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Duncan to stay on with NBA Spurs: Popovich

San Antonio Spurs coach Greg Popovich plans to tap into the experience of retired legend Tim Duncan for his coaching staff but is yet to nail down an exact role for the five-time NBA champion. Duncan, 40, called time on his glittering career with the Spurs in July after 19 seasons, but will continue his association with the team as Popovich builds a new-look side. Popovich told reporters however that Duncan's role would evolve over time as he transitioned from playing.


Chris Bosh’s Desire to Play Leaves Heat at an Ethical Crossroads

Chris Bosh in January. A few days before the All-Star Game in February, he awoke with a sore calf. He was soon found to have a recurrence of blood clots, and team doctors told him his career was probably over.


Phelps boosts USA as rugby's O'Connell answers Europe's call at Ryder Cup

Olympic swim star Michael Phelps delivered a message on competing for America to the US Ryder Cup team while Irish rugby union legend Paul O'Connell is supporting Europe's "shoulder-to-shoulder" theme. "We had a very exciting talk from Michael Phelps," US captain Davis Love said. O'Connell, a 36-year-old former lock, played 108 international matches for Ireland, captaining his national side as well as Munster and the British and Irish Lions in 2009 and 2013.


Canada 3, Europe 1: Coaches Take Contrasting Styles Into World Cup of Hockey Finals

Coach Mike Babcock, second from left, ran Team Canada through drills on Monday in Toronto, ahead of the World Cup of Hockey finals, which start on Tuesday night.


California changes laws so children can no longer be prostitutes

Children will no longer be classified as prostitutes in the U.S. state of California after a new law decriminalized prostitution for minors in a move praised by child rights campaigners. Coming on the back of a public campaign coined "There is No Such Thing" as a child prostitute, crimes of solicitation and prostitution will no longer apply to anyone aged under 18. Under-age victims of sex trafficking are to be referred to child welfare agencies.