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Cavaliers and Warriors set for ultimate Finals

Klang says tickets for the NBA Finals games are about 20% higher than 2016. Mercy, Don went bold with his prediction . "You can look at Golden State and how they're playing, it's pretty dominant", Minnesota Timberwolves coach Tom Thibodeau said on Tuesday.


Valverde faces huge job to revive Barcelona

Valverde faces huge job to revive Barcelona

Valverde will sign his contract, which has the option of an extra season, on Thursday morning before being officially unveiled at the Nou Camp. Valverde, 53, a former Barca player who left Athletic Bilbao after four years in charge last week, replaces Luis Enrique with the task of getting the most out of a star-studded squad containing Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez.



Huddersfield wins soccer's richest game, into Premier League

Reading were looking for a return to the Premier League for the first time since the 2012/13 campaign, while Huddersfield Town hadn't played in the top tier since the 1971/72 season. I mean, every manager who is successful is always under the spotlight, but I hope he will stay. After what they did in the semi-final, I thought the circumstances wouldn't be a problem.


Wenger 'committed' to Arsenal stay as he forgives fans for 'disgraceful' criticism

Wenger 'committed' to Arsenal stay as he forgives fans for 'disgraceful' criticism

Having failed to qualify for a Champions League place for the first time since 1996, the pressure on Wenger's future undoubtedly increased with the Frenchman previously admitting that the continuing uncertainty led to an "absolutely horrendous" environment at the club this season and contributed to their fifth-place finish in the Premier League.



Bomber Salman Abedi's father says he did not expect Manchester attack

Home Secretary Amber Rudd had earlier criticized U.S. officials for sharing details of the atrocity with American media. Britain's National Counter Terrorism Policing said the United States leaks undermined trust between the two countries' intelligence and law enforcement agencies.


Arsene Wenger continues to defy the scariest job chart in sports

Arsene Wenger continues to defy the scariest job chart in sports

The Frenchman has been at the helm for nearly 21 years and, despite a section of supporters calling for him to depart this summer when his contract expires, he is now expected to further that stay after holding talks with Arsenal's board on Tuesday.