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  • 25 June 2019
    导出博客文章BOGOTA, Colombia -- Colombias celebration of victory in the South American club
    soccer championship was marred by violence, with four fans killed in a night of
    boisterous revelry.Authorities said they registered more than 600 street fights
    after Medellins Atletico Nacional scored a 1-0 defeat of Independiente del Valle
    of Ecuador in Wednesday nights Copa Libertadores final.It was Nacionals
    second-ever title in the tournament and the first by a Colombian team since
    2004.One of those killed was wearing the shirt of a rival Medellin club when he
    was slashed in the neck with a knife. There were also reports that mobs of
    Nacional fans attacked adversaries in Bogota.Police said at least 23 people were
    injured and more than 100 arrested.
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    Marincin has played in two NHL games so far this season with two penalty
    minutes. The 21-year-old has three goals, four assists and a plus-5 rating in 24
    games with the American Hockey Leagues Oklahoma City Barons this season. Well
    say goodbye to a much-loved WNBA player on Wednesday night, although we dont
    know which one. And well see if a team can overcome a very ill-timed technical
    foul incurred this past weekend.Theres always drama in any postseason. But with
    the WNBA going to single-elimination games for the first two rounds this year,
    the drama factor is ramped up. Heres a quick look at the first-round matchups
    that open the 2016 playoffs.No. 8 Phoenix at No. 5 Indiana, (ESPNews, 6 p.m.
    ET)The Fevers Tamika Catchings and the Mercurys Penny Taylor came into the
    league at the same time, picked in the first round of the 2001 draft. Now they
    face each other in what will be the last WNBA game for one of them, as both
    players are retiring when this season is over.Both Indiana and Phoenix fans have
    had their chance to say thanks to these two fantastic players in ceremonies on
    their home courts. The Fever and their faithful definitely do not want Catchings
    last game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse to be a loss.But thats exactly what the
    Mercury hope to accomplish in their attempt to make the kind of statement in the
    playoffs that they didnt make in an inconsistent regular season. The Mercury
    (16-8) started the year with four consecutive losses, and that set the tone.
    Phoenix seemed back on track a few times this season, but surges were followed
    by more losses.Indiana won the teams first two meetings this season: 97-93 on
    May 18 in Indianapolis, and 78-60 in Phoenix on July 8. Then the Mercury took
    the third, 79-65 on Aug. 30 in Indy.That last victory was the end of the
    Mercurys three-win surge to start the post-Olympics part of the season. Yet it
    was followed by three consecutive losses, all on the road to East teams. So you
    get the picture: We really have no idea what Phoenix team well see
    Wednesday.Diana Taurasi leads Phoenix in scoring at 17.8 PPG, but she has shot a
    career-low 39.6 percent from the field. Taurasi, DeWanna Bonner (14.5 PPG),
    Brittney Griner (14.5), Taylor (12.5) and Candice Dupree (11.3) are the same
    group that won a WNBA championship in 2014.But the Mercury played far better
    defensively that year, holding opponents to 74.1 PPG. Contrast that to this
    year, when Phoenix allowed 83.3 in the regular season.The Fever (17-17) have had
    their ups and downs as well. Indiana doesnt have anyone who puts up big
    individual numbers; Catchings leads in scoring at 12.7 PPG. But there are seven
    players who average between 9.8 and 8.3 points, and at their best the Fever move
    the ball vvery well.ddddddddddddWe saw them do that Sunday against Dallas, which
    admittedly has an even worse defense than Phoenix. But that 83-60 victory is
    indicative of the kind of game Indiana would really like Wednesday to be.No. 7
    Seattle at No. 6 Atlanta (ESPNews, 8 p.m. ET)The last time the Storm and Dream
    met in a playoff game, Seattle celebrated its second WNBA championship. That was
    Game 3 of the 2010 WNBA Finals, which the Storm won 87-84 as they completed a
    sweep of very close games.Angel McCoughtry, who had 35 points in that game, and
    Sancho Lyttle are the Atlanta players from 2010 who are still with the Dream;
    Sue Bird and Abby Bishop are still with the Storm.When that series was going on
    in September 2010, Seattles Breanna Stewart and Jewell Loyd were still in high
    school. On Wednesday, they could be very big factors for Seattle.So could the
    fact that Atlantas second-leading scorer, Tiffany Hayes (15.0 PPG), wont play.
    She is suspended for the game after picking up her seventh technical foul of the
    season in the Dreams loss at Minnesota on Saturday.That was a critical mistake
    for Hayes, who otherwise has had a very good season. Its also not certain that
    Lyttle, who has been dealing with a foot injury that kept her out of the
    Olympics, will be able to play. She was hurt July 15, and returned for two games
    on Sept. 4 and 6. But she hasnt played since then.It puts all the more weight on
    McCoughtry, who leads the team at 19.5 PPG. She will get help from Elizabeth
    Williams (11.9 PPG, 8.1 RPG), who is the favorite to win the leagues most
    improved player award. Rookie Bria Holmes, who has averaged 15.7 points in her
    last six games, also has given the Dream (17-17) a boost.No rookie has been more
    impactful this season, though, than Stewart, who leads Seattle in scoring
    (18.3), rebounding (9.3) and blocked shots (1.9). Loyd is right behind in
    points, at 16.5 PPG, with the veteran Bird directing the show (12.8 PPG, 5.8
    APG).Seattle (16-18) took the season series 2-1. The Storm won 84-81 in Seattle
    on June 28, and then in Atlanta 91-82 on Sept. 4. In between, the Dream won
    77-64 on July 5 in Atlanta.This is a home game for the Dream, but its not at
    their standard home in Philips Arena. It will be at Georgia Techs McCamish
    Pavilion, which is where the Dream will play their games for the next two
    seasons as Philips undergoes renovations.
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