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Levy rallies for comeback at China Open
Alexander Levy of France hits a shot during the third round of the Volvo China Open golf tournament in Shanghai on April 25, 2015Alexander Levy of France fought his way back to the top of the leaderboard on the third day of the Volvo China Open Saturday, overtaking compatriot Julien Quesne in the $3.2 million tournament. Levy was in a group of four players including England's David Howell and China's Wu Ashun and Li Haotong finishing the round with eight under overall at the par 72 Tomson Shanghai Pudong Golf Club. The quartet of leaders was followed by another group of four on six under, including Scotland's Richie Ramsay, Thailand's Prom Meesawat, England's Seve Benson and Sweden's Magnus Carlsson.

Leonard nets career-high 32 in Spurs' win over Clippers
Kawhi Leonard of the San Antonio Spurs slam dunks against the Los Angeles Clippers during Game Three of the Western Conference quarterfinals of the 2015 NBA Playoffs at the AT&T Center on April 24, 2015 in San Antonio, TexasKawhi Leonard showed why he is worthy of being named the defensive player of the year, putting his complete game on display for the San Antonio Spurs. Leonard scored a career-high 32 points to carry the Spurs to a 100-73 win over the Los Angeles Clippers and a 2-1 lead in their best-of-seven Western Conference playoff series. In the other playoff contests Friday, the Houston Rockets and Washington Wizards also won to take commanding 3-0 series leads. Leonard not only anchored the Spurs' defense but he wasted no time putting his stamp on the game offensively.

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Greece not playing a game of chicken on debt - Kotzias
Greek national flags sit arranged for sale at a shop in AthensBy Daniel Bases NEW YORK (Reuters) - Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias said on Friday he respects Germany just not German politics, nor the way Berlin views Greece's economy, which faces the prospect of running out of money if it cannot agree to new bailout terms with creditors. Kotzias is part of the leftist government that took over in January after an anti-austerity campaign promising to roll back reforms and cutbacks agreed by the prior government to improve Greece's finances. Kotzias said Greece and its euro zone partners need to compromise on creating political policies that will foster growth and allow the country to pay its debts. Trust is a very important thing but they have to be pragmatic." "Do they want to support us to have growth... or do they decide to have Greece struggle, to punish Greece and to create an example of what happens to a country that has a left government," Kotzias said at the end a four-day visit to Washington and New York.

UBS chairman says Greek default increasingly seen by IMF as controllable
Weber, Chairman of the Board of Directors of UBS, speaks at The New Growth Context event in the Swiss mountain resort of DavosUBS's chairman said a default by Greece is seen by the International Monetary Fund as "systemically controllable" and he believed it would have a negligible impact on the Swiss bank itself, according to a newspaper interview published on Saturday. Euro zone finance ministers told Greece on Friday that its leftist government would get no more aid until it agreed a complete economic reform plan. In an interview with Neue Zuercher Zeitung, the chairman of Zurich-based UBS, Axel Weber, addressed the alternative if euro zone and Greek officials fail to reach an agreement. "I've just come from a meeting of the International Monetary Fund.
   

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