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Daily Archives: August 24, 2017

Manu Ginobili, San Antonio Spurs reach tw0-year deal

Manu Ginobili will be returning to the San Antonio Spurs, the team announced Thursday. Ginobili, who will be entering his 16th season with the team, reportedly signed a two-year, $5 million deal to return to the team, sources confirmed to ESPN. Terms of the deal

Russell Henley shoots 64, leads FedEx Cup playoff opener

OLD WESTBURY, N.Y. — Russell Henley kept it simple his first time playing Glen Oaks Club and opened with a 6-under 64 for the early lead in The Northern Trust. Glen Oaks, a spacious and immaculate course, is hosting this FedEx Cup playoff event for

Ajax out after losing to Rosenborg

Rosenborg almost went out of Europe in July, needing extra time to beat Dundalk Last season’s Europa League finalists Ajax went out in the qualifying rounds as Rosenborg beat them to reach the group stage. The Dutch giants trailed 2-0 on aggregate when Nicklas Bendtner

Your greatest all-time Premier League XI

John Terry or Tony Adams? Frank Lampard or Steven Gerrard? Alan Shearer or Didier Drogba? The Premier League was 25 years old on 15 August and has been the home of some of the greatest players of the modern era. But who would make your

London Irish: Premiership return excites Nick Kennedy and Topsy Ojo

London Irish are delighted to be back in English rugby union’s top flight as they prepare for the start of the Premiership season. The Exiles face Harlequins at Twickenham in the London Double Header on Saturday, 2 September following their promotion from the Championship in

Sigurdsson stunner seals Everton’s Europa progress

Gylfi Sigurdsson marked his first Everton start with a spectacular goal to help put Ronald Koeman’s side into the group stages of the Europa League after a 1-1 away draw with Hajduk Split. Everton were defending a 2-0 lead from the play-off first leg at

Just one change on the Tyrone side to face Dublin

Mickey Harte has made just one change to his Tyrone team for Sunday’s All-Ireland SFC showdown with Dublin at Croke Park from the side that beat Armagh in the last round. David Mulgrew, who was named in the team to face the Orchard County but

T20 Blast: Notts Outlaws recover from 66-4 to beat Somerset

Samit Patel’s stand of 54 with Dan Christian changed the game for Notts Outlaws NatWest T20 Blast quarter-final, Trent Bridge Somerset 151-6 (20 overs): Davies 59, Trego 40; Ball 2-21, Christian 2-23 Notts Outlaws 152-5 (18.3 overs): Patel 45, Christian 36* Notts Outlaws beat Somerset