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U.S.’s Adams has surgery, out for PL season start

USMNT midfielder Tyler Adams will miss the start of the Premier League season due to back surgery, Bournemouth manager Andoni Iraola said on Friday.

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Storms, stats and T-shirt cannons: The Clippers’ Halo Board goes all out

With its unique visuals and sheer size, the new "Halo Board" at the Intuit Dome is a sight to behold.

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Gray first WNBA player to win 3-point, skills titles

The Atlanta Dream's Allisha Gray became the first player in WNBA history to win both the 3-point and skills competition in the same year on Friday night.

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Ballmer on PG exit: ‘On a personal level, I hated it’

Clippers owner Steve Ballmer said he "hated" seeing Paul George leave on a personal level, but made it clear he believes the retooled roster surrounding Kawhi Leonard and James Harden can contend as the team enters its new home this season.

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What to watch in Round 3: Can Shane Lowry hold on? Will Scottie Scheffler make a run?

Shane Lowry, Scottie Scheffler and more are ready for the weekend at The Open.

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Man United to move for free agent Rabiot

Manchester United's busy summer is set to continue, with the club keen on adding midfielder Adrien Rabiot. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Clark, Reese excited to team up in All-Star Game

Rookies Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese will put aside their rivalry to join forces on Team WNBA in the league's All-Star Game in Phoenix against the United States Women's National Team.

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Team USA thriving with Steph-LeBron connection

The two former Finals rivals are clicking as teammates, and Steve Kerr is leaning on the duo.

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Churchill Downs rescinds Baffert’s suspension

Churchill Downs has rescinded its extended suspension of Bob Baffert, allowing the Hall of Fame trainer to resume racing his horses at the historic track and partner facilities after more than three years of banishment.

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RB Kenyan Drake announces retirement from NFL

Running back Kenyan Drake announced his retirement from the NFL on social media following eight seasons in the league.

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