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Last night's games.
Okc V Jazz: I kinda hoped OKC would pull off some shady shit and survive. Russ basically had his version of last year's playoffs game except this time he won. After being down 25 in the third OKC pulled of a crazy run. This series ain't over yet.
Raptors V Wizards: Raptors had a lead for most of the game. Near the end of the 4th quarter Wizards were up 2. However their lack of Defense and Offense led to the Raptors making a huge run. Gonna have to be much more effort from the Wizards to win.
Cavs V Pacers: Wow it was a very close game. LeBron scored basically 50% of his teams point. Pacers could've won this but they were sloppy at certain points. Clutch three by LeBron wins it.
Rockets V Timberwolves: Timberwolves get gentlemen's swept. Hopefully they're back before 14 years.
A European court has ruled that Lionel Messi, the world's top earning #footballer , can trademark his own name. The @fcbarcelona and Argentina fought a seven-year fight to be able to use his name on sports goods and clothing.
His original application was challenged by the Spanish cycling brand, Massi, which argued that the names were too similar and would cause confusion. #sportsnews#ghanasports#Laliga#UCL
#Goodmorning , Welcome to #Thursday 's
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» Senate aborts session to visit Melaye in hospital - Guardian (blog)
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» 'Ndigbo should listen to Obasanjo, Danjuma' - The Nation Newspaper
» Reminiscences about Christ's School Ado-Ekiti - The Nation Newspaper
» Falcons begin training in Abuja on May 10 - The Nation Newspaper
» Afenifere, NADECO, others remember Adesanya - The Nation Newspaper
» Wading Into The Oba-Emir Debate - Independent Newspapers Limited
» Melaye: Senate Suspends Plenary, Summons IG, Storms National Hospital - Independent Newspapers Limited
» Monarch to Igbos: Stop blaming Hausa/Fulani, Yoruba for your woes - Daily Trust
» Falcons' camp open May 10 in Abuja - New Telegraph Newspaper
» Four Die in Abuja Auto Accident - THISDAY Newspapers
» Walnut leaf as male fertility enhancer - NIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)
» 2019 presidency: Obasanjo reveals why Igbos should vote out Buhari, speaks on killings - Daily Post Nigeria
HAVE A BLESSED DAY AHEAD
Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio celebrates after putting the Spanish giants ahead on Wednesday night.
Real came from behind to seize a 2-1 Champions League first-leg lead over Bayern Munich courtesy of goals from Marcelo and Asensio either side of half-time.
Bayern had the better of the chances throughout the game but could only find the net once as Joshua Kimmich opened the scoring at the Allianz Arena after 28 minutes.
But the current holders got themselves back into the game just before the break with a fine strike from Marcelo on 44 minutes before Asensio put them in front 12 minutes later as the visitors capitalised on a Bayern error.
Photo credit: Michael Dalder/Reuters