GiveMeSport US Report: USA vs Ghana, San Antonio Spurs and Philadelphia Eagles

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We start off in the World Cup, where the USA got their campaign off to a great start against Ghana. Goals from Clint Dempsey and John Brooks were enough to get all three points for the States, while Andre Ayew’s strike for the Black Stars wasn’t enough.

Mexico face hosts Brazil today with both teams looking to keep up their unbeaten runs in the tournament after beating Cameroon and Croatia respectively in the first round of games.

Over to the NBA, where Tony Parker believes that the Spurs veteran players will return to defend their NBA title next season.

Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili are coming to the end of their careers but the French point guard believes it’s not quite the end just yet.

And finally to the NFL, where Philadelphia Eagles star LeSean McCoy has come out and said that DeSean Jackson’s shock release was exactly what the team needed.

Head Coach Chip Kelly came under criticism for cutting the star wide receiver, but McCoy has come out and said the Eagles will be better for it.

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