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December 26, 2003 | From Associated Press
Tracy McGrady got the best of LeBron James this time. He's not making any promises about the future. "He's unbelievable," McGrady said Thursday. "He's not 18. Can't possibly be. If he continues to work hard and stay hungry, it can be ugly. It's scary how good he can be. You just look at him, man. The poise that he has out on the basketball court. The confidence. He has that swagger."
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August 6, 2012 | By Kevin Baxter
A header from Alex Morgan in overtime stoppage play lifted the U.S. women's soccer team to a 4-3 victory over Canada on Monday, setting up a matchup with Japan in Thursday's gold-medal final. Japan beat the U.S. on penalty kicks last summer in Germany during the World Cup. In a game that had more counterpunching than most heavyweight title fights, the U.S. rallied from one-goal deficits three times in regulation, overcoming three goals from Canadian captain Christine Sinclair.
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November 25, 2013 | By Chuck Schilken
Wes Welker was basically a non-factor for most of Sunday night during his first game in Foxboro since leaving the New England Patriots as a free agent and signing with the Denver Broncos. He probably wishes it remained that way. The receiver who made the Pro Bowl six of his seven years with the Patriots had just four catches for 31 yards Sunday night, and he never even touched the ball on the play that ultimately doomed the Broncos in overtime. That play was a muffed punt by Denver teammate Tony Carter, but Welker accepts responsibility for the mishap.
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July 13, 2006 | Tracy Wilkinson and Achrene Sicakyuz, Times Staff Writers
French soccer icon Zinedine Zidane on Wednesday finally broke his silence, answering the question on everyone's mind: What was behind his shocking head butt that felled his Italian opponent in the closing minutes of the World Cup championship? In interviews on French television, Zidane said Italian defender Marco Materazzi insulted his mother and sister, repeatedly using "harsh, nasty" words that the French captain could not bear to hear.
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May 22, 2001 | From Associated Press
Wearing the black "16W" cap that represents his career-long mission, Ray Bourque playfully put teammate Joe Sakic in a headlock that signified gratitude as much as relief. With one timely backhand, Sakic sent Bourque and the Colorado Avalanche to the Stanley Cup finals by scoring on a rebound 24 seconds into overtime Monday night to give the Avalanche a 2-1 victory over the St. Louis Blues.
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November 15, 2002 | From Associated Press
A short time ago, a tie with Mario Lemieux and the Pittsburgh Penguins would have been just fine with the Minnesota Wild. But Thursday night at St. Paul, Minn., was, well, a little disappointing. Richard Park scored his second goal of the season to lift the Wild to a 1-1 tie with the Penguins, but Minnesota couldn't convert an overtime power play after Pittsburgh was penalized for too many men on the ice with 1:38 remaining.
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April 12, 2003 | LONNIE WHITE
Forget what you may have heard, the most important position in team sports is NHL goaltender. Jean-Sebastien Giguere's impressive performance for the Mighty Ducks in their 2-1, triple-overtime victory over Detroit confirmed that Thursday. If Giguere, who made 63 saves in his first playoff game, had been anything short of remarkable, the defending Stanley Cup champion Red Wings would have won.
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January 3, 1992 | SCOTT HOWARD-COOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Charlotte Hornets, replacing three injured opening-night starters with three players whose last address was the Continental Basketball Assn., were leading the Clippers by 15 points in the third quarter Thursday night. In other words, the Clippers had the Hornets right where they wanted them.
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