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LeBron James officially sign for Lakers

Los Angeles can collectively exhale. LeBron James is officially a Laker. The club announced late Monday afternoon that James put pen to paper on the reported four-year, $154 million deal, just as James’ representation, Klutch Sports Group, tweeted an image of James, agent Rich Paul and Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka

Rafael Nadal beats Alexander Zverev to win Rome title for an eighth time.

Rafael Nadal got his clay-court season back on track with a 6-1, 1-6, 6-3 victory over Alexander Zverev to win the Italian Open. The Spaniard's impressive run this spring was ended by Dominic Thiem in Madrid last week, and many expected Rome's reigning champion Zverev to capitalise on his counterpart's blip

Novak Djokovic hammers Dusan Lajovic in Monte Carlo opener

Former world number one Novak Djokovic has surged through to the second round of the Monte Carlo Masters with victory over Dusan Lajovic. Djokovic went into the contest having lost three matches in a row but the Serbian showed glimpses of his best form in thrashing Lajovic 6-0 6-1. The 30-year-old dropped

UCL draw: Real Madrid to face Juventus, Manchester City draw Liverpool

There will be a big English Premier League clash in the quarterfinal of the Champions League with Manchester City taking on Liverpool. After the thrilling footballing action in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16, the draws for the quarter-final took place at UEFA headquarters in Nyon. In a repeat of the

Tottenham ‘could lose Son Heung-min for TWO years’ to South Korean Army as part of mandatory military service

Tottenham Hotspur star Son Heung-min is reportedly required under Korean law to complete 21 months of military service. The 25-year-old is flying high for the North London outfit at the moment having scored 18 goals in 43 appearances in all competitions, and seven of those came in his last four outings. However,

Uefa issued an update on qualifying for next season’s Champions League and Europa League.

UEFA have announced a number of changes to the Champions League and Europa League starting from next season. The top four teams from England, Spain, Germany and Italy will now qualify automatically for the Champions League. This means that the team which finishes fourth in the Premier League this season will not

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