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Should Spurs offer Kawhi Leonard the supermax?

Today is the day that many Spurs fans have been waiting for, the day Spurs can offer the Kawhi Leonard the $ 221M supermax contract that makes him the highest paid player in the NBA. It's not known if Spurs really will offer the Leonard supermax, because he could only play a novenary of games this season. In addition, his …

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Macron baskets in World Cup glow, hope to capture feel-good factor

For a president who has traveled the world about a year telling the audience that "France is back" under its leadership, the country's World Cup victory could not be a better time for Emmanuel Macron because he faces growing challenges on several fronts [19659002] Croatia's 4-2 defeat in Moscow on Sunday by the young French team with starring Kylian Mbappe …

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The open 2018: Tiger Woods and co. take on Carnoustie

From perfect places in Russia, to the enriched lawns of the All England Club and the motorways of the Tour de France, the focus of the sporty summer changes to the windswept relations of Carnoustie in East Scotland. Open, the oldest of the four majors founded in 1860, is the chance of golfing in a crowded market, and the annual …

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British Open 2018: Entry List for Major at Carnoustie (147th Open)

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Patrick Reed, Sergio Garcia, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Brandon Stone, Bubba Watson, Padraig Harrington, Ryan Armor and Defense Campaign Jordan Spieth among many remarks on the field at the British Open 2018 a week at Carnoustie Golf Links in Scotland. Carnoustie is famous for its difficult track, …

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Croatia Chief Zlatko Dalic Rues VAR Criminal Call After Unfortunate World Cup Final Defeat to France

Croatia's manager Zlatko Dalic was gracious in the defeat after his side lost 4-2 to France in the Sunday FIFA World Cup final in Moscow. From a neutral perspective, Sunday's clash was the most entertaining world cup final for decades. Ivan Perisic's first half-runner broke an early Mario Mandzukic own goal, but France continued to score three times before Mandzukic …

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Disturbing scenes witnessed France after World Cup triumph

Riot and bloodbath have taken over parts of France in the wake of the nation's second world cup victory. The police were forced to intervene across the country, as revelers ran wild through the streets and angry cars and robbery shops. AFP reported 30 people who hit the Drugstore Publicis, steal wine and champagne late on Sunday night (local time). …

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France favorites as Moscow bases in world cup spotlight

The Luzhniki Stadium is announced before the forthcoming World Cup Finals between France and Croatia in Moscow Thomson Reuters By Mark Gleeson MOSCOW (Reuters) – Croatia may cause massive upset, but France are favorites like Moscow basked in sweltering summer sun and the world's headlight on the big day of the World Cup finals. A nation of over four million …

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Former ducks, Senator's goalkeeper Ray Emery is drowning in Canada

Retired NHL Goaltender Ray Emery, who played for Anaheim Ducks, helped Ottawa senators reach the 2007 final and won the Stanley Cup with Chicago Blackhawks 2013, drowned in his hometown Hamilton, Ontario. He was 35 years old. Hamilton Police said that Emery was identified as a victim of a sunday accident on Sunday morning. Staff Sergeant Paul Evans said the …

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SEC Media Days kicking off with new coaches in new city | Mizzou

Now that Paul Finebaum and ESPN have completed their standoff and reunited for several years with South-East Radio and TV Bliss, the South East Conference can proceed to more pressing topics, all of which will be discussed, analyzed and drawn to submission this week at SEC Football Kickoff Media Days, kicking off Monday in their new spot. After arranging its …

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