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The signal-caller led his team to a dramatic comeback from a 28-3 deficit in Sunday's game with five straight scoring drives to end the overtime victory (not counting the final play of regulation). And I said something before the game about Paul, and it got emotional. I went to the bench for four minutes after starting. Key Lineups: The Clippers struggled mightily when backups Raymond Felton, Jamal Crawford, and Luc Mbah a Moute were on the floor with PF Blake Griffin and C DeAndre Jordan.
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    Super Bowl 51 TV Ratings

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    The biggest average audience for a Super Bowl remains the 114.4 million that watched the Patriots beat the Seahawks two years ago. With this being the team's second ever Super Bowl appearance, all eyes are on the Falcons to see if they can pull out a victory against the Tom Brady-led "dynasty".
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    Premier League announces 2017-18 start and finish dates

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    Antonio Conte's fierce will to win has turned Chelsea into the runaway favourites in the Premier League this season. "Diego Costa? I was clear with him, I raised my voice and the player understood". This may have created an issue among the Gunners stars, but the pay packet is also more than the North Londoners are usually willing to offer. "Today when they talk about Chelsea as having already won the title I say: 'Not yet.' We still have 14 games to go and plenty of work to do".
  • New England Patriots' Matt Patricia trolls Roger Goodell perfectly

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    It's surprising that Patricia remembered to pack this shirt in his luggage before their trip to Super Bowl LI. Patricia was clearly still reveling in Goodell's comeuppance, at least as his organization saw it. The Patriots weren't happy with how Goodell handled Deflategate. No matter how many years go by, one thing is for certain. But if Patriots fans - and National Football League fans in general - can unite over anything, it's their hatred of the commissioner.
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    Trump offers to "destroy" TX senator's career to help Rockwall sheriff

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    After being told by a sheriff about a policy that would require people to have been convicted of a crime before police take their assets, Mr Trump encouraged law enforcement to make the name of the politician public. Sheriff tells Trump that state senator is doing something he doesn't likeTrump: "Do you want to give his name? We'll destroy his career", Trump said, to laughter from those present.
  • Romelu Lukaku angles for a return to Chelsea with Blue-heavy dreamteam

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    The game-winner, game changer. And the Belgian global has selected a number of past and present Chelsea stars to take up the positions. And finally, up front, is another Chelsea favourite, with Didier Drogba leading the line. Relations have been a little frosty, but given the players he chose for his dream 5 a side team, Lukaku isn't holding any grudges. Lukaku already has netted 16 times - the top goal scorer in the Premier League - and has four assists for Everton this season.
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic Will Stay at Manchester United on One Condition

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic Will Stay at Manchester United on One Condition

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    A fine first-time strike saw the 35-year-old become the first player in the post-Sir Alex Ferguson era to notch 20 goals in a single campaign at United - and the oldest player of any club to reach 15 Premier League goals in a season. "I still produce and do my best and I get a lot of help from my team mates. I am even sure that he can score maybe 30, 35 goals this season, if not more", he told MUTV.
  • Alonso claims he didn't foul Hector Bellerin

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    Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin has reportedly been made to wait until Friday to return to full training, making him a doubt to face Hull City. The 21-year-old was forced out of the action after just 17 minutes at Stamford Bridge, following a clash with Marcos Alonso .