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Donaire arrives in Manila for training camp

MANILA – Former world champion Nonito “The Filipino Flash” Donaire is back in Manila, where he will set up his training camp ahead of his May 31 bout against South African title-holder Simpiwe Vetyeka.

Cavaliers snap Knicks' win streak

NEW YORK - (UPDATED) Jarrett Jack finished with a season-high 31 points and tallied 10 assists to lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 106-100 win over the New York Knicks late Sunday.

Hoffenheim shock Leverkusen with 3-2 win

In Bundesliga, Hoffenheim’s Anthony Modeste scored a dramatic late winner to further dent Bayer Leverkusen’s push for European qualification.

Donaire relishes underdog role vs. Vetyeka

MANILA – Nonito Donaire loves the challenge of being the underdog when he takes on South Africa’s Simpiwe Vetyeka in May 31.

Messi blows La Liga title race wide open

In football, Lionel Messi blew the La Liga title race wide open after he registered a hat-trick in a 4-3 comeback win in an action-packed 'El Clasico' against Real Madrid.

Murray, Federer cruise to wins in Miami

Defending champion Andy Murray and 17-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer advanced to the fourth round of the Sony Open with convincing straight sets wins.

SMB won't underestimate winless GlobalPort

MANILA – The San Miguel Beermen vowed not to underestimate the GlobalPort Batang Pier when they face off in the PBA Commissioners Cup Monday night at the Araneta Coliseum.

Messi blows title race open with treble at Real

MADRID - Lionel Messi blew the La Liga title race wide open when the unstoppable Argentina forward netted a hat-trick in a 4-3 comeback win for the champions at 10-man Real Madrid in an action-paced 'Clasico' on Sunday.

Murray and Federer sizzle under Miami sun

MIAMI- Defending champion Andy Murray and 17-times grand slam winner Roger Federer sizzled under a Miami sun, speeding into the fourth round of the Sony Open on Sunday with convincing straight sets wins.

Li finds Keys to victory, reaches Miami fourth round

MIAMI - World number two Li Na finally made her first appearance at the Sony Open on Sunday, taming Madison Keys in an unsteady effort while three-time champion Venus Williams was also made to work under a blazing Florida sun for her spot in the fourth round.