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  • Dallas police announce criminal investigation of Manziel
    Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel watches a Cleveland Cavaliers and Dallas Mavericks game in Cleveland, Ohio"Today the Dallas Police Department received a complaint of a domestic violence assault that occurred in Dallas on January 30, 2016," the police said in a statement...
  • Bradley seals Celtics' stunning win over Cavs
    Avery Bradley of the Boston Celtics drilled a three-pointer as time expired as the Celtics rallied to stun NBA Eastern Conference leaders Cleveland 104-103 on their home floorBoston's Avery Bradley drilled a three-pointer as time expired as the Celtics rallied to stun NBA Eastern Conference leaders Cleveland 104-103 on their home floor...
  • Spurs embarrass Mavericks in Dallas
    NBA: San Antonio Spurs at Dallas Mavericks(The Sports Xchange) - The San Antonio Spurs handed the Dallas Mavericks one of their more humiliating home defeats in franchise history with a 116-90 victory on Friday in front a stunned-silent sellout crowd at American Airlines Center...
  • Ko, Jang share third-round lead at Coates Championship
    LPGA: Canadian Pacific Women's Open - Final Round(Reuters) - World number one Lydia Ko shrugged off a late rules scare to earn a share of the third-round lead with Jang Ha-na at the Coates Golf Championship in central Florida on Friday...
  • Golf-Ko, Jang share third-round lead at Coates Championship
    World number one Lydia Ko shrugged off a late rules scare to earn a share of the third-round lead with Jang Ha-na at the Coates Golf Championship in central Florida on Friday. On a day when nobody completed the third round due to a thunderstorm on Thursday that put the event behind schedule, Ko and Jang both completed six holes on the Golden Ocala course. Ko and Jang had a one-stroke lead over five players, including long-hitting American Lexi Thompson (seven holes), while 2014 U.S. Women's Open champion Michelle Wie (12 holes) was four shots behind.
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