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Impasse continues on India-Pakistan bilateral ties

Sports minister Vijay Goel made it clear that the Indian government will not allow the bilateral cricket series as long as Pakistan continues to use terrorism as an instrument of state policy. The cash-strapped PCB's finances heavily depend on a series with India which would mean a financial windfall for the nation, where no worldwide cricketing activity has taken place since the terrorist attack on Sri Lankan cricket team.



Catfish tosser says he was 'dumb redneck with a bad idea'

A Nashville Predators fan has been charged after police say he threw a catfish on the ice during Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals at the Pittsburgh Penguins' PPG Paints Arena. Pittsburgh looked a step behind at the outset. Rinne's teammates rallied to his defense. Play was stopped at 16:40 of the 2nd period during Monday night's game.



Ball to have solo Lakers workout June 7

Even yet-to-debut Philadelphia 76ers rookie Ben Simmons was in the mix. Alford hopes that the National Basketball Association sees the real Lonzo Ball . As a player, Lonzo has proven what he can do though he is far from ideal. He can't possibly play off the ball if he doesn't improve his shooting. There have been plenty more outlandish remarks from LaVar, but that would take all night to get through.



Why the Cleveland Cavaliers will win the NBA Finals

San Antonio Spurs center Pau Gasol (16) defends a shot attempt by Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green (23) during the first half of Game 1 of the NBA basketball Western Conference finals in Oakland, Calif ., Sunday, May 14, 2017.



Arsene Wenger agrees two-year contract with Arsenal

For the first time in two decades the Gunners have not qualified for the Champions League and the spotlight, like never before, is being shone on the long-serving figure of Wenger and whether his time at Arsenal is up. "And on Wednesday or Thursday it will be clearer". Fifth place in a highly competitive Premier League isn't awful when put into context against a high-spending Manchester City , rapidly improving Tottenham and an efficient Chelsea led by the ruthless Antonio Conte .