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Singh had birdie looks on each of his last six holes, including a 10-footer at No. 16 and an 8-footer at No. 17, but none would drop. "I haven't won in donkey's years (but) I think I still can compete out here, and as long as I think I can compete, I'll play here", said the Fiji-born victor of three major championships, who lives near the course and is a constant presence at the driving range.
  • Rodriguez, Morata net braces as Madrid crush Granada in La Liga

    Rodriguez, Morata net braces as Madrid crush Granada in La Liga

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    That stemmed the tide to an extend but Morata got himself on the scoresheet with half an hour played, crashing in via the underside of the crossbar after full-back Danilo streamed clear down the right flank. We know there are players who feature less but you can sense we are never less than fully dedicated. Villarreal also need a win to bolster their Champions League aspirations.
  • IPL: Gambhir wins toss, opts to bowl against Punjab

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    For Kolkata, Chris Lynn top scored, scoring 84. Narine hit two boundaries off Sandeep Sharma's first two balls of the first over to announce his intentions while Lynn too hit a four in the same over to join the party. KXIP 56-3 in 8.3 overs. The fourth wicket partnership between Maxwell and Saha stretched to 71 from 42 balls. Saha wasn't fluent, struggled to find the gaps and crawled to 10 from 17 balls, before he accelerated in the second half of his innings.
  • Curry's 30 lead Warriors to sweep after 121-95 win over Jazz

    Curry's 30 lead Warriors to sweep after 121-95 win over Jazz

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    But that moment of pressure only refocused a Warriors team that proved far superior to the Jazz in the second round. The Warriors will face the victor of the San Antonio Spurs-Houston Rockets series after sweeping a conference semifinal for the first time since current National Basketball Association playoff format began in 1984.
  • Toure: Hopefully United attack more next season

    Toure: Hopefully United attack more next season

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    Fellaini is facing a three-game ban. "Every game will be a battle". "Marouane says it was a red card because he is Marouane, Martin Atkinson told me in his opinion it was a red card but I saw Aguero in the tunnel - no broken nose, no broken head, his face is as nice as always".
  • It's his day - Vettel congratulates Bottas despite Massa frustration

    It's his day - Vettel congratulates Bottas despite Massa frustration

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    Toto Wolff was overjoyed to see Valtteri Bottas take his first Grand Prix victory as the Finn took the chequered flag first at the Sochi Autodrom on Sunday. Ricciardo told his team over the radio that his "right rear brake [was] on fire". This meant that Vettel was able to catch up to the Mercedes driver , chipping away at his lead.
  • Tony Parker to undergo season-ending surgery for ruptured left quadriceps tendon

    Tony Parker to undergo season-ending surgery for ruptured left quadriceps tendon

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    Rockets players, referring to Popovich and the Spurs as a "machine", said they didn't think much would change with Parker out. Parker, 34, had played in 221 career postseason games without missing one in 16 seasons with the Spurs. Game 5 becomes nearly must-win for Houston - go down 3-1 and this series is over. The Spurs led by six when Aldridge scored all of their points in a 7-2 run to make it 85-74 with about five minutes left.
  • Mud in your eye: Always Dreaming wins Kentucky Derby in slop

    Mud in your eye: Always Dreaming wins Kentucky Derby in slop

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    Irish War Cry, the co-favorite with Always Dreaming at 9-2 at post time, and McCraken, No. 3 in the betting, were in position to make a run at the leader. "It's very special. I thought we had a big shot when we were turning for home". Speaking to reporters after Saturday's race, Velazquez did not hold back with his praise of how great he believes Always Dreaming is.
  • Defending Rockets' Harden is a chess match worth watching

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    The Spurs snatched home court advantage back in this series by winning their second straight game and leaving the Rockets, beaten to the punch basically all night, to wonder what might have been had they could scrap their way to what could have been their most critical win all season.
  • Neymar cleared of fraud but corruption trial awaits

    Neymar cleared of fraud but corruption trial awaits

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    The transfer has given rise to several investigations in Spain and Brazil. The charges were brought after a complaint by a Brazilian investment group which said it received a smaller compensation because part of Neymar's transfer fee was concealed by those involved.
  • David Moyes Staying At Sunderland

    David Moyes Staying At Sunderland

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    David Moyes' team was relegated from the English Premier League last week following a loss to Middlesbrough and Hull's 0-0 draw with Southampton. The 54-year-old said he knows what the Black Cats need to do, in order to get back to the Premier League.
  • Anthony Joshua beats Klitschko in Wembley thriller

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    Fury has not fought since he beat Klitschko after suffering a number of physical and mental health issues, which saw him forced to give up his belts and his boxing licence, but says he is ready to return to the ring. Anthony Joshua was born in Watford, Hertfordshire, and is one of Britain's best professional boxers. "As I said, I'm not flawless but I'm trying and if you don't take part you're going to fail", said Joshua.
  • Anaheim Ducks: Corey Perry Needs to be Better in Game 3

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    He beat Braden Holtby on the blocker side to give Pittsburgh the lead and they would hold off a furious rally from Washington late to take a 1-0 series lead. He now has one in two appearances as a visitor. McDavid spun and cut back to lose defender Sami Vatanen and rifle a shot over Gibson's left elbow to pull the Oilers even at 8:40 of the second period.
  • Conte pats himself on back after Chelsea team selection

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    Costa, who has been misfiring of late, took his chance in the 53rd minute and fired in a header - his 50th Premier League goal - then added a second for good measure in the 89th after a one-two with Hazard. Above all, when you have to play two-and-a-half days after a really strong game when we reached the final of the FA Cup. The goal was the Belgians 15th in the league this season – the first time he has managed that feat.
  • Cavs, Warriors sweeps mean time to rest, get mental breather

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    The winners of the third rounds are the champions of their respective Conferences and compete in the Finals. During his 14 seasons in the NBA, James has competed in 38 playoff series and won a road game in 35 of them. The Rockets survived on paint scoring against Oklahoma City while shooting 28% on threes. In the Cavs four-game sweep of Indiana, James averaged almost 44 minutes per game.
  • Ravens get defensive in draft, select Alabama CB Humphrey

    Ravens get defensive in draft, select Alabama CB Humphrey

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    Ozzie Newsome reminded everyone of that at every opportunity during the three-day draft , and his history as Ravens general manager bears it out. They've upgraded their secondary a lot this offseason, so drafting Marlon Humphrey shouldn't be a surprise.
  • Stroman double sets up Jays for 11-inning win in St. Louis

    Stroman double sets up Jays for 11-inning win in St. Louis

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    With the game on the line, Dexter Fowler hit an infield single, tying the game. He's down. Maybe I can jump, so let's jump.' Kind of like that. The utility fielder (who was actually replaced at third on Tuesday by catcher Russ Martin, another subplot to this one) might not be around when Josh Donaldson returns from injury, but the play will be remembered for the rest of his career.
  • Moyes: We have forgotten how to win

    Moyes: We have forgotten how to win

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    The 35-year-old Republic of Ireland global is a veteran of the club's increasingly remarkable fightbacks in each of the last four seasons to stave off the spectre of relegation from the Premier League, and had high hopes of playing his part in another.
  • Bulls stun No.1 Celtics, steal Game 1

    Bulls stun No.1 Celtics, steal Game 1

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    Undoubtedly. But after two games, it's the players who have stepped up from the margins who have made the biggest difference for Chicago. Isaiah Thomas led the Celtics with 20 points while Jae Crowder chipped in with 16. The Bulls have been moving the ball incredibly well in the first two games. Scored 46 points in the first half of both Games 1 and 2. "Game 3 is a must-win for us", added Al Horford , in the post-game press conference .
  • 8th grader cancer patient granted wish to announce Ravens' first draft pick

    8th grader cancer patient granted wish to announce Ravens' first draft pick

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    Eight grader T.J. Onwuanibe was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer in 2015 and his wish for the Make-A-Wish foundation was to announce a Ravens draft pick. Onquanibe recently leaned that his cancer is now in remission. No word yet on which name TJ will be announcing, but the Ravens have the #16 pick in the draft.