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Antonio Conte's cup curse continues after Chelsea lose FA Cup final

Antonio Conte's cup curse continues after Chelsea lose FA Cup final

In my position you've worked hard to get here, you want to just win the competition for the club, for the team. Those losses, combined with a Champions League last 16 thrashing by Bayern Munich, prompted the most sustained fan protests against Wenger in his two-decade reign.



NBA Cavs repeat, Warriors dynasty at stake in Finals showdown

He started this season in Sacramento before getting waived in February and joining the Warriors for the stretch run. " You have to appreciate the position that you're in because it's never, ever guaranteed ", Warriors guard Stephen Curry said.



NBA 2K17 Predicts Epic NBA Finals And Winner

Game 1 of the 2017 NBA Finals tips off on Thursday night as the Cavaliers defend their championship against the Warriors, with the two teams meeting for the third consecutive year. And then he'll address the team at halftime, even at the end of games. Twice he has dished out eight assists. "Just shows that racism will always be a part of the world, part of America", he said.


'Hate Is Living Every Day,' LeBron James Says After Racist Graffiti Incident

'Hate Is Living Every Day,' LeBron James Says After Racist Graffiti Incident

National Basketball Association star LeBron James' Los Angeles home has been vandalized with a racist slur spray-painted on the front gate, LA police tell CNN. The home was bought by James in 2015. The 9,440-square-foot home is not James' primary residence. But I look at it as, if this can shed light and continue to keep the conversation going on my behalf, then I'm okay with it.


Arsene Wenger Drops Major Hint About His Arsenal Future

Arsene Wenger Drops Major Hint About His Arsenal Future

Arsene Wenger has been heavily scrutinised by the Arsenal fans throughout the Premier League season after only managing fifth and failing to qualify for the Champions League next season. You can not get tougher. Wenger's future has been up in the air for much of the season as both he and the club refused to publicly announce their intentions.



Penguins score three quick goals to start third in Game 2 win

It's their ability to survive when they don't. The puck shot by Pittsburgh Penguins' Jake Guentzel lands in the net behind Nashville Predators goalie Pekka Rinne for a goal during the third period in Game 2 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Final , Wednesday, May 31, 2017 , in.