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The Spain star is a target for some of England's biggest clubs after a season when he was not an automatic starter in the Spanish capital
Real Madrid rejected €150m Premier League offers for Asensio – agent
The Spain star is a target for some of England's biggest clubs after a season when he was not an automatic starter in the Spanish capital
James Harden showcases the handle turning Stephen Curry around for the blow-by, connecting on the floater.
Harden Shakes Curry
James Harden showcases the handle turning Stephen Curry around for the blow-by, connecting on the floater.
The news at Schmidt Peterson Motorsports goes from bad to worse with the reported departure of team engineer Leena Gade after just five races.
Reports: James Hinchcliffe’s lead engineer, Leena Gade, has left team after just five races
The news at Schmidt Peterson Motorsports goes from bad to worse with the reported departure of team engineer Leena Gade after just five races.
The news at Schmidt Peterson Motorsports goes from bad to worse with the reported departure of team engineer Leena Gade after just five races.
Reports: James Hinchcliffe’s lead engineer, Leena Gade, has left team after just five races
The news at Schmidt Peterson Motorsports goes from bad to worse with the reported departure of team engineer Leena Gade after just five races.
Mientras que los jugadores Verdolagas regresaban para la segunda mitad, las tribunas estallaron de júbilo.
El espectacular recibimiento de Nacional en el entretiempo
Mientras que los jugadores Verdolagas regresaban para la segunda mitad, las tribunas estallaron de júbilo.
Mientras que los jugadores Verdolagas regresaban para la segunda mitad, las tribunas estallaron de júbilo.
El espectacular recibimiento de Nacional en el entretiempo
Mientras que los jugadores Verdolagas regresaban para la segunda mitad, las tribunas estallaron de júbilo.
Ramon Torres' single travels through Delino DeShields' legs, plating Alcides Escobar before Torres makes it all the way around the bases
Torres' Little League home run
Ramon Torres' single travels through Delino DeShields' legs, plating Alcides Escobar before Torres makes it all the way around the bases
Ramon Torres' single travels through Delino DeShields' legs, plating Alcides Escobar before Torres makes it all the way around the bases
Torres' Little League home run
Ramon Torres' single travels through Delino DeShields' legs, plating Alcides Escobar before Torres makes it all the way around the bases
Ramon Torres' single travels through Delino DeShields' legs, plating Alcides Escobar before Torres makes it all the way around the bases
Torres' Little League home run
Ramon Torres' single travels through Delino DeShields' legs, plating Alcides Escobar before Torres makes it all the way around the bases
Asdrubal Cabrera knocks in two runs with a double to left-center, extending the Mets' lead to 3-0 in the top of the 5th inning
Cabrera's 2-run double
Asdrubal Cabrera knocks in two runs with a double to left-center, extending the Mets' lead to 3-0 in the top of the 5th inning
Asdrubal Cabrera knocks in two runs with a double to left-center, extending the Mets' lead to 3-0 in the top of the 5th inning
Cabrera's 2-run double
Asdrubal Cabrera knocks in two runs with a double to left-center, extending the Mets' lead to 3-0 in the top of the 5th inning
Asdrubal Cabrera knocks in two runs with a double to left-center, extending the Mets' lead to 3-0 in the top of the 5th inning
Cabrera's 2-run double
Asdrubal Cabrera knocks in two runs with a double to left-center, extending the Mets' lead to 3-0 in the top of the 5th inning
Salvador Perez steps in with the bases loaded and lines a two-run single to left field, opening up a 4-0 lead for the Royals in the 5th
Perez's 2-run single
Salvador Perez steps in with the bases loaded and lines a two-run single to left field, opening up a 4-0 lead for the Royals in the 5th
Salvador Perez steps in with the bases loaded and lines a two-run single to left field, opening up a 4-0 lead for the Royals in the 5th
Perez's 2-run single
Salvador Perez steps in with the bases loaded and lines a two-run single to left field, opening up a 4-0 lead for the Royals in the 5th
Salvador Perez steps in with the bases loaded and lines a two-run single to left field, opening up a 4-0 lead for the Royals in the 5th
Perez's 2-run single
Salvador Perez steps in with the bases loaded and lines a two-run single to left field, opening up a 4-0 lead for the Royals in the 5th
The Houston Rockets honored the victims and survivors of the deadly Santa Fe High School shooting during Thursday's Game 5 of the Western Conference finals.
Rockets honor victims, welcome seniors from Santa Fe HS
The Houston Rockets honored the victims and survivors of the deadly Santa Fe High School shooting during Thursday's Game 5 of the Western Conference finals.
The Houston Rockets honored the victims and survivors of the deadly Santa Fe High School shooting during Thursday's Game 5 of the Western Conference finals.
Rockets honor victims, welcome seniors from Santa Fe HS
The Houston Rockets honored the victims and survivors of the deadly Santa Fe High School shooting during Thursday's Game 5 of the Western Conference finals.
Wilson Ramos rips a bases-loaded single to right, plating two runs before Matt Duffy races home on an error to give the Rays a 5-0 lead
Ramos' bases-clearing knock
Wilson Ramos rips a bases-loaded single to right, plating two runs before Matt Duffy races home on an error to give the Rays a 5-0 lead
Wilson Ramos rips a bases-loaded single to right, plating two runs before Matt Duffy races home on an error to give the Rays a 5-0 lead
Ramos' bases-clearing knock
Wilson Ramos rips a bases-loaded single to right, plating two runs before Matt Duffy races home on an error to give the Rays a 5-0 lead
Wilson Ramos rips a bases-loaded single to right, plating two runs before Matt Duffy races home on an error to give the Rays a 5-0 lead
Ramos' bases-clearing knock
Wilson Ramos rips a bases-loaded single to right, plating two runs before Matt Duffy races home on an error to give the Rays a 5-0 lead
JJ Redick says Sixers should go after LeBron James if they have the chance
Members of the Santa Fe High School choir sing the national anthem in tribute to the deaths resulting from the Santa Fe High school shooting.
Sante Fe Choir Sings The National Anthem
Members of the Santa Fe High School choir sing the national anthem in tribute to the deaths resulting from the Santa Fe High school shooting.
Rafael Devers makes a great diving stop at third base and delivers a quick throw to second to get the lead runner in the 6th inning
Devers' tough diving stop
Rafael Devers makes a great diving stop at third base and delivers a quick throw to second to get the lead runner in the 6th inning
Rafael Devers makes a great diving stop at third base and delivers a quick throw to second to get the lead runner in the 6th inning
Devers' tough diving stop
Rafael Devers makes a great diving stop at third base and delivers a quick throw to second to get the lead runner in the 6th inning
Rafael Devers makes a great diving stop at third base and delivers a quick throw to second to get the lead runner in the 6th inning
Devers' tough diving stop
Rafael Devers makes a great diving stop at third base and delivers a quick throw to second to get the lead runner in the 6th inning
Good on the Rockets for their response and their support.
Rockets wear jersey patch to honor Santa Fe High School vs. Warriors
Good on the Rockets for their response and their support.
Good on the Rockets for their response and their support.
Rockets wear jersey patch to honor Santa Fe High School vs. Warriors
Good on the Rockets for their response and their support.
竟然有他!年度代表隊成員名單的幾個驚喜
竟然有他!年度代表隊成員名單的幾個驚喜
竟然有他!年度代表隊成員名單的幾個驚喜
La selección colombiana entrenó el jueves con plantel completo por primera vez previo al Mundial de Rusia-2018, donde el equipo aspira a igualar o mejorar lo hecho en Brasil-2014, el mejor desempeño de los cafeteros en una Copa del Mundo.
Primer entrenamiento de Colombia con plantel completo
La selección colombiana entrenó el jueves con plantel completo por primera vez previo al Mundial de Rusia-2018, donde el equipo aspira a igualar o mejorar lo hecho en Brasil-2014, el mejor desempeño de los cafeteros en una Copa del Mundo.
La selección colombiana entrenó el jueves con plantel completo por primera vez previo al Mundial de Rusia-2018, donde el equipo aspira a igualar o mejorar lo hecho en Brasil-2014, el mejor desempeño de los cafeteros en una Copa del Mundo.
Primer entrenamiento de Colombia con plantel completo
La selección colombiana entrenó el jueves con plantel completo por primera vez previo al Mundial de Rusia-2018, donde el equipo aspira a igualar o mejorar lo hecho en Brasil-2014, el mejor desempeño de los cafeteros en una Copa del Mundo.
La selección colombiana entrenó el jueves con plantel completo por primera vez previo al Mundial de Rusia-2018, donde el equipo aspira a igualar o mejorar lo hecho en Brasil-2014, el mejor desempeño de los cafeteros en una Copa del Mundo.
Primer entrenamiento de Colombia con plantel completo
La selección colombiana entrenó el jueves con plantel completo por primera vez previo al Mundial de Rusia-2018, donde el equipo aspira a igualar o mejorar lo hecho en Brasil-2014, el mejor desempeño de los cafeteros en una Copa del Mundo.
La selección colombiana entrenó el jueves con plantel completo por primera vez previo al Mundial de Rusia-2018, donde el equipo aspira a igualar o mejorar lo hecho en Brasil-2014, el mejor desempeño de los cafeteros en una Copa del Mundo.
Primer entrenamiento de Colombia con plantel completo
La selección colombiana entrenó el jueves con plantel completo por primera vez previo al Mundial de Rusia-2018, donde el equipo aspira a igualar o mejorar lo hecho en Brasil-2014, el mejor desempeño de los cafeteros en una Copa del Mundo.
FILE - In this 1932 file photo, boxer Jack Johnson work out in New York City. President Donald Trump on Thursday, May 24, 2018, granted a rare posthumous pardon to boxing's first black heavyweight champion, clearing Jack Johnsons name more than 100 years after a racially-charged conviction. (AP Photo/File)
'It's about time': Trump pardons late boxer Jack Johnson
FILE - In this 1932 file photo, boxer Jack Johnson work out in New York City. President Donald Trump on Thursday, May 24, 2018, granted a rare posthumous pardon to boxing's first black heavyweight champion, clearing Jack Johnsons name more than 100 years after a racially-charged conviction. (AP Photo/File)
FILE - In this 1932 file photo, boxer Jack Johnson, the first black world heavyweight champion, poses in New York City. President Donald Trump on Thursday, May 24, 2018, granted a rare posthumous pardon to boxing's first black heavyweight champion, clearing Jack Johnsons name more than 100 years after a racially-charged conviction. (AP Photo/File)
'It's about time': Trump pardons late boxer Jack Johnson
FILE - In this 1932 file photo, boxer Jack Johnson, the first black world heavyweight champion, poses in New York City. President Donald Trump on Thursday, May 24, 2018, granted a rare posthumous pardon to boxing's first black heavyweight champion, clearing Jack Johnsons name more than 100 years after a racially-charged conviction. (AP Photo/File)
FILE In this Feb. 10, 1943, file photo, former boxer Jack Johnson looks through a scrapbook of newspaper clippings in Los Angeles. President Donald Trump on Thursday, May 24, 2018, granted a rare posthumous pardon to boxing's first black heavyweight champion, clearing Jack Johnsons name more than 100 years after a racially-charged conviction. (AP Photo/John T. Burns, File)
'It's about time': Trump pardons late boxer Jack Johnson
FILE In this Feb. 10, 1943, file photo, former boxer Jack Johnson looks through a scrapbook of newspaper clippings in Los Angeles. President Donald Trump on Thursday, May 24, 2018, granted a rare posthumous pardon to boxing's first black heavyweight champion, clearing Jack Johnsons name more than 100 years after a racially-charged conviction. (AP Photo/John T. Burns, File)
No. 4 UNLV tops No. 1 Nevada, 13-8, in the opening game of the 2018 Mountain West Baseball Tournament.
GAME 1 HIGHLIGHTS: #4 UNLV 13, #1 Nevada 8
No. 4 UNLV tops No. 1 Nevada, 13-8, in the opening game of the 2018 Mountain West Baseball Tournament.
Team also loses its car chief for the weekend and is docked 30 minutes of practice Saturday.
Kevin Harvick’s car fails inspection, will start at rear of Coca-Cola 600
Team also loses its car chief for the weekend and is docked 30 minutes of practice Saturday.
Team also loses its car chief for the weekend and is docked 30 minutes of practice Saturday.
Kevin Harvick’s car fails inspection, will start at rear of Coca-Cola 600
Team also loses its car chief for the weekend and is docked 30 minutes of practice Saturday.
Kyle Busch has a good starting spot as he chases his first Cup Series points win at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Kyle Busch wins third pole of 2018
Kyle Busch has a good starting spot as he chases his first Cup Series points win at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Kyle Busch has a good starting spot as he chases his first Cup Series points win at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Kyle Busch wins third pole of 2018
Kyle Busch has a good starting spot as he chases his first Cup Series points win at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
FILE - In this May 13, 2018, file photo, Dominic Thiem, of Austria, returns the ball to Alexander Zverev, of Germany, during the men's final of the Madrid Open Tennis tournament in Madrid, Spain. Thiem will be competing in the French Open tennis tournament that begins on Sunday, May 27. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco, File)
Thiem to take on Simon in Lyon Open final
FILE - In this May 13, 2018, file photo, Dominic Thiem, of Austria, returns the ball to Alexander Zverev, of Germany, during the men's final of the Madrid Open Tennis tournament in Madrid, Spain. Thiem will be competing in the French Open tennis tournament that begins on Sunday, May 27. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco, File)
Players on the European Tour are allowed to wear shorts during practices and pro-ams. Tiger Woods wants to see the PGA Tour follow suit.
Woods would 'love' to see Tour allow shorts
Players on the European Tour are allowed to wear shorts during practices and pro-ams. Tiger Woods wants to see the PGA Tour follow suit.
Two Chicago Cubs fans hold up a sign encouraging the Cubs to go after Baltimore Orioles shortstop Manny Machado, before a baseball game between the Chicago White Sox and Orioles Monday, May 21, 2018, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
Epstein: No trade talks for Cubs despite Machado speculation
Two Chicago Cubs fans hold up a sign encouraging the Cubs to go after Baltimore Orioles shortstop Manny Machado, before a baseball game between the Chicago White Sox and Orioles Monday, May 21, 2018, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
Hoisting the Cup would mean everything to Vegas
Many never imagined the Golden Knights would have a legitimate chance at winning the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season, but now that they do, it's clear they represent something bigger than hockey.
<p>Dont&#39;a Hightower&#39;s return to the field at OTAs is a positive development for the Patriots. How might the rest of the linebacker corps slot in if he&#39;s a full go for training camp?<br>&#160;</p>
Hightower’s presence at OTAs leads to a look at linebacker depth

Dont'a Hightower's return to the field at OTAs is a positive development for the Patriots. How might the rest of the linebacker corps slot in if he's a full go for training camp?
 

<p>Dont&#39;a Hightower&#39;s return to the field at OTAs is a positive development for the Patriots. How might the rest of the linebacker corps slot in if he&#39;s a full go for training camp?<br>&#160;</p>
Hightower’s presence at OTAs leads to a look at linebacker depth

Dont'a Hightower's return to the field at OTAs is a positive development for the Patriots. How might the rest of the linebacker corps slot in if he's a full go for training camp?
 

<p>Dont&#39;a Hightower&#39;s return to the field at OTAs is a positive development for the Patriots. How might the rest of the linebacker corps slot in if he&#39;s a full go for training camp?<br>&#160;</p>
Hightower’s presence at OTAs leads to a look at linebacker depth

Dont'a Hightower's return to the field at OTAs is a positive development for the Patriots. How might the rest of the linebacker corps slot in if he's a full go for training camp?
 

<p>Dont&#39;a Hightower&#39;s return to the field at OTAs is a positive development for the Patriots. How might the rest of the linebacker corps slot in if he&#39;s a full go for training camp?<br>&#160;</p>
Hightower’s presence at OTAs leads to a look at linebacker depth

Dont'a Hightower's return to the field at OTAs is a positive development for the Patriots. How might the rest of the linebacker corps slot in if he's a full go for training camp?
 

El técnico del Liverpool, Jürgen Klopp, durante una rueda de prensa en Kiev.UEFA/Pool via REUTERS
Klopp elogia al "luchador" Zidane en la víspera de la final de Champions
El técnico del Liverpool, Jürgen Klopp, durante una rueda de prensa en Kiev.UEFA/Pool via REUTERS
The Reds&#39; loss in their last European final has not been forgotten, but their captain believes those memories could actually work in their favour
Liverpool motivated by Europa League pain - Henderson
The Reds' loss in their last European final has not been forgotten, but their captain believes those memories could actually work in their favour
These are the players that have put their names into the draft.
2018 NBA Draft Early Entry List: Who declared? Who is returning? Who are we waiting on?
These are the players that have put their names into the draft.
These are the players that have put their names into the draft.
2018 NBA Draft Early Entry List: Who declared? Who is returning? Who are we waiting on?
These are the players that have put their names into the draft.
FILE PHOTO: May 18, 2017; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Verizon IndyCar Series driver Tony Kanaan watches in the pits during practice for the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
FILE PHOTO: IndyCar: 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500-Practice
FILE PHOTO: May 18, 2017; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Verizon IndyCar Series driver Tony Kanaan watches in the pits during practice for the 101st Running of the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
What winning the Cup would mean to the Capitals
Members of the Capitals, including T.J. Oshie and Braden Holtby, try to put into words what winning the Stanley Cup would mean for their team and the city.
A 17th Indianapolis 500 triumph would give Team Penske its 201st IndyCar win.
With 200 IndyCar wins in the books, Penske looks for No. 201 at Indy
A 17th Indianapolis 500 triumph would give Team Penske its 201st IndyCar win.
A 17th Indianapolis 500 triumph would give Team Penske its 201st IndyCar win.
With 200 IndyCar wins in the books, Penske looks for No. 201 at Indy
A 17th Indianapolis 500 triumph would give Team Penske its 201st IndyCar win.
A 17th Indianapolis 500 triumph would give Team Penske its 201st IndyCar win.
With 200 IndyCar wins in the books, Penske looks for No. 201 at Indy
A 17th Indianapolis 500 triumph would give Team Penske its 201st IndyCar win.
A 17th Indianapolis 500 triumph would give Team Penske its 201st IndyCar win.
With 200 IndyCar wins in the books, Penske looks for No. 201 at Indy
A 17th Indianapolis 500 triumph would give Team Penske its 201st IndyCar win.
A 17th Indianapolis 500 triumph would give Team Penske its 201st IndyCar win.
With 200 IndyCar wins in the books, Penske looks for No. 201 at Indy
A 17th Indianapolis 500 triumph would give Team Penske its 201st IndyCar win.
A 17th Indianapolis 500 triumph would give Team Penske its 201st IndyCar win.
With 200 IndyCar wins in the books, Penske looks for No. 201 at Indy
A 17th Indianapolis 500 triumph would give Team Penske its 201st IndyCar win.
Northern Ireland&#39;s Rory McIlroy reacts after a shot on the 4th fairway during day two of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth Golf Club, Surrey, England Friday May 25, 2018. (Adam Davy/PA via AP)
McIlroy shoots 65, leads by 3 at Wentworth
Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy reacts after a shot on the 4th fairway during day two of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth Golf Club, Surrey, England Friday May 25, 2018. (Adam Davy/PA via AP)
Northern Ireland&#39;s Rory McIlroy on the 6th fairway during day two of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth Golf Club, Surrey, England Friday May 25, 2018. (Adam Davy/PA via AP)
McIlroy shoots 65, leads by 3 at Wentworth
Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy on the 6th fairway during day two of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth Golf Club, Surrey, England Friday May 25, 2018. (Adam Davy/PA via AP)
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
Lionel Messi y Luis Suárez, una relación que va mucho más allá del fútbol
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
Lionel Messi y Luis Suárez, una relación que va mucho más allá del fútbol
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
Lionel Messi y Luis Suárez, una relación que va mucho más allá del fútbol
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
Lionel Messi y Luis Suárez, una relación que va mucho más allá del fútbol
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
Lionel Messi y Luis Suárez, una relación que va mucho más allá del fútbol
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
Lionel Messi y Luis Suárez, una relación que va mucho más allá del fútbol
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
Lionel Messi y Luis Suárez, una relación que va mucho más allá del fútbol
Argentino y uruguayo mantienen una fuerte amistad desde hace varios años. Han compartido muchísimos momentos juntos en familia.
One more for five: Cristiano Ronaldo has won the Champions League four times, scoring in three finals (AFP Photo/LLUIS GENE)
One more for five: Cristiano Ronaldo has won the Champions League four times, scoring in three finals
One more for five: Cristiano Ronaldo has won the Champions League four times, scoring in three finals (AFP Photo/LLUIS GENE)
Star guard to miss Game 6, maybe Game 7, of Western Conference finals
Rockets played with fire with Chris Paul, got burned
Star guard to miss Game 6, maybe Game 7, of Western Conference finals
Star guard to miss Game 6, maybe Game 7, of Western Conference finals
Rockets played with fire with Chris Paul, got burned
Star guard to miss Game 6, maybe Game 7, of Western Conference finals
The former midfielder, who represented both clubs in his playing days, feels Anfield is a more attractive destination for signings than Old Trafford
‘Boring’ Man Utd behind Liverpool in transfer market - Ince
The former midfielder, who represented both clubs in his playing days, feels Anfield is a more attractive destination for signings than Old Trafford
The former midfielder, who represented both clubs in his playing days, feels Anfield is a more attractive destination for signings than Old Trafford
‘Boring’ Man Utd behind Liverpool in transfer market - Ince
The former midfielder, who represented both clubs in his playing days, feels Anfield is a more attractive destination for signings than Old Trafford
The former midfielder, who represented both clubs in his playing days, feels Anfield is a more attractive destination for signings than Old Trafford
‘Boring’ Man Utd behind Liverpool in transfer market - Ince
The former midfielder, who represented both clubs in his playing days, feels Anfield is a more attractive destination for signings than Old Trafford
Hanley Ramirez’s time with the Boston Red Sox has come to a sudden and unexpected end. The club announced on Friday that the 34-year-old Ramirez will be designated for assignment to make room for Dustin Pedroia.
Hanley Ramirez surprisingly designated for assignment by Red Sox
Hanley Ramirez’s time with the Boston Red Sox has come to a sudden and unexpected end. The club announced on Friday that the 34-year-old Ramirez will be designated for assignment to make room for Dustin Pedroia.
Hanley Ramirez’s time with the Boston Red Sox has come to a sudden and unexpected end. The club announced on Friday that the 34-year-old Ramirez will be designated for assignment to make room for Dustin Pedroia.
Hanley Ramirez surprisingly designated for assignment by Red Sox
Hanley Ramirez’s time with the Boston Red Sox has come to a sudden and unexpected end. The club announced on Friday that the 34-year-old Ramirez will be designated for assignment to make room for Dustin Pedroia.
Hanley Ramirez’s time with the Boston Red Sox has come to a sudden and unexpected end. The club announced on Friday that the 34-year-old Ramirez will be designated for assignment to make room for Dustin Pedroia.
Hanley Ramirez surprisingly designated for assignment by Red Sox
Hanley Ramirez’s time with the Boston Red Sox has come to a sudden and unexpected end. The club announced on Friday that the 34-year-old Ramirez will be designated for assignment to make room for Dustin Pedroia.
Hanley Ramirez’s time with the Boston Red Sox has come to a sudden and unexpected end. The club announced on Friday that the 34-year-old Ramirez will be designated for assignment to make room for Dustin Pedroia.
Hanley Ramirez surprisingly designated for assignment by Red Sox
Hanley Ramirez’s time with the Boston Red Sox has come to a sudden and unexpected end. The club announced on Friday that the 34-year-old Ramirez will be designated for assignment to make room for Dustin Pedroia.
A horas de la gran definición de la Champions League, el entrenador del Real Madrid reconoce las dificultades de armar el equipo titular con tantos buenos jugadores en la plantilla blanca.
Zidane, sobre el once de la final: "Como dijo Isco, el marrón me lo como yo"
A horas de la gran definición de la Champions League, el entrenador del Real Madrid reconoce las dificultades de armar el equipo titular con tantos buenos jugadores en la plantilla blanca.
A horas de la gran definición de la Champions League, el entrenador del Real Madrid reconoce las dificultades de armar el equipo titular con tantos buenos jugadores en la plantilla blanca.
Zidane, sobre el once de la final: "Como dijo Isco, el marrón me lo como yo"
A horas de la gran definición de la Champions League, el entrenador del Real Madrid reconoce las dificultades de armar el equipo titular con tantos buenos jugadores en la plantilla blanca.
A horas de la gran definición de la Champions League, el entrenador del Real Madrid reconoce las dificultades de armar el equipo titular con tantos buenos jugadores en la plantilla blanca.
Zidane, sobre el once de la final: "Como dijo Isco, el marrón me lo como yo"
A horas de la gran definición de la Champions League, el entrenador del Real Madrid reconoce las dificultades de armar el equipo titular con tantos buenos jugadores en la plantilla blanca.
A horas de la gran definición de la Champions League, el entrenador del Real Madrid reconoce las dificultades de armar el equipo titular con tantos buenos jugadores en la plantilla blanca.
Zidane, sobre el once de la final: "Como dijo Isco, el marrón me lo como yo"
A horas de la gran definición de la Champions League, el entrenador del Real Madrid reconoce las dificultades de armar el equipo titular con tantos buenos jugadores en la plantilla blanca.
A horas de la gran definición de la Champions League, el entrenador del Real Madrid reconoce las dificultades de armar el equipo titular con tantos buenos jugadores en la plantilla blanca.
Zidane, sobre el once de la final: "Como dijo Isco, el marrón me lo como yo"
A horas de la gran definición de la Champions League, el entrenador del Real Madrid reconoce las dificultades de armar el equipo titular con tantos buenos jugadores en la plantilla blanca.
A horas de la gran definición de la Champions League, el entrenador del Real Madrid reconoce las dificultades de armar el equipo titular con tantos buenos jugadores en la plantilla blanca.
Zidane, sobre el once de la final: "Como dijo Isco, el marrón me lo como yo"
A horas de la gran definición de la Champions League, el entrenador del Real Madrid reconoce las dificultades de armar el equipo titular con tantos buenos jugadores en la plantilla blanca.
Real Madrid&#39;s Sergio Ramos won the Euro 2012 final with Spain in Kiev (AFP Photo/HO)
Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos won the Euro 2012 final with Spain in Kiev
Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos won the Euro 2012 final with Spain in Kiev (AFP Photo/HO)
Zinedine Zidane deja claro que su estrella llega en forma a la final y Ramos defiende que no se le puede comparar con el delantero del Liverpool.
Cristiano Ronaldo, en otra órbita a Salah y nacido para jugar finales
Zinedine Zidane deja claro que su estrella llega en forma a la final y Ramos defiende que no se le puede comparar con el delantero del Liverpool.
Zinedine Zidane deja claro que su estrella llega en forma a la final y Ramos defiende que no se le puede comparar con el delantero del Liverpool.
Cristiano Ronaldo, en otra órbita a Salah y nacido para jugar finales
Zinedine Zidane deja claro que su estrella llega en forma a la final y Ramos defiende que no se le puede comparar con el delantero del Liverpool.
Paul suffered the hamstring injury in the final seconds of Houston&#39;s 98-94 home victory in game five Thursday (AFP Photo/Bob Levey)
Paul suffered the hamstring injury in the final seconds of Houston's 98-94 home victory in game five Thursday
Paul suffered the hamstring injury in the final seconds of Houston's 98-94 home victory in game five Thursday (AFP Photo/Bob Levey)
Zinedine Zidane deja claro que su estrella llega en forma a la final y Ramos defiende que no se le puede comparar con el delantero del Liverpool.
Cristiano Ronaldo, en otra órbita a Salah y nacido para jugar finales
Zinedine Zidane deja claro que su estrella llega en forma a la final y Ramos defiende que no se le puede comparar con el delantero del Liverpool.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes discusses his nickname, which teammate called him that and where the nickname originated.
Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes explains the origin of his nickname 'Pattycakes'
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes discusses his nickname, which teammate called him that and where the nickname originated.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes discusses his nickname, which teammate called him that and where the nickname originated.
Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes explains the origin of his nickname 'Pattycakes'
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes discusses his nickname, which teammate called him that and where the nickname originated.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes discusses his nickname, which teammate called him that and where the nickname originated.
Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes explains the origin of his nickname 'Pattycakes'
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes discusses his nickname, which teammate called him that and where the nickname originated.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes discusses his nickname, which teammate called him that and where the nickname originated.
Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes explains the origin of his nickname 'Pattycakes'
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes discusses his nickname, which teammate called him that and where the nickname originated.
<p>Loudoun County town is rocking the red in a big way, changing the town&#39;s name ahead of the Stanley Cup Final.</p>
Small Virginia town changes name to Capitalsville ahead of Stanley Cup Final

Loudoun County town is rocking the red in a big way, changing the town's name ahead of the Stanley Cup Final.

General view of the Monaco harbour May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
Formula One F1 - Monaco Grand Prix
General view of the Monaco harbour May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
Ferrari&#39;s Sebastian Vettel during practice at the Monaco Grand Prix, May 24, 2018. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier - RC1CBE35E3C0
Formula One F1 - Monaco Grand Prix
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel during practice at the Monaco Grand Prix, May 24, 2018. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier - RC1CBE35E3C0
<p>The Capitals are preparing to play for their first Stanley Cup Final which leaves major business decisions like a contract extension for Barry Trotz on hold.</p>
Trotz's future in Washington remains unsettled on eve Stanley Cup Final

The Capitals are preparing to play for their first Stanley Cup Final which leaves major business decisions like a contract extension for Barry Trotz on hold.

FILE PHOTO: The owner of Traffic Group, Jose Hawilla attends a meeting in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in this September 30, 2009 file photo. REUTERS/Gazeta Press/Fernando Pilatos
File photo of the owner of Traffic Group, Jose Hawilla attends a meeting in Sao Paulo
FILE PHOTO: The owner of Traffic Group, Jose Hawilla attends a meeting in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in this September 30, 2009 file photo. REUTERS/Gazeta Press/Fernando Pilatos
FILE PHOTO: The owner of Traffic Group, Jose Hawilla attends a meeting in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in this September 30, 2009 file photo. REUTERS/Gazeta Press/Fernando Pilatos
File photo of the owner of Traffic Group, Jose Hawilla attends a meeting in Sao Paulo
FILE PHOTO: The owner of Traffic Group, Jose Hawilla attends a meeting in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in this September 30, 2009 file photo. REUTERS/Gazeta Press/Fernando Pilatos
Jurgen Kloppp has praised Mohamed Salah&#39;s season, but insists he needs more years of consistency to be compared to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo
Salah needs consistency to be like Messi and Ronaldo - Klopp
Jurgen Kloppp has praised Mohamed Salah's season, but insists he needs more years of consistency to be compared to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo
Jurgen Kloppp has praised Mohamed Salah&#39;s season, but insists he needs more years of consistency to be compared to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo
Salah needs consistency to be like Messi and Ronaldo - Klopp
Jurgen Kloppp has praised Mohamed Salah's season, but insists he needs more years of consistency to be compared to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo
Jurgen Kloppp has praised Mohamed Salah&#39;s season, but insists he needs more years of consistency to be compared to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo
Salah needs consistency to be like Messi and Ronaldo - Klopp
Jurgen Kloppp has praised Mohamed Salah's season, but insists he needs more years of consistency to be compared to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo
Hanley Ramirez’s time with the Boston Red Sox has come to a sudden and unexpected end. The club announced on Friday that the 34-year-old Ramirez will be designated for assignment to make room for Dustin Pedroia.
Hanley Ramirez surprisingly designated for assignment by Red Sox
Hanley Ramirez’s time with the Boston Red Sox has come to a sudden and unexpected end. The club announced on Friday that the 34-year-old Ramirez will be designated for assignment to make room for Dustin Pedroia.
Hanley Ramirez’s time with the Boston Red Sox has come to a sudden and unexpected end. The club announced on Friday that the 34-year-old Ramirez will be designated for assignment to make room for Dustin Pedroia.
Hanley Ramirez surprisingly designated for assignment by Red Sox
Hanley Ramirez’s time with the Boston Red Sox has come to a sudden and unexpected end. The club announced on Friday that the 34-year-old Ramirez will be designated for assignment to make room for Dustin Pedroia.
The Brazilian defender has backed Belgium to challenge for their first ever World Cup title.
Luiz tips Belgium for World Cup success
The Brazilian defender has backed Belgium to challenge for their first ever World Cup title.
The Brazilian defender has backed Belgium to challenge for their first ever World Cup title.
Luiz tips Belgium for World Cup success
The Brazilian defender has backed Belgium to challenge for their first ever World Cup title.
The Brazilian defender has backed Belgium to challenge for their first ever World Cup title.
Luiz tips Belgium for World Cup success
The Brazilian defender has backed Belgium to challenge for their first ever World Cup title.
See for yourself if Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid slipped in a "Dazed and Confused" reference during his press conference.
Did Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid drop a 'Dazed and Confused' reference during his press conference?
See for yourself if Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid slipped in a "Dazed and Confused" reference during his press conference.
See for yourself if Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid slipped in a &quot;Dazed and Confused&quot; reference during his press conference.
Did Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid drop a 'Dazed and Confused' reference during his press conference?
See for yourself if Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid slipped in a "Dazed and Confused" reference during his press conference.
See for yourself if Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid slipped in a &quot;Dazed and Confused&quot; reference during his press conference.
Did Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid drop a 'Dazed and Confused' reference during his press conference?
See for yourself if Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid slipped in a "Dazed and Confused" reference during his press conference.
See for yourself if Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid slipped in a &quot;Dazed and Confused&quot; reference during his press conference.
Did Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid drop a 'Dazed and Confused' reference during his press conference?
See for yourself if Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid slipped in a "Dazed and Confused" reference during his press conference.
Britain&#39;s Chris Froome celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win the the 19th stage of the Giro d&#39;Italia cycling race, from Venaria Reale to Bardonecchia, in Bardonecchia, Italy, Friday, May 25, 2018. (Daniel dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
Froome pulls off audacious attack to take Giro lead
Britain's Chris Froome celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win the the 19th stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race, from Venaria Reale to Bardonecchia, in Bardonecchia, Italy, Friday, May 25, 2018. (Daniel dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
Britain&#39;s Chris Froome, the new overall leader of the race, wears the pink jersey on podium after winning the the 19th stage of the Giro d&#39;Italia cycling race, from Venaria Reale to Bardonecchia, in Bardonecchia, Italy, Friday, May 25, 2018. (Daniel dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
Froome pulls off audacious attack to take Giro lead
Britain's Chris Froome, the new overall leader of the race, wears the pink jersey on podium after winning the the 19th stage of the Giro d'Italia cycling race, from Venaria Reale to Bardonecchia, in Bardonecchia, Italy, Friday, May 25, 2018. (Daniel dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP)
Houston Chronicle NFL writer John McClain calls into the &quot;Rich Eisen Show&quot; and talks about the rehab of Texans QB Deshaun Watson.
John McClain: Deshaun Watson will be 100 percent by the start of training camp
Houston Chronicle NFL writer John McClain calls into the "Rich Eisen Show" and talks about the rehab of Texans QB Deshaun Watson.
Houston Chronicle NFL writer John McClain calls into the &quot;Rich Eisen Show&quot; and talks about the rehab of Texans QB Deshaun Watson.
John McClain: Deshaun Watson will be 100 percent by the start of training camp
Houston Chronicle NFL writer John McClain calls into the "Rich Eisen Show" and talks about the rehab of Texans QB Deshaun Watson.
Houston Chronicle NFL writer John McClain calls into the "Rich Eisen Show" and talks about the rehab of Texans QB Deshaun Watson.
John McClain: Deshaun Watson will be 100 percent by the start of training camp
Houston Chronicle NFL writer John McClain calls into the "Rich Eisen Show" and talks about the rehab of Texans QB Deshaun Watson.
Houston Chronicle NFL writer John McClain calls into the &quot;Rich Eisen Show&quot; and talks about the rehab of Texans QB Deshaun Watson.
John McClain: Deshaun Watson will be 100 percent by the start of training camp
Houston Chronicle NFL writer John McClain calls into the "Rich Eisen Show" and talks about the rehab of Texans QB Deshaun Watson.
Get deep into the mindset of drivers, team owners and others involved in IndyCar. Watch the trailer for the new upcoming Universal movie, &quot;Born Racer.&quot;
Scott Dixon, Chip Ganasssi featured in upcoming IndyCar movie, ‘Born Racer’
Get deep into the mindset of drivers, team owners and others involved in IndyCar. Watch the trailer for the new upcoming Universal movie, "Born Racer."
Ramirez is suffering through his worst year as a big leaguer
The Red Sox designate Hanley Ramirez for assignment
Ramirez is suffering through his worst year as a big leaguer
Ramirez is suffering through his worst year as a big leaguer
The Red Sox designate Hanley Ramirez for assignment
Ramirez is suffering through his worst year as a big leaguer
Down on the Farm: Ray Black and his 100-mph heater are back
Jugadores del Real Madrid durante un entrenamiento en Kiev, el 25 de mayo de 2018. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
Karenbeu: El Real Madrid está "hecho para ganar" la Liga de Campeones
Jugadores del Real Madrid durante un entrenamiento en Kiev, el 25 de mayo de 2018. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
Everything you need to know ahead of the UCL final in Kiev on Saturday.
UCL final preview: Real Madrid v. Liverpool
Everything you need to know ahead of the UCL final in Kiev on Saturday.
Everything you need to know ahead of the UCL final in Kiev on Saturday.
UCL final preview: Real Madrid v. Liverpool
Everything you need to know ahead of the UCL final in Kiev on Saturday.
Tennis - WTA Premier 5 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 16, 2018 Slovakia&#39;s Dominika Cibulkova in action during her second round match against Russia&#39;s Maria Sharapova REUTERS/Tony Gentile
WTA Premier 5 - Italian Open
Tennis - WTA Premier 5 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 16, 2018 Slovakia's Dominika Cibulkova in action during her second round match against Russia's Maria Sharapova REUTERS/Tony Gentile
Tennis - WTA Premier 5 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 16, 2018 Slovakia&#39;s Dominika Cibulkova in action during her second round match against Russia&#39;s Maria Sharapova REUTERS/Tony Gentile
WTA Premier 5 - Italian Open
Tennis - WTA Premier 5 - Italian Open - Foro Italico, Rome, Italy - May 16, 2018 Slovakia's Dominika Cibulkova in action during her second round match against Russia's Maria Sharapova REUTERS/Tony Gentile
Canadian Zachary Claman De Melo is shown, the number 13 tattoed behind his ear, during media day for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Thursday, May 24, 2018. De Melo isn&#39;t apprehensive about qualifying 13th for this weekend&#39;s Indianapolis 500. After all, 13 has been a meaningful number for the 20-year-old Montreal native, who&#39;ll be making his Indy 500 debut Sunday. His late grandmother was released from a Nazi concentration camp on a Friday the 13th and the camp tattoo numbers on her arm all added up to 13. (AP Photo/Mark Long)
Lucky 13? Indy 500 starting spot means everything to rookie
Canadian Zachary Claman De Melo is shown, the number 13 tattoed behind his ear, during media day for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Thursday, May 24, 2018. De Melo isn't apprehensive about qualifying 13th for this weekend's Indianapolis 500. After all, 13 has been a meaningful number for the 20-year-old Montreal native, who'll be making his Indy 500 debut Sunday. His late grandmother was released from a Nazi concentration camp on a Friday the 13th and the camp tattoo numbers on her arm all added up to 13. (AP Photo/Mark Long)
FILE - In this May 20, 2018, file photo, Zachary Claman De Melo, of Canada, smiles after he qualified for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in Indianapolis. De Melo has the number tattooed behind his right ear. He considers 13 his lucky number because his late grandmother was freed from a Holocaust camp on Friday the 13th. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
Lucky 13? Indy 500 starting spot means everything to rookie
FILE - In this May 20, 2018, file photo, Zachary Claman De Melo, of Canada, smiles after he qualified for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in Indianapolis. De Melo has the number tattooed behind his right ear. He considers 13 his lucky number because his late grandmother was freed from a Holocaust camp on Friday the 13th. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
For the second year running, Petra Kvitova was the talk of Roland Garros in the build-up to the French Open. Last year, the subject was her unexpected return to tennis; now it’s the arrest of the suspected burglar who assaulted her in her own apartment 18 months ago. Speaking in the interview room on Friday, Kvitova said that it was “great news” to hear that the Czech police had finally apprehended a suspect. For her, though, the chapter won’t be closed until the case has been heard and her assailant convicted. “Of course great news for me to hear that,” said Kvitova. “It&#39;s great that they have him in custody. But probably the most, the happiest I will be is when the story will end, when everything will be done and finished. “It was a little bit of a wait for me. When that happened I wasn&#39;t really wishing anything more than just they catch him. Then, when I was focusing on the rehab, I have been telling myself that I can&#39;t really do anything. It&#39;s the police and they do what they have to do. And in the end, hopefully they did great job.” Asked whether the arrest might help to reduce her post-traumatic anxiety, Kvitova replied “Well, it&#39;s just from yesterday, right? I don&#39;t know. Of course I will always feel a little bit weird when I am somewhere in public probably alone, but on the other hand this should be a little bit better. But I don&#39;t really feel that, the relief, because it&#39;s not the end. So I&#39;m still same as I was before.” Kvitova’s first-round win over Julia Boserup here 12 months ago was one of the most heartwarming stories of the season. It came only six months after she had suffered deep cuts to all five fingers of her racket hand. The intruder, who claimed to be reading a meter, drew a knife on her, and the surgeon who operated on her that same day assessed her chances of returning to the tour as “very low”. But Kvitova has confounded such expectations by scrapping back to No. 8 in the world rankings. She has already won four WTA titles in 2018, including the last two she played on the clay courts of Madrid and Prague. For a woman with two Wimbledon titles, and a sliding lefty serve which is at its most effective on grass, she is showing impressive versatility. Typically, though, the understated Kvitova was playing down her own prospects here on Friday. “I think there is probably bigger favorites of the Roland Garros than me,” she said. Rebooted Rafael Nadal remains master of clay Meanwhile the surprise run of Cameron Norrie at the ATP 250 event in Lyon came to an end on Friday in the semi-finals, as Norrie lost 6-1, 7-6 to the experienced Frenchman Gilles Simon. Nevertheless, Norrie’s three wins this week – which included a superb 7-6, 6-4 elimination of world No. 10 John Isner – have already carried him up 17 places to No. 85 on the rankings ladder. At the next level down, there was also good news for James Ward – a British Davis Cup stalwart now making his comeback from knee surgery – who pushed into the semi-finals of the Loughborough Challenger when Teymuraz Gabashvili retired from their match at 7-5, 5-4 down. And the Tennis Integrity Unit on Friday charged Federico Coria, the 26-year-old brother of former French Open runner-up Guillermo Coria, with failing to report two occasions in 2015 when he was offered money to lose sets or entire matches. Guillermo responded with a statement that suggested his brother had been faced with threats at the time, and thus broke the TIU code through concern over his own safety and that of his family.
Petra Kvitova: 'I will always feel a little bit weird when I am somewhere in public alone'
For the second year running, Petra Kvitova was the talk of Roland Garros in the build-up to the French Open. Last year, the subject was her unexpected return to tennis; now it’s the arrest of the suspected burglar who assaulted her in her own apartment 18 months ago. Speaking in the interview room on Friday, Kvitova said that it was “great news” to hear that the Czech police had finally apprehended a suspect. For her, though, the chapter won’t be closed until the case has been heard and her assailant convicted. “Of course great news for me to hear that,” said Kvitova. “It's great that they have him in custody. But probably the most, the happiest I will be is when the story will end, when everything will be done and finished. “It was a little bit of a wait for me. When that happened I wasn't really wishing anything more than just they catch him. Then, when I was focusing on the rehab, I have been telling myself that I can't really do anything. It's the police and they do what they have to do. And in the end, hopefully they did great job.” Asked whether the arrest might help to reduce her post-traumatic anxiety, Kvitova replied “Well, it's just from yesterday, right? I don't know. Of course I will always feel a little bit weird when I am somewhere in public probably alone, but on the other hand this should be a little bit better. But I don't really feel that, the relief, because it's not the end. So I'm still same as I was before.” Kvitova’s first-round win over Julia Boserup here 12 months ago was one of the most heartwarming stories of the season. It came only six months after she had suffered deep cuts to all five fingers of her racket hand. The intruder, who claimed to be reading a meter, drew a knife on her, and the surgeon who operated on her that same day assessed her chances of returning to the tour as “very low”. But Kvitova has confounded such expectations by scrapping back to No. 8 in the world rankings. She has already won four WTA titles in 2018, including the last two she played on the clay courts of Madrid and Prague. For a woman with two Wimbledon titles, and a sliding lefty serve which is at its most effective on grass, she is showing impressive versatility. Typically, though, the understated Kvitova was playing down her own prospects here on Friday. “I think there is probably bigger favorites of the Roland Garros than me,” she said. Rebooted Rafael Nadal remains master of clay Meanwhile the surprise run of Cameron Norrie at the ATP 250 event in Lyon came to an end on Friday in the semi-finals, as Norrie lost 6-1, 7-6 to the experienced Frenchman Gilles Simon. Nevertheless, Norrie’s three wins this week – which included a superb 7-6, 6-4 elimination of world No. 10 John Isner – have already carried him up 17 places to No. 85 on the rankings ladder. At the next level down, there was also good news for James Ward – a British Davis Cup stalwart now making his comeback from knee surgery – who pushed into the semi-finals of the Loughborough Challenger when Teymuraz Gabashvili retired from their match at 7-5, 5-4 down. And the Tennis Integrity Unit on Friday charged Federico Coria, the 26-year-old brother of former French Open runner-up Guillermo Coria, with failing to report two occasions in 2015 when he was offered money to lose sets or entire matches. Guillermo responded with a statement that suggested his brother had been faced with threats at the time, and thus broke the TIU code through concern over his own safety and that of his family.
New York Jets defensive tackle Nathan Shepherd tells stories from when he worked as a bouncer for a club in Vancouver.
Don't mess with Shep! New York Jets DT Nathan Shepherd explains his old job as a bouncer
New York Jets defensive tackle Nathan Shepherd tells stories from when he worked as a bouncer for a club in Vancouver.
New York Jets defensive tackle Nathan Shepherd tells stories from when he worked as a bouncer for a club in Vancouver.
Don't mess with Shep! New York Jets DT Nathan Shepherd explains his old job as a bouncer
New York Jets defensive tackle Nathan Shepherd tells stories from when he worked as a bouncer for a club in Vancouver.
New York Jets defensive tackle Nathan Shepherd tells stories from when he worked as a bouncer for a club in Vancouver.
Don't mess with Shep! New York Jets DT Nathan Shepherd explains his old job as a bouncer
New York Jets defensive tackle Nathan Shepherd tells stories from when he worked as a bouncer for a club in Vancouver.
Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul will miss Game 6 of the Western Conference finals with a right hamstring strain, the team announced.
Rockets' Chris Paul Ruled Out For Game Six Against Warriors
Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul will miss Game 6 of the Western Conference finals with a right hamstring strain, the team announced.
New York Jets defensive tackle Nathan Shepherd tells stories from when he worked as a bouncer for a club in Vancouver.
Don't mess with Shep! New York Jets DT Nathan Shepherd explains his old job as a bouncer
New York Jets defensive tackle Nathan Shepherd tells stories from when he worked as a bouncer for a club in Vancouver.
On CBS Sports HQ, senior NFL writer Will Brinson joins Casey Keirnan to break down whether Mitchell Trubisky can find success in the Bears&#39; offense.
Trubisky playing in new system in year 2
On CBS Sports HQ, senior NFL writer Will Brinson joins Casey Keirnan to break down whether Mitchell Trubisky can find success in the Bears' offense.
On CBS Sports HQ, senior NFL writer Will Brinson joins Casey Keirnan to break down whether Mitchell Trubisky can find success in the Bears' offense.
Trubisky playing in new system in year 2
On CBS Sports HQ, senior NFL writer Will Brinson joins Casey Keirnan to break down whether Mitchell Trubisky can find success in the Bears' offense.
On CBS Sports HQ, senior NFL writer Will Brinson joins Casey Keirnan to break down whether Mitchell Trubisky can find success in the Bears&#39; offense.
Trubisky playing in new system in year 2
On CBS Sports HQ, senior NFL writer Will Brinson joins Casey Keirnan to break down whether Mitchell Trubisky can find success in the Bears' offense.

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