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Could Have Got More - West Ham Star Reflects On Everton Draw

And Koeman, whose side have won their last eight home fixtures in the league but failed to replicate that form on the road, was honest in his appraisal of Everton's lacklustre performance. "We still need a few more points to be 100 per cent safe". It also halted Everton's mini two-match winning run and a forthright Koeman didn't hold back in letting everyone know what he really thought of his side's first-half showing. Read More »

DeShone Kizer: Brian Kelly: Kizer not yet ready for the NFL


National Football League prospect and former Notre Dame quarterback DeShone Kizer is claiming to have the ability to be the greatest quarterback to ever play the sport, with a little mix of Tom Brady's brain and Cam Newton's physique. No one else is as powerful a runner as I am. Kizer was benched later in the year, another unusual mile marker in a disappointing campaign for the Fighting Irish. Read More »

Teen's wish made, to announce Ravens' 1st-round draft pick


On Friday, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh informed Onwuanibe via video that his wish had been granted. National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell, who usually does that honor, will present a jersey to the team's pick. His cancer is now in remission according to ESPN's Jamison Hensley. Despite going through treatment, Onwuanibe organized a school drive, as first reported by WBAL-TV, to collect pajamas to donate to termially ill children. Read More »

Blue Jackets' Calvert suspended one game for hit on Kuhnhackl


By contrast, the Penguins had all the answers. Zach Werenski also had a goal, and Nick Foligno added two assists. The Penguins will try to finish off Columbus on Tuesday night. An emotional loss last night. Bobrovsky (27 of 31 on Tuesday) does not look at all like a man up to that task. We knew the Penguins had the better depth in the matchup with Columbus, and it's the advantage that's been the most important for them as this series has unfolded. Read More »

Indians and Tigers commemorate Jackie Robinson on Saturday


This year's Black Heritage Day event falls on the same day as the league-wide Jackie Robinson Day celebration. Sharon Robinson believes the statue of Jackie will also serve a goal to the community, providing inspiration to others who may want to follow in his footsteps. Read More »

Nastase suspended by ITF for hurling abuse during Fed Cup

Still, it was a solid week for Svitolina, who has now won her last four matches against the US Open champion. Play had to be suspended for 25 minutes during the second rubber between Sorana Cirstea and Johanna Konta after the latter was reduced to tears. Read More »

Murray Dumped Out Of Monte Carlo


Former French Open and Monte Carlo champion Stan Wawrinka followed Murray out after losing to Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay 6-4, 6-4. Ramos-Vinolas was soon back in the match , though, holding in the second set and breaking Murray in the third and seventh games to pave the way for a decider. Read More »

Father of draft prospect Travis Rudolph killed in accidental shooting


Rudolph, 55, was shot from an adjacent room in the club as a coworker was moving a firearm off of a shelf, officials said. He was taken to a local hospital, where he died. Travis Rudolph is expected to participate in the 2017 NFL Draft, forgoing finishing his education and senior season as wide receiver for the Florida State University football team. Read More »

Fantastic Left Foot, Amazing - Antonio Conte Showers Praise On Manolo Gabbiadini


This is not my idea of football. Never, never. In my team, I don't want selfish players. I prefer to lose a game than have selfish players. "I don't want this, I can't accept this and I don't want my club to buy me a selfish player". And for us it's great. The Chelsea boss was in charge of the Italian national team between 2014 and 2016 at a time when the now-Saints man was on the fringes of the team. Read More »

Veteran with prosthetic leg carries woman across Boston Marathon finish line


Jose Sanchez, of San Antonio, carries the United States flag across the finish line in the 121st Boston Marathon on Monday, April 17, 2017 , in Boston. "They picked me up and my leg slid off", Sanchez told Runner's World . Two new records were set in the wheelchair races, with Marcel Hug winning his third straight Boston Marathon race with a new world best time of 1:18:03. Read More »

Scott Sinclair fired up by Celtic treble drive

Captain Scott Brown insists Scottish Cup final starting jerseys are at stake in Celtic's five remaining league fixtures. And Griffiths had a direct effect as he was wiped out with a sliding James Tavernier in the penalty area, affording Sinclair the opportunity from 12 yards, which he took confidently. Read More »

Dave Jones: Hartlepool United part company with manager


The 60-year-old was appointed in January but has won just 13 points from a possible 51 to leave the club's Football League status hanging by a thread. Jones blasted Stelling for showing a lack of "respect" from his Sky Sports ivory towers as Hartlepool United's president railed against the club's manager. Read More »

Red Sox 4, Rays 3: The bullpen saves the day

In his two starts and 8.0 innings this year, Wright has a 13.50 ERA and five strikeouts. The Sox have enjoyed considerable success on Patriots' Day, boasting a 69-52 all-time record on the MA holiday and wins in 11 of their last 16 such contests. Read More »

Rafael Nadal lands record 10th Monte-Carlo title


He will also have his sights set on a 10th title in Barcelona next week - Nadal's previous career title, nearly a year ago. The 2017 Monte Carlo Masters is already down to its final two players and it is set to be an all Spanish encounter as Rafael Nadal will be taking on Albert Ramos Vinolas in the final today. Read More »

Chris Gayle surpasses 10,000-run landmark in T20 cricket

Gayle had the milestone on his mind in his 290th Twenty20 as he ran three singles off his first five deliveries to achieve the feat after Raina won the toss and opted to field. Chasing 214 to win, the Lions lost opener Dwyane Smith on the eighth ball of the innings as he was sent packing by Yuzvendra Chahal for just one run. Read More »

Live Cricket Score, West Indies vs Pakistan, 1st Test, Day 4, Kingston


Hello and welcome to Day 4 of the first Test between West Indies and Pakistan. Pakistan are now contesting the first of a three-match Test series against West Indies, with the hosts on 278-9 after day two with the visitors yet to bat. "He have always been very helpful to me and other players every time when we had sought his help", he said. "But then my fans motivated me, and because of them I have reached this far", he said. Read More »

Senators survive another OT to advance in NHL playoffs

The Bruins lost the series 4-2, with every game decided by one goal, including four that went to overtime. Now, the Senators will prepare to face the New York Rangers in the second-round in a a playoff series that could get under way as early as Thursday at the Canadian Tire Centre after winger Clarke MacArthur scored on the power play at 6:30 of OT to give the club the win. Read More »

Leeds United fans not impressed with Monk's message


And while Monk has full confidence that Leeds can sign off with three big wins, he has warned his side not to repeat the sluggish first-half display that ultimately cost them against Wolves . The seventh-placed Whites now trail the sixth-placed Cottagers on goal difference but with Fulham visiting the fifth-placed Owls on the final day, United's destiny remains in their own hands. Read More »

NFL Draft Trade Rumors: Browns Acquiring 49ers #2 Pick


Despite a disdain for playing into rumor season, Executive Vice President of Football Operations Sashi Brown made a decision to debunk it when he said "Yes, that would be false, but I am not going to comment on every rumor that is out there". Read More »

Manchester United FC talisman Zlatan Ibrahimovic faces long layoff

Asked when the pair were likely to be back in action, Mourinho replied: "If it was me, I think tomorrow". The story that day was a familiar one for Mourinho as they failed to turn their dominance at home into three points, though Burnley's Tom Heaton took the plaudits after keeping a clean sheet against a team that amassed 38 shots. Read More »

Steve Cotterill named as new Birmingham City assistant manager

Birmingham have appointed former Tottenham and QPR manager Harry Redknapp as their new boss. He also led Tottenham to Champions League qualification and guided Queens Park Rangers to the Premier League via the play-offs in 2014. "It is not that I like quitting, but Birmingham deserves better". Blues have not won for nine matches, with their last victory a 2-1 triumph at Wolves on February 27 and Redknapp heads into the game after his most recent job was coaching a local Under-10s team. Read More »

Game 4 Preview-Capitals vs. Leafs

Toronto will play its first playoff game on home-ice since May 2013. Across the hall, the Capitals have begun to hear the comparisons to the franchise's other playoff stumbles. I think we can get a little more movement. Polak landed awkwardly on his leg after taking a legal hit from Washington's Brooks Orpik . "He's an important guy for us". Read More »

NFL Draft rumors: Raiders, Eagles in on Joe Mixon

Without naming names, Roseman waxed poetic about other teams making draft picks that were so popular they were "anointed kings of the draft". Douglas, who has the size to match a pro lineman, hasn't even been with the organization a year and here he is in the spotlight looking a lot like the bodyguard of the diminutive Roseman. Read More »

Aaron Hernandez's family wants his brain for science


Those affected are possibly more susceptible to committing suicide, doctors have found. One day after former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez allegedly committed suicide, his defense team and the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner are battling over his brain. Read More »

Red Sox fall to Orioles again


Machado sent Pedroia a text, explaining he meant the second baseman no harm. After the inning was over, irate Red Sox third-base coach Brian Butterfield was ejected for yelling at third-base umpire Alan Porter. CHICAGO - Corey Kluber pitched a three-hitter and faced two over the minimum, leading the Cleveland Indians over the Chicago White Sox . He knows that, and both teams know that. Read More »

Benteke back to hit Klopp's top-four hopes


Palace turned the screw with 20 minutes to play as Cabaye volleyed over from close range, only minutes before Benteke's stooping header won the game for Sam Allardyce's side. The win saw Palace climb to 12th in the English Premier League, seven places off the relegation zone. "It is frustrating, disappointing of course, everyone thinks the Champions League has slipped through our fingers but we have one more month to stay positive", the German said. Read More »

Nadal claims record-extending 10th Monte Carlo title

The world number five is also on his way to 10th titles in Barcelona, starting today, and at the French Open, starting 22 May. Ramos-Vinolas never looked like posing a threat. Nadal's 70 titles are three better than Djokovic, who is a year younger. Ramos-Vinolas saved two match points after matching Nadal's aggression, but a poor unforced error gave Nadal a third match point and Ramos- Vinolas double-faulted to lose in 1 hour, 16 minutes of a one-sided contest. Read More »

Clippers will be ready despite Griffin absence - Rivers

However, he struggled late in games in both of those two contests, meaning the Clippers heavily relied on Chris Paul to split the series at 1-1 after their homestand. Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert (knee) will play in Game 4 on Sunday, according to Jazz beat writer Tony Jones. Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert shoots during practice before the start of Game 4. Read More »

Dybala: I am close to signing new Juve deal


A massive prospect by most estimates, Paulo Dybala is skilful, hard-working and a brilliant dribbler; he confirmed that his finishing is pretty wonderful, too, with two goals against Barcelona . "We created clear chances, but when you're having a nightmare like we had today you don't have that spark needed to take them", he said . We are all in a very positive moment with a lot of confidence and that's important to go forward and achieve our objectives. Read More »

Efe Ambrose Crashes With Hibernian In Scottish Cup Semi-Finals


Derek McInnes has told his Aberdeen players they are within touching distance of their finest possible season. Indeed, it seemed at one point that they were trying their best to do just that. And as extra-time loomed the Dons struck to nick it. But we didn't have the opportunity to judge whether Aberdeen's new found resilience would have extended to overcoming such a repeat setback. Read More »

Top seed Murray bows out in Monte-Carlo Masters third round

Monte Carlo was Murray's first tournament since recovering from an elbow injury and with the French Open fast approaching, more competitive action on the clay would have undoubtedly been invaluable. "Australia was five sets. It was just in a very awkward moment to give me a warning", Djokovic said. "We (were) supposed to play a tough match , that's what I thought". Read More »

Clippers' Blake Griffin to miss rest of playoffs with toe injury


Blake Griffin will miss the rest of the National Basketball Association playoffs with an injury to his toe suffered in the second half of Friday's game. While Los Angeles rallied and won to put Utah in a 2-1 hole in the Western Conference's 4-5 matchup, this may stand to even things out. He averaged 25 points, six rebounds and 2.5 assists in the first two games of the series. Read More »