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Rockets Blast Thunder in Game One

Rockets Blast Thunder in Game One

I wouldn't be surprised if he turns up the intensity in game two with his defense on Russ after those comments. "What they do well, where they're ranked in the league in offensive rebounding, which means you've got to rebound". They went small. This time, they could do it with reason to expect success even against the strength of the Oklahoma City Thunder. He was 3-for-3 with Kanter defending him, with all three of those shots coming at the rim.



Match Reports: West Bromwich Albion 0-1 Liverpool

FW Divock Origi, 7 - It's never easy for a striker going up against West Brom's physical defence, but he stood up to the challenge well and delivered the kind of performance that Liverpool needed. If you asked me before the game I would have said that was my favourite result because I know how strong West Brom are and how hard they are to play.


Spurs ace in fitness race

Spurs ace in fitness race

Conte said the home side showed more determination than his team and ex-Man Utd defender Neville suggested their manager also lacked the touchline passion that's been present all season. Perhaps a bit of mind games from the Chelsea manager, but one thing is for sure: The title race is certainly one. Chelsea need to stabilise themselves after seeing their lead, which stood at 13 points after Gary Cahill's late victor at Stoke on March 18, whittled down to just four following the defeat at Old ...


Aaron Hernandez's conviction could be tossed due to 'quirky' law

Aaron Hernandez's conviction could be tossed due to 'quirky' law

His body was found just after 3 a.m. Wednesday. The onetime tight end was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead about an hour later. An investigation into Hernandez's death is ongoing, and WBZ reported that authorities were looking into the possibility that he may have consumed a drug called K2, or "synthetic marijuana", Tuesday night.



Blues head home looking to take a commanding 3-0 lead

The Wild can not fall into the trap of breezing into Game 2 Friday and expecting their superior scoring depth will allow them to just to pick up where they left off. "They're defending hard", Wild winger Jason Pominville explained. "We've still got a ways to go", Allen told the Post-Dispatch. Charlie Coyle knocked in a rebound of a shot by Zach Parise , the first even-strength goal by the Wild in the series.