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Daily Archives: 11th May 2018

Cutch greeted with ovation, tribute in PNC return

PITTSBURGH — Thursday night and Friday morning brought nothing out of the ordinary for Andrew McCutchen. He ate at The Oven Pizza Co. in Wexford. He slept at home, in Pittsburgh’s northern suburbs, with his wife, Maria, and his son, Steel. He took Steel to a doctor’s appointment for shots. “He was a big guy,” McCutchen said. “He didn’t cry.” ...

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Dani Alves ruled out of World Cup

Brazil right-back Dani Alves has been ruled out of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ after he suffered a knee injury while playing for his club Paris Saint-Germain. Alves sustained the injury in the 80th minute during PSG’s Coupe de France victory over Les Herbiers. The Brazilian football federation (Confederacao Brasileira de Futebol) announced the news on their official website ...

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Cowboys WR coach notes 'inconsistencies' during Bryant's 2017 season

Dez Bryant is no longer with the Dallas Cowboys, but their coaching staff is still talking about him. Bryant, who had spent his entire career with the Cowboys prior to being released on April 13, recorded 69 catches for 838 yards and six touchdowns last season, but it wasn’t enough for the … NFL | theScore

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Huge offseason looms for Philadelphia 76ers after breakout campaign

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia 76ers have morphed from laughingstock to legitimate Eastern Conference contender in just two seasons. But just how far can The Process take them? * Was a 52-win season that ended with a five-game loss to the Boston Celtics in the conference semis just part of the learning curve on the way toward NBA titles? * Or ...

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