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Crystal Palace Midfielder Joe Ledley 'Not Sure' Where He Will Play Next

Crystal Palace Midfielder Joe Ledley 'Not Sure' Where He Will Play Next

The only mistake I made was to sign at Crystal Palace in January 2016. "It's been frustrating", Ledley said after helping Wales to a 1-1 World Cup qualifying draw in Serbia on Sunday night. I was happy there, my family too. "When you're not getting picked for as long as I wasn't then you have to do something about it", he added. But that emotional return has been ruled out and Ledley says clubs have already shown an interest in him, including many from overseas.



Tyronn Lue liked the physicality by the Cavaliers in Game 4

A big reason for that bold prediction is that the Warriors did not control transition like they had in the first three games, where they scored 99 points on fast breaks compared to just seven points on transition in Game 4. "He's risky so we just wanted to limit his shots, take the ball out of his hands", Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said. They brought it. I'm super proud of those guys, of all my teammates, but more or less, those guys coming in and giving us energy, and as well as R.J.


Some hope California winner of $447M Powerball helps area

Some hope California winner of $447M Powerball helps area

The holder of the sole winning Powerball ticket worth $447.8 million can claim the prize as early as Monday morning, lottery officials said. The jackpot is the tenth biggest in US history and has odds of winning that are one in 292 million.


Jeremy Maclin signs with Ravens

Jeremy Maclin signs with Ravens

Maclin visited Buffalo early last week before Wednesday's trip to Baltimore. The two teams were believed to be the only two in the running for the services of the 29-year-old wide receiver. The Chiefs released Maclin on June 2 after two seasons with the team. While offseason reports on the latter have been glowing, he needs to do it in games that count first before any Ravens fan should get excited.



LeBron and co not about to give up on NBA Finals

Kevin Durant made his, a silky-smooth three-pointer over a late-closing LeBron James that all but sealed the biggest win of the Golden State Warriors season, a stone-cold display of nerves and belief. The Cleveland Cavaliers went toe-to-toe with the Golden State Warriors in for the first time in the 2017 NBA Finals Wednesday night. The sharpshooter missed a potential game-sealing 3-pointer with 50 seconds left.