LOS ANGELES: Steve Kerr, who coached the Golden State Warriors to the NBA title last season, said Sunday a spinal fluid leak after back surgery led to his absence from the team.
CARY, N.C.: Tom Lehman had an eagle and three birdies in the final four holes Sunday to win the Champions Tour’s SAS Championship.
LONDON: Former New Zealand cricketer Lou Vincent told a London courtroom on Monday that he had helped to fix matches under "direct orders" from his captain, Chris Cairns.
SHANGHAI: Controversial Australian Nick Kyrgios swept aside Andreas Haider-Maurer in straight sets on Monday to set up a second round clash with Japan’s Kei Nishikori in the Shanghai Masters.
LONDON: Ireland beat France 24-9 in a brutal Cardiff encounter to earn a quarterfinal meeting with Argentina, leaving the well-beaten French the daunting prospect of facing New Zealand as the Rugby Wo
HOUSTON: Dallas Keuchel’s perfect performance in Houston this year has the upstart Astros one win away from the American League Championship Series.
NEW YORK: Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley was suspended for two games by Major League Baseball on Sunday for his slide that broke New York Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada’s right leg.
OTTAWA, Ontario: Center Tomas Plekanec led the Canadiens with two goals, while Torrey Mitchell had the other as Montreal spoiled the Ottawa Senators home opener with a 3-1 victory on Sunday
JEDDAH: Team Green dealt an early blow on the bid of Team Blue but the latter held on to win their thrilling matchup for the championship crown in the SPTC HeatWave Tennis Challenge at Albilad Hotel
DALLAS: On a day of nail-biting NFL finishes, the New England Patriots remained unbeaten in 2015 with a 30-6 romp past the Dallas Cowboys.
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