The move was expected following the Butler trade . In Covington and Saric, Thibodeau noted the Wolves got two starters off a team that won 52 games a season ago. "Every so often you'll see it", Philadelphia coach Brett Brown said. Turns out, there's been so much an interest surrounding a hypothetical scenario where Butler emotionally devastates one of his new teammates that Bookmaker.eu recently posted a new prop, asking: "Which 76ers teammate will Jimmy Butler make cry this ...
Ronaldo got involved in ball kid duties while watching world number one Novak Djokovic's opening match against John Isner of America as the tennis ball bounced into the stands near the first row where he was sitting. Two games later Djokovic sealed victory with a crosscourt backhand victor. The victory helped the five-times champion to move within sight of the semi-finals.
With the score tied at 106 and four seconds left in the fourth quarter, Green beat Durant to a defensive rebound to secure possession. Green then grabbed a rebound with five seconds remaining and dribbled into a sea of Clippers defenders at midcourt, only to lose the ball and a chance to win in regulation.
Though Rohit Sharma (4) and KL Rahul (17) walked out early, Rishabh Pant (58) has been consistent and made India chase the target by 20 overs. "I don´t think wicket is going to change much", said India skipper Rohit Sharma . Chahal, who got a lot of turn, was the most successful Indian bowler with 2 for 28 from four overs, but faced the heat towards the end when Pooran and Bravo went on the attack.
Cape Town - Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola appears to have reprimanded in-form forward Raheem Sterling for showboating in the final moments of the 3-1 win over Man United on Sunday. Defeat means United are as close to Cardiff in the relegation zone as league-leading City - a 12-point gap that was mentioned to Mourinho when asked whether their title hopes were over.
Even playing against Chelsea , in the first half we did that well. "Of course we are still unbeaten and everything is nice, but to me it feels like we have dropped points". The Senegalese worldwide said that his side have a lot of belief in themselves and their ability, and that things have changed under Marco Silva to a more offensive way of playing.