Lakers hold off Nuggets, 120-116

Lakers hold off Nuggets, 120-116 As Lakers rookie Ivica Zubac addressed a throng of reporters Tuesday, teammate D’Angelo Russell stood in the back claiming a bit of credit. “D-Lo saw it first,” Russell said, presumably referring to what everyone now is seeing in Zubac.  It followed each player’s best game of the season. In a […]

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Football to consider sin-bins for yellow cards

Football to consider sin-bins for yellow cards Football’s law-making body Ifab is to look at introducing sin-bins for yellow-card offences. The proposal is on the body’s agenda for its annual meeting in London in March this year. The measure has been tested in Uefa development competitions and some amateur leagues in recent years. Other proposals […]

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London 2012 Olympics: Russia stripped of relay silver

London 2012 Olympics: Russia stripped of relay silver Russia have been stripped of 4x400m relay silver from London 2012 after sprinter Antonina Krivoshapka tested positive for steroid turinabol. The ruling is likely to see Jamaica and Ukraine promoted to silver and bronze respectively behind the United States. Krivoshapka, 29, has not competed since 2013, the […]

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20 reasons why Patriots-Falcons Super Bowl is a classic Good vs. Evil matchup

20 reasons why Patriots-Falcons Super Bowl is a classic Good vs. Evil matchup It’s cheating Brady against wide-eyed Matty. It’s an owner who stalks against one who dances. It’s a coach wearing a hoodie against one who dresses in Navy SEAL mottos. The Super Bowl pitting the New England Patriots against the Atlanta Falcons features […]

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Leonard outduels Westbrook as Spurs beat Thunder

Leonard outduels Westbrook as Spurs beat Thunder (The Sports Xchange) – If all anyone expected was a duel in the Alamo City between two of the NBA’s erstwhile MVP candidates, San Antonio’s Kawhi Leonard and Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook, they might have been disappointed by the way the Spurs’ 108-94 win over the Thunder on […]

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Volunteer Lawyers Have Descended on Major Airports After Trump’s Immigration Order

Volunteer Lawyers Have Descended on Major Airports After Trump’s Immigration Order (NEW YORK) — It had been a few years since attorney Roman Zelichenko left immigration law for a career in finance, and longer still since he pulled an all-nighter. But after President Donald Trump issued his immigration order, Zelichenko spent 21 straight hours at […]

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