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Humboldt survivor Matechuk 'still struggling to get his speech back'

One of 13 players who survived a hockey bus crash in Saskatchewan last spring remains in hospital where he is slowly recovering, although he still isn’t fully aware of what happened. The family of Layne Matechuk says his main obstacle continues to be the brain injury he suffered when the Humboldt Broncos team bus and a transport truck collided at ...

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DeRozan 'still in shock' over trade to Spurs, felt blindsided by Masai

All DeMar DeRozan wanted from the Toronto Raptors – the organization he had spent all nine years of his career busting his tail for – was fair warning that there was a possibility he would be dealt. The four-time All-Star feels he wasn’t extended that courtesy ahead of being shipped to the <a data-in-app-uri="thescore:///nba/teams… NBA | theScore

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Lacob: Warriors 'still really hungry' for success

The seemingly invincible Golden State Warriors aren’t going to rest on their laurels after capturing a third NBA championship in four years. “We’re still really hungry,” owner Joe Lacob said of his Warriors, according to The Athletic’s Ethan Strauss. “That’s what people sh… NBA | theScore

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Mets 'still engaged' in trade talks for deGrom

The New York Mets continue to walk the precarious line between making Jacob deGrom available or not, and are still discussing the possibility of trading their ace while also appreciating his immense value. Assistant general manager John Ricco told <a href="https://twitter.com/AnthonyDiComo/s… MLB | theScore

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Curry intrigued but unfazed by LeBron on Lakers: 'Still got to beat us'

When you’re a two-time MVP on a team that’s advanced to the NBA Finals the last four years and won three championships, it takes a lot more than one player changing area codes to rattle you. Stephen Curry has had his fair share of battles against LeBron James, with Golden State dueling the … NBA | theScore

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Golden Knights' inaugural season 'still a great story' despite falling short of Cup

While the Washington Capitals celebrated their first Stanley Cup title amid strewn sticks and gloves Thursday night, the T-Mobile Arena fans rose and gave one more stirring ovation to the bowed, kneeling figures in grey sweaters on the other end of the ice. The Vegas Golden Knights didn’t win the Stanley Cup Final in their inaugural season. Just being there was a ...

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Alfred Wong's Family 'Still In Shock', After His Shooting Death, Brother Says

VANCOUVER — The brother of a 15-year-old boy who was killed by gunfire when his family’s vehicle passed a brazen shooting in Vancouver says they are still in shock and the death will leave a void in their hearts. Wilfred Wong spoke about his younger brother, Alfred Wong, at a news conference Monday at the Van… HuffPost Canada – Athena2 ...

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