WATCH: Kawhi drops 36 in Game 3

Kawhi Leonard produced another dominant display to pull the Toronto Raptors back into their Eastern Conference Finals series against the Milwaukee Bucks.

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Leonard scored 36 points as the Raptors pulled off a dramatic 118-112 double overtime victory to reduce the Bucks lead to 2-1.

The All-Star forward saved his best until last, scoring eight of his points in the decisive second overtime period to ensure the Raptors avoided a defeat that would have left them with little hope of advancing to the Finals.

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Having averaged 34.7 points per game as he inspired the Raptors to a seven-game win over the Philadelphia 76ers in the previous round, Leonard has almost maintained those incredible standards, contributing 32.7 per outing in the opening three games of the Conference Finals.

Kawhi Leonard #2 of the Toronto Raptors drives to the basket against the Milwaukee Bucks during overtime in game three of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals at Scotiabank Arena on May 19, 2019 in Toronto, Canada.

Image: Leonard is averaging 32.7 points across the first three games of the Eastern Conference Finals

Unlike during the Raptors’ Game 1 and 2 defeats in Milwaukee, Leonard received significant support from his team-mates, with Pascal Siakam, Marc Gasol and Norman Powell all excelling.

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Leonard appeared to be in pain late in the game but continued to finish explosively at the rim and dismissed concerns over his condition following the win.

“I’m feeling all right. This is playoff basketball,” Leonard said. “Everybody’s hurting so I’ve just got to keep fighting.”

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Huddersfield sign Butler

Last Updated: 20/05/19 8:55am

The Welsh international leaves Halifax after three years

The Welsh international leaves Halifax after three years

Huddersfield have signed Wales international Chester Butler from neighbours Halifax on a three-year deal.

The 23-year-old centre or back row forward, who is the grandson of former Wales forward Colin Dixon and played in the 2017 World Cup, will link up with the Giants from the start of the 2020 season.

Super League Huddersfield see Butler as a potential replacement for out-of-contract second rower Alex Mellor, who has yet to re-sign for next season, but say he could play for Halifax on loan in 2020.

Butler said: “It feels like a dream come true to sign for Huddersfield. I’ve always wanted to go full-time and properly test my abilities out, which I haven’t been able to do part-time.

“I’m just looking forward to what I can do to my body and what I can learn to make me the best player possible.

“I can’t wait to play Super League with the Giants. It has been a dream of mine to play in the Super League and to get the opportunity to be able to do so is amazing.

“Huddersfield is a club close to home and a team I’ve always watched since I was younger. Giants to me just felt right after speaking to Simon Woolford, I felt he could bring the best out of me as a person and player.”

Huddersfield managing director Richard Thewlis said: “With Alex Mellor having turned down the opportunity to re-sign with us at this stage, we have an obvious place for a backrow/centre type player.

“We believe Chester to be a stand-out player in the Championship. Chester only lives a short drive from us and via his agent it was known he wants to have a chance to step up to full-time and it’s great that he has chosen us over a number of other Super League options.”

First GP win for double amputee Monger

20-year-old Briton had his legs amputated following high-speed crash during Formula 4 race at Donington Park in 2017

Last Updated: 20/05/19 8:35am

Billy Monger celebrates winning the Grand Prix De Pau. Pic: @BillyMonger

Billy Monger celebrates winning the Grand Prix De Pau. Pic: @BillyMonger

Racing driver Billy Monger has celebrated his first victory since a near-fatal crash cost him both of his legs.

The 20-year-old, from Surrey, said he was “over the moon” after winning the Grand Prix de Pau in southwest France, which he managed by overtaking almost the entire grid in his specially-adapted car.

He tweeted: “PAU GP Championsss!!! Can’t believe it, I didn’t think 2 years on I’d be winning races! Huge shout out to the team @CarlinRacing for all their hard work. Over the moon.”

Monger had his legs amputated following a high-speed crash during a Formula 4 race at Donington Park two years ago, but has remained committed to forging a top-level career in motorsport.

Last year, he told Sky News his long-term aim was to get into Formula 1.

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Johnny Herbert surprised Monger last summer with his first drive in an F1 car

Johnny Herbert surprised Monger last summer with his first drive in an F1 car

The fairy-tale win in Euroformula Open on Sunday came after a late decision at the end of the last warm-up lap to switch to wet-weather tyres, having qualified in 11th place on slick tyres.

It proved to be a worthwhile gamble, as he cut through the field and took full advantage of a collision between Motopark duo Julian Hanses and Liam Lawson to take the lead.

He held on to first place until the end to secure victory.

'Sonny Bill only has fitness to prove'

Last Updated: 20/05/19 8:25am

Sonny Bill Williams has played 37 of his 51 Tests under Steve Hansen

Sonny Bill Williams has played 37 of his 51 Tests under Steve Hansen

Sonny Bill Williams has enough credit in the bank to only need to prove his fitness to put himself into contention for his third Rugby World Cup later this year, All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has said.

The 33-year-old Blues back, a member of the World Cup-winning squads in 2011 and 2015, suffered a knee injury in late March and had arthroscopic surgery.

It was the latest in a long list of injuries that have limited the inside centre’s appearances since the last World Cup in England, and questions were being asked if he would be able to make the All Blacks squad.

“I understand why people would say he’s running out of time. But is he really?” Hansen told reporters in Auckland on Monday, adding that Williams was back running and would probably be available for the Blues again in two weeks.

“He’s already proved himself. He’s played 51 Tests. That’s a lot of Test matches, that’s a lot of proving.

“What we need to see is him getting back on the track. Then we’ve got to ask ourselves is his fitness good enough for him to be selected in the team?

Williams has won two World Cups with New Zealand

Williams has won two World Cups with New Zealand

Williams has won two World Cups with New Zealand

“We play five Test matches before we have to name the World Cup team, so does he deserve the opportunity to show us whether he’s still good enough?

“Of course he does because he’s played 50 Test matches.”

Hansen is likely to take just four midfield backs to Japan, with Williams, Ryan Crotty, Jack Goodhue, Anton Leinert-Brown and Ngani Laumape all in contention.

World Cup winner Ma’a Nonu, who last played for the All Blacks in the 2015 Rugby World Cup final victory over Australia, is also a dark horse selection option after some strong performances for the Blues since he returned home from France.

Sam Cane made his return from injury against the Blues on Saturday

Sam Cane made his return from injury against the Blues on Saturday

Sam Cane made his return from injury against the Blues on Saturday

Hansen added that other senior players like Ben Smith (hamstring), Owen Franks (shoulder), Dane Coles (calf) and Brodie Retallick (wrist) were progressing well in their recovery from injuries.

He was also pleased to see flanker Sam Cane make his return to the field last Saturday after he broke a bone in his neck against the Springboks seven months ago.

“He was excited about being back,” Hansen said after Cane played about 41 minutes in the Waikato Chiefs 23-8 loss to the Blues on Saturday.

“When you get something taken away and you think you might not ever get it back again, when it comes back it’s a real pleasure and joy. You can see that on his face.”

'Koepka wants Tiger's record'

Wayne Riley

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Last Updated: 20/05/19 8:46am

Tiger Woods played alongside Brooks Koepka over the first two rounds

Tiger Woods played alongside Brooks Koepka over the first two rounds

Tiger Woods played alongside Brooks Koepka over the first two rounds

Wayne Riley hails Brooks Koepka’s PGA Championship victory and looks at whether he can get to Tiger Woods’ major total.

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Bethpage Black may as well have been called Brooks Koepka Country Club until Sunday, as the rest of the field just couldn’t live with him!

The course is the kind of venue that played right into Koepka’s hands, given how strong he is, as he could pound it miles off the tee and was also able to generate the power to gouge out onto the greens when he found the rough.

Koepka's victory sees him move top of the world rankings

Koepka's victory sees him move top of the world rankings

Koepka’s victory sees him move top of the world rankings

Koepka knows how good he is and walks around the golf course in a nonchalant manner like nothing seems to phase him. Sometimes that can come across as being a little cocky, but why wouldn’t you be having a game like that?!

He will be happy to have won, but he will still reflect and think that he could have done better because that is what he always wants to do.

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You never rest on your laurels in any sport and you feel like you can always improve, so the only way he was going to be happy was by lifting the Wanamaker Trophy. When you try and get around a monster, the monster prevails, and the monster this week is Brooks Koepka.

There’s no doubt that Koepka’s now hunting down Tiger Woods’ record and thinks like he can go on to get 15 majors himself. He feels as though he can win a couple of majors a year and look how well it’s going so far.

Koepka's victory sees him move top of the world rankings

Koepka's victory sees him move top of the world rankings

Koepka’s victory sees him move top of the world rankings

He is the first player in history to be a back-to-back champion at both the US Open and PGA Championship, so who is going to doubt the way how his mind thinks!

The players fear Koepka on a big golf course like Bethpage Black but things will be different over the next two majors, where the courses will be a little more dinky and fiery to what we saw this week.

Koepka claimed a wire-to-wire win in New York

Koepka claimed a wire-to-wire win in New York

Koepka claimed a wire-to-wire win in New York

Pebble Beach for the US Open next month will offer a totally different test. Graeme McDowell won the last time the tournament was there and he isn’t a long hitter, which brings so many more players into the equation.

Koepka’s fourth major victory is remarkable when you think he has only won a couple of tournaments outside of those events, where Dustin Johnson has won 20 PGA Tour events but only one major.

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Pain and gain in China for Molly

Last Updated: 17/05/19 12:24pm

Molly Thompson-Smith is hoping to be hitting the Japanese stage next summer

Molly Thompson-Smith is hoping to be hitting the Japanese stage next summer

The race to make the Tokyo Olympics is hotting up and it is getting very lively for Molly Thompson-Smith.

The 21-year-old Sky Sports Scholar is still feeling the effects of major hand surgery 17 months ago and she has just returned from China for the latest Bouldering World Cup events.

Molly reveals her latest struggles for fitness but remains excited about her development with a new Lead season on the horizon….


The China tour is always the toughest two rounds of the competition season, with jet lag, unfamiliar food, lack of training and loads of other challenges threatening optimal performance.

Unfortunately, at the beginning of March I suffered a finger injury, and to my surprise I found myself still struggling to manage it two months later.

Having already skipped the first two World Cups, I was feeling the pressure to join the circuit and gain the two rankings necessary for qualification to the Olympic selection event at the end of the year.

I knew I wasn’t in the shape I wanted to be in, but as the pain in my finger had subsided, I decided to compete in the two rounds and gain some experience, hoping that experience would be valuable for later competitions once I was able to get back in shape.

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Molly takes you into the gym as she shows off her rigorous training sessions

Molly takes you into the gym as she shows off her rigorous training sessions

The two qualification rounds were hot and hard and involved a total of over six hours waiting in an isolation area, all of which definitely impacted my performance.

My fingers felt weak, and the style of the boulders I needed to climb relied heavily on finger strength.

Being honest, it was a strange experience for me. I am a competitor, and of course excellence in performance is what I strive for every time I walk into the arena.

However, I knew that I could not expect to perform at my best carrying an injury and having put my focus into that for the last month, rather than training.

Despite the results looking poor, there were actually several positives to take away from the trip.

I had definitely made improvements in my slab and jumping skills, so the plyometric sessions I had added into my training were paying off (thank you Tony Lester!).

Secondly, I fell from the top of a lot of boulders and felt capable of climbing them with healthy fingers, and with these tops I could have achieved semi-final positions.

So overall a pretty disappointing trip to China, but that was almost to be expected.

My focus now is on actually being healthy and being able to train for the last Bouldering World Cup in Vail in June, and also for the upcoming lead season which I’m beyond excited for!

Team of the week

Last Updated: 19/05/19 3:35pm

Bristol's Charles Piutau made the team of the week

Bristol’s Charles Piutau made the team of the week

Find out who made it into this week’s XV from the PRO14 play-offs, final round of the Gallagher Premiership regular season, Top 14 and Round 14 of the Super Rugby campaign.

You can have your say on who you think was the standout performer of the weekend too in our poll below…

15. Charles Piutau (Bristol Bears)

Bristol have enjoyed a solid first season back among English club rugby’s elite, comfortably avoiding relegation and finishing ninth, and full-back Piutau has played an important role in their success.

The former All Black showed another glimpse of just why that has been the case as Pat Lam’s side ended the season with a 19-12 victory away to Newcastle Falcons, scoring a try, beating 11 defenders and making a total of 137 metres from 28 carries.

14. Tommy Seymour (Glasgow Warriors)

Tommy Seymour goes over for a try against Ulster

Tommy Seymour goes over for a try against Ulster

Tommy Seymour goes over for a try against Ulster

The Scotland international led the way as the Warriors overwhelmed Ulster 50-20 in the PRO14 semi-finals to book a place in the decider at Celtic Park this Saturday.

Seymour ran in two tries for the Warriors and proved difficult to contain all night for the Ulster defence, making four clean breaks and 55 metres to help power Glasgow to an impressive victory in front of a full house at Scotstoun.

13. Piers O’Conor (Bristol)

Piers O'Conor helped Bristol to victory away to Newcastle

Piers O'Conor helped Bristol to victory away to Newcastle

Piers O’Conor helped Bristol to victory away to Newcastle

Recruited from Championship side Ealing Trailfinders for this season, O’Conor has quickly become an established member of the Bears team, slotting in at centre after starting his career as a full-back.

Along with getting on the scoresheet with a second-half try, the 23-year-old made 69 metres on 13 carries, helped keep play alive with three offloads and showed his defensive worth by winning a turnover as well.

12. Jeronimo de la Fuente (Jaguares)

Jeronimo de la Fuente was in scintillating form as the Jaguares beat the Hurricanes

Jeronimo de la Fuente was in scintillating form as the Jaguares beat the Hurricanes

Jeronimo de la Fuente was in scintillating form as the Jaguares beat the Hurricanes

The Argentinian side are now second in Super Rugby’s South African conference as they handed the Hurricanes their first defeat at home to foreign opposition for four years.

Centre De la Fuente played a big role in the 28-20 win Los Jaguares. Not only did he score a try, but the Argentina international beat eight defenders and came up with two offloads as well.

11. Jordan Larmour (Leinster)

Jordan Larmour was a running threat for Leinster

Jordan Larmour was a running threat for Leinster

Jordan Larmour was a running threat for Leinster

The winger was not among the try-scorers as Leinster overcame old rivals Munster 24-9 to secure their place in this Saturday’s PRO14 final, but he still made some vital contributions.

Larmour made some important inroads for Leinster in the match, making 69 metres from 12 carries, along with beating nine defenders and making two clean breaks.

10. Jon Wisniewski (Lyon)

A 29-19 victory at home to La Rochelle secured Lyon’s place in the Top 14 play-offs, with fly-half Wisniewski putting in a superb kicking performance to help them to victory.

The 33-year-old kicked six out of six conversion attempts and landed a drop-goal, meaning he has now successfully kicked his last 13 attempts at goal.

9. Joe Simpson (Wasps)

Joe Simpson signed off for Wasps in style

Joe Simpson signed off for Wasps in style

Joe Simpson signed off for Wasps in style

One of the players who will be departing Wasps now the season is over, the scrum-half showed what they will be missing – and what Gloucester will be gaining – after signing off with two tries in the 27-25 win at home to Harlequins.

Always a dangerous running threat, Simpson beat four defenders and made four clean breaks to help his team end the Premiership season on a high.

1. Ross Harrison (Sale Sharks)

Ross Harrison was strong in defence for Sale against Gloucester

Ross Harrison was strong in defence for Sale against Gloucester

Ross Harrison was strong in defence for Sale against Gloucester

The Sharks’ clash with Gloucester was perhaps most notable for the fact a total of 87 points were scored between the two teams, with the hosts coming out on top 46-41 at the AJ Bell Stadium.

But prop Harrison put in a big shift for Sale in the win too, making 25 tackles – the second-highest of any player in the round – in a supreme defensive effort.

2. Sean Cronin (Leinster)

Sean Cronin caused plenty of problems for Munster with the ball in hand

Sean Cronin caused plenty of problems for Munster with the ball in hand

Sean Cronin caused plenty of problems for Munster with the ball in hand

Not just a threat at the set-piece, the Leinster and Ireland hooker is one of his club’s go-to forwards with the ball in hand as well.

That was evidenced in the PRO14 semi-final win over Munster last Saturday, where Cronin beat five defenders, made three clean breaks and made 37 metres as well.

3. Dan Cole (Leicester Tigers)

Dan Cole's display against Bath was a positive for Leicester

Dan Cole's display against Bath was a positive for Leicester

Dan Cole’s display against Bath was a positive for Leicester

The Tigers may have ended a season of struggle with a 32-31 defeat at home to Bath, but Cole’s performance was one positive for the team as the battle-hardened prop showed he still has plenty of value to the team.

Along with making 15 tackles, the 32-year-old won three turnovers in a supreme defensive performance.

4. Guido Petti Pagadizaval (Jaguares)

Guido Petti Pagadizaval was a key man at the line-out for the Jaguares

Guido Petti Pagadizaval was a key man at the line-out for the Jaguares

Guido Petti Pagadizaval was a key man at the line-out for the Jaguares

A player who has been part of the Jaguares set-up since their inaugural Super Rugby season, the second row came to the fore in the line-out as the Argentines scored a memorable win away to the Hurricanes.

Petti Pagadizaval came up with three steals against the Hurricanes, along with winning two more line-outs for his team.

5. Alun Wyn Jones (Ospreys)

Alun Wyn Jones was dominant at the line-out for the Ospreys

Alun Wyn Jones was dominant at the line-out for the Ospreys

Alun Wyn Jones was dominant at the line-out for the Ospreys

Whether or not the Wales captain has played his last game for the Ospreys remains to be seen, but if he has then he will have at least gone out on a high after helping ensure the Swansea-based team’s place in the Champions Cup next season.

Jones was immense at the line-out with 12 wins as the Ospreys defeated the Scarlets 21-10 at the Liberty Stadium.

6. Pieter-Steph du Toit (Stormers)

Pieter-Steph du Toit played an important role for the Stormers

Pieter-Steph du Toit played an important role for the Stormers

Pieter-Steph du Toit played an important role for the Stormers

There was nothing to choose between the Stormers and the Crusaders as they battled out a 19-19 draw at Newlands on Saturday.

One of the star men for the hosts was flanker Du Toit, who forced two turnovers, won seven lineouts and came up with a line-out steal.

7. Josh van der Flier (Leinster)

Josh van der Flier put in a stand-out performance for Leinster in the win over Munster

Josh van der Flier put in a stand-out performance for Leinster in the win over Munster

Josh van der Flier put in a stand-out performance for Leinster in the win over Munster

It was a superb defensive effort from Leinster which helped them overcome Munster and restrict them to scores from three penalties in their semi-final win.

A huge part of that was Van der Flier, with the Irish flanker making 25 tackles and winning two turnovers to help thwart Munster’s attacks on his first appearance for the team since February.

8. Zach Mercer (Bath)

Zach Mercer starred in both attack and defence for Bath against Leicester

Zach Mercer starred in both attack and defence for Bath against Leicester

Zach Mercer starred in both attack and defence for Bath against Leicester

Rhys Preistland grabbed the headlines for helping Bath seal their Champions Cup place for next season with a last-gasp conversion in the 32-31 win over Leicester Tigers.

Yet number eight Mercer had a big role in the win with both the ball in hand and in defence. The 21-year-old beat seven defenders on 15 carries, made two offloads and came up with a steal at a line-out too.

Cleveland Cavaliers hire Bickerstaff

The Cleveland Cavaliers have hired J.B. Bickerstaff as associate head coach, ESPN have reported.

The former Memphis Grizzlies head coach had talked with multiple teams about lead assistant roles, but Cavaliers general manager Koby Altman convinced him to help former Michigan coach John Beilein as he transitions to the NBA bench, according to ESPN‘s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Bickerstaff, 40, was 48-97 in two seasons with the Grizzlies. He also served as interim head coach of the Houston Rockets in 2015-16, posting a 37-34 record after replacing Kevin McHale.

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Bickerstaff has also been an assistant coach with the Charlotte Bobcat, Minnesota Timberwolves, Houston Rockets and Memphis Grizzlies.

Since he was fired by Memphis last month, Bickerstaff had talked with the Philadelphia 76ers, Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers and Sacramento Kings about their lead assistant roles.

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Highlights from Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals series between the Toronto Raptors and the Milwaukee Bucks

Beilein, who signed a five-year contract with Cleveland on May 13, has never coached in the professional ranks.

He coached at Michigan from 2007-19, leading the Wolverines to two Final Four appearances and four Big Ten titles (two regular season and two tournament championships).

WATCH: Siakam's huge block on Lopez

Pascal Siakam made a huge block on Brook Lopez deep into the second overtime to help seal a Game 3 victory for the Toronto Raptors over the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday night.

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Having struggled as the Bucks won the opening two games of the series in Milwaukee, Siakam bounced back on his home court in style with 25 points and 11 rebounds as the Raptors reduced their deficit to 2-1.

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Siakam’s strong game was almost blotted as he wasted a chance to ice the game in regulation by missing two free throws with 7.4 seconds remaining, which allowed the Bucks to force overtime.

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However, the Cameroonian forward responded with a decisive play with 43 seconds remaining in the second overtime, soaring from the weak side to block a potential tying shot by Lopez, leading to a layup for Kawhi Leonard that put Toronto up 114-110 with just over 30 seconds to play.

Leonard led Toronto with 36 points, eight of which came in the final overtime period, as the Raptors also received significant contributions from Norman Powell and Marc Gasol.

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Click the video at the top of the page to watch Siakam’s block, then click the video directly above to watch the other best plays from Sunday night’s action.

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Allegri keen on quick return to football

Last Updated: 20/05/19 7:31am

Juventus lifted the Serie A trophy on Sunday after drawing 1-1 with Atalanta

Juventus lifted the Serie A trophy on Sunday after drawing 1-1 with Atalanta

Massimiliano Allegri says he is keen to find a new club for next season ahead of his departure from Juventus.

Juventus decided it was best to part ways with the Italian after discussions about the club’s future, Allegri revealed last week.

But after winning five Serie A titles in a row, Allegri insists he is “not particularly looking for a year off”.

“I’ll only take a sabbatical if I have to, but otherwise the idea is to find a project that convinces me. Life is full of surprises and you have to be ready for anything,” said Allegri, whose contract was due to run out in the summer of 2020.

Allegri leaves Juve with nine trophies after five years

Allegri leaves Juve with nine trophies after five years

Allegri leaves Juve with nine trophies after five years

“I spoke to the president (Andrea Agnelli) after Ajax (knocked Juventus out of the Champions League) and we had the plans to continue, but over the last six weeks or so we all came together and reached the same conclusion.

“We never got to contracts or anything like that, but I realised that for the good of Juventus, it was right to move on and change.

“Otherwise we’d run the risk of reaching September or October next season and hit problems, so it was best to leave on a high.

“I was told on Friday morning. When I left the meeting on Thursday evening, I knew that I was no longer the Juventus coach. I wasn’t told, I just knew.”

With regard to his replacement, Allegri said: “The club will certainly make the best choice to carry on this winning squad.”

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