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Friday, April 26, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Ferrari puts faith in upgrades to catch runaway Mercedes

Ferrari needs to quickly do something to stop Lewis Hamilton from running away with the Formula One title. Mercedes finished 1-2 in the first three races of the season to leave Sebastian Vettel 31 points behind Hamilton ahead of Sunday’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Ferrari says it has brought car upgrades to Baku’s street circuit. Mercedes remains unchanged.
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Lewis Hamilton says Charles Leclerc’s talent being ‘dimmed’ at Ferrari

Lewis Hamilton says Formula One rival Charles Leclerc’s talent is being “dimmed” after Ferrari asked him to move over for teammate Sebastian Vettel. Hamilton says he was in a similar position at McLaren in 2007 when he was a rookie alongside then-reigning champion Fernando Alonso. Hamilton says “I wanted to win as soon as possible and I wanted to beat the champion I was racing against, so it’s very, very similar.”
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Life after David Silva not such a harrowing prospect at City

Bernardo Silva and Phil Foden have made such giant strides at Manchester City this season that the thought of David Silva being phased out of the team isn’t accompanied with so much trepidation anymore. Bernardo has been virtually undroppable this season and the 18-year-old Foden has finally broken into the first team. David Silva remains a crucial member of City’s side but his influence is on the wane.

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Paul Pogba selected in Premier League team of the season

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is the only player not from Manchester City or Liverpool to be selected in the Premier League’s Team of the Year for the 2018-19 season. City had six representatives while Liverpool had four. Mohamed Salah wasn’t among them despite being tied for the top scorer in the league.
Sports >  NBA

Rockets advance, wait to see if they’ll get shot at Warriors

Minutes after the Houston Rockets eliminated the Utah Jazz to advance to the Western Conference semifinals for the third straight season they were already looking ahead to the possibility of getting another shot at the Golden State Warriors. But the Rockets will have to wait to see if they’ll get that shot at the Warriors after Golden State failed to close out its series with the Los Angeles Clippers and moved to a Game 6.
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NBA roundup: Clippers cut Warriors’ lead to 3-2; Rockets advance

Lou Williams hit a fadeaway jumper with 1:29 left and finished with 33 points and 10 assists, the Warriors uncharacteristically clanked shots much of the second half and couldn’t make key stops, and the Los Angeles Clippers sent their first-round series back home with a 129-121 Game 5 win over Golden State on Wednesday night.
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