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The Villanova junior answered a double-clutch, game-tying 3-pointer by North Carolina's Marcus Paige with a buzzer-beating 3 of his own on Monday night to lift the Wildcats to a 77-74 victory and the US collegiate championship. The shot came on a play Villanova works on every day in practice: Jenkins inbounds the ball to Ryan Arcidiacono, he works it up court and forward Daniel Ochefu sets a pick near halfcourt to clutter things up. This time, the senior point guard made an underhanded flip to Jenkins, who spotted up a pace or two behind the arc and swished it with Carolina's Isaiah Hicks running at him. Jenkins had to come up big after Paige collected a pass on the top right side of the arc and, with Arcidiacono running at him, double clutched and pumped it in to tie the game at 74 with 4.7 seconds left. Coach Jay Wright called a timeout and sent in the play the Wildcats (33-5) have worked on all season. Jenkins finished with 14 points - the last three as memorable as any that have been scored in the history of the Final Four. This adds to the title Villanova won in 1985, when Rollie Massimino, who was on hand on Monday night, coaxed a miracle out of his eighth-seeded underdogs for a victory over star-studded Georgetown. Jenkins, who was adopted by the family of North Carolina guard Nate Britt when his mother moved to take a coaching job, now has a spot alongside - and probably above - Keith Smart, Lorenzo Charles, Christian Laettner and everyone else who ever made a late game-winner to win a big one in March Madness.
Paige finished with 21 and Joel Berry II had 20 for the Heels (33-7), the only No 1 seed to make the Final Four. Not surprisingly, tears flowed from the 65-year-old coach who, some speculate, could have worked his last game on the sideline; the entire sports program at Chapel Hill is under NCAA scrutiny and awaiting possible penalties for a long-running academic fraud case. With both of his families in the house - the one that took him in and provided the stability he needed, and the one that realized that what they could give him might not be what he needed most - Jenkins drained a 3-pointer at the buzzer on Monday night to give the Wildcats their first national championship since 1985.
The 77-74 victory over North Carolina also gave Jenkins bragging rights for life over his brother, Tar Heels guard Nate Britt. On the last play, which began with 4.7 seconds left, Jenkins was the player to inbound the ball from under his own basket to Ryan Arcidiacono.
Wright said he wanted Britt more than he wanted Jenkins when he started recruiting the brothers from the Baltimore area. Villanova Wildcats forward Kris Jenkins celebrates with fans after defeating the North Carolina Tar Heels in Monday’s championship game of the NCAA tournament at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. The Dodgers did that quite well on Monday, getting a brilliant seven innings from Clayton Kershaw in a record-setting 15-0 victory against the San Diego Padres.
When it was over, reliever Yimi Garcia handed Roberts the game ball and Yasiel Puig and Adrian Gonzalez led a celebratory water and Gatorade bath. Kershaw (1-0) allowed Jon Jay's single to left field with two outs in the third and then retired his last 13 batters.
Five straight Dodgers reached against Tyson Ross (0-1) with one out in the five-run sixth, with Kershaw's single to center chasing the tall right-hander.
Roberts, who played for the Dodgers and Padres, and San Diego first-year manager Andy Green exchanged lineup cards at the plate before the game. Roberts was on San Diego's coaching staff the past five seasons, including the previous two as bench coach, but could not get an interview for the team's managerial vacancy. The 23-year-old Colorado Rockies shortstop became the first player in major league history to hit multiple home runs in his big league debut on opening day. Both came off Zack Greinke - a three-run shot in the third inning and a solo home run in the fourth. Story is the first National League player to hit at least two homers in his first major league game.
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw gets ready to deliver against the San Diego Padres at Petco Park in San Diego on Monday. In his 144th and last game for Villanova, with his last pass, he became a national champion and the Final Four MVP.
The unselfish point guard was dribbling toward the basket with the clock winding down and defenders closing in when he heard Kris Jenkins calling for the ball from behind. Arcidiacono passed to his open teammate, whose 3-pointer beat the buzzer for a 77-74 victory over North Carolina on Monday night. The Pennsylvania kid born nine years after Villanova's only other title in 1985 scored 16 points against North Carolina after scoring 15 in its record semifinal victory over Oklahoma.
Arcidiacono savored every moment during the championship celebration on the court, hoisting the trophy above his head. The senior guard hugged numerous people and took pictures with Villanova family and friends. New Chelsea coach Antonio Conte is a no-nonsense operator who does not suffer fools easily. After months of speculation, Conte on Monday confirmed he will become the long-term replacement for fired Jose Mourinho on a three-year deal that will see him take over from Chelsea caretaker manager Guus Hiddink in July. Currently coach of Italy, Conte takes the Stamford Bridge reins after this summer's Euro 2016, where the Azzurri will be out to make amends for a first-round exit at the 2014 World Cup. At Chelsea, Conte returns to his first love of day-to-day soccer, which he missed dearly during a largely successful but ultimately unhappy spell in charge of the Azzurri following their bungle in Brazil. It was regarded as a surprising move at the time for Conte after steering an unstoppable Juventus to three consecutive league titles, and no one was surprised when he answered the distant calling of club soccer. The fact it was Chelsea is a huge bonus and sets Conte up for his first foreign assignment.
Although an emerging Juve side never got past the last eight in the Champions League under Conte, his influence - and ire - was felt. In his autobiography, former Juventus midfield great Andrea Pirlo complained that Conte's words "assault you".
Buffon was reportedly the target of a Conte tongue-lashing after he told the coach to cheekily "wait" while, before the last match of the season, he discussed the question of bonuses for the title the team had won weeks earlier.
The Juve goalkeeper was hauled over the coals, the team got the message and went out to beat Cagliari 3-0. Comparisons to former Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson are inevitable, but after years under Mourinho, Chelsea's players - those who decide not to desert after failure to reach the Champions League - will be expected to adapt. Dialog might initially have to be kept to a minimum as Conte has been learning English for only the past year. Conte said he is "looking forward to the day-to-day challenge of competing in the Premier League", but the pressure will be on the 46-year-old - who as a player steered Juve to the 1996 Champions League title and five Serie A crowns - in what will be a rebuilding season for the Blues. Hailed as "captain, leader, legend" on the banner hung by adoring fans at Stamford Bridge, John Terry's credentials as a Chelsea icon and a major inspiration behind its success are well established, yet Conte will be faced with the thorny problem of potentially ending that two-decade love affair. Regardless of who stays or goes, Conte should already know he must rebuild the squad's shattered morale after what even the club was forced to admit was "palpable discord" between Mourinho and the players in the final months of his reign. But even the mild mannered Guus Hiddink, installed as interim boss, has only been able to coax a small improvement in the quality of the team's performances so far this season. Although Diego Costa's goals fired Chelsea to the Premier League title in his debut season, he was already earning a reputation as the unapologetically snarling face of Jose Mourinho's combative team and if anything he has become more moody this year.
With owner Roman Abramovich reportedly unhappy with Chelsea's failure to produce more homegrown talents despite his huge investment in the youth academy, Conte could earn some early praise from his employer by unearthing a gem or two among the youngsters learning their trade at the club's leafy Cobham headquarters. Conte would be wise to try to make the most of promising midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 20, and other more untested but highly-rated youngsters like Charly Musonda, Lewis Baker and Dom Solanke.
Rewind 12 months and Eden Hazard appeared to have the world at his feet as he prepared to accept two Footballer of the Year awards and a Premier League winners' medal while being feted by Jose Mourinho as the equal of superstars Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Brazilian superstar Neymar could leave Barcelona to join Paris Saint Germain if the French giant pays his huge 193 million euros ($220 million) buyout clause, his agent said on Monday.
Laurent Blanc's men wrapped up their fourth successive league title in record time in March, and face Manchester City in the Champions League quarterfinal first leg at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday.
With superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic, courted by some of Europe's top clubs, in possibly his last season in France, PSG has reportedly identified Neymar as its No 1 target before the new season starts in August. Ribeiro's comments caused a stir in Spain, with Barcelona defender Gerard Pique suggesting he could never envisage Neymar leaving the European champion. Golf's major championships threw their support behind the sport's return to the Olympics on Monday, offering exemptions formen's and women's gold medal winners this year to all Grand Slam events. Augusta National chairman Billy Payne, who ran the 1996 Atlanta Games, told a media conference the men's gold medal winner in Rio de Janeiro, where golf will make its return to the Summer Games for the first time in more than a century, would get an invitation to the 2017 Masters.
The Royal and Ancient and Ladies Golf Union will offer similar one-year exemptions to the men's and women's British Opens while the PGA of America and United States Golf Association followed suit with their two flagship events.
Gonzalo Higuain will pay for a moment of madness during Napoli's title-crushing 3-1 defeat to Udinese by serving a four-game Serie A ban, a report in Italy claimed on Monday. If confirmed, Higuain, the driving force behind Napoli's bid for a first title in 26 years, would miss its two most difficult games, away to Inter Milan and Roma, amid an already challenging run-in for the Azzurri. Reports earlier on Monday suggested Higuain's violent reaction near the end of a bad tempered clash at the Stadio Friuli on Sunday would earn him a "minimum" three-game ban. Police are looking into sexual threats made on Twitter against the one-year-old daughter of Leicester City and England striker Jamie Vardy.
The threats came after the fiancee of the Foxes forward posted pictures of the couple's child wearing a Leicester shirt ahead of the Premier League leaders' 1-0 win over Southampton on Sunday. Police in Leicestershire launched an investigation into the threats after a formal complaint was made on Monday. Rebekah Nicholson tweeted shots of her daughter wearing a T-shirt with 'Daddy' emblazoned on the back, and this prompted rape threats on the social networking site.
Four Russian judokas are the latest athletes to test positive for meldonium as the scandal over the banned substance continues to rock the country, local media reported on Monday. An unnamed source told TASS news agency the four judokas are 2012 world champion Mikhail Pulyaev, Denis Yartsev, Natalia Kondratieva and Yekaterina Valkova.
The country's judo federation, however, refused to comment on the case or name any athletes who had tested positive for the banned medicine. Waqar Younis has quit as Pakistan coach only a day after Shahid Afridi stepped down as Twenty20 captain. Pakistan lost three group matches at the World Twenty20 and made an early exit from the tournament in India. The Basketball Hall of Fame's class of 2016 is very impressive: Yao Ming, Allen Iverson, Shaquille O'Neal, Sheryl Swoopes, Tom Izzo and Jerry Reinsdorf.
And if there's a class clown, it would be the affable Iverson, who knows he still won't be able to shake his infamous rant about practice. He admitted even his children mock him for the 2002 news conference that saw him repeat the phrase about 20 times. Iverson, selected by the Philadelphia 76ers with the first overall pick in the 1996 NBA draft, was named rookie of the year and went on to become an 11-time All-Star. John Thompson, his coach at Georgetown, was there to celebrate the latest honor with his former player. Iverson was asked to reminisce on the impressive dunking he did in his career despite being only 6-feet tall. O'Neal, the top overall pick in the 1992 draft by the Orlando Magic, was the NBA MVP in 2000, a three-time NBA Finals MVP and 15-time All-Star.
The man who has a plethora of nicknames was asked if he hopes to get a new one when he is inducted into the hall in September.
O'Neal had a simple mindset when he entered the NBA, one that he got from his love of karate movies.
Swoopes helped Texas Tech to a national title, won four WNBA titles with the Houston Comets, was a three-time WNBA MVP and won three Olympic gold medals. She grew up in rural Texas and hopes her election can be an inspiration to children from small towns everywhere.
Izzo, Michigan's State coach, won a national title in 2000 and has taken the Spartans to the Final Four seven times.
Allen Iverson of the Philadelphia 76ers drives past Houston Rockets' Yao Ming during a 2005 game.
Darell Garretson (referee): Served as an NBA official for 27 years, officiating 1,798 regular season games, 269 playoff games, 41 Finals games and five All-Star Games. Tom Izzo (coach) - Has led Michigan State to seven NCAA Final Four appearances (1999-01, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2015).
John McLendon (coach) - The first coach to win three consecutive national championships, leading Tennessee State to NAIA National Championships in 1957, 1958 and 1959. Cumberland Posey (player) - Posey was an exceptional multisport athlete recognized as the greatest African American basketball player of his time, playing from the early 1900s to mid-1920s. Yao Ming (player) - Yao Ming changed the face of global basketball as a respected player and ambassador of the game. Zelmo Beaty (player) - Zelmo 'Big Z' Beaty was a powerful force for Prairie View A&M averaging 25 points and 20 rebounds per game (1958-62). A splurge of Chinese investment has taken world soccer by storm in recent months and the benefits are being reaped in a city that has consistently produced the world's best team for the past decade. Facing perilous debts of $216 million, Barcelona-based Espanyol was taken over in January with Chinese entertainment company Rastar Group acquiring a 54 percent stake for an $80 million investment.
Rastar's is not the only major investment from Asia as Spain's La Liga looks to keep tabs on the financial might of England's Premier League powered by a huge television rights deal that takes effect next season. Chinese conglomerate Wanda bought a 20 percent stake in 10-time Spanish champion Atletico Madrid last year before announcing its move into soccer on the world stage by becoming FIFA's first top level sponsor since the departure of Sepp Blatter as president. Singaporean businessman Peter Lim's Meriton investments group has plunged more than $600 million into Valencia since completing a takeover in 2014.


Money has also been piled into the Chinese game domestically with the country's transfer record falling four times during a record $440 million splurge during the winter transfer window.
The drive behind the investment lies in President Xi Jinping's interest in soccer and China's hopes to one day host the World Cup. La Liga sent 36 coaches to work in Chinese soccer schools in February, while Saturday's El Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid was screened in 30 cinemas across China with special La Liga organized events held in Shanghai and Beijing. On the field, Espanyol president Chen Yansheng is hoping to make China's presence felt in Spain as he set an ambitious target of Champions League soccer within three years for a side more accustomed to languishing in the bottom half of the table.
Yet, in contrast to the free-spending approach adopted by the likes of Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain to establish themselves in the Champions League, Robert said Espanyol's plan is to build financially stable foundations. The question was more a reflection of his imperfect English than a display of brazenness, but after having the word explained to him, the 64-year-old Italian put his hand around his own throat and mimicked a throttling noise.
When the laughter in the King Power Stadium media room following Sunday's 1-0 victory over Southampton subsided, Ranieri smiled and said: "No, no, no. Leicester's win, courtesy of captain Wes Morgan's 38th minute header, left the team needing 12 points from its last six games to complete one of the most improbable title triumphs in soccer history. But while the city of Leicester, in central England, is abuzz with excitement, Ranieri is determined not to let the title fervor get the better of either him or his players. The win over Southampton was Leicester's fifth 1-0 success in six matches and it is ticking off its remaining games with the dead-eyed professionalism of seasoned trophy winners. The final whistle brought a giddy end to a giddy day, which started with home fans collecting free bottles of beer and doughnuts courtesy of the club's Thai chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha in celebration of his birthday on Monday. Vichai was present to see his team's latest success and Ranieri revealed after that the boss had been serenaded by the players. Ranieri also praised Morgan, the hulking 32-year-old centerback, who registered his first goal since last May after shrugging off a cold that he had picked up on international duty with Jamaica. In the second half, substitute Charlie Austin drove the ball against Robert Huth's hand, but on both occasions referee Michael Oliver allowed play to continue, much to beaten manager Ronald Koeman's annoyance.
Top English soccer clubs, including Premier League leader Leicester City, have angrily denied a newspaper report that a doctor who prescribed performance-enhancing drugs treated their players. Leicester, defending champion Chelsea and Arsenal were cited in a Sunday Times report in which London-based private doctor Mark Bonar was secretly filmed talking about providing professional athletes with banned substances.
All three clubs strongly denied the allegations as it emerged the Omniya clinic in London, where the 38-year-old doctor rented consulting rooms, had ended his professional services agreement on Friday after learning he does not have a current licence to practice medicine in the UK. Several hours after the Sunday Times published its story, Leicester won 1-0 at home to Southampton to go seven points clear at the summit of English soccer.
After Sunday's match, Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri was asked what he thought of the allegations. But before the Italian could answer, a club spokesman stepped in and referred reporters to a Leicester statement issued earlier on Sunday which made clear the East Midlands side's disgust at being linked to the report. London teams Chelsea and Arsenal issued similarly strong statements denying any link to Bonar.
The "Panama Papers" claim the law firm of a FIFA ethics watchdog had business relationships with three men recently indicted in soccer's global corruption scandal. Documents also bring to light how some players use offshore companies to bank money from marketing deals.
The findings are the result a year-long investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung and other media outlets.
The records show a law firm belonging to Juan Pedro Damiani, a member of FIFA's Independent Ethics Committee, did work for offshore companies linked to Eugenio Figueredo, a former FIFA vice-president who has been indicted in the US on wire fraud and money laundering charges. A spokesman for the ethics panel told the ICIJ that Damiani had informed the committee in March that he has had business ties to Figueredo. However, the panel has launched an investigation into Damiani's relationship with Figueredo. Through a spokesman, Damiani told the ICIJ he was not authorized to make statements while officials in Uruguay are investigating allegations of corruption related to FIFA. The 11 million leaked records from the files of Mossack Fonseca, a Panama-based law firm, include the names of 20 high-profile footballers. Messi and his father, Jorge, are already due to stand trial in May charged with tax fraud for allegedly failing to declare $4.69 million in taxes related to his image rights between 2007 and 2009 through front companies in Belize and Uruguay. The pair is accused of ceding the player's image rights to the companies in order to avoid declaring money made from lucrative deals with sponsors in Spain. The ICIJ said the documents also allege Platini turned to Mossack Fonseca to help him administer an offshore company created in Panama in 2007. Platini is serving a six-year ban from all soccer-related activity for an ethics breach after former FIFA president Sepp Blatter approved a $2 million payment to the Frenchman in 2011 for consultancy work done without a contract a decade earlier.
Van Gaal's job as manager has been the subject of widespread speculation since United's early exit from the Champions League group stage in December. That failure was compounded by United's defeat in the second-tier Europa League by archrival Liverpool last month.
However, van Gaal, who has been tipped to make a summer departure to make way for former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, was in a confident mood following a 1-0 win over Everton at Old Trafford on Sunday. It was United's fourth win in five domestic league games and left it just a point behind fourth-place Manchester City, currently occupying the final Champions League spot available to English clubs. Van Gaal has been under fire from critics and fans alike, yet he can make great strides with his young squad in what will be a critical month of April. Home matches against Aston Villa and Crystal Palace offer six points to a team that has grown in stature at Old Trafford in recent weeks, while van Gaal can steer United into the FA Cup final by first winning an admittedly tough replay with West Ham and then a Wembley semifinal against Everton. Van Gaal now needs to manage his players wisely at the stage of a season where fatigue can creep in, especially with international demands thrown in as well.
Daley Blind, who was superb in policing the menace of Belgium striker Romalu Lukaku at Old Trafford, is a case in point. Anthony Martial, who scored United's lone goal against Everton on Sunday, has also been a willing workhorse in United's cause.
Winning four of the past five Grand Slam titles has Novak Djokovic thinking about surpassing Roger Federer's record 17 Slam titles, but it is not a major motivation for the world No 1 just yet.
The 28-year-old Serbian superstar, who captured his 11th Grand Slam crown at the Australian Open in January, won his fourth title of the year on Sunday, beating Japan's Kei Nishikori 6-3, 6-3 in the Miami Open final. Djokovic matched Andre Agassi with a sixth career Miami crown by taking his third in a row.
In the past 23 Grand Slam events, Djokovic has 10 titles, seven runner-up efforts, five semifinal losses and one quarterfinal defeat. As the ATP season shifts from hard courts to clay, Djokovic knows he can complete a career grand slam and add to his hefty total of major trophies with a triumph at June's French Openl. A trophy hoisting at Roland Garros, where he has lost in the final each of the past two years, would bring Djokovic his fourth Grand Slam crown in a row, giving him possession of all four major titles at once. Djokovic will play at Monte Carlo and plans to play in Madrid and Rome, but more runs to finals might have him reconsider his French Open tuneup plans. Novak Djokovic tosses a souvenir to fans after his straight sets win over Kei Nishikori in Sunday's final of the Miami Open at Crandon Park Tennis Center in Key Biscayne, Florida. Given no choice but to start the game by Royals manager Ned Yost, the veteran right-hander responded with six scoreless innings. His bullpen then held on through three more shaky frames and Kansas City beat the New York Mets 4-3 in the first opening day rematch of World Series finalists. The Mets rallied for three runs off Joakim Soria in the eighth, then put runners on the corners with one out against Wade Davis in the ninth.
Volquez (1-0) allowed two hits and three walks in outdueling Matt Harvey, who also opposed him in Game 5 of the World Series.
There wound up being little good about opening night for the NL East champs, still in search of their first championship in three decades.
The Mets spent nearly an hour before the first pitch reliving last year's World Series defeat through a steady stream of highlights on the crown-shaped big screen, then had to watch the raising of the championship banner over the Royals Hall of Fame in left field at Kauffman Stadium. Cespedes, the Gold Glove outfielder whose shoddy fielding hurt the Mets in the Series, dropped an easy fly ball in the first inning that ultimately led to the Royals' opening run. Kansas City then strung together a couple of singles before Kendrys Morales popped a sacrifice fly to center in the fourth, and Alex Gordon and Omar Infante added two-out RBI singles in the sixth. The right-hander escaped a jam by getting Travis d'Arnaud to ground out in the second inning, then watched first baseman Eric Hosmer make a nice diving stop to escape a sticky spot in the third.
The biggest misstep Volquez made may have been fashion-related - he wore his spring training hat with a gold crown over the interlocking "KC" to start the game. Mets: Harvey got the start despite having a blood clot in his bladder that led to a minor procedure last week. Dyson will be sidelines for a few more weeks with an oblique injury that he sustained in the first game of spring training. During the pregame festivities, Kansas City DH Morales picked up his Silver Slugger Award, and 1B Hosmer, C Perez and SS Alcides Escobar got their Gold Gloves.
The remaining members of last season's Royals are scheduled to get their World Series championship rings before Tuesday's game. Pittsburgh chipped away at Wainwright in six solid if not spectacular innings as the Cardinals fell 4-1 on Sunday.
Starting pitcher Edinson Volquez of the Kansas City Royals unloads against the New York Mets during the first inning of Sunday's MLB season opener at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.
Carlos Brathwaite struck four straight sixes in the last over of the World Twenty20 final to seal a dramatic four-wicket win for West Indies over England on Sunday. The West Indies needed 19 runs in the 20th over which Brathwaite (34 not out) provided in style by smashing Ben Stokes for sixes off the first four balls. Brathwaite ensured that hard work put in by Marlon Samuels, who struck 85 not out off 66 balls, did not go to waste, with Stokes appearing inconsolable at the end of the game.
The West Indies finished on 161-6 in 19.4 overs after restricting England to 155-9, when Brathwaite took 3-23. Ye Shiwen, who won gold for China at the 2012 London Olympics, only managed a seventh-place finish in her signature event, the 400m individual medley, at the National Swimming Championships and Olympic trials in Foshan, Guangdong province, on Sunday. The Chicago Cubs boosted their payroll by $51 million, adding Jason Heyward, John Lackey and Ben Zobrist in an effort to win their first title since 1908.
After beating the Cubs in the National League Championship Series and losing to Kansas City in the World Series, the New York Mets hiked spending by nearly $38 million. The Dodgers are opening the new MLB season with 10 players on the disabled list after catcher Yasmani Grandal and infielder Howie Kendrick were injured on the weekend. Grandal (right forearm soreness) and Kendrick (strained left calf) were placed on the 15-day DL on Sunday, retroactive to March 25.
Australia will take its national sport into the homes of millions of Chinese, with the Australia Football League brokering a deal for two games to be broadcast into China in the coming weeks.
On Sunday, Port Adelaide announced an agreement with China Central Television to televise two of the AFL club's games throughout the country in April. CCTV will showcase the South Australian club's Round 3 game against Essendon on Friday night and its Round 5 fixture against Geelong on April 23.
A 25-part documentary series about Port Adelaide's 146-year history - among other AFL football-related stories - will also be broadcast to the Chinese audience. Jim Herman delivered a career performance at just the right time to win the Shell Houston Open on Sunday. Herman, winless in 105 previous starts on the PGA Tour, chipped in for birdie on the par-3 16th and finished with two solid pars for a 4-under 68 and a one-shot victory that sends him to the Masters for the first time in his career. Herman tapped in for par and thrust both fists in the air after his one-shot victory over Henrik Stenson. The Houston Open was the final opportunity for players to get into the Masters, and Herman, at No 191 in the world, seemed like a long shot. Jordan Spieth made four straight birdies early in his round, but two shots into the water led to double bogeys and a 70. It was the third time since 2008 that a player won the Houston Open to get into the Masters, and Herman might be the most unlikely.
Ten years ago, he was working as an assistant pro at Trump Bed minster in New Jersey when he played one day with course owner and Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, who wanted to know why he was selling shirts instead of competing against the best.
Trump encouraged him to give it another shot and Herman eventually made it out to the PGA Tour. This is his fifth full season on the big tour and he still wears "Trump" on his golf shirts. Jim Herman celebrates his victory on the 18th green after Sunday's final round of the Houston Open in Humble, Texas.
The 18-year-old world No 1, who broke from the pack to close with a three-under 69 at Mission Hills Country Club and finish at 12-under-par 276,won her second successive major title after taking the Evian Championship last year. The season's first major looked headed for a playoff when Jutanugarn's bogey at the par-three 17th set up a three-way tie for the lead. But Ko, who was coming off a win at last week's Kia Classic, secured her 12th LPGA Tour victory by striking a precise wedge from 88 yards to set up a one-foot birdie putt. Following her triumph, Ko took the traditional leap into Poppie's Pond next to the 18th green along with her mother, sister, caddie and caddie's fiance.
The South Korean-born Ko was bogey free for the final round and made several crucial putts to stay in the hunt, including a pair of long birdie putts on the front nine and a solid par-save on the 13th to stay two shots back of Jutanugarn.


Jutanugarn, 20, made a red-hot start to her quest for a first LPGA Tour win as she carded five birdies and one bogey over her opening 11 holes. But Jutanugarn was undone by a disastrous finish that saw her three-putt at 16 and send her tee shot at 17 sailing into a bunker before she ended up finding water on 18.
The 30-year-old Russian, who won the Miami Open crown on Saturday, weighed in last week on the gender pay equity issue raised when the former Indian Wells tournament director and top-ranked Novak Djokovic made comments knocking level prize money for men and women. It came on the same day the US women's national soccer team, reigning Women's World Cup and three-time defending Olympic champion, went to the government to seek equal pay to their male counterparts. Kuznetsova says men can have children and start families in their 20s without surrendering a year or more of their careers. British world No 2 Andy Murray, 28, became a father in February, his wife, Kim, giving birth to daughter, Sophia.
And 28-year-old Djokovic, who eventually took back his comments, became a father in October 2014 when his son, Stefan, was born. Roger Federer, 34, has a record 17 Grand Slam titles and four children, two sets of twins, one born in 2014 and the other in 2009, a year when he won two Grand Slam titles and was twice a Slam runner-up.
Kuznetsova also noted the expensive nature of the tour life, paying for personal coaches and trainers in order to maximize potential and extend careers.
Brazil's government sounded the alarm on Saturday over meager sales of Olympic tickets and public apathy just five months before Rio hosts South America's first Games. With worries about the Zika virus, high crime and a major political crisis already overshadowing the August 5 opening ceremony, Brazil now faces the embarrassing prospect of empty stadiums. Only 50 percent of tickets to the Olympics have sold so far, Rio 2016 organizing committee spokesman Phil Wilkinson said. A British doctor has alleged he prescribed banned performance-enhancing drugs to 150 sportsmen including several Premier League footballers, according to a Sunday Times report. The paper said Dr Mark Bonar claimed his "clients" included an England cricketer, British Tour de France cyclists, a British boxing champion, tennis players and martial arts competitors as well as footballers.
Russia's best male gymnast could miss the Olympics after he became the latest to test positive for the banned substance meldonium.
Nikolai Kuksenkov with drew from the national championships after being informed of the failed doping test on Saturday, a day after winning the individual all around title. North Carolina will look for its sixth NCAA championship when the Tar Heels meet the Villanova Wildcats, trying for their second, on Monday night. Denver Nuggets forward Danilo Gallinari, out of action since February with a right ankle injury, won't return this NBA season. Gallinari told the Denver Post on on Saturday e is still not fit to play, which means he will have missed the final 23 games of the season. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick met with Broncos GM John Elway at Elway's Denver home last week to talk about restructuring his contract as part of a trade with the San Francisco 49ers. A person, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the talks, said they met on Thursday, the same day Kaepernick's $11.9 million salary for this season became guaranteed. Barcelona coach Luis Enrique said his team would not allow Saturday's 2-1 home defeat by bitter rival Real Madrid affect its confidence. La Liga leader Barca was the better side for most of the Clasico but a late goal by Cristiano Ronaldo helped third-placed Real close the gap on the Catalans to seven points with seven games to go. Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo scores the decisive second goal against Barcelona at Camp Nou on Saturday. Luis Enrique does not believe the defeat will damage Barca's title challenge or its bid to retain the Champions League and King's Cup. Enrique said his side struggled to cope with the shock of losing its lead so soon after Gerard Pique had put them in front in the 56th minute, Karim Benzema leveling for Real six minutes later.
Real coach Zinedine Zidane was cautious when asked if the victory could spark a late title bid. Meanwhile, Real forward Gareth Bale said, "If we want to win the league this was a game we had to win. Jenkins was out of shape and Wright was not sure he could put in the work needed to play Villanova basketball. The previous mark was a 14-0 win by the Pittsburgh Pirates over the Cincinnati Reds in 1911. It was the first opening day meeting of two rookie skippers since Fredi Gonzalez of Florida and Manny Acta of Washington in 2007. Before walking off the podium, the guard scooped up two big handfuls of confetti, tossed it into the air and enjoyed another shower of the colorful strips as he walked down the steps. He eventually cut off the last piece of the championship net, and was the one carrying the trophy when the team left the court. The Tar Heels, the only No 1 seed to make it to the Final Four, got even when Marcus Paige made a double-clutch 3-pointer with 4.7 seconds left.
Now his tough reputation - built on three success-laden years at Juventus - is about to face the Premier League acid test.
As a former midfielder and captain with Juventus, Conte's commitment was legendary and the trait has followed him throughout a successful coaching career that saw him lay the foundations for a Juventus team that has since become a serious player in the Champions League. He also lamented having chosen the locker in front of the Juventus dressing room door, the usual target for the bottles of water Conte threw.
Recently, former West Ham forward Paolo di Canio warned him: "Try to learn the English mentality quickly. The 35-year-old defender dropped a bombshell in January when he announced he will leave at the end of the season because the club had told him he wouldn't be given a contract extension. Mourinho's abrasive approach irritated too many players and their response was to quit on him, leading to his firing in December. While his predatory instincts are unquestionable, the Spain striker has lost his focus time and again as he finds himself embroiled in needless flash points and, with Mourinho content to encourage those tendencies, there is a growing belief Costa was allowed to run wild to the detriment of himself and his team. Incredibly, John Terry remains the last product of Chelsea's youth system to successfully establish himself as a first-team regular with the Blues. Yet less than a year later, Hazard's form has mysteriously collapsed to such an extent that many Chelsea fans would gladly wave farewell to the 25-year-old Belgian if he is sold during the offseason. People are thrilled to be at the club, it's total good fortune to play in this city, with these fans. When he was introduced on Monday at the media event, the jokester scolded the announcer for not mentioning his work in the 1996 movie Kazaam, in which he played a genie. Iverson, Yao, Shaquille O'Neal, Tom Izzo, Sheryl Swoopes and Jerry Reinsdorf were announced on Monday as 2016 inductees into the Basketball Hall of Fame. He was instrumental in organizing and heading the first union for referees, the National Association of Basketball Referees. A three-time All-NBA First Team selection (1999, 2001, 2005), he led the league in scoring average four times (1999, 2001, 2002, 2005). With 18 consecutive trips to the NCAA tournament, his team won the NCAA National Championship in 2000.
He compiled a collegiate coaching record of 522-165 (.760) and was named NAIA Coach of the Year in 1958.
A 15-time NBA All-Star (1993-98, 2000-07, 2009) who ranks seventh on the NBA All-time scoring list.
A five-time All-WNBA First Team selection (1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2005), she was also named Defensive Player of the Year three times (2000, 2002, 2003) and WNBA MVP three times (2000, 2002, 2005). Under his leadership, the Bulls won six world championships and became one of the most iconic teams in the history of sports. After leading Duquesne University in scoring for three seasons, he created, managed and played for the legendary "Loendi Big Five". He led his hometown Shanghai Sharks to a CBA Championship in 2002 and was the No 1 pick in the NBA Draft the same year.
Rather it is about global power, influence and acceptance," said Simon Chadwick, professor of sports enterprise at Salford University and an expert on the rapid rise of the Chinese soccer industry. The benefit for them comes in terms of the public message these investments send to the Chinese government. If not, the ball goes in," said the manager, whose side fell four points off the Europa League places. He also became the all-time ATP money leader with $98,199,548, set a record with his 28th ATP Masters crown and moved to 11th on the all-time match win list, with 714. But the All-Star closer struck out David Wright and Yoenis Cespedes, preserving a nail-biting victory and sending 40,030 fans home in another celebratory mood. In his first regular season start since tearing his Achilles last April, Wainwright gave up three runs on six hits, walking three and striking out three in his fifth career opening day start.
Liriano tied a Pirates franchise opening day record by striking out 10 and the Cardinals left 10 runners on base, including two in the ninth when Matt Adams, representing the tying run, flied out to center. His only previous professional victory was six years ago at the Moonah Classic in Australia. It was the Swede's eighth runner-up finish since his last victory in Dubai at the end of 2014.
Within the past month, Herman has changed from block letters of "Trump" to a logo from Trump's signature course. Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn (71) led late but bogeyed the final three holes to finish two strokes off the pace. Sometimes, when you say certain words in a sentence they are interpreted in a different way. Chelsea has since insisted Terry's fate will be decided solely by the new manager, leaving Conte to weigh up the benefits of keeping a figure of Terry's experience and tenacity to create a smoother transition to the new era, while also pondering whether his fading form and declining influence in a dressing room now populated by younger and less deferential teammates mean it would be wiser to sever ties with the polarizing captain. Costa's attitude has fuelled speculation he is unhappy in England and would relish a move in the offseason so, with Paris Saint Germain and his old club Atletico Madrid said to be ready to offer him an escape route, Conte must decide whether to cut his losses or try to rehabilitate the serial offender.
But it is the lethargic nature of his performances that will be most alarming for Conte as he contemplates how to revitalize the talented playmaker. He served as NBA Chief of Officiating Staff and Director of Officials (1981-98) and is the only person to have served as a staff referee and Chief of Staff simultaneously. Izzo has coached Michigan State to seven Big Ten regular season championships (1998-2001, 2009, 2010, 2012), five Big Ten tournament championships (1999, 2000, 2012, 2014, 2016).
He was the first African-American coach to accomplish many feats including winning a national tournament (1954), winning a national championship (1957) and winning an AAU national championship (1961). He was named NBA MVP (2000), NBA Finals MVP three times (2000-02) and NBA Rookie of the Year (1993). Reinsdorf has done extensive charitable work to benefit the Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Park District and was awarded the Jefferson Award for Public Service for leading the philanthropic outreach of the White Sox and CharitaBulls Charities. His team was the most dominant of the black fives era winning four straight Colored Basketball World Championships.
As a member for the Houston Rockets, he earned All-Rookie honors (2003) and was named to the All-NBA Team five times (2004, 2006-2009). It is a very powerful market," La Liga president Javier Tebas said at a recent Soccerex event analyzing the transfer market around the globe. Attended Georgetown University (1994-1996) where he set the school record for career scoring average.
At LSU (1989-92), O'Neal led the country in rebounding (1991) and blocked shots (1992) while earning unanimous First-Team All America honors (1991-92).
Set an NCCA championship record for points scored with 47 in winning an NCAA championship with Texas Tech (1993). Upon retirement from basketball, Posey switched his focus to baseball where he excelled for 35 years as a player and businessman. As an eight-time NBA All-Star (2003-2009, 2011), he broke the record for most All-Star votes, previously held by Michael Jordan in 2005.
But we give up much more personal space being on the tour, not being able to have a normal decent family. Already enshrined in the Hall of Fame as a "Contributor", he will now also be enshrined as a coach.
O'Neal is an Olympic gold medalist (1996) and a member of the NBA 50th Anniversary All-time team. Swoopes is a three-time Olympic gold medalist (1996, 2000, 2004) and a member of the WNBA All-Decade Team. As the anchor of the Chinese national team, Yao was named a three-time FIBA Asian Championship MVP.
As a two-time NBA All-Star (1966, 1968) and three-time ABA All-Star, he averaged a double-double in scoring and rebounding for his career. Beaty won an ABA Championship in 1971 with the Stars and was awarded the ABA Playoffs Most Valuable Player award. Beaty was named to the ABA All-Time Team and inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame in 2014.



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