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Zhaire Smith will not join Sixers in Disney World – NBCSports.com

Sixers guard Zhaire Smith will not travel with the Sixers to Disney World for the resumption of the NBA’s season, according to the team. By Paul Hudrick

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Adelaide Crows AFL players Brad Crouch and Tyson Stengle allegedly caught with drugs – ABC News

The Adelaide Football Club says Brad Crouch and Tyson Stengle were stopped by police and allegedly caught in possession of an illicit substance in the city early this morning.

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Two Adelaide Crows AFL players have allegedly been caught with drugs in Adelaide’s CBD.
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  • Brad Crouch and Tyson Stengle were allegedly caught by police with an illicit substance
  • They say it was an “error of judgement”
  • The club says police do not intend to charge them

The Adelaide Football Club says Brad Crouch and Tyson Stengle were stopped by police and allegedly caught in possession of an illicit substance in the city early this morning.
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All guns loaded: Cats to enter final at full-strength – AFL

Geelong will have a full-strength squad to pick from for Thursday night’s final

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GEELONG will have a full-strength squad to choose from for Thursday night’s qualifying final against Port Adelaide with Rhys Stanley and Tom Atkins cleared to play.
Stanley hasn’t featured in the Cats’ last three matches due to an ongoing groin injury, while Atkins was managed with soreness in the round 18 win over Sydney.
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Both performed strongly in sessions on Saturday night and Monday morning and are poised to be in line for selection.
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Lynch ‘looking promising’ but Tigers sweat on medicos’ call – AFL

Tom Lynch’s race against time to be fit for Friday night’s qualifying final against Brisbane will go down to the wire

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RICHMOND will wait until later in the week to make a call on key forward Tom Lynch as he races time to face Brisbane in the qualifying final.
The Tigers star suffered a hamstring injury in round 17 against Geelong. It will have been three weeks since the injury by the time of the club’s qualifying final with the Lions on Friday night. 
Lynch trained on Monday but will need to progress his work on Wednesday before he is given the all clear to come up against the Lions as both sides hunt a preli…

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