Dwyane Wade offered three-year, $25m deal by China’s Zhejiang Golden Bulls

Chinese media reports the Zhejiang Golden Bulls have offered the future Hall of Famer a $25m contract over three years With his NBA future still undecided, Dwyane Wade is apparently being courted heavily by teams in the Chinese Basketball Association. According to a report from Chinese journalist Zhang Dou, the…

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Francesco Molinari wins British Open as Tiger Woods falls short

Carnoustie, Scotland (CNN)The Tiger Woods fairytale may not quite have come true, but it was a dream finish for Francesco Molinari as he became the first Italian man to win a major with victory in the British Open. Molinari, the world No.15, kept his nerve in the circus surrounding the…

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Allow boxing in prisons, expert says

She said her research found “some really exciting work going on in prisons”. However, the psychologist and prison researcher said it was not widespread and there were “missed opportunities for using sport in efforts to reduce reoffending”. ‘Exciting work’ She said “professional staff” from across the secure estate – alongside…

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Chris Messina Is Fine With Not Being A Hollywood Chris. Maybe.

And that’s some bullshit, seeing as Chris Messina is the most talented and the most attractive of the Hollywood Chrises. (No offense to Rock, Noth, Cooper, Lee, Lloyd, O’Dowd, Tucker, Meloni or Walken, whose first name isn’t even Chris. Ditto the so-called real Hollywood Chrises: Pine, Evans, Hemsworth and Pratt.)…

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Serena Williams talked about coping with ‘postpartum emotions’ in candid Instagram post

Serena Williams at the San Jose State University Stadium Court, July 31, 2018.Image: Douglas Stringer/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Serena Williams has opened up about the emotional impact of motherhood in a candid Instagram post.  Williams began by referring to last week’s match against Johanna Konta at the Silicon Valley…

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From Fortnite to Love Island: how the fight to the death defines our times

From books and films to TV shows and video games, the last-man-standing trope is massively popular. Is it a reflection of our dog-eat-dog free-market ideology? You are dropped on to a remote island with only your wits. You are going to have to scavenge weapons, ammunition, first-aid kits and the…

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BT loses TV rights for more sports

BT boss Gavin Patterson to step down Eleven Sports win Serie A rights The loss means BT’s sport channels will show fewer popular sports, but the firm’s spokesperson said it was focusing on gaining more subscribers for its offering as well as “investing in more broadcast innovations.” They said the…

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The best iPhone deals in July 2018

Quotes for mobile phone contracts can sometimes be extortionate. The majority of people fall under the trap of thinking a deal proposed by their current provider for a new 24 month contract is the best bang for their buck. SEE ALSO: The cheapest VPN services in 2018: Get a VPN…

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Wales glows yellow for Geraint Thomas

Across Wales, buildings including castles and the national library have been lit up in yellow to honour Welshman Geraint Thomas winning the Tour de France. Image copyright The National Library of Wales Image caption The National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth saluted Thomas’s success ‘Bike sales jump’ on back of…

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The Fox Stands Alone, and the Rest of the Week in Games

Fighting game fans, you can probably guess what's leading the pack in this week's installment of Replay: one of the most exciting events in esports history. Alongside that, there's some long-overdue gameplay for Red Dead Redemption 2, along with a real tragedy for the game preservation community. It's not all…

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