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Pistons' Jackson on crutches: 'Everything happens for a reason'

The pain was mounting, but Pistons guard Reggie Jackson just wanting to keep pushing through tendinitis.        
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Missing out on a first European Cup quarter-final was punishment enough for John Muldoon, but the knowledge that Connacht had forfeited the opportunity to front up to Munster at Thomond Park in the ne
Serena Williams insists she has nothing to lose when she takes on Britain’s Johanna Konta at the Australian Open tonight (midnight).
Ryan Mason was conscious and communicating as the Hull midfielder continues his recovery following surgery on a fractured skull.
There were big celebrations going on in Dublin last evening after Colaiste Pobail Setanta claimed victory on the opening day of the Subway All-Ireland Schools Cup basketball finals at the National Bas
Is Ligue 1 becoming fashionable again? France Football asked its readers in an internet poll last week.
Arsene Wenger could face a touchline ban after the Arsenal boss was hit with an FA misconduct charge following two altercations with the fourth official during Sunday’s Premier League win over B
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is determined to help Steven Gerrard become the best manager he can be.
The Six Nations is not supposed to be the time for experimentation but that has not prevented Ireland boss Joe Schmidt from continuing to his mission to develop strength in depth ahead of the 2019 Wor
Peter O’Mahony believes Munster and Ireland scrum-half Conor Murray deserves better protection from his team-mates as opponents try to negate the impact of one of world rugby’s best number
The call-up of the Scannell brothers, Niall and Rory, to Ireland’s RBS 6 Nations squad is as much a cause for celebration at Dolphin as it is Munster.
England players are to have restrictions placed on their use of mobile phones as part of a drive to improve skill levels leading into the next World Cup.
The newly-formed Club Players Association has made its first significant stand by calling on GAA Director General Paraic Duffy to “park” his proposals for Championship reform.
As far as Jonny Cooper is concerned, he is available for selection against Cavan on Sunday week, although his 2016 disciplinary record indicates he must serve a one-match ban.
You’ve had a taste. You said to yourself you’d leave it off this time but you couldn’t resist. You’ve pressed the screen of your phone a few times and, hey presto, you’re
The way Donnchadh Walsh uttered it, he didn’t intend for it to be news, but news it most certainly is — Colm Cooper and Kieran Donaghy are set to be part of the Kerry effort this season.
Here’s the lowdown on today’s seven games...
The hurlers of Clare and Cork will meet tomorrow night after all, with the Munster Council deciding the Co-Op Munster Hurling League clash must go ahead, despite the Banner County&rsquo
For an Irishman steeped in the sporting history of his native land, Paudie O’Connor is still not hungry to strike into new territory.
Veteran Aidan O’Mahony bid adieu to the Kerry jersey yesterday after admitting to himself he couldn’t give it the necessary “110%” this year.
Games Tuesday (Ynares Sports Arena, Pasig) 3 p.m. - JRU vs Blustar 5 p.m. - Cignal vs AMA
Shanghai Shenhua signed Argentine striker Carlos Tevez for a reported 84 million euros, but Toure said money was not everything to him.
Subaru confirms the new compact crossover will make its world debut on 7 March at the Geneva Motor Show.
Dion Waiters scored a last-gasp three-pointer as the Miami Heat stunned the Golden State Warriors 105-102 Monday to snap the NBA pace-setters' seven-game win streak
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former champion Stan Wawrinka engaged in a war of words with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga before winning the only argument that mattered on Tuesday, storming into the Australian Open semi-
The final score of a three-set affair read 6-4, 5-7, 10-3 in favour of Bopanna and Dabrowski.
The number of sixes (56) and boundaries (200) hit by Indian and English batsmen was also the most by any two teams in a three-match series.
Games Wednesday (January 25) (Filoil Flying V Center) 8 a.m. - CSB vs SSC (Jrs)
Coco Vandeweghe reached her first career Grand Slam semifinal with her second straight upset.        
Tennis Channel recaps the day at the Australian Open, where Venus Williams became the oldest woman to reach the semifinals and Coco Vandeweghe reached her first career Grand Slam semi.   
Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid has told visiting Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko that she supports continued sanctions against Russia over its involvement in eastern Ukraine. Kaljulaid said
Industrial production in Ukraine in 2016 increased by 2.4 percent after a decline lasting four years: in 2015 it fell by 13 percent, in 2014 by 10.1 percent, in 2013 by 4.3 percent, and in 2012 by 0.7
Shakib has moved up one position to 22nd spot, while Latham moved up one place to 14th spot in the ICC Player Rankings for Test Bowlers.
Venus and Serena Williams will both be playing in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open this week. The sisters have notched some impressive and dominant performances while in Melbourne and cou
Have a look at a round-up of all the Man Utd news and transfer rumours with just a week to go before the close of the January window.

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