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Stage set for wide open run at US Open title

That was Adam Hadwin's Friday at Erin Hills, where a double bogey at the penultimate hole dropped him off the first page of the U.S. Open leaderboard after two very good days. Johnson shot 1-over 73 on Friday to finish at 4 over, three shots off the cut line. "It's a big golf course with lots of rough but it lets you play". Read More »

Harbaugh talks up another European trip for Wolverines


This article sounds as if Harbaugh may have a message to pass along, but then again... maybe not. Harbaugh met with Obama in Washington, D.C. this week. MI coach Jim Harbaugh said Saturday the team took a vote and has settled on possibly going to Paris, Normandy, France and London during spring practice next year. Read More »

Sports hernias putting strain on hockey players of all ages

We've done this before, but here's how it's going down. Jason's Take: The Canucks actually made one of the first pro-active deals related to the expansion draft. 2 pick, having moved there by the grace of the hockey gods via the draft lottery last month. Sure, Vegas (in the National Hockey League, the "Las" part is forbidden for some reason) is an exciting town, but in this case it comes with a caveat. Read More »

US Senate approves new sanctions on Russia, Iran

Putin said that Russian Federation would be forced to make changes because of the sanctions , but they wouldn't lead to a "collapse". Ben Cardin (D-MD). Putin seems content to sit back and watch as America tears itself apart with partisan witch hunts and hatred of the president. The anti-Iran sanctions come following two sets of sanctions that were rolled out in February and May by the US Treasury Department over Iran's missile program, Press TV reported . Read More »

Green throws jabs at Lebron, Cavaliers

James was quick to fire back at Green on his Instagram account with a post that has amassed more than one million "likes" - including from Cavs teammates Tristan Thompson and JR Smith, as well as Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook and Houston's James Harden . Read More »

Will Warriors skip White House visit over Trump policies?

They're going to have to get me down from this cloud. However, controversial policies and statements by President Donald Trump have created uncertainty about the future of White House title celebrations under this administration in some leagues, including in the predominantly African American NBA. Read More »

The Staggering Hypocrisy of Newt Gingrich

There was obstruction of justice about the collusion. I wonder who we should burn at the stake? Gingrich on Friday said he has warned the president and Trump's aides of just how serious the current investigations are. Gingrich was a vocal advocate for Trump during his campaign and at one time was considered for the vice president slot. 'His reputation is impeccable for honesty and integrity, ' Gingrich tweeted on May 17. Read More »

Pilloried, ranked last; Pakistan first into ICC final

In the morning, winning the toss yet again in the tournament, Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed opted to field first. "I think we'd be remiss if we just said these 15 or 16 guys are going to go to the World Cup in two years' time", Bayliss said. Read More »

Artemis skipper falls overboard in Cup challenger finals

Down to five crewmen, Artemis eased up. But after making a crucial error in the first race and allowing New Zealand to get past them, Artemis Racing sailed a near ideal race in their second encounter to level the series. The next day's racing was postponed by high winds, and the Kiwis returned to the water on Thursday to eliminate Britain's Land Rover BAR and clinch a spot in the finals. Read More »

Lions send message to All Blacks ahead of test series


They arranged a pretty quick game against Samoa and, if you saw the first 20-30 minutes, they needed that. Obviously they were outstanding in the second half of course. He appeared relieved to have the chance to offload some frustrations. "At a pinch he probably could have played tonight, but the ground is quite heavy and a number of players at half-time had tight hamstrings and groins". Read More »

Draymond Green, LeBron James show the offseason is petty season

The 2017 NBA Finals are over, but the (joking) war of words between Draymond Green and LeBron James shows no signs of letting up. James responded by commenting "that's what she said" on Instagram , and Green fired back during his lively parade speech , making fun of James' comments that he's never played for a super team . Read More »

Favorites Portugal, Mexico meet early in Confederations Cup

On Sunday 18 June Portugal take on Mexico in Kazan before flying west to meet Russian Federation in Moscow three days later. "He is motivated, just like me", said the 21-year-old Silva at a news conference in Kazan ahead of Portugal's opening Confederations Cup match against Mexico on Sunday. Read More »

Cristiano Ronaldo: Real Madrid president Florentino Perez refuses to be blackmailed

According to Portuguese daily A Bola , the 32-year-old, who is currently on global duty with Portugal for the Confederations Cup , has been left angered at his treatment by Spanish tax authorities and now wishes to leave the country . Ronaldo maintains his innocence in the tax evasion case and insisted that did everything in accordance with Spanish law. He's very strong-minded and clear in what he wants. Read More »

Nadal wins, Ostapenko claims first Grand Slam title


After falling at the final hurdle against Roger Federer at the Australian Open this year, the Spaniard returned to his throne with a 10th French Open title, making him the first player in the Open Era to win the same major on 10 separate occasions. Read More »

No bilateral cricket ties with Pak: Amit Shah

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah while addressing a press conference on Saturday spoke on India-Pakistan matches at the global level. "Sports and terrorism can not go hand in hand", he added. The Board of Control for Cricket in India and Pakistan Cricket Board had met in Dubai on May 30 to discuss bilateral cricketing ties between the two countries. Read More »

House Majority Whip Scalise still critical but improved after second surgery

He received multiple units of blood, said Sava, who declined to describe the exact nature of Scalise's internal injuries. The congressman is still in critical condition in the ICU, but his doctors are staying optimistic. "He clearly knows that they're there and appreciates their presence", Sava said. Hodgkinson had an assault rifle and a lot of ammunition and police said the shooting may have been motivated by Hodgkinson's hatred for President Donald Trump and the GOP. Read More »

Pakistan has to fight to make Champs Trophy final a contest

India suffered a shock loss to Sri Lanka in the group stage before overwhelming Bangladesh in the semis and their captain Virat Kohli has been impressed by Pakistan's resurgence. "The guys are under no illusion as to what the expectation is on them, but they're genuinely excited". After 15 games, we are back down to the opening game for two teams - India and Pakistan . Read More »

Warriors say trip to White House not on their minds

What weve built here is truly special, its unique, its something that you dont want to see end at all, ” Curry said . But two of three isn't bad, and this year's championship cleanses the stench of blowing a 3-1 lead in last year's finals after winning a record 73 games in the regular season. Read More »

Draymond Green Brings Payback To James' 2016 Ultimate Warrior Shirt

Regarding Green's comments directed his way, James responded during an appearance on the Road Trippin' podcast hosted by sideline reporter Allie Clifton and fellow Cavs players Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye . Fyre also said that there is a media narrative that the two teams dislike each other that isn't accurate. James made sure not to miss out all the fun and posted a photo of Green in his Instagram account with the caption, " That's what she said , HUH?!?!?" And ... Read More »

Draymond Green Mocks Cavs' With 'Quickie' T-Shirt; LeBron James Responds

Later during the parade, Green was asked in an interview about how the idea of the shirt came about. "'I've never played on a super team.' That's insane", said Green, who wore a T-shirt that read "Quickie" with the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy next to a large "Q" that resembed logo for Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena. Read More »

Draymond Green and LeBron James are having an NBA Finals Insta-beef

Green is good friends with James, and this all seemed like it was good-natured ribbing - especially since Green is right . "I definitely didn't start the super team, [like] he's trying to say", James said on the " Road Trippin " podcast hosted by teammates Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye as well as Fox Sports Ohio sideline reporter Allie Clifton that was recorded Thursday night and published Friday morning. Read More »