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UPDATE: In an odd turn of events. Yahoo! Sports columnist Marc Spears says that the Boogie Smooth album may have been an elaborate April Fools prank. An April Fools prank so elaborate, that it wasnt even done on April Fools Day. In what might have been an early April Fools prank, Kings say that DeMarcus Cousins is not putting out a R&B album called, "Boogie Smooth." — Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) March 31, 2014 Roger Craig Jersey . But sometimes the way you lose takes precedence over the final score. And how the Jets lost the 5-4 game to the New York Islanders on Thursday is what had Coach Claude Noel hot after the game. Will Redmond Jersey . JOHNS, N. http://www.thesf49ersshoponline.com/You ... rs-Jersey/. - The Pittsburgh Pirates plan on keeping promising left fielder Starling Marte playing alongside National League MVP Andrew McCutchen for years to come. Pierre Garcon Jersey . UEFA said Wednesday that the champions of England and France only have to include five home-trained players in their 21-man squads next season instead of the expected eight. Only one of the five players needs to be trained by the club itself. Joe Montana Jersey . Theres little time for rest, too. The Flyers and Rangers play again Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden. Simmonds scored in the first period and twice more in the second for his first career post-season hat trick. Mason survived a busy first period and stopping 31 straight shots until Carl Hagelin scored late in the third.Saracens will face powerhouse Parisians Racing 92 in Saturdays European Champions Cup final on Saturday, live on Sky Sports 2 HD from 3.45pm. The Premiership champions travel to the Grand Stade de Lyon hoping to become the first team to win all of their pool matches and go on to lift the trophy.Saturdays final will be the sixth meeting between the sides. Racing won their first encounter but Sarries have won the last four, including a last-gasp 12-11 victory in Paris in last seasons quarter-finals. Will Saracens make it five in a row or will Racing emerge victorious in their first European final appearance?We examine five key talking points for the showpiece showdown.Get Carter Dan Carter talks tactics with Maxime Machenaud during Fridays captains run Leicester failed to keep their promise not to fixate on Dan Carter in their Champions Cup semi-final defeat to Racing 92. The Tigers duly went hunting the All Black World Cup winner, only to find the masterful fly-half always just out of reach.The temptation to go after the New Zealand great is overwhelming, but Saracens must not fall into the very same trap as Leicester. Carter ready for Farrell scrap All Blacks legend a big fan of Farrells competitive nature Carters ability to shape-shift around Racings full inside-back cordon leaves him almost impossible to pin down.Saracens must defend each circumstance on its own merits, rather than fret about Racings linchpin.Machenaud the mastermind Maxime Machenaud will marshal the Racing backline If Carter pulls the strings across the midfield, the man who generates the time and space for him to do just that is France scrum-half Maxime Machenaud.Les Bleus general knows just how to marshal a backline, but more than that, takes both pressure and focus off his half-back partner Carter. Pundit predictions Our panel of experts preview Saturdays Champions Cup final The further away from the breakdown that Saracens allow Machenaud to operate, the more havoc he will wreak. If Saracens shut him down at source, then they will have hit their first objective in the daunting battle to keep Carter quiet.Miserly defences Can Saracens unlock the Racing defence? Arguably Europes top two defences will collide in all their mean-spirited glory in Lyon this weekend.Saracens have long since been famed for their ability not just to shut out opponents, but also to wield their brutal defensive strategy as an attacking weapon all of its own. Former Saracens hard man Jacques Burger has a message for his wolf pack ahead of the Champions Cup final Racing have done likewise in their measured rise to prominence in the French Top 14.dddddddddddd Former Ireland fly-half Ronan OGara has whipped the Parisians into a formidable defensive unit this term, as finely evidenced in that semi-final victory over Leicester.International combo George Kruis and Maro Itoje have forged an impressive second row partnership at club and international level Maro Itoje was playing LV=Cup rugby just last season. His meteoric rise to Test prominence since, albeit despite missing out on the World Cup squad, has garnered as much attention in rugby circles as Leicester Citys smash-and-grab Premier League title drive.Itoje and George Kruis underscored everything industrious and intelligent about Englands Grand Slam Six Nations campaign. Now the Saracens team-mates have the chance for yet more glory on French soil after England swept the Grand Slam in Paris. Graham Simmons catches up with Saracens lock George Kruis ahead of the Champions Cup final The men in blacks finest can put another one over the French this weekend. The lock pairing have coped with every physical demand placed upon them so far this term, but will most likely face another step up on Saturday.Dangers out wide Juan Imhoffs pace will trouble the Saracens defence Racings former All Black wing Joe Rokocoko has packed more than most into his stellar rugby career, and at 32 the powerful finisher is still in fine fettle. Last year, he suffered relegation from the Top 14 with Bayonne, but now he is on the cusp of a remarkable trophy-winning return to the big time.Argentina flyer Juan Imhoff offers a constant menace on the other wing, with Brice Dulin also a dangerous counter-attacking option. Paths to the final How Racing 92 and Saracens reached Saturdays decider in Lyon As much as Saracens have expanded their own front-foot repertoire in recent times, Mark McCalls men must be on point at every turn to keep their French foes at bay.Watch Racing 92 v Saracens live on Sky Sports 2 HD on Saturday from 3.45pm. Catch the match for £6.99 with a NOW TV day pass Also See: Pundit predictions Team news: Brits starts at hooker Past Anglo-French finals WATCH: Paths to the final Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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