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    Bryson DeChambeau claims he 'personally knows' the PGA Tour will reverse its indefinite ban on players joining the controversial Saudi-back LIV Golf series - and believes a resolution will be found 'pretty shortly'. Speaking to Tucker Carlson on Fox News, 'The Scientist' gave a confident response when asked if he was worried about his life ban from the PGA Tour after turning his back to cash in on the Saudi millions - $125m, to be exact.  'It doesn't make sense (the ban). No, I'm not worried about that,' DeChambeau, the 2020 US Open winner, said. 'I think it will get figured out.  'I personally know that it will get figured out, whether it's legally or whether they come to the table and work out terms. I definitely think it will wash itself out in the future, pretty shortly.' Referring to himself as 'a bit of a trendsetter', DeChambeau pedaled the same line to Tucker about 'growing the game' that many of his LIV Golf peers have spoken about. 'First and foremost, it is a lot of opportunity to do something...
    IF there's one game that has become known as the root of family disagreements, it's Monopoly. However, if you choose to get it out and play this Christmas, these few tips may end the arguing and allow you all to enjoy the well-known board game. 4Which piece do you always go for?Credit: Alamy You’re buying property wrong You may already think that you can only buy a property if you land on it. But you can actually auction every property any player lands on. If a player lands on an unowned property but does not wish to buy it: “The Banker sells it at auction to the highest bidder. "Any player, including the one who declined the option to buy it at the printed price, may bid.” So, any property that any player lands on has a chance to be yours right away, no matter where you are on the board. You may want to hold off the auctioning until other players have less money but read below to see why. You’re collecting “free...
    The American Jack Sock will be cited in the second round of the ATP 500 tournament in Washington with Rafa Nadal, competing in the capital of the United States for the first time in his career. Sock passed the first round benefited by the abandonment of the Japanese Yoshihito Nishioka, undermined by a muscle injury in the second set. The American lost the first set 6-7 (3) and in the second he was 4-0 up when Nishioka claimed that he could not keep up. Sock will meet Nadal for the sixth time. The five games were won by the Mallorcan, although the last match was in 2017. Today the Colombian Daniel Galán confirmed his good moment by defeating American Tommy Paul 6-4 and 6-3. His next stumbling block will be another local, Reilly Opelka, eighth seeded. After the triumph of Galán, the Japanese arrived Kei Nishikori 6-4 and 6-3 over American Sam Querrey. Now the ninth-seeded Kazakh Alexander Bublik awaits him. The American Marcos Girón had it more difficult against the Ukrainian Illya Marchenko that forced him to play...
    Kawhi Leonard #2 of the LA Clippers dunks the ball during the game against the Sacramento Kings on February 7, 2021 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California.Adam Pantozzi | National Basketball Association | Getty Images LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Carmelo Anthony, and the usually reserved Kawhi Leonard. These are just some of the players less than enthusiastic about playing an extra basketball game. The National Basketball Association still wants to play the All-Star its held since 1951 in Atlanta next month. The NBA released its voting results on Jan. 27 and said "discussions surrounding a potential NBA All-Star Game are ongoing." And an added benefit: the NBA wants the game to help Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) with Covid-19 relief and vaccine education. But some players are resisting the idea of holding the game during a pandemic. James, the Los Angeles Lakers star, said he'd play but would only be there "physically" not mentally. He said the game is a "slap in the face" to players who thought the game wouldn't occur this season. And Leonard, the Clippers...
    Sunday’s loss to the Seattle Seahawks rounded out Robert Saleh fourth season as the San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator. It seems the team is preparing for it to be Saleh’s last with news that at least three teams are preparing to interview Saleh for their vacant head coach jobs. The Detroit Lions, Atlanta Falcons and Jacksonville Jaguars are the potential suitors so far, general manager John Lynch told reporters on Monday Saleh’s departure isn’t certain, but those that worked closest with him throughout the 49ers’ organization seem to be preparing for a difficult goodbye. “Saleh will go kill these interviews and do a great job,” Kyle Shanahan said during Monday’s season ending press conference alongside Lynch. “I wish him the best of luck in all this.” How certain are the 49ers that Saleh will earn a promotion elsewhere? Shanahan is already considering some replacements. And he’s not stressed about his options. Linebackers coach DeMeco Ryans would be a top candidate to replace Saleh, he said. Shanahan confirms LB coach DeMeco Ryans would be a candidate...
    The Chicago Cubs are in the postseason again for the fourth time in five years, but could this be on their final runs as currently constructed? There hasn’t been much change for the Cubs since 2015. The most obvious change was hiring first-year manager David Ross, who came in to replace the future hall of fame manager Joe Maddon. “I’m not going to shy away from this,” Rizzo said Thursday of his rare blend of having fun and taking each game seriously. “This could be (our) last year together. We all know that, especially with the state of the game and who knows what’s going to happen. “This could be our last run with all our guys. This could be my last year. Who knows?” With the Cubs preparing for what could be their final postseason with this current core, it’s hard not to look back on that late July night back in 2015. Kris Bryant, who had been seen as the Cubs savior is now an NL MVP winner, Anthony Rizzo has won a Gold Glove at 1st base...
    After two games and two losses without forward Brayden Point, the Tampa Bay Lightning are heading into Game 6 with the possibility of playing once again without the Conn Smythe Trophy candidate.  Coach Jon Cooper and his team are no strangers to playing without key players throughout this playoff run. It was almost a rare sight to have seen the Lighting hit the ice during the season with a fully healthy squad. Top players like defenceman Jan Rutta and most notably, team captain Steven Stamkos have not only missed a significant amount of time throughout the regular season, but through these Stanley Cup playoffs as well. Going into Game 6 on Thursday night, the Lightning will be without another of one of their top players in Brayden Point. NHL LINEUP ALERT: Lightning C Brayden Point will be a game-time decision tonight vs. the Islanders, per coach Jon Cooper. pic.twitter.com/Fe7TPtL5D3 — DK Nation (@dklive) September 17, 2020 The Lightning need a healthy Brayden Point to return to the ice to increase their chances of eliminating the Islanders in Game 6It has...
    President Donald Trump mocked the National Basketball Association Thursday when asked about the player-driven protests following the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Asked about the protest during a FEMA briefing, Trump said he didn't 'know much' about the protest, then proceeded to attack the league.  'I don’t know much about the NBA protest. I know their ratings have been very bad. Because I think people are a little tired of the NBA, frankly,' he said. For Trump, a former realty TV star, calling out someone for low ratings is a deep slight.   President Donald President Trump said the NBA's TV ratings have been 'very bad' when asked about player-driven protests over the shooting of Jacob Blake by a Kenosha police officer But I don’t know too much about the protest. But I know I know their ratings have been very bad. And that’s unfortunate. 'They’ve become like a political organization and that’s not a good thing. I don’t think that’s a good thing for sports or the country,' Trump said. Trump spoke hours after the Milwaukee...
    KOLO TOURE has exposed what he claims is Virgil Van Dijk's secret weakness. Despite centre-back Van Dijk's two sensational seasons for Liverpool, Leicester coach and ex-Reds' defender Toure believes the £75million Dutchman is vulnerable "one on one" against "aggressive" strikers. 2Virgil van Dijk was runner-up in the 2019 Ballon d'Or but ex-Liverpool defender Kolo Toure believes he knows the Dutchman's one vulnerabilityCredit: Reuters 2Leicester coach Kolo Toure is well-placed to judge the talents of Virgil Van Dijk as the Ivorian was himself a top Prem centre-back for Arsenal, Man City and LiverpoolCredit: Getty Images - Getty But Toure's assessment of the 2019 Champions League and 2020 Premier League winner is no hatchet job. Few men are more qualified to assess Van Dijk, who spent 14 years at the top of the Premier League at Arsenal, Manchester City and Anfield in the same position. And while Toure believes the ex-Southampton ace has "got everything" this includes one potential frailty. He told Stats Perform News: "I haven't seen many players challenge him one on one.  He's so clever because he drops well, but...
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