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President Obama meets with President-elect Trump

Obama will welcome the Cleveland Cavaliers to the White House later Thursday afternoon to celebrate their National Basketball Association championship. Still, Clinton was gracious in defeat, declaring: "Donald Trump is going to be our president". "Because if you succeed, then the country succeeds".



'Delighted' Toure reflects on Manchester City exile

Sergio Aguero went close to making it 2-0 but seconds later Palace equalised when Wilfried Zaha set up substitute Connor Wickham, who beat Pablo Zabaleta before blasting his shot past Bravo. However, with seven minutes left City grabbed the victor when Kevin De Bruyne's low corner across the box was turned into the net by Toure from just six yards out.


Meninga lauds players as Roos reclaim Four Nations

Meninga lauds players as Roos reclaim Four Nations

Two years after a threadbare Australian side was beaten in a Wellington Four Nations final, surrendering the number one ranking the green and golds consider to be nearly a right, the Kangaroos are back where they've been for most of the half century.



Pregame - Horford, Crowder Return to Starting Lineup

Jae Crowder said he was upset that Durant learned about the team's strategies for beating the Warriors, but other than that (which is admittedly a big deal), there probably aren't too many reasons for Boston fans to be all that mad. "We started subbing, it was bad". Durant went 10/13 from the floor on his way to 23 points and 10 rebounds. Former Piston Jonas Jerebko made all three of his 3-point attempts.


Strauss: 'Physical game is in South Africa's DNA'

Strauss: 'Physical game is in South Africa's DNA'

It was the side's 10th successive win under Jones, and their first over the Springboks in 10 years. That embarrassment led the Rugby Football Union to ditch Stuart Lancaster and bring in former Australia and Japan coach Jones. May marked the conclusion of his injury-enforced spell in the global wilderness by finishing a slick score originating from a line-out, while Lawes celebrated his 50th cap by using his athleticism to complete an opportunistic counter-attack.



India vs England, 2nd Test

India drew the first Test vs England. Kohli's principal concern, however, is India's work in the field - after they put down six catches in England's mammoth first innings last week. "When he is fit at any stage, he comes back into the team and we are going to start with him. If you want to play with the combination that you think has the best balance, we want to go with that", he said .