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Hornets lose Biyombo, Williams to injuries
Marvin Williams #2 of the Charlotte Hornets reacts after making a basket at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina, on October 29, 2014Charlotte Hornets' center Bismack Biyombo and forward Marvin Williams will be out indefinitely for the NBA club due to injury, the team announced Monday. Both players were hurt Saturday in a 76-71 victory over New York that left Charlotte at 19-26, one win ahead of Brooklyn in the eighth and final Eastern Conference playoff position. Williams was diagnosed with concussion and a broken nose while Biyombo, a center from the Democratic Republic of Congo, suffered a bruised bone in his right knee. Williams, averaging 6.5 points and 4.5 rebounds over 43 games this season, cannot practise or play in games until he passes NBA concussion protocol tests.

Poll shows nearly half believe NFL's Patriots are cheaters
NFL: AFC Championship-Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots(Reuters) - Nearly half of those responding to a national survey believe the Super Bowl-bound New England Patriots, engulfed in controversy over the so-called "Deflategate" scandal, are cheaters. While 47 percent of respondents in the poll thought the Patriots are cheaters, only 28 percent believe Patriots head coach Bill Belichick should be suspended for the Super Bowl. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady fared better, with only 25 percent saying Tom Brady should be suspended.


Russia defiant after more threats from West over Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin wears special glasses as he visits a recearch facility in "Gorny" University in St. Petersburg on Monday, Jan. 26, 2015. In televised comments after a meeting with students in St. Petersburg, President Vladimir Putin said that Ukraine’s army was at fault for the increase in violence and accused it of using civilians as “cannon fodder” in the conflict. “(Ukraine’s army) is not even an army, it’s a foreign legion, in this case a foreign NATO legion,” Putin said. “They have totally different goals, connected to the geopolitical containment of Russia, which absolutely do not coincide with the national interests of the Ukrainian people.” (AP Photo/RIA Novosti Kremlin, Mikhail Klimentyev, Presidential Press Service)MOSCOW (AP) — A defiant President Vladimir Putin on Monday called the Ukrainian army a "NATO foreign legion," reflecting his readiness to stand up to the West regardless of rising economic costs, as Standard & Poor's rating agency downgraded Russia's credit rating to junk.

S&P downgrades Russia's sovereign credit rating to 'junk'
People walk past a board showing currency exchange rates in MoscowBy Thomas Grove and Darya Korsunskaya MOSCOW (Reuters) - Ratings agency S&P cut Russia's sovereign credit rating to junk status on Monday, bringing it below investment grade for the first time in a decade. Warning of difficult times ahead for Russia's economy, S&P said it had cut the rating from BBB- to BB+ and that Russia's economic growth prospects, hit by low oil prices and Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis, had worsened. The rouble weakened to 68.65 against the dollar , more than 6 percent lower than the previous close on the Moscow Exchange, and the cost of insuring Russian sovereign debt for five years rose, in a sign of investors' concern.

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