It takes time in the National Basketball Association for young talent to mesh and grow, and this postseason run was a learning opportunity for the 76ers. "... I don't really look at it". "If the team needs me to recruit, I'll be there". I'm with my family. "In that regard, I still feel like I am in the prime of my career".
Rooney has agreed a deal principle to join DC United in the summer, but there are suggestions that he wants to clear the air with Everton over his future at the club before taking a final call. "When he made it at Everton , his boyhood club, the world was surprised with that kid", Mourinho answered, as quoted by FourFourTwo . He added: "When Manchester United go on pre-season tours you can that the game has really caught on.
Speaking in an interview with ESPN FC , Burley said: "That statement, a quote from Wenger, is still flying around - I think it's relatively fresh - about that he's convinced they're only two or three players away from challenging". And the former Spain global believes Wenger's successor will find it hard to replicate the achievements of the 68-year-old. And he hopes his legacy will not only be remembered in terms of titles but also for the way Arsenal played football under him - as ...
The Red Sox were hoping he'd be ready to go for Saturday's start against the Toronto Blue Jays after he was scratched from Wednesday's start against the New York Yankees after being diagnosed with carpal tunnel. "I could feel it loosening up while I was out there", he said of his wrist, adding that he was able to throw breaking pitches. But Cora would not rule out the lefty needing a stint on the 10-day disabled list before returning to the Red Sox rotation.
Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals between the Warriors and the Rockets tips off in Houston on Monday night at 9 p.m. EDT with live TV coverage in the United States on TNT. The Cavs, for their parts, are finals of Eastern Conference and will be facing the Boston Celtics , who just outlasted he Philadelphia 76ers , 114-112, Thursday.
Substitute Manolo Gabbiadini scored the second-half victor as Southampton took a massive towards Premier League survival with a 1-0 win at relegation-haunted Swansea. Swansea is hosting Stoke on Sunday and a loss will mean they will be eliminated from the Premier League. The goal difference situation is pretty dire for the Swans as they are now -27 with Southampton only -18.