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The Sweeper: Ronaldinho's new record.

Ronaldo's statue was unveiled, Ronaldinho releases a solo single and of course the Schweini gaff feature in The Sweeper.

Cricket

'Have to take the IPL stage by stage' - Gayle.

RCB batsman Chris Gayle is hoping to better last season's finish by winning the IPL this season

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Football

Can Argentina cope without Messi?

Alejandro Moreno discusses the impact of Lionel Messi's 4-match ban on Argentina's World Cup qualifying campaign.

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WATCH: Top 10 Neighbourhood Plays.

Ken Jeong joined our SportsCenter crew to give his insight into our Top 10 local plays.

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Manchester United

Football

Rashford's ceiling higher than Martial's.

Ale Moreno says it's not time to panic just yet for Marcus Rashford at Manchester United.

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Football

Burley: Neymar to United not happening.

Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson try to make sense of emerging rumours linking Neymar to Manchester United.

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Arsenal

Football

Is Henry a candidate to replace Wenger?

Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson discuss whether Thierry Henry could succeed Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.

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Arsenal

Football

Campbell: Arsenal need more players like Sanchez.

Arsenal legend and current T&T assistant Sol Campbell discusses Arsene Wenger's current situation and future at the Emirates.

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Football

The Sweeper: Defoe's heartwarming bond.

Jermain Defoe's inspiring pre-match photo, Barcelona's tic-tac-toe training game, and much more in the Sweeper.

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NBA

NBA

Fair to deny Harden MVP for having help?

The First Take crew debate if James Harden deserves MVP over Russell Westbrook despite having help from an efficient Rockets team.

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Lakers

NBA

Kobe happy to find passion outside of basketball.

Kobe Bryant hasn't hooped since retirement and makes no apologies for not missing the game of basketball.

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NBA

Kawhi stuffs LeBron's shot in Spurs' win.

LeBron James tries to muscle his way to the basket for a layup, but Kawhi Leonard denies his attempt with a blocked shot.

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NBA

Westbrook's last-minute jumper wins it for OKC.

Russell Westbrook gives the Thunder a 92-91 lead over the Mavericks with a late shot, leaving just 7.1 seconds on the clock for the Mavericks. With no timeouts remaining, the Mavs miss the shot at the other end as OKC takes a one-point victory.

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NCAAM

Lonzo not feeling pressure from LaVar's comments.

LaVar and Lonzo Ball join First Take to talk about the Ball family's future at UCLA and whether LaVar's comments have affected Lonzo on the court.

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Tennis

WATCH - Kyrgios pulls off tweener.

Nick Kyrgios managed to perform a hot dog to help him win a rally during his 6-4, 6-7 (4), 7-6 (2) victory over Ivo Karlovic at the Miami Open.

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Tennis

Kerber marches on in Miami.

Angelique Kerber has reached the quarterfinals of a WTA tournament for just the third time this year after beating Risa Ozaki in Miami.

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Raiders to Vegas

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Raiders

NFL

Goodell the big winner in Raiders move.

Domonique Foxworth and Jenny Vrentas explain how NFL commissioner Roger Goodell benefited from the Raiders' relocation to Las Vegas.

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Raiders

NFL

Jemele: Raiders' move to Vegas is 'disgraceful.'

Jemele Hill discusses on SC6 why the Raiders' move to Las Vegas is a disgrace to the city of Oakland and why she feels for the fans that are upset.

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Boxing

Could McGregor stun Mayweather?

With a fight between two of the biggest sporting icons of the 21st century looming, Steve Bunce assesses whether Conor McGregor would have any chance in the ring against Floyd Mayweather.

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Golf

Stenson confirms Scottish Open appearance.

Henrik Stenson confirmed he will participate at the 2017 Scottish Open to prepare for his Open Championship defence.

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SC Featured: Legacy of 261.

Fifty years ago, Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon. Her bib number, 261, is now a source of inspiration for women around the world.

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Football

Which England strikers will go to Russia?

Shaka Hislop talks which of England's strikers will most likely feature in the 2018 World Cup next summer.

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England

Football

Defoe talks goal, Vardy on his black-eye.

Jermain Defoe reveals emotions behind his first England goal in four years while Jamie Vardy tells the source of his black-eye.

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Football

Are Brazil the world's best right now?

Gab Marcotti and Alejandro Moreno enthusiastically debate whether Brazil can be called the world's best team right now.

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Cricket

'Not the start we were looking for' - Holder.

West Indies captain Jason Holder talks about his side's six-wicket defeat to Pakistan in the first T20I in Bridgetown.

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Tennis

Nadal rallies back against Kohlschreiber.

Rafael Nadal recovered from a slow start against Philipp Kohlschreiber to reach the last 16 of the Miami Open in his 1,000th match.

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Tennis

Nadal reflects on his 1,000th tour level match.

Rafael Nadal celebrated his 1,000th match with a come-from-behind win over Philipp Kohlschreiber to reach the fourth round of the Miami Open.

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Formula 1

Social story of the Australian Grand Prix.

What did the teams and drivers think of Australian Grand Prix? Here are some of the main talking points from Melbourne.

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Football

Bulgaria 2-0 Netherlands.

Spas Delev's first-half brace saw Bulgaria past the Netherlands 2-0 in Group A of World Cup Qualifying.

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Football

Dutch bravery and Belgian expectations.

FC's Janusz Michallik admires the Dutch for trying to take risks, and Belgium's inexperience despite their loaded roster.

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Football

Ronaldo still showing class for Portugal.

With a brace against Hungary, Janusz Michallik and Sebastian Salazar look at Portugal, and Ronaldo's hopes for WCQ.

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Arsenal

Football

Save the Gunners: Join our cause.

The Exploding Heads, ESPN FC and Leyton Orient join forces for an emotional appeal on behalf of Arsenal Football Club.

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