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U.S. wins first mixed doubles curling game


Their first game in their quest will actually be Wednesday evening (5pm MT on CBC) as they take on Team Norway. It is round-robin tournament played by teams of two - one man and one woman. "It's something I'll never forget". Canada is back on the ice Thursday night against the American team of Becca Hamilton and Matt Hamilton. Though Canada has very little history in mixed doubles curling - the country's first medal at the world championship, a silver, came from Reid Carruthers and ... Read More »

McIlroy eyes Masters at Pebble Beach Pro


But he'll have a different perspective this year. Spieth's scoring average on the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am venues is 68.8, the best over the last 30 years by anyone who has played at least 10 rounds. In addition to his three titles, the former University of Kansas golfer has two other professional wins. It was the Australian's first title since the 2016 Players Championship. Read More »

Colts request to interview Bills DC Leslie Frazier


After being spurned by New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels earlier this week, general manager Chris Ballard has turned his attention to other assistants across the league, setting up multiple interviews with head coaching candidates, according to's Chris Wesseling . Read More »

When Is the Eagles' Super Bowl Championship Parade?


During an interview on Barstool Sports' podcast " Pardon My Take ", which was published Sunday but recorded in advance of game day. Even before the invitations have been sent out, wide receiver Torrey Smith , defensive end Chris Long , and safety Malcolm Jenkins have said they will not meet with President Trump , reported Monday. Read More »

Leak in Smoothie King Center roof causes Pelicans game to be delayed


The leak started coming from the roof around 6:30 p.m., according to SMG general manager Alan Freeman. The leak was at one end of the floor, around the foul line in front of the Pacers bench. But neither McMillan nor Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry were comfortable with that. A large chunk of the crowd remained in the building throughout the duration of the delay. Read More »

Cavaliers trading Isaiah Thomas to Lakers


Getting the Cavaliers first-round pick, which will likely be in the mid-to-late 20's, at least gets them on the board in the 2018 draft. They could also call up Kendrick Perkins from the G-League Canton Charge if they want more leadership after Frye's departure. Read More »

Lanka bounces back as bowlers dominate opening day


Tamim could not read the ball, and Mominul Haque gifted his wicket as a result of a weird run out. Looking at the state of the pitch, it is going to be near impossible to score runs in the second innings and the teams need to bat as much as they can in the first innings. Read More »

Johnson two shots behind leaders at Pebble Beach


McIlroy ended the opening round three shots adrift after American pair Streelman and Hossler carded bogey-free rounds. Entering on a poor run of form, Dou finally flashed some of his potential today by racking up six birdies, swallowing just one bogey on the way. Read More »

Heat trade White to Hawks for Babbitt


Babbitt, 28, started 55 games for the Heat last season at power forward and shot 41.4 percent from three-point range while averaging 4.8 points, 2.1 rebounds and 15.7 minutes per game. White, from Florida State, signed a two-year deal last February and is guaranteed $1.3 million this season. The Miami Heat are bringing Luke Babbitt back. Read More »

Healthcare Services Group (HCSG) Lowered to Neutral at Robert W. Baird

The average analysts gave this company a mean recommendation of 2.00. A P/B ratio of less than 1.0 can indicate that a stock is undervalued, while a ratio of greater than 1.0 may indicate that a stock is overvalued. Whittier stated it has 0% in Brunswick Corporation (NYSE:BC). Timessquare Capital Management Ltd reported 764,280 shares. Becker Cap invested in 0.06% or 6,757 shares. Read More »

George says he's happy to be in Oklahoma City

Dennis Smith averaging 14.6 points and had near a double-double the last time these two teams met with 14 points and eight assists. In the games Golden State has struggled this season, they've allowed the opposing team to dominate time of possession. Read More »

North Korea Is Winning the Olympics Before They Even Start


But Pence stressed that the US remains firmly committed to a pressure-based approach against North Korea until that country abandons its nuclear weapons, warning Seoul against making too many concessions to Pyongyang . Kim Yo-jong would be the first member of the Kim family to cross the border to the South. The nuclear-armed North is on an Olympics-linked publicity drive - sending a troupe of performers, hundreds of female cheerleaders, and the sister of leader Kim Jong-un to the South. Read More »

Debuchy: Giroud right to leave Arsenal for Chelsea


Conte finally got his wish for a physical centre-forward on Wednesday with the capture of Giroud from Arsenal after a month-long pursuit that saw the Premier League champions linked with the likes of Andy Carroll, Ashley Barnes and even Peter Crouch. Read More »

Agent breaks with Patriots' Josh McDaniels


Patriots owner Robert Kraft reportedly sweetened McDaniels' contract with New England to keep him. Show you how I view roster building, how I look at financials and the salary cap.' To McDaniels, who is 41 years old, the chance to be with Belichick, arguably the greatest coach of all-time, 65 years old, to have that opportunity was viewed as to be extremely valuable to him. Read More »

Draymond Green fined $50K for foul language


Green complained to referee Lauren Holtkamp about the no-call and was assessed his first technical of the night. Green, again bleeding from the mouth, snapped on Holtkamp and could be seen barking profane insults at her as he walked toward the locker room. Read More »

North Korea flexes muscles ahead of Winter Olympics with military parade

Kim Jong Un's sister , Kim Yo Jong will arrive in South Korea on Friday (Saturday NZT), likely aboard the North Korean leader's private jet, which is exempt from United Nations sanctions. Following a last-minute proposal during Kim's annual New Year's address , North Korea is sending 22 athletes to compete in the Olympics and a delegation of more than 400 musicians, singers, martial artists and members of a cheering group to the games. Read More »

Kemba Walker in Ben Simmons still out as All-Star


JUST days after Ben Simmons' All Star aspirations were reawakened by a shocking knee injury to NY star Kristaps Porzingis, the Australian's been snubbed - again. Silver had already overlooked Simmons when choosing Miami Heat guard Goran Dragic and Detroit Pistons centre Andre Drummond to replace injured duo Washington Wizards guard John Wall and Cleveland Cavaliers forward-centre Kevin Love. Read More »

Scott Boras clients will not attend the MLBPA spring training camp


The union sent an email to agents announcing the decision. In addition to access to the IMG Academy, which sits on a 500-plus-acre campus in Bradenton, the union will continue to identify ways to generally support, provide ongoing information and increase the visibility of unsigned players in advance of the upcoming season. Read More »

Long Term Trend - Petroleo Brasileiro SA - Petrobras (PBR)

Focusing in on the past five trading days, shares have changed -4.76%. It also reduced its holding in Coca Cola Company (NYSE:KO) by 500 shares in the quarter, leaving it with 8,050 shares, and cut its stake in Icahn Enterprises Lp Depositary Unit (NASDAQ:IEP). Read More »

Winter Olympics 2018: Canada scores mixed doubles curling victory against United States


For the last four years he has been working to prepare Canada for this first-ever Olympic mixed doubles competition and it was thrilling for him to see Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris in action on the ice. Switzerland's Jenny Perret and Martin Rios are the current world mixed doubles champions, while Morris is a 2010 gold medallist and Lawes a 2014 gold victor in the team events. Read More »

Tronc sells Los Angeles Times for $500M


Billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong agreed to purchase the paper from its parent company, Tronc, in a deal announced Wednesday. Soon-Shiong also picked up the The San Diego Union-Tribune, as well as smaller publications in the California News Group. Read More »

Nate Diaz has his sights on an opponent for UFC return


Nate Diaz this summer. Diaz seems more than happy to ink a deal to fight Woodley now and facing off on July 7 at UFC 226 sounds like a good enough date to him. "They asked if I would fight Woodley and I said, 'Well, I'd like a three-month camp, '" Diaz explained. "We'll figure it out, There's definitely going to be something". Read More »

Winter Olympic games set to be coldest in decades


Kelly Clark has medaled in the halfpipe in three of the past four Olympics and was fourth in Turin in 2006. If the USA speed skating team draw a blank in South Korea like they did in Sochi four years ago, the one thing they will not be able to blame is their skin suits. Read More »

Kurds push US to stop Turkey assault


USA military support for the terrorist PKK's Syrian offshoot the Democratic Union Party (PYD) and its armed wing the YPG has always been a major reason for tension between Ankara and Washington. In a statement, the US-led coalition criticised the Turkish assault, saying, "increased violence in Afrin disrupts what was a relatively stable area of Syria". Read More »

Espanyol striker Sergio Garcia denies allegations of racially abusing Barcelona's Samuel Umtiti


No action will be taken against Gerard Pique for his goal celebration against Espanyol at the weekend, but La Liga has said that similar cases could be punished in future. The Spanish worldwide has since revealed he reacted in such a way because the insults were directed towards his family. "We have to highlight the fact Espanyol worked well and until that moment, Pique's goal, there was not a single insult aimed at Pique's family, which is something we were anxious about at La Liga". Read More »

Josh Pastner: Georgia Tech Basketball Coach Accused Of Sexual Assault


Bell has publicly accused Pastner of breaking NCAA rules. Pastner filed a defamation lawsuit last month following the claims, calling the allegations "fabricated and false". According to a USA Today report , the two grew close in 2013 after Pastner helped Bell get through a bout with cancer. There were more alleged incidents in 2016, between February 14 and March 3, and again after Pastner took a new job at Georgia Tech in November and continued through December of that year. Read More »

Kemba Walker Pistons NBA Trade Rumors: Knicks Cavs still in?


Walker, 27, is averaging 22.6 points and 5.8 assists, productivity comparable to last season. The 6-1 Walker has scored at least 40 points in a game three times this season, one of eight National Basketball Association players to do so. BEN Simmons has been overlooked for NBA All-Star selection again. The Charlotte Hornets and Cleveland Cavaliers were unable to swing a trade that would have paired Kemba Walker with LeBron James . Read More »

Some Eagles Players Are Already Passing on White House Visit


Ahead of Sunday's match-up, the Eagles took the field to imprisoned Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill's 2012 song, "Dreams and Nightmares". U.S. Bank Stadium will always be remembered as the sight where the Philadelphia Eagles popped their Championship cherry and finally hoisted the Lombardi Trophy for the first time in franchise history. Read More »

Denver Nuggets Reportedly Eyeing Boston Celtics Guard Marcus Smart


But the Celtics have also projected more faith in their roster construction, knowing they have built a nucleus with staying power. Boston did bring in free agent Greg Monroe , who was waived by the Phoenix Suns at the start of the month, but Ainge claims the Celtics were never trying to ship Smart. Read More »

Court To Announce Decision On Russian Athletes Hours Before Opening Ceremonies


The Democratic People's Republic of Korea ( DPRK ) on Wednesday condemned South Korean conservatives for protesting against a DPRK art troupe arriving on Tuesday to perform for the PyeongChang Winter Olympics . The XXIII Olympic Winter Games will begin in PyeongChang, South Korea Thursday, Feb. 8, the day before the Opening Ceremony . Lawes had been replaced by Shannon Birchard for the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Penticton, B.C., because of a conflict with the Olympic tournament, ... Read More »

Fmr US Olympic Swimmer Says Coach Sexually Abused Her as Teen


The Southern California News Group's Los Angeles Daily News was among mainstream media to break the story in California, stating that the Department of Homeland Security, with assistance from the Des Moines, Washington police department, has conducted a search warrant on Hutchison's apartment south of Seattle. Read More »