What you may have missed between last night and this morning
1. Basketball – NBA: End of the Sixers
There will be no 18th place win for Philadelphia. Stowed behind a rejuvenated Dwyane Wade (28 points) and victorious on the floor of the Sixers (103-113), the Miami Heat equalized in the series (1-1). In the other game of the night, Golden State confirmed against San Antonio (116-101) and now leads 2-0.
2. Boston Marathon: The defending title holder
In 2h15’58 “, Japan’s Yuki Kawauchi won the Boston marathon, beating Kenyan defender and world champion Geoffrey Kirui in the rain (+2’25”), while Desiree Linden, in the women’s event, offered to America his first victory since 1985.
3. Football – Ligue 2: Brest crushes Lorient
Thanks to its wide success (3-0) against the Merlus At the end of the 33rd day, Brest moved up to 6th place in L2 and is now seven points behind third place, Ajaccio.
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Rugby : For our consultant Jean-Baptiste Lafond, the controversy around Mathieu Bastareaud, Saturday after the victory against Montpellier (42-17), has no place to be. It is especially symptomatic of a club where small facts of game take more scale than elsewhere.
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Soccer : Michael Oliver, referee of the Real Madrid-Juventus Champions League quarterback, who saw Real qualify through a contested penalty in injury time, was placed under police protection after being threatened on social networks, police said Northumbria region.
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The catch-up video
In his editorial of Bistrot Vélo N ° 12, our cycling show on Facebook (every Monday at 17h), Guillaume Di Grazia returned to the positive control at the EPO of Rémy Di Grégorio. Video – “Rémy Di Grégorio, what did you do, peuchère?” 1:11
What you should not miss today
1. Tennis – Monte Carlo Master: Monaco will be all blue
Many Tricolores enter the lists on the clay court of Monaco this Tuesday. In the first round, Benoit Paire will be opposed to Feliciano Lopez while we will closely follow the Franco-French duels between Gilles Simon and Adrian Mannarino, and between Jeremy Chardy and Richard Gasquet. Lucas Pouille will play his second round against German Mischa Zverev.
2. Football – Coupe de France: what little in the final?
Before Caen-PSG expected Wednesday to Michel-D’Ornano, Les Herbiers “receive” Chambly, his counterpart of the National, Nantes to reach the final. Kick off at 21h.
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Video – But where are Les Herbiers and Chambly located on the map of France? 1:51
3. Football – Liga: Barca on the bridge
With 11 points ahead of his runner-up, Atletico Madrid, FC Barcelona is no longer very far from a 25th national title. This Tuesday (21h), the Catalans move to Celta Vigo (9th) to get a little closer to the 33rd day