie A points and scored more goals than any side in the club's history, but ultimately fell short of Juventus by four points in the final standings. De Rossi takes over the captain's armband from Totti, who ended 25 years with his one and only club after Roma's 3-2 win ov...

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  • Penguins at Senators, Game 6
Penguins at Senators, Game 6

That second-period tally gave the Penguins a brief lead, but the Sens tied it on Bobby Ryan's power-play goal, and they took the lead on a Mike Hoffman slap shot in the third period. For a stretch in the second period, they were outplayed badly. "Obviously, I think we have that in this group". In Game 7, anything can happen. "That's what we...

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  • Seeded Kerber stunned in first round of French Open
Seeded Kerber stunned in first round of French Open

Kevitova has won the first competitive match after being injured six months ago by injuring a thief in his home. Kerber, who ended Serena Williams' stay atop the WTA rankings previous year, was gone from Roland Garros by lunchtime on Day 1, putting up little resistance while being beaten 6-2, 6-2 by 40th-ranked Ekaterina Makarova of Russian...

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  • Arsene Wenger signs new two-year deal to stay at Arsenal
Arsene Wenger signs new two-year deal to stay at Arsenal

That helped the club end the season with a run of nine wins out of 10, culminating with their record-breaking 13th FA Cup final success against Chelsea on Saturday. "Our ambition is to win the Premier League and other major trophies in Europe", he said. He inherited a squad with a mentality of grinding out wins - not for nothing was the cha...

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  • Chelsea's Conte named Manager of the Year
Chelsea's Conte named Manager of the Year

Terry then embraced his team-mates before handing over the captain's armband to his replacement Gary Cahill as head coach Antonio Conte looked towards Saturday's FA Cup final with Arsenal . John Terry is not mad. The Terry substitution was also not without precedent. "It was very hard to imagine this final, to celebrate a win in the league"...

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  • LeBron James Plans On Owning An NBA Team After He Retires
LeBron James Plans On Owning An NBA Team After He Retires

The Warriors' not-so-secret weapon, their small-ball lineup, was devastating during the 2016 regular season. Perhaps more vital, however, is what Thompson can do on the offensive glass."We're seeing the same type of increase in the Finals, because we won past year".Golden State owner Peter Guber, who walked Riley to his sports vehicle, told ...

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  • Tsonga out of French Open in 1st round
Tsonga out of French Open in 1st round

The Frenchman won his first clay-court title in Lyon last week but slid to a four-set defeat to Roland Garros debutant Renzo Olivo in a tie held over from Tuesday. I don't know exactly when. Former champion Svetlana Kuznetsova beat Oceane Dodin of France to reach the third round. The Spanish-Venezuelan tennis player is the defending women's sin...

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  • Veteran Margaret Court says tennis
Veteran Margaret Court says tennis "full of lesbians"

Australian Open venue Margaret Court Arena was renamed after the 11-time victor in 2003. "I think it's bullying". "I think it's very sad that they're using that to try to hit below the belt". I saw it was a bit of a mix up. "I did read the article and I left it alone". "I have no problem with gay marriage at all, that is where I stand".

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  • Hamilton beats Vettel to Spanish GP win
Hamilton beats Vettel to Spanish GP win

Both Raikkonen and Verstappen were unable to continue, and while Bottas solidered on - indeed he played a crucial role in assisting Hamilton's victory by holding Vettel up in the opening phase of the race - he later retired when his Mercedes engine expired.

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  • Position-by-position matchups for the NBA Finals
Position-by-position matchups for the NBA Finals

The rubber match between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors promises to deliver on everything the league has wanted from this postseason. Golden State shot 44 percent against the Cavs in the 2015 Finals , 43 percent last season. He's part of a revamped center position along with fellow newcomers Javale McGee and David West.

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  • Conte: Moses didn't dive in FA Cup final, he was just exhausted
Conte: Moses didn't dive in FA Cup final, he was just exhausted

Wenger orchestrated the most famous season in Arsenal's history in 2003-04, as his "Invincibles" team went through the whole Premier League season without defeat to win the title. From Boxing Day, Arsenal won 15 and drew three in an 18-match span. Watch on as Arsenal lift their 13th FA Cup trophy, as Aaron Ramsey's late goal proved to b...

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  • Bangladesh thrashed by India ahead of Champions Trophy opener against England
Bangladesh thrashed by India ahead of Champions Trophy opener against England

In the warm-up game, both sides can give all 15 members of their squads a run out. "Nine to 10 months came down to about four months so that Champions Trophy was well in my mind and I was glad to get through it". "One of the strongest parts of reinforcing the way that we play and the freedom in which we play with is backing that up with sel...

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  • Family tradition: Dillon puts No. 3 back in Victory Lane
Family tradition: Dillon puts No. 3 back in Victory Lane

Dillon, the grandson of Hall of Fame auto owner Richard Childress , was among several drivers who chose not to pit down the stretch. Dillon, who led only the final two laps, had to save, save save fuel in pursuit of Johnson. "It feels so awesome, being from Welcome, N.C., it means so much to me to win in this number, the Number 3", he said. "C...

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  • Wagner plans chat with Klopp after steering Huddersfield into Premier League
Wagner plans chat with Klopp after steering Huddersfield into Premier League

After a goalless draw in regulation-time, Habsi's Royals led 3-1 in the shootout after the Omani star had saved Michael Hefele's attempt. "I just feel, I can't even describe it, euphoria". "This is a very hard competition, and my thoughts are with the other three teams [in the play-offs] as well". "Maybe it's just a small detail, but it's impor...

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  • Kimi Raikkonen to start from pole at Monaco GP
Kimi Raikkonen to start from pole at Monaco GP

Lewis Hamilton believes he can not afford another poor weekend if he wants to beat Formula One title rival Sebastian Vettel to this year's world championship. "Talk about bittersweet for Kimi Raikkonen ", Gill wrote in the Sky Sports driver ratings. Vettel is doing better, by comparison, with three wins and three second places, and makes a ...

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  • Does Wayne Rooney have a point about Tottenham Hotspur?
Does Wayne Rooney have a point about Tottenham Hotspur?

All the players who played today learned a lot, and this is one aspect of the game where they were better than we were. "We played for England, we played for Manchester and we played for them - the people who died". But despite being restricted to a watching brief manager Mourinho revealed the 35-year-old had a big impact, particularly on the Fri...

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  • New England Patriots: James White is wisely putting Super Bowl behind him
New England Patriots: James White is wisely putting Super Bowl behind him

White was ready for his moment last season in Houston with his team's fifth Lombardi Trophy on the line. White, New England's top pass-catching back last season, racked up a career-high 60 receptions (the most ever by a Patriots running back during the Bill Belichick era) for 551 yards and five touchdowns.

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  • Laxman hails government's decision to not play with Pakistan
Laxman hails government's decision to not play with Pakistan

It's good to play some shots and it's just great to bat", Karthik added, referring to his stroke-hitting abilities that may help India in Champions Trophy. India will play their next two matches at The Oval, against the Lankans on June 8 and then South Africa on June 11 . Former Indian cricketer VVS Laxman has backed the Virat Kohli-led...

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  • Chelsea ace aims cheeky dig at Arsenal after losing FA Cup clash
Chelsea ace aims cheeky dig at Arsenal after losing FA Cup clash

Nevin thinks it was a one-off bad display from Chelsea , who could've stayed in the game if Antonio Conte hadn't had to deal with losing a key man and re-thinking his substitutions and tactics. Wenger wants to retain the key decision-making say on his staff and player recruitment and would regard interference as unacceptable. I know my mind.

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