3P ET: Reports: Celtics Bring Back Nate Robinson
Contador Cuts 10 Seconds From Schleck's Lead
US Soccer In Talks To Retain Bob Bradley
July 16, 2010 3:00 PM ET
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Reports: Celts Bring Back Robinson For 2 Years
The Boston Herald reports that the Celtics are about to extend their relationship with Nate Robinson. The team reached an agreement with their backup point guard on a two-year deal that will pay him approximately $4 million per season. The Celtics, with many other needs to fill with minimum contracts, no longer have to list point guard among those needs.
Rodriguez Edges Contador In Stage 12
Joaquin Rodriguez of Spain won a hilly 12th stage of the Tour de France today, beating title contender Alberto Contador in a two-man sprint to the finish. Rodriguez and the defending champion burst from the pack in a steep final climb, leaving behind race leader Andy Schleck and overtaking several breakaway riders. Contador ended up gaining 10 seconds on his rival and now trails Schleck by 31 seconds.
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USSF In Talks To Keep Bradley
According to ESPNSoccernet, The United States Soccer Federation has said it is actively seeking to secure coach Bob Bradley's future amid suggestions that he is a target for Premier League club Fulham. Bradley impressed at the World Cup leading the US to the top spot in Group C, although the country's campaign was ended by Ghana in the second round.