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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.
After 64 bids, the car is currently priced at $71,000.
Bag This 49-Mile Buick Grand National While You Still Can
After 64 bids, the car is currently priced at $71,000.
After 64 bids, the car is currently priced at $71,000.
Bag This 49-Mile Buick Grand National While You Still Can
After 64 bids, the car is currently priced at $71,000.
After 64 bids, the car is currently priced at $71,000.
Bag This 49-Mile Buick Grand National While You Still Can
After 64 bids, the car is currently priced at $71,000.
Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Zack Godley throws during the first inning of a baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Wednesday, May 23, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
LEADING OFF: Pedroia rejoins Red Sox, Diamondback doldrums
Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Zack Godley throws during the first inning of a baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Wednesday, May 23, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
Tampa Bay Rays catcher Jesus Sucre, left, talks with closer Alex Colome on the mound after the Boston Red Sox scored the go-ahead run during the ninth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, May 23, 2018, in St. Petersburg, Fla. (AP Photo/Steve Nesius)
LEADING OFF: Pedroia rejoins Red Sox, Diamondback doldrums
Tampa Bay Rays catcher Jesus Sucre, left, talks with closer Alex Colome on the mound after the Boston Red Sox scored the go-ahead run during the ninth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, May 23, 2018, in St. Petersburg, Fla. (AP Photo/Steve Nesius)
Pittsburgh Pirates' Austin Meadows hits a single off Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Luis Castillo in the second inning of a baseball game, Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
LEADING OFF: Pedroia rejoins Red Sox, Diamondback doldrums
Pittsburgh Pirates' Austin Meadows hits a single off Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Luis Castillo in the second inning of a baseball game, Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
Danica Patrick prepares to drive during a practice session for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in Indianapolis Monday, May 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
Danica Patrick eases into final race of her career
Danica Patrick prepares to drive during a practice session for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in Indianapolis Monday, May 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin talks to reporters following NFL football practice, Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Renton, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
NFL players, coaches grapple with new anthem policy
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin talks to reporters following NFL football practice, Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Renton, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
Danica Patrick waits during qualifications for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Saturday, May 19, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Danica Patrick eases into final race of her career
Danica Patrick waits during qualifications for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Saturday, May 19, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Danica Patrick waits to qualify for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Danica Patrick eases into final race of her career
Danica Patrick waits to qualify for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Danica Patrick walks down pit lane during qualifications for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in Indianapolis Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Danica Patrick eases into final race of her career
Danica Patrick walks down pit lane during qualifications for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in Indianapolis Sunday, May 20, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin talks to reporters following NFL football practice, Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Renton, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
NFL players, coaches grapple with new anthem policy
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin talks to reporters following NFL football practice, Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Renton, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin, right, talks with head coach Pete Carroll, left, following NFL football practice, Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Renton, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
NFL players, coaches grapple with new anthem policy
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin, right, talks with head coach Pete Carroll, left, following NFL football practice, Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Renton, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
Danica Patrick speaks during a media availability for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in Indianapolis Thursday, May 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Danica Patrick eases into final race of her career
Danica Patrick speaks during a media availability for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in Indianapolis Thursday, May 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Danica Patrick speaks during a media availability for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in Indianapolis Thursday, May 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Danica Patrick eases into final race of her career
Danica Patrick speaks during a media availability for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in Indianapolis Thursday, May 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Danica Patrick talks with the Sebastien Bourdais' crew during qualifications for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Saturday, May 19, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Danica Patrick eases into final race of her career
Danica Patrick talks with the Sebastien Bourdais' crew during qualifications for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Saturday, May 19, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson talks to reporters following NFL football practice, Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Renton, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
NFL players, coaches grapple with new anthem policy
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson talks to reporters following NFL football practice, Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Renton, Wash. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
Sage Karam speaks during a media availability for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Thursday, May 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Brother's memory keeps Stefan Wilson racing for a cause
Sage Karam speaks during a media availability for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Thursday, May 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
FILE - In this Monday, May 21, 2018, file photo, Stefan Wilson, of England, waits in the pits before a practice session for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis. Nearly three years after his brother Justin Wilson died at age 37 from injuries sustained when debris from another car hit him in the head at Pocono Raceway, Wilson feels his presence everywhere he turns at Indianapolis Motor Speedway these days. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings File)
Brother's memory keeps Stefan Wilson racing for a cause
FILE - In this Monday, May 21, 2018, file photo, Stefan Wilson, of England, waits in the pits before a practice session for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis. Nearly three years after his brother Justin Wilson died at age 37 from injuries sustained when debris from another car hit him in the head at Pocono Raceway, Wilson feels his presence everywhere he turns at Indianapolis Motor Speedway these days. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings File)
Free to wear whatever headwear he wants on Tour, Kevin Na took the early Colonial lead while wearing a simple white visor with a picture of a goat.
Goat visor propels Na to Colonial lead
Free to wear whatever headwear he wants on Tour, Kevin Na took the early Colonial lead while wearing a simple white visor with a picture of a goat.
The right back is set to go for a military progression course starting June, and will be off the roster for the next five months
Ulinzi Stars defender Brian Birgen to miss rest of the season
The right back is set to go for a military progression course starting June, and will be off the roster for the next five months
FILE - In this May 19, 2018, file photo, Tony Kanaan, right, of Brazil, talks with car owner AJ Foyt after Kanaan qualified for the Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis. Hes been coming to Indianapolis every May since 1958 and every year, crowds gather around the first garage stall in Gasoline Alley waiting to have an old photograph signed by their racing hero or merely to catch a glimpse of the former racing star. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy, File)
Tony Kanaan heads to AJ Foyt Racing for another Indy shot
FILE - In this May 19, 2018, file photo, Tony Kanaan, right, of Brazil, talks with car owner AJ Foyt after Kanaan qualified for the Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis. Hes been coming to Indianapolis every May since 1958 and every year, crowds gather around the first garage stall in Gasoline Alley waiting to have an old photograph signed by their racing hero or merely to catch a glimpse of the former racing star. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy, File)
Tony Kanaan, of Brazil, speaks during a media availability for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Thursday, May 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Tony Kanaan heads to AJ Foyt Racing for another Indy shot
Tony Kanaan, of Brazil, speaks during a media availability for the IndyCar Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Thursday, May 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Check out the best moments from the Rockets dramatic victory over the Warriors in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
Warriors-Rockets Game 5 Ultimate Playoffs Highlight
Check out the best moments from the Rockets dramatic victory over the Warriors in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
FILE PHOTO: Tennis - French Open - Roland Garros - Paris, France - 23/05/16. Roland Gorros logo. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier Picture Supplied by Action Images
Tennis - French Open - Roland Garros - Roland Gorros logo
FILE PHOTO: Tennis - French Open - Roland Garros - Paris, France - 23/05/16. Roland Gorros logo. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier Picture Supplied by Action Images
FILE PHOTO: Tennis - French Open - Roland Garros - Paris, France - 23/05/16. Roland Gorros logo. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier Picture Supplied by Action Images
Tennis - French Open - Roland Garros - Roland Gorros logo
FILE PHOTO: Tennis - French Open - Roland Garros - Paris, France - 23/05/16. Roland Gorros logo. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier Picture Supplied by Action Images
The Houston Rockets were lead by Chris Paul in the second half of Game 5 as he scored 18 of his 20 points on the way to a crucial win over the Golden State Warriors.
Turning Point: Chris Paul Shines in the Third Quarter
The Houston Rockets were lead by Chris Paul in the second half of Game 5 as he scored 18 of his 20 points on the way to a crucial win over the Golden State Warriors.
FILE - In this Sunday, May 13, 2018, file photo, Milwaukee Brewers' Jesus Aguilar almost loses his batting helmet while swinging at a pitch from Colorado Rockies relief pitcher Brooks Pounders in the eighth inning of a baseball game in Denver. Baseball is trying to resist, but it is being pulled into an era run by information overload and an all-or-nothing attitude. Today, hitters are concerned about launch angle, swing speed and exit velocity, according to Mike Schmidt. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File)
Column: Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt says it's all or nothing
FILE - In this Sunday, May 13, 2018, file photo, Milwaukee Brewers' Jesus Aguilar almost loses his batting helmet while swinging at a pitch from Colorado Rockies relief pitcher Brooks Pounders in the eighth inning of a baseball game in Denver. Baseball is trying to resist, but it is being pulled into an era run by information overload and an all-or-nothing attitude. Today, hitters are concerned about launch angle, swing speed and exit velocity, according to Mike Schmidt. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File)
FILE- In this June 5, 2016, file photo, former Philadelphia Phillies third baseman Mike Schmidt smiles prior to a baseball game between the Phillies and the Milwaukee Brewers in Philadelphia. Baseball is trying to resist, but it is being pulled into an era run by information overload and an all-or-nothing attitude. Today, hitters are concerned about launch angle, swing speed and exit velocity, according to Mike Schmidt. ( (AP Photo/Derik Hamilton, File)
Column: Hall of Famer Mike Schmidt says it's all or nothing
FILE- In this June 5, 2016, file photo, former Philadelphia Phillies third baseman Mike Schmidt smiles prior to a baseball game between the Phillies and the Milwaukee Brewers in Philadelphia. Baseball is trying to resist, but it is being pulled into an era run by information overload and an all-or-nothing attitude. Today, hitters are concerned about launch angle, swing speed and exit velocity, according to Mike Schmidt. ( (AP Photo/Derik Hamilton, File)
Jeff Golden alleges Marc Dull’s caddie was “inebriated” before he allegedly sucker-punched Golden in the face at the Florida Mid-Am.
Golden: Dull rude, caddie 'inebriated' at Florida Mid-Am
Jeff Golden alleges Marc Dull’s caddie was “inebriated” before he allegedly sucker-punched Golden in the face at the Florida Mid-Am.
CP3 was instrumental in Houston's Game 5 win, but not having him for Game 6 would be a huge loss.
Chris Paul injures right hamstring, status unclear for Game 6 vs. Warriors
CP3 was instrumental in Houston's Game 5 win, but not having him for Game 6 would be a huge loss.
CP3 was instrumental in Houston's Game 5 win, but not having him for Game 6 would be a huge loss.
Chris Paul injures right hamstring, status unclear for Game 6 vs. Warriors
CP3 was instrumental in Houston's Game 5 win, but not having him for Game 6 would be a huge loss.
Going on sale this fall to replace the E400 models.
2019 Mercedes E450 Models Announced For U.S. With More Power
Going on sale this fall to replace the E400 models.
Going on sale this fall to replace the E400 models.
2019 Mercedes E450 Models Announced For U.S. With More Power
Going on sale this fall to replace the E400 models.
Alistair Mackintosh, Fulham’s chief executive, was speaking at a supporters’ meeting this week when he recalled an evening game, earlier in the season, in which Ryan Sessegnon had been selected by doping control to provide a sample after the match had finished. This can be a lengthy process, and by the time the 17-year-old had returned to the changing room, the entire team – including the kit man – had left for the night. So, Mackintosh said, the boy wonder of English football simply stuffed his muddy kit into his bag, fired up the washing machine at home and then returned it, fully ironed, the following day. It may not seem the most revelatory tale, but it does add further weight to a belief held within the club that it is Sessegnon’s impeccable attitude, as much as anything, that has allowed him to become one of the nation’s most exciting prospects. Ask Tom Cairney, for example, what makes Sessegnon so special, and there is an immediate reply. “It’s his mentality,” the Fulham captain says. “It’s a one-off.” Tim Ream, the Fulham centre-back, likens Sessegnon to a “35-year-old veteran”, while Slavisa Jokanovic, his manager, makes a deliberate effort to describe him as a “man” rather than a boy. Technically, Sessegnon has only just become a man. He turned 18 last week, four days after starring in the 2-0 victory over Derby County that sent Fulham to the Championship play-off final. Ryan (left) plays alongside his twin brother Steven (right) at Fulham Credit: PA Saturday’s meeting with Aston Villa will be his first game as an adult, yet he has played more matches and scored more goals this season than any of his Fulham team-mates. “He’s our top goalscorer,” as Cairney puts it, “and he’s just done his GCSEs.” Sessegnon has been liberated by a move to the left wing this season, and has played with such freedom that it has at times looked as if he was back in the cage in Roehampton, south-west London, where his footballing story begins. “We used to play from morning until night,” he told The Daily Telegraph this year. “There were times where you couldn’t even see the street lights, so you had to picture who was on your team.” Fulham were the local team and Sessegnon, with his twin brother Steven, was signed in 2008, shortly after his eighth birthday. Football is in the Sessegnon blood: of four brothers, three are footballers. The son of the oldest brother, meanwhile, has recently joined Fulham’s academy. A distant cousin is Stephane Sessegnon, the former Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion forward. As they began to progress through Fulham’s ranks, Ryan and Steven soon joined Coombe Boys’ School in New Malden, where an agreement with the club allows academy players some additional time for training. Ryan Sessegnon exclusive interview Ryan, whom Ream describes as “the quietest kid I have ever met”, was the more introverted twin at school, but was always diligent. “Ryan was quiet,” says Gary Rogers, the deputy headteacher at the school, where a picture of Sessegnon hangs at the main reception. “He always did his homework and he was down to earth. He had his head screwed on.” Naturally, the twins starred for the school team, winning the PlayStation Schools’ Cup in 2015, when Ryan scored twice in the final. Less than a year later, before he had turned 16, he was training with Fulham’s senior squad. He made his debut in August 2016, at the start of a season in which he still took the bus home from matches, and within a few weeks had become the first player born in the 2000s to score in the Championship. The hope in the Sessegnon household was that Ryan and Steven would break into the first team together, but Steven’s development was hampered by a knee injury that eventually required two operations. How Sessegnon compares in the Championship this year Steven, a more flamboyant player than Ryan, is now beginning to tread his own path, though, and was part of the England Under-17 side which won the World Cup last year, a few months after Ryan had won the European Championships with England Under-19s. As can be seen by his social media feed, Steven is endlessly supportive of his twin, and the pair live at home together, with their mother, Brigitte. Ryan has yet to pass his driving test, but the family home is close enough for them to walk to the training ground. Steven made his Fulham debut earlier this season, but is unlikely to feature this weekend in a match that has been dubbed “the richest game in football”. Brigitte, who prefers to watch games from home, will not be at Wembley either but there will no doubt be a feeling within the family that promotion would be a fitting reward for Ryan, who already appears well prepared for the rigours of top-flight football. How Sessegnon has improved since his debut season Tottenham Hotspur made an offer last year, while Manchester United are interested. Sessegnon was recently named the Championship Player of the Season and is one of only five players to appear in all 48 League games this season, including play-offs. He is strong, he is fast and, with 16 goals in this campaign, he is clinical. Comparisons have been made with Gareth Bale, another who started as a left-back, but Sessegnon is a different type of player. He relies more on his reading of the game than an ability to burst past players and smash the ball into the top corner, and it is noteworthy that so many of his goals are a result of positioning rather than technique. “I would call him a proper player,” Cairney says. “He’s effective.” The question is how effective he will be in the top division, which is where he will almost certainly end up, with or without Fulham. He has insisted that he wants to play in the Premier League with his boyhood club, but there is a clear expectation that this most grounded of youngsters will soon soar to the game’s highest levels.
Ryan Sessegnon: From quiet pupil to English football's teenage marvel
Alistair Mackintosh, Fulham’s chief executive, was speaking at a supporters’ meeting this week when he recalled an evening game, earlier in the season, in which Ryan Sessegnon had been selected by doping control to provide a sample after the match had finished. This can be a lengthy process, and by the time the 17-year-old had returned to the changing room, the entire team – including the kit man – had left for the night. So, Mackintosh said, the boy wonder of English football simply stuffed his muddy kit into his bag, fired up the washing machine at home and then returned it, fully ironed, the following day. It may not seem the most revelatory tale, but it does add further weight to a belief held within the club that it is Sessegnon’s impeccable attitude, as much as anything, that has allowed him to become one of the nation’s most exciting prospects. Ask Tom Cairney, for example, what makes Sessegnon so special, and there is an immediate reply. “It’s his mentality,” the Fulham captain says. “It’s a one-off.” Tim Ream, the Fulham centre-back, likens Sessegnon to a “35-year-old veteran”, while Slavisa Jokanovic, his manager, makes a deliberate effort to describe him as a “man” rather than a boy. Technically, Sessegnon has only just become a man. He turned 18 last week, four days after starring in the 2-0 victory over Derby County that sent Fulham to the Championship play-off final. Ryan (left) plays alongside his twin brother Steven (right) at Fulham Credit: PA Saturday’s meeting with Aston Villa will be his first game as an adult, yet he has played more matches and scored more goals this season than any of his Fulham team-mates. “He’s our top goalscorer,” as Cairney puts it, “and he’s just done his GCSEs.” Sessegnon has been liberated by a move to the left wing this season, and has played with such freedom that it has at times looked as if he was back in the cage in Roehampton, south-west London, where his footballing story begins. “We used to play from morning until night,” he told The Daily Telegraph this year. “There were times where you couldn’t even see the street lights, so you had to picture who was on your team.” Fulham were the local team and Sessegnon, with his twin brother Steven, was signed in 2008, shortly after his eighth birthday. Football is in the Sessegnon blood: of four brothers, three are footballers. The son of the oldest brother, meanwhile, has recently joined Fulham’s academy. A distant cousin is Stephane Sessegnon, the former Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion forward. As they began to progress through Fulham’s ranks, Ryan and Steven soon joined Coombe Boys’ School in New Malden, where an agreement with the club allows academy players some additional time for training. Ryan Sessegnon exclusive interview Ryan, whom Ream describes as “the quietest kid I have ever met”, was the more introverted twin at school, but was always diligent. “Ryan was quiet,” says Gary Rogers, the deputy headteacher at the school, where a picture of Sessegnon hangs at the main reception. “He always did his homework and he was down to earth. He had his head screwed on.” Naturally, the twins starred for the school team, winning the PlayStation Schools’ Cup in 2015, when Ryan scored twice in the final. Less than a year later, before he had turned 16, he was training with Fulham’s senior squad. He made his debut in August 2016, at the start of a season in which he still took the bus home from matches, and within a few weeks had become the first player born in the 2000s to score in the Championship. The hope in the Sessegnon household was that Ryan and Steven would break into the first team together, but Steven’s development was hampered by a knee injury that eventually required two operations. How Sessegnon compares in the Championship this year Steven, a more flamboyant player than Ryan, is now beginning to tread his own path, though, and was part of the England Under-17 side which won the World Cup last year, a few months after Ryan had won the European Championships with England Under-19s. As can be seen by his social media feed, Steven is endlessly supportive of his twin, and the pair live at home together, with their mother, Brigitte. Ryan has yet to pass his driving test, but the family home is close enough for them to walk to the training ground. Steven made his Fulham debut earlier this season, but is unlikely to feature this weekend in a match that has been dubbed “the richest game in football”. Brigitte, who prefers to watch games from home, will not be at Wembley either but there will no doubt be a feeling within the family that promotion would be a fitting reward for Ryan, who already appears well prepared for the rigours of top-flight football. How Sessegnon has improved since his debut season Tottenham Hotspur made an offer last year, while Manchester United are interested. Sessegnon was recently named the Championship Player of the Season and is one of only five players to appear in all 48 League games this season, including play-offs. He is strong, he is fast and, with 16 goals in this campaign, he is clinical. Comparisons have been made with Gareth Bale, another who started as a left-back, but Sessegnon is a different type of player. He relies more on his reading of the game than an ability to burst past players and smash the ball into the top corner, and it is noteworthy that so many of his goals are a result of positioning rather than technique. “I would call him a proper player,” Cairney says. “He’s effective.” The question is how effective he will be in the top division, which is where he will almost certainly end up, with or without Fulham. He has insisted that he wants to play in the Premier League with his boyhood club, but there is a clear expectation that this most grounded of youngsters will soon soar to the game’s highest levels.
Alistair Mackintosh, Fulham’s chief executive, was speaking at a supporters’ meeting this week when he recalled an evening game, earlier in the season, in which Ryan Sessegnon had been selected by doping control to provide a sample after the match had finished. This can be a lengthy process, and by the time the 17-year-old had returned to the changing room, the entire team – including the kit man – had left for the night. So, Mackintosh said, the boy wonder of English football simply stuffed his muddy kit into his bag, fired up the washing machine at home and then returned it, fully ironed, the following day. It may not seem the most revelatory tale, but it does add further weight to a belief held within the club that it is Sessegnon’s impeccable attitude, as much as anything, that has allowed him to become one of the nation’s most exciting prospects. Ask Tom Cairney, for example, what makes Sessegnon so special, and there is an immediate reply. “It’s his mentality,” the Fulham captain says. “It’s a one-off.” Tim Ream, the Fulham centre-back, likens Sessegnon to a “35-year-old veteran”, while Slavisa Jokanovic, his manager, makes a deliberate effort to describe him as a “man” rather than a boy. Technically, Sessegnon has only just become a man. He turned 18 last week, four days after starring in the 2-0 victory over Derby County that sent Fulham to the Championship play-off final. Ryan (left) plays alongside his twin brother Steven (right) at Fulham Credit: PA Saturday’s meeting with Aston Villa will be his first game as an adult, yet he has played more matches and scored more goals this season than any of his Fulham team-mates. “He’s our top goalscorer,” as Cairney puts it, “and he’s just done his GCSEs.” Sessegnon has been liberated by a move to the left wing this season, and has played with such freedom that it has at times looked as if he was back in the cage in Roehampton, south-west London, where his footballing story begins. “We used to play from morning until night,” he told The Daily Telegraph this year. “There were times where you couldn’t even see the street lights, so you had to picture who was on your team.” Fulham were the local team and Sessegnon, with his twin brother Steven, was signed in 2008, shortly after his eighth birthday. Football is in the Sessegnon blood: of four brothers, three are footballers. The son of the oldest brother, meanwhile, has recently joined Fulham’s academy. A distant cousin is Stephane Sessegnon, the former Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion forward. As they began to progress through Fulham’s ranks, Ryan and Steven soon joined Coombe Boys’ School in New Malden, where an agreement with the club allows academy players some additional time for training. Ryan Sessegnon exclusive interview Ryan, whom Ream describes as “the quietest kid I have ever met”, was the more introverted twin at school, but was always diligent. “Ryan was quiet,” says Gary Rogers, the deputy headteacher at the school, where a picture of Sessegnon hangs at the main reception. “He always did his homework and he was down to earth. He had his head screwed on.” Naturally, the twins starred for the school team, winning the PlayStation Schools’ Cup in 2015, when Ryan scored twice in the final. Less than a year later, before he had turned 16, he was training with Fulham’s senior squad. He made his debut in August 2016, at the start of a season in which he still took the bus home from matches, and within a few weeks had become the first player born in the 2000s to score in the Championship. The hope in the Sessegnon household was that Ryan and Steven would break into the first team together, but Steven’s development was hampered by a knee injury that eventually required two operations. How Sessegnon compares in the Championship this year Steven, a more flamboyant player than Ryan, is now beginning to tread his own path, though, and was part of the England Under-17 side which won the World Cup last year, a few months after Ryan had won the European Championships with England Under-19s. As can be seen by his social media feed, Steven is endlessly supportive of his twin, and the pair live at home together, with their mother, Brigitte. Ryan has yet to pass his driving test, but the family home is close enough for them to walk to the training ground. Steven made his Fulham debut earlier this season, but is unlikely to feature this weekend in a match that has been dubbed “the richest game in football”. Brigitte, who prefers to watch games from home, will not be at Wembley either but there will no doubt be a feeling within the family that promotion would be a fitting reward for Ryan, who already appears well prepared for the rigours of top-flight football. How Sessegnon has improved since his debut season Tottenham Hotspur made an offer last year, while Manchester United are interested. Sessegnon was recently named the Championship Player of the Season and is one of only five players to appear in all 48 League games this season, including play-offs. He is strong, he is fast and, with 16 goals in this campaign, he is clinical. Comparisons have been made with Gareth Bale, another who started as a left-back, but Sessegnon is a different type of player. He relies more on his reading of the game than an ability to burst past players and smash the ball into the top corner, and it is noteworthy that so many of his goals are a result of positioning rather than technique. “I would call him a proper player,” Cairney says. “He’s effective.” The question is how effective he will be in the top division, which is where he will almost certainly end up, with or without Fulham. He has insisted that he wants to play in the Premier League with his boyhood club, but there is a clear expectation that this most grounded of youngsters will soon soar to the game’s highest levels.
Ryan Sessegnon: From quiet pupil to English football's teenage marvel
Alistair Mackintosh, Fulham’s chief executive, was speaking at a supporters’ meeting this week when he recalled an evening game, earlier in the season, in which Ryan Sessegnon had been selected by doping control to provide a sample after the match had finished. This can be a lengthy process, and by the time the 17-year-old had returned to the changing room, the entire team – including the kit man – had left for the night. So, Mackintosh said, the boy wonder of English football simply stuffed his muddy kit into his bag, fired up the washing machine at home and then returned it, fully ironed, the following day. It may not seem the most revelatory tale, but it does add further weight to a belief held within the club that it is Sessegnon’s impeccable attitude, as much as anything, that has allowed him to become one of the nation’s most exciting prospects. Ask Tom Cairney, for example, what makes Sessegnon so special, and there is an immediate reply. “It’s his mentality,” the Fulham captain says. “It’s a one-off.” Tim Ream, the Fulham centre-back, likens Sessegnon to a “35-year-old veteran”, while Slavisa Jokanovic, his manager, makes a deliberate effort to describe him as a “man” rather than a boy. Technically, Sessegnon has only just become a man. He turned 18 last week, four days after starring in the 2-0 victory over Derby County that sent Fulham to the Championship play-off final. Ryan (left) plays alongside his twin brother Steven (right) at Fulham Credit: PA Saturday’s meeting with Aston Villa will be his first game as an adult, yet he has played more matches and scored more goals this season than any of his Fulham team-mates. “He’s our top goalscorer,” as Cairney puts it, “and he’s just done his GCSEs.” Sessegnon has been liberated by a move to the left wing this season, and has played with such freedom that it has at times looked as if he was back in the cage in Roehampton, south-west London, where his footballing story begins. “We used to play from morning until night,” he told The Daily Telegraph this year. “There were times where you couldn’t even see the street lights, so you had to picture who was on your team.” Fulham were the local team and Sessegnon, with his twin brother Steven, was signed in 2008, shortly after his eighth birthday. Football is in the Sessegnon blood: of four brothers, three are footballers. The son of the oldest brother, meanwhile, has recently joined Fulham’s academy. A distant cousin is Stephane Sessegnon, the former Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion forward. As they began to progress through Fulham’s ranks, Ryan and Steven soon joined Coombe Boys’ School in New Malden, where an agreement with the club allows academy players some additional time for training. Ryan Sessegnon exclusive interview Ryan, whom Ream describes as “the quietest kid I have ever met”, was the more introverted twin at school, but was always diligent. “Ryan was quiet,” says Gary Rogers, the deputy headteacher at the school, where a picture of Sessegnon hangs at the main reception. “He always did his homework and he was down to earth. He had his head screwed on.” Naturally, the twins starred for the school team, winning the PlayStation Schools’ Cup in 2015, when Ryan scored twice in the final. Less than a year later, before he had turned 16, he was training with Fulham’s senior squad. He made his debut in August 2016, at the start of a season in which he still took the bus home from matches, and within a few weeks had become the first player born in the 2000s to score in the Championship. The hope in the Sessegnon household was that Ryan and Steven would break into the first team together, but Steven’s development was hampered by a knee injury that eventually required two operations. How Sessegnon compares in the Championship this year Steven, a more flamboyant player than Ryan, is now beginning to tread his own path, though, and was part of the England Under-17 side which won the World Cup last year, a few months after Ryan had won the European Championships with England Under-19s. As can be seen by his social media feed, Steven is endlessly supportive of his twin, and the pair live at home together, with their mother, Brigitte. Ryan has yet to pass his driving test, but the family home is close enough for them to walk to the training ground. Steven made his Fulham debut earlier this season, but is unlikely to feature this weekend in a match that has been dubbed “the richest game in football”. Brigitte, who prefers to watch games from home, will not be at Wembley either but there will no doubt be a feeling within the family that promotion would be a fitting reward for Ryan, who already appears well prepared for the rigours of top-flight football. How Sessegnon has improved since his debut season Tottenham Hotspur made an offer last year, while Manchester United are interested. Sessegnon was recently named the Championship Player of the Season and is one of only five players to appear in all 48 League games this season, including play-offs. He is strong, he is fast and, with 16 goals in this campaign, he is clinical. Comparisons have been made with Gareth Bale, another who started as a left-back, but Sessegnon is a different type of player. He relies more on his reading of the game than an ability to burst past players and smash the ball into the top corner, and it is noteworthy that so many of his goals are a result of positioning rather than technique. “I would call him a proper player,” Cairney says. “He’s effective.” The question is how effective he will be in the top division, which is where he will almost certainly end up, with or without Fulham. He has insisted that he wants to play in the Premier League with his boyhood club, but there is a clear expectation that this most grounded of youngsters will soon soar to the game’s highest levels.
FILE - In this Oct. 29, 2017, file photo, Houston Texans players kneel and stand during the singing of the national anthem before an NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks, in Seattle. NFL owners have approved a new policy aimed at addressing the firestorm over national anthem protests, permitting players to stay in the locker room during the "The Star-Spangled Banner" but requiring them to stand if they come to the field. The decision was announced Wednesday, May 23, 2018, by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell during the league's spring meeting in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)
NFL's policy could mean a new playbook on protests this fall
FILE - In this Oct. 29, 2017, file photo, Houston Texans players kneel and stand during the singing of the national anthem before an NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawks, in Seattle. NFL owners have approved a new policy aimed at addressing the firestorm over national anthem protests, permitting players to stay in the locker room during the "The Star-Spangled Banner" but requiring them to stand if they come to the field. The decision was announced Wednesday, May 23, 2018, by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell during the league's spring meeting in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)
FILE - In this Monday, Sept. 12, 2016, file photo, San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid (35) and quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) kneel during the national anthem before an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Rams in Santa Clara, Calif. NFL owners have approved a new policy aimed at addressing the firestorm over national anthem protests, permitting players to stay in the locker room during the "The Star-Spangled Banner" but requiring them to stand if they come to the field. The decision was announced Wednesday, May 23, 2018, by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell during the league's spring meeting in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)
NFL's policy could mean a new playbook on protests this fall
FILE - In this Monday, Sept. 12, 2016, file photo, San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid (35) and quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) kneel during the national anthem before an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Rams in Santa Clara, Calif. NFL owners have approved a new policy aimed at addressing the firestorm over national anthem protests, permitting players to stay in the locker room during the "The Star-Spangled Banner" but requiring them to stand if they come to the field. The decision was announced Wednesday, May 23, 2018, by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell during the league's spring meeting in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)
FILE - In this Oct. 8, 2017, file photo, Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Tanoh Kpassagnon (92) sits on the bench during the national anthem before an NFL football game against the Houston Texans, in Houston. NFL owners have approved a new policy aimed at addressing the firestorm over national anthem protests, permitting players to stay in the locker room during the "The Star-Spangled Banner" but requiring them to stand if they come to the field. The decision was announced Wednesday, May 23, 2018, by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell during the league's spring meeting in Atlanta.(AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File)
NFL's policy could mean a new playbook on protests this fall
FILE - In this Oct. 8, 2017, file photo, Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Tanoh Kpassagnon (92) sits on the bench during the national anthem before an NFL football game against the Houston Texans, in Houston. NFL owners have approved a new policy aimed at addressing the firestorm over national anthem protests, permitting players to stay in the locker room during the "The Star-Spangled Banner" but requiring them to stand if they come to the field. The decision was announced Wednesday, May 23, 2018, by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell during the league's spring meeting in Atlanta.(AP Photo/David J. Phillip, File)
Danielle Kang, Moriya Jutanugarn, Caroline Masson and Amy Olson co-lead the Volvik Championship after opening rounds of 66.
D. Kang, M. Jutanugarn in four-way tie at Volvik
Danielle Kang, Moriya Jutanugarn, Caroline Masson and Amy Olson co-lead the Volvik Championship after opening rounds of 66.
Mike Trout and Alex Bregman both powered their teams to victory while Salvador Perez did everything for the Royals
5/24/18: MLB.com FastCast
Mike Trout and Alex Bregman both powered their teams to victory while Salvador Perez did everything for the Royals
Mike Trout and Alex Bregman both powered their teams to victory while Salvador Perez did everything for the Royals
5/24/18: MLB.com FastCast
Mike Trout and Alex Bregman both powered their teams to victory while Salvador Perez did everything for the Royals
Mike Trout and Alex Bregman both powered their teams to victory while Salvador Perez did everything for the Royals
5/24/18: MLB.com FastCast
Mike Trout and Alex Bregman both powered their teams to victory while Salvador Perez did everything for the Royals
TCU defeated WVU 8-1.
2018 Big 12 Baseball Championship - WVU vs. TCU, Game 8
TCU defeated WVU 8-1.
TCU defeated WVU 8-1.
2018 Big 12 Baseball Championship - WVU vs. TCU, Game 8
TCU defeated WVU 8-1.
TCU defeated WVU 8-1.
2018 Big 12 Baseball Championship - WVU vs. TCU, Game 8
TCU defeated WVU 8-1.
TCU defeated WVU 8-1.
2018 Big 12 Baseball Championship - WVU vs. TCU, Game 8
TCU defeated WVU 8-1.
The centre back is throwing his name in the hat to be the captain of the Malaysia U19 team when the real battle comes around.
Shivan aiming to get captain's armband
The centre back is throwing his name in the hat to be the captain of the Malaysia U19 team when the real battle comes around.
Austin Pinorini and Branson Trube hit home runs as Gonzaga routed Loyola Marymount 13-1 in the WCC Baseball Championship on Thursday.
Gonzaga Routs Loyola Marymount
Austin Pinorini and Branson Trube hit home runs as Gonzaga routed Loyola Marymount 13-1 in the WCC Baseball Championship on Thursday.
Austin Pinorini and Branson Trube hit home runs as Gonzaga routed Loyola Marymount 13-1 in the WCC Baseball Championship on Thursday.
Gonzaga Routs Loyola Marymount
Austin Pinorini and Branson Trube hit home runs as Gonzaga routed Loyola Marymount 13-1 in the WCC Baseball Championship on Thursday.
Austin Pinorini and Branson Trube hit home runs as Gonzaga routed Loyola Marymount 13-1 in the WCC Baseball Championship on Thursday.
Gonzaga Routs Loyola Marymount
Austin Pinorini and Branson Trube hit home runs as Gonzaga routed Loyola Marymount 13-1 in the WCC Baseball Championship on Thursday.
Austin Pinorini and Branson Trube hit home runs as Gonzaga routed Loyola Marymount 13-1 in the WCC Baseball Championship on Thursday.
Gonzaga Routs Loyola Marymount
Austin Pinorini and Branson Trube hit home runs as Gonzaga routed Loyola Marymount 13-1 in the WCC Baseball Championship on Thursday.
Oklahoma defeated and eliminated Texas from the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship.
2018 Big 12 Baseball Championship - Texas vs. Oklahoma, Game 5
Oklahoma defeated and eliminated Texas from the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship.
Oklahoma defeated and eliminated Texas from the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship.
2018 Big 12 Baseball Championship - Texas vs. Oklahoma, Game 5
Oklahoma defeated and eliminated Texas from the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship.
Oklahoma defeated and eliminated Texas from the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship.
2018 Big 12 Baseball Championship - Texas vs. Oklahoma, Game 5
Oklahoma defeated and eliminated Texas from the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship.
Oklahoma defeated and eliminated Texas from the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship.
2018 Big 12 Baseball Championship - Texas vs. Oklahoma, Game 5
Oklahoma defeated and eliminated Texas from the Phillips 66 Big 12 Baseball Championship.
Paul Pogba's France may be among the World Cup favourites, but Denmark coach Age Hareide is unimpressed
'Does Paul Pogba only care about his hair?' - Denmark coach slams France's World Cup star
Paul Pogba's France may be among the World Cup favourites, but Denmark coach Age Hareide is unimpressed
San Diego State defeats San José State 2-1 in the second game of the 2018 Mountain West Baseball Tournament.
GAME 2 HIGHLIGHTS: #2 San Diego State 2, #3 San José State 1
San Diego State defeats San José State 2-1 in the second game of the 2018 Mountain West Baseball Tournament.
San Diego State defeats San José State 2-1 in the second game of the 2018 Mountain West Baseball Tournament.
GAME 2 HIGHLIGHTS: #2 San Diego State 2, #3 San José State 1
San Diego State defeats San José State 2-1 in the second game of the 2018 Mountain West Baseball Tournament.
San Diego State defeats San José State 2-1 in the second game of the 2018 Mountain West Baseball Tournament.
GAME 2 HIGHLIGHTS: #2 San Diego State 2, #3 San José State 1
San Diego State defeats San José State 2-1 in the second game of the 2018 Mountain West Baseball Tournament.
San Diego State defeats San José State 2-1 in the second game of the 2018 Mountain West Baseball Tournament.
GAME 2 HIGHLIGHTS: #2 San Diego State 2, #3 San José State 1
San Diego State defeats San José State 2-1 in the second game of the 2018 Mountain West Baseball Tournament.
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr says he isn't worried and his team is ready for the challenge trailing 3-2 in the Western Conference finals.
Kerr: I'm Not Worried
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr says he isn't worried and his team is ready for the challenge trailing 3-2 in the Western Conference finals.
Only two days have passed since the most recent Malaysia Super League matches were played, and on Friday the campaign continues with the 12th round.
Possible position movements on Malaysia Super League matchday 12
Only two days have passed since the most recent Malaysia Super League matches were played, and on Friday the campaign continues with the 12th round.
Only two days have passed since the most recent Malaysia Super League matches were played, and on Friday the campaign continues with the 12th round.
Possible position movements on Malaysia Super League matchday 12
Only two days have passed since the most recent Malaysia Super League matches were played, and on Friday the campaign continues with the 12th round.
Only two days have passed since the most recent Malaysia Super League matches were played, and on Friday the campaign continues with the 12th round.
Possible position movements on Malaysia Super League matchday 12
Only two days have passed since the most recent Malaysia Super League matches were played, and on Friday the campaign continues with the 12th round.
Nevada club professional Stuart Smith shot a 5-under 66 on Thursday for a share of the first-round lead in the Senior PGA Championship.
Club pro part of 6-way tie atop Sr. PGA
Nevada club professional Stuart Smith shot a 5-under 66 on Thursday for a share of the first-round lead in the Senior PGA Championship.
HOUSTON, TX - MAY 24: James Harden #13 of the Houston Rockets drives against Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors in the first half of Game Five of the Western Conference Finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Toyota Center on May 24, 2018 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
Gordon leads Rockets over Warriors 98-94 to take series lead
HOUSTON, TX - MAY 24: James Harden #13 of the Houston Rockets drives against Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors in the first half of Game Five of the Western Conference Finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Toyota Center on May 24, 2018 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to break down the Warriors' woes in the 4th quarter in Game 4 & 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
Kevin Durant, Warriors go cold in 4th quarter once again
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to break down the Warriors' woes in the 4th quarter in Game 4 & 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to break down the Warriors' woes in the 4th quarter in Game 4 & 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
Kevin Durant, Warriors go cold in 4th quarter once again
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to break down the Warriors' woes in the 4th quarter in Game 4 & 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to break down the Warriors' woes in the 4th quarter in Game 4 & 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
Kevin Durant, Warriors go cold in 4th quarter once again
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to break down the Warriors' woes in the 4th quarter in Game 4 & 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to break down the Warriors' woes in the 4th quarter in Game 4 & 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
Kevin Durant, Warriors go cold in 4th quarter once again
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to break down the Warriors' woes in the 4th quarter in Game 4 & 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to analyze whether or not the injury to Chris Paul late in Game 5 will change the outcome of the series.
How does the Chris Paul injury affect the rest of the WCF?
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to analyze whether or not the injury to Chris Paul late in Game 5 will change the outcome of the series.
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to analyze whether or not the injury to Chris Paul late in Game 5 will change the outcome of the series.
How does the Chris Paul injury affect the rest of the WCF?
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to analyze whether or not the injury to Chris Paul late in Game 5 will change the outcome of the series.
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to analyze whether or not the injury to Chris Paul late in Game 5 will change the outcome of the series.
How does the Chris Paul injury affect the rest of the WCF?
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to analyze whether or not the injury to Chris Paul late in Game 5 will change the outcome of the series.
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to analyze whether or not the injury to Chris Paul late in Game 5 will change the outcome of the series.
How does the Chris Paul injury affect the rest of the WCF?
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by CBS Sports NBA analyst Carlos Boozer to analyze whether or not the injury to Chris Paul late in Game 5 will change the outcome of the series.
Condensed Game: KC@TEX - 5/24/18
CG: KC@TEX - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: KC@TEX - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: KC@TEX - 5/24/18
CG: KC@TEX - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: KC@TEX - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: KC@TEX - 5/24/18
CG: KC@TEX - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: KC@TEX - 5/24/18
Matthias Sammer believes Jurgen Klopp is the perfect example of a coach who has been able to integrate well with his players.
Klopp has perfectly integrated Liverpool coaches and players - Sammer
Matthias Sammer believes Jurgen Klopp is the perfect example of a coach who has been able to integrate well with his players.
Matthias Sammer believes Jurgen Klopp is the perfect example of a coach who has been able to integrate well with his players.
Klopp has perfectly integrated Liverpool coaches and players - Sammer
Matthias Sammer believes Jurgen Klopp is the perfect example of a coach who has been able to integrate well with his players.
Matthias Sammer believes Jurgen Klopp is the perfect example of a coach who has been able to integrate well with his players.
Klopp has perfectly integrated Liverpool coaches and players - Sammer
Matthias Sammer believes Jurgen Klopp is the perfect example of a coach who has been able to integrate well with his players.
Find out who won Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
The Fast Break: May 24
Find out who won Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
Condensed Game: BOS@TB - 5/24/18
CG: BOS@TB - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: BOS@TB - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: BOS@TB - 5/24/18
CG: BOS@TB - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: BOS@TB - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: BOS@TB - 5/24/18
CG: BOS@TB - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: BOS@TB - 5/24/18
Countdown the top five plays from Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
Top 5: May 24
Countdown the top five plays from Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals.
Chris Paul scores 20 points with seven rebounds, Eric Gordon adds 24 as the Rockets take Game 5, 98-94.
GAME 5 RECAP: Rockets 98, Warriors 94
Chris Paul scores 20 points with seven rebounds, Eric Gordon adds 24 as the Rockets take Game 5, 98-94.
Kenya is set to face Swaziland and Equatorial Guinea on Friday, May 25, and Monday, May 28, 2018, respectively
Harambee Stars coach Sebastien Migne optimistic ahead of Swaziland tie
Kenya is set to face Swaziland and Equatorial Guinea on Friday, May 25, and Monday, May 28, 2018, respectively
Condensed Game: NYM@MIL - 5/24/18
CG: NYM@MIL - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: NYM@MIL - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: NYM@MIL - 5/24/18
CG: NYM@MIL - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: NYM@MIL - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: NYM@MIL - 5/24/18
CG: NYM@MIL - 5/24/18
Condensed Game: NYM@MIL - 5/24/18
The Manipuri gaffer has turned down the request to extend his stay with the I-League runners-up...
I-League: Gift Raikhan leaves NEROCA after phenomenal season
The Manipuri gaffer has turned down the request to extend his stay with the I-League runners-up...
<p>The Caps are conference champs, but they&#39;re not done yet. JJ Regan and Tarik El-Bashir break down the win over the Lightning and look ahead to Vegas.</p>
Capitals Faceoff Podcast: On to Vegas!

The Caps are conference champs, but they're not done yet. JJ Regan and Tarik El-Bashir break down the win over the Lightning and look ahead to Vegas.

The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to break down the reasons why the Angels would hold out Shohei Ohtani against the Yankees.
Does holding out Ohtani from his next pitching start raise a red flag?
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to break down the reasons why the Angels would hold out Shohei Ohtani against the Yankees.
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to break down the reasons why the Angels would hold out Shohei Ohtani against the Yankees.
Does holding out Ohtani from his next pitching start raise a red flag?
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to break down the reasons why the Angels would hold out Shohei Ohtani against the Yankees.
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to break down the reasons why the Angels would hold out Shohei Ohtani against the Yankees.
Does holding out Ohtani from his next pitching start raise a red flag?
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to break down the reasons why the Angels would hold out Shohei Ohtani against the Yankees.
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to break down the reasons why the Angels would hold out Shohei Ohtani against the Yankees.
Does holding out Ohtani from his next pitching start raise a red flag?
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to break down the reasons why the Angels would hold out Shohei Ohtani against the Yankees.
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston&#39;s Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
CP3 leaves Game 5 win early with apparent leg injury
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston&#39;s Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
CP3 leaves Game 5 win early with apparent leg injury
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston&#39;s Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
CP3 leaves Game 5 win early with apparent leg injury
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
CP3 leaves Game 5 win early with apparent leg injury
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
Milwaukee Brewers&#39; Christian Yelich breaks up a double play as New York Mets&#39; Asdrubal Cabrera makes a late throw on a ball hit by Ryan Braun during the third inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
Nimmo reaches 5 times, Matz sharp as Mets beat Brewers 5-0
Milwaukee Brewers' Christian Yelich breaks up a double play as New York Mets' Asdrubal Cabrera makes a late throw on a ball hit by Ryan Braun during the third inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
New York Mets starting pitcher Steven Matz throws during the first inning of a baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
Nimmo reaches 5 times, Matz sharp as Mets beat Brewers 5-0
New York Mets starting pitcher Steven Matz throws during the first inning of a baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
New York Mets&#39; Jay Bruce makes a leaping catch on a ball hit by Milwaukee Brewers&#39; Hernan Perez during the second inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
Nimmo reaches 5 times, Matz sharp as Mets beat Brewers 5-0
New York Mets' Jay Bruce makes a leaping catch on a ball hit by Milwaukee Brewers' Hernan Perez during the second inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
New York Mets&#39; Brandon Nimmo hits a triple during the third inning of a baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
Nimmo reaches 5 times, Matz sharp as Mets beat Brewers 5-0
New York Mets' Brandon Nimmo hits a triple during the third inning of a baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Zach Davies is taken out of the game during the fifth inning of a baseball game against the New York Mets Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
Nimmo reaches 5 times, Matz sharp as Mets beat Brewers 5-0
Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Zach Davies is taken out of the game during the fifth inning of a baseball game against the New York Mets Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
CP3 leaves Game 5 win early with apparent leg injury
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
CP3 leaves Game 5 win early with apparent leg injury
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by former NBA All-Star Carlos Boozer to break down how the Rockets were able to survive and win Game 5, 98-94, despite a cold night from Harden from downtown.
Despite Harden's struggles, Rockets' resiliency proves too much in Game 5
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by former NBA All-Star Carlos Boozer to break down how the Rockets were able to survive and win Game 5, 98-94, despite a cold night from Harden from downtown.
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by former NBA All-Star Carlos Boozer to break down how the Rockets were able to survive and win Game 5, 98-94, despite a cold night from Harden from downtown.
Despite Harden's struggles, Rockets' resiliency proves too much in Game 5
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by former NBA All-Star Carlos Boozer to break down how the Rockets were able to survive and win Game 5, 98-94, despite a cold night from Harden from downtown.
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by former NBA All-Star Carlos Boozer to break down how the Rockets were able to survive and win Game 5, 98-94, despite a cold night from Harden from downtown.
Despite Harden's struggles, Rockets' resiliency proves too much in Game 5
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by former NBA All-Star Carlos Boozer to break down how the Rockets were able to survive and win Game 5, 98-94, despite a cold night from Harden from downtown.
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by former NBA All-Star Carlos Boozer to break down how the Rockets were able to survive and win Game 5, 98-94, despite a cold night from Harden from downtown.
Despite Harden's struggles, Rockets' resiliency proves too much in Game 5
On CBS Sports HQ, Nick Kostos is joined by former NBA All-Star Carlos Boozer to break down how the Rockets were able to survive and win Game 5, 98-94, despite a cold night from Harden from downtown.
Golden State&#39;s continued attempts to win Game 5 with Kevin Durant isolations fell short as Houston took a 3-2 lead as the series shifts back to Oakland.
CP3's Late Heroics, Warriors' Reliance on Isos Has Golden State on the Brink
Golden State's continued attempts to win Game 5 with Kevin Durant isolations fell short as Houston took a 3-2 lead as the series shifts back to Oakland.
A.J. Balta extended TCU&#39;s lead with a two-run double as the Horned Frogs cruised to a 8-1 win over West Virginia at the Big 12 Baseball Championship on Thursday.
TCU's A.J. Balta Hits 2-Run Double in Win Over West Virginia
A.J. Balta extended TCU's lead with a two-run double as the Horned Frogs cruised to a 8-1 win over West Virginia at the Big 12 Baseball Championship on Thursday.
A.J. Balta extended TCU's lead with a two-run double as the Horned Frogs cruised to a 8-1 win over West Virginia at the Big 12 Baseball Championship on Thursday.
TCU's A.J. Balta Hits 2-Run Double in Win Over West Virginia
A.J. Balta extended TCU's lead with a two-run double as the Horned Frogs cruised to a 8-1 win over West Virginia at the Big 12 Baseball Championship on Thursday.
A.J. Balta extended TCU&#39;s lead with a two-run double as the Horned Frogs cruised to a 8-1 win over West Virginia at the Big 12 Baseball Championship on Thursday.
TCU's A.J. Balta Hits 2-Run Double in Win Over West Virginia
A.J. Balta extended TCU's lead with a two-run double as the Horned Frogs cruised to a 8-1 win over West Virginia at the Big 12 Baseball Championship on Thursday.
A.J. Balta extended TCU&#39;s lead with a two-run double as the Horned Frogs cruised to a 8-1 win over West Virginia at the Big 12 Baseball Championship on Thursday.
TCU's A.J. Balta Hits 2-Run Double in Win Over West Virginia
A.J. Balta extended TCU's lead with a two-run double as the Horned Frogs cruised to a 8-1 win over West Virginia at the Big 12 Baseball Championship on Thursday.
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to explain how the Tampa Bay Rays experiment of starting a reliever could catch on throughout MLB.
Breaking down the Rays reliever experiment
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to explain how the Tampa Bay Rays experiment of starting a reliever could catch on throughout MLB.
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to explain how the Tampa Bay Rays experiment of starting a reliever could catch on throughout MLB.
Breaking down the Rays reliever experiment
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to explain how the Tampa Bay Rays experiment of starting a reliever could catch on throughout MLB.
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to explain how the Tampa Bay Rays experiment of starting a reliever could catch on throughout MLB.
Breaking down the Rays reliever experiment
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to explain how the Tampa Bay Rays experiment of starting a reliever could catch on throughout MLB.
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to explain how the Tampa Bay Rays experiment of starting a reliever could catch on throughout MLB.
Breaking down the Rays reliever experiment
The GM Jim Bowden joins Nick Kostos on CBS Sports HQ to explain how the Tampa Bay Rays experiment of starting a reliever could catch on throughout MLB.
The Houston Rockets survived another wild finish to beat the Golden State Warriors, 98-94, in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals on Thursday night.
Rockets outlast Warriors in thrilling Game 5
The Houston Rockets survived another wild finish to beat the Golden State Warriors, 98-94, in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals on Thursday night.
The Houston Rockets survived another wild finish to beat the Golden State Warriors, 98-94, in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals on Thursday night.
Rockets outlast Warriors in thrilling Game 5
The Houston Rockets survived another wild finish to beat the Golden State Warriors, 98-94, in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals on Thursday night.
<p>The Warriors, in a weird way, like the team of the future losing to the team of the past as they went down 3-2 to the Rockets in the Western Conference Finals.</p>
Why the no-longer-invulnerable Warriors are one loss away from elimination

The Warriors, in a weird way, like the team of the future losing to the team of the past as they went down 3-2 to the Rockets in the Western Conference Finals.

5/24/18: Duffy, Perez propel Royals to 8-2 victory
Recap: KC 8, TEX 2
5/24/18: Duffy, Perez propel Royals to 8-2 victory
5/24/18: Duffy, Perez propel Royals to 8-2 victory
Recap: KC 8, TEX 2
5/24/18: Duffy, Perez propel Royals to 8-2 victory
5/24/18: Duffy, Perez propel Royals to 8-2 victory
Recap: KC 8, TEX 2
5/24/18: Duffy, Perez propel Royals to 8-2 victory
Texas Rangers starting pitcher Austin Bibens-Dirkx leaves the mound during the seventh inning of the team&#39;s baseball game against the Kansas City Royals on Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Perez plays ball off Choo's nose to help Duffy, KC top Texas
Texas Rangers starting pitcher Austin Bibens-Dirkx leaves the mound during the seventh inning of the team's baseball game against the Kansas City Royals on Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Kansas City Royals Salvador Perez (13) drives in two runs with a single against the Texas Rangers during the fifth inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Perez plays ball off Choo's nose to help Duffy, KC top Texas
Kansas City Royals Salvador Perez (13) drives in two runs with a single against the Texas Rangers during the fifth inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Danny Duffy (41) talks with teammates before leaving the mound as the Royals held a seven-run lead during the eighth inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Perez plays ball off Choo's nose to help Duffy, KC top Texas
Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Danny Duffy (41) talks with teammates before leaving the mound as the Royals held a seven-run lead during the eighth inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Kansas City Royals relief pitcher Tim Hill (54) delivers to a Texas Rangers batter during the eighth inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Perez plays ball off Choo's nose to help Duffy, KC top Texas
Kansas City Royals relief pitcher Tim Hill (54) delivers to a Texas Rangers batter during the eighth inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Texas Rangers starting pitcher Austin Bibens-Dirkx (56) delivers against the Kansas City Royals during the first inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Perez plays ball off Choo's nose to help Duffy, KC top Texas
Texas Rangers starting pitcher Austin Bibens-Dirkx (56) delivers against the Kansas City Royals during the first inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Danny Duffy delivers against the Texas Rangers during the first inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Perez plays ball off Choo's nose to help Duffy, KC top Texas
Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Danny Duffy delivers against the Texas Rangers during the first inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Texas Rangers left fielder Delino DeShields (3) tries to steal second base as Kansas City Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar (2) waits for the throw during the first inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. DeShields was called out on the play. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Perez plays ball off Choo's nose to help Duffy, KC top Texas
Texas Rangers left fielder Delino DeShields (3) tries to steal second base as Kansas City Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar (2) waits for the throw during the first inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. DeShields was called out on the play. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Kansas City Royals&#39; Jon Jay (25) and Whit Merrifield (15) celebrate after scoring on a single by Salvador Perez against the Texas Rangers during the seventh inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Perez plays ball off Choo's nose to help Duffy, KC top Texas
Kansas City Royals' Jon Jay (25) and Whit Merrifield (15) celebrate after scoring on a single by Salvador Perez against the Texas Rangers during the seventh inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 24, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
CP3 leaves Game 5 win early with apparent leg injury
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston&#39;s Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
CP3 leaves Game 5 win early with apparent leg injury
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston&#39;s Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
CP3 leaves Game 5 win early with apparent leg injury
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston&#39;s Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
CP3 leaves Game 5 win early with apparent leg injury
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
<p>On today&#39;s edition of the Breakfast Pod: The Celtics aim to finish off the Cavaliers in Game 6, the NFL announces a new National Anthem policy, and Dustin Pedroia is returning to the Sox.</p>
NBC Sports Boston Breakfast Pod: Celtics-Cavs Game 6 preview; Did the NFL get it right?

On today's edition of the Breakfast Pod: The Celtics aim to finish off the Cavaliers in Game 6, the NFL announces a new National Anthem policy, and Dustin Pedroia is returning to the Sox.

Newly appointed Napoli head coach Carlo Ancelotti was happy to show off his linguistic skills as he greeted fans across the globe in four different languages.
New Napoli boss Ancelotti greets fans in four languages
Newly appointed Napoli head coach Carlo Ancelotti was happy to show off his linguistic skills as he greeted fans across the globe in four different languages.
Newly appointed Napoli head coach Carlo Ancelotti was happy to show off his linguistic skills as he greeted fans across the globe in four different languages.
New Napoli boss Ancelotti greets fans in four languages
Newly appointed Napoli head coach Carlo Ancelotti was happy to show off his linguistic skills as he greeted fans across the globe in four different languages.
Newly appointed Napoli head coach Carlo Ancelotti was happy to show off his linguistic skills as he greeted fans across the globe in four different languages.
New Napoli boss Ancelotti greets fans in four languages
Newly appointed Napoli head coach Carlo Ancelotti was happy to show off his linguistic skills as he greeted fans across the globe in four different languages.
Houston now leads the Western Conference Finals, 3-2.
Chris Paul plays the hero as Warriors devolve to iso ball in Game 5 loss
Houston now leads the Western Conference Finals, 3-2.
Houston now leads the Western Conference Finals, 3-2.
Chris Paul plays the hero as Warriors devolve to iso ball in Game 5 loss
Houston now leads the Western Conference Finals, 3-2.
Chris Paul appeared to hurt his right hamstring late in the fourth quarter of Game 5 against the Warriors after an awkward landing. He left the game with less than a minute left and did not return.
Chris Paul Suffers Apparent Hamstring Injury In Game 5 vs. Warriors
Chris Paul appeared to hurt his right hamstring late in the fourth quarter of Game 5 against the Warriors after an awkward landing. He left the game with less than a minute left and did not return.
Chris Paul works in the paint to get his shot off and re-aggravates his ailing hamstring.
Chris Paul Injury
Chris Paul works in the paint to get his shot off and re-aggravates his ailing hamstring.
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
CP3 leaves Game 5 win early with apparent leg injury
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
CP3 leaves Game 5 win early with apparent leg injury
Chris Paul came up limping late in Houston's Game 5 win over Golden State and did not play in the final seconds after colliding with Quinn Cook.
5/24/18: Rays capitalize on errors to back Snell
Recap: TB 6, BOS 3
5/24/18: Rays capitalize on errors to back Snell
5/24/18: Rays capitalize on errors to back Snell
Recap: TB 6, BOS 3
5/24/18: Rays capitalize on errors to back Snell
5/24/18: Rays capitalize on errors to back Snell
Recap: TB 6, BOS 3
5/24/18: Rays capitalize on errors to back Snell
El delantero mexicano espera que Rusia 2018 sea su Mundial.
Carlos Vela: “No disfruté Sudáfrica 2010”
El delantero mexicano espera que Rusia 2018 sea su Mundial.
El delantero mexicano espera que Rusia 2018 sea su Mundial.
Carlos Vela: “No disfruté Sudáfrica 2010”
El delantero mexicano espera que Rusia 2018 sea su Mundial.
Oklahoma Sooners defeat Texas. Highlights here.
Oklahoma defeats Texas
Oklahoma Sooners defeat Texas. Highlights here.
Oklahoma Sooners defeat Texas. Highlights here.
Oklahoma defeats Texas
Oklahoma Sooners defeat Texas. Highlights here.
Oklahoma Sooners defeat Texas. Highlights here.
Oklahoma defeats Texas
Oklahoma Sooners defeat Texas. Highlights here.
Oklahoma Sooners defeat Texas. Highlights here.
Oklahoma defeats Texas
Oklahoma Sooners defeat Texas. Highlights here.
The Houston Rockets are one win away from the NBA Finals after a 98-94 win over the Warriors in Game Five.
Warriors on the Brink of Elimination After the Rockets Win Game Five
The Houston Rockets are one win away from the NBA Finals after a 98-94 win over the Warriors in Game Five.
&quot;They’ll be watching this weekend and could have been playing,&quot; said the American businessman.
Liverpool owner Henry reflects on history, takes shots at Suarez, Coutinho
"They’ll be watching this weekend and could have been playing," said the American businessman.

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