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David Griffin is out as GM of the Cleveland Cavaliers

David Griffin is out as GM of the Cleveland Cavaliers

Griffin hinted at his own relationship with Gilbert becoming untenable in a statement provided to McMenamin . Gilbert added that there would be "no announcement at this time related to new leadership of the Cavaliers basketball operations group".


Islanders swap Strome for Oilers' Eberle

Islanders swap Strome for Oilers' Eberle

Eberle has shown prowess with the extra man over his career, and in the past four seasons alone has potted 24 goals and 66 points on the power play. Like the Taylor Hall for Adam Larsson trade at the end of last June, you're entitled to say "is that all the Oilers are getting?" but we know how good Larsson was this past season as the top pairing right-side defenceman who makes $4.1 million to Hall's $6 million.


India coach: Will it be Virat Kohli pick Ravi Shastri?

India coach: Will it be Virat Kohli pick Ravi Shastri?

Virat Kohli has become the second most followed Indian on Facebook after Prime Minister Narendra Modi with over 35 million followers. Shastri, who enjoys great rapport with Indian captain captain Virat Kohli, has made a decision to throw his hat into the ring following the exit of Anil Kumble.


Westbrook named 2016-17 NBA MVP

Westbrook named 2016-17 NBA MVP

Westbrook set the NBA's single-season record for most triple-doubles (42), one ahead of Robertson's mark of 41 triple-doubles during the 1961-62 season. After a long laugh from the crowd that was standing and cheering, Russell told the other centers "you have no idea how much respect I have for you guys".


Best to captain Lions against Hurricanes

Best to captain Lions against Hurricanes

It should make the crucial second test a bit tenser. The Lions' coach New Zealand-born Warren Gatland said the Hurricanes match was a chance for the tourists to regroup after the first test loss and has importance as the last match half of his squad members play on tour.



Relaxed Russia coach shrugs off early Confederations Cup exit

Ten-men Russian Federation have exited the Fifa Confederations Cup after falling to a 2-1 defeat to Mexico in their final Group A match in Kazan after Igor Akinfeev's bad mistake. Stanislav Cherchesov's side needed to win to qualify for the knockout rounds from Group A but despite scoring the opening goal Russian Federation self-destructed by conceding two bad goals that gifted Mexico victory.