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Report: Koepka & Johnson Almost Came To Blows Following US Defeat

US team-mates Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka reportedly almost came to blows while visiting their opponent’s team room after Europe’s 17 1/2-to-10 1/2 Ryder Cup victory on Sunday evening. According to multiple reports, including those on the Telegraph and the Golf Channel, the pair had to be physically separated as they came close to an altercation. The Golf Channel also report …

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Intriguing Ryder Cup Sunday Singles Matches Announced

At 10-6 down heading into the final day of the Ryder Cup, Team USA need eight points to retain the trophy. Captain Jim Furyk faced a headache in his selection order for the Sunday singles – he needed to front-load his team, with early European wins meaning a premature defeat. But does he put those who’ve been struggling, such as …

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Jamie Carragher Backs A German Manager For The Vacant England Role

ROTHERHAM, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 20: Jamie Carragher of England looks on during the International U17 Friendly match between England U17 and Germany U17 at the New York Stadium on November 20, 2015 in Rotherham, England. (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)

Jamie Carragher has backed Jurgen Klinsmann, current boss of the US football team, to be the next England boss. Following a disastrous exit from the European Championships on Sunday at the hands of international minnows Iceland, England boss Roy Hodgson promptly resigned. Now, as England look to pick up the pieces and move on from their embarrassing 2-1 defeat, the …

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Early Look At The 2016 Ryder Cup: Team USA

LOUISVILLE, KY - SEPTEMBER 16: The Ryder Cup is shown on the ninth hole during the European team photo shoot prior to the start of the 2008 Ryder Cup at Valhalla Golf Club on September 16, 2008 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

As the busiest and most anticipated season of professional golf begins to heat up, Rory Murphy takes a look at the biennial event which rounds off the year in a series of articles analysing different aspects of the competition. _____ USA Team The home team, bar a couple of variations depending on form, more or less picks itself and lines …

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Nba Finals Game 4 – Deep Dive and How the Game Was Won and Lost

The Golden State Warriors have evened the series at 2 games a piece, triumphing over The Cleveland Cavaliers 103-82 Tuesday night. That scoreline flatters them slightly, this was a competitive game through three quarters. Here I will look at where the game was won and lost. The phrase must win was created for game 4 of The 2015 NBA Finals. …

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The NBA Finals – The Weirdest Moments So Far

Game 4 of the NBA Finals was packed with all sorts of funky moments that if you saw just one of would make them instantly memorable, but to have so many was truly hilarious. The Quicken Loans arena lends itself to moments of goofyness, watching games on T.V from their it often feels like more than a religious experience than …

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How The Cavs Won Game 3 & The Adjustments GSW Must Make

Conor O’Mahony looks at how the Cavs won game three and the adjustments GSW must make.  _____ Cavs Defence On Steph Curry Watching Curry play in game 3 of the finals through the first three quarters, a thought began to form in my mind. Curry was playing like LeBron did in the 2011 NBA Finals vs the Dirk Nowitski-led Dallas …

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Warriors Win Game 1- Talking Points

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Game 1 was all kinds of amazing. However I really feel that the Cleveland Cavaliers had to win last night to have any hope of knocking off the Golden State Warriors. Lets run it back, and I’ll explain why. The Cavs Played as Well as they Can and Still Lost. LeBron played out of his mind, going off for 44 …

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NBA: Postpone the Funeral, Spurs Win Five Straight Games

Here Conor O’Mahony discusses the San Antonio Spurs’ recent return to form, which has seen them win five games in a row.  Obituaries were being written for the 2015 San Antonio Spurs two weeks ago. They had lost four games in a row, culminating in a pummelling by The Portland Trailblazers 111-95 on the 25th of February. Sports reporters, as they do whenever …

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An In Depth Look At Kobe Bryant’s Return To The Court

Kobe Bryant has gone through a torturous eighteen months since going down with a torn Achilles tendon late in the 2013 season. Conor O’Mahony discusses the Black Mamba’s impending return. During the 2012-2013 season the Los Angeles Lakers and Kobe Bryant faced every situation imaginable. The Lakers trotted out 5 All Stars on opening night* and looked for all the …

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Why We Love The NBA (Pt. 3): Scoring & Kevin Durant

Day three of this special feature on “Why we love the game” centres on Kevin Durant and scoring. Conor O’Mahony discusses. The NBA is a league which promotes scoring. For fans this constitutes celebrating rim-busting dunks, fadeaway threes and exquisite offensive ball movement. It is not at all unusual to watch a game of soccer for two hours and not …

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Why We Love NBA (Part 2) – The Playoffs

Conor O’Mahony is here with Part 2 of this special feature looking at ‘Why We Love NBA’. Part 2 focuses on the all important playoffs; that time of the year where dreams are made, and crushed. Check Out Part 1 – The Brilliance & Hilarity of Gregg Popovich. The playoffs are the payoff for the eighty-two game slog of the NBA regular …

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Team USA’S Final Roster – Coach K’s Mistakes

With the FIBA World Cup less than a week away, Conor O’Mahony examines Team USA’s final roster, and where he believes Coach K has gone wrong in his selections. Mike Krzyzewski announced his roster Saturday, six days before he was required to. Firstly let me make it clear that I have enormous respect for Coach K as a coach. However, …

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