Reuters Sports Schedule at 0600 GMT on Monday Feb 18

Reuters sports schedule at 0600 GMT on Monday:

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West is best in All Star game

HOUSTON - Kevin Durant and Blake Griffin provided a potent mix of outside shooting and inside dominance to lift the Western Conference to a 143-138 victory over the Eastern Conference in the NBA All-Star game on Sunday. (NBA-ALLSTAR/ (PIX), moved, by Steve Ginsburg, 400 words)

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Yao Ming not sitting around during retirement

HOUSTON - Yao Ming looks like he could return to the court for another shot at NBA glory but the 32-year-old eight-time All-Star tells Reuters he is delighted with his new life away from the court. (NBA-ALLSTAR/YAO, moved, by Steve Ginsburg, 450 words)

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Serie A

Siena v Lazio (1945)

Lazio bid to close gap to top two

Lazio can make up ground on leaders Juventus and second-placed Napoli after their slipups. (SOCCER-ITALY/, expect by 2200 GMT/5 PM ET, by Mark Meadows, 200 words)

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English FA Cup

Fifth round

Manchester United v Reading (2000)

LONDON - Premier League leaders Manchester City take on struggling Reading for a place in the quarter-finals. (SOCCER-ENGLAND/CUP (PIX), expect by 2200 GMT/5 PM ET, 400 words)

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Rookie netminder Allen earns shootout win over Canucks

Rookie goaltender Jake Allen shook off the concession of a game-tying goal in the final minutes of regulation to make a string of key stops as the St Louis Blues sealed a 4-3 shootout win over the Vancouver Canucks. (NHL-CANUCKS/, moved, 250 words)

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PGA Tour

Northern Trust Open, Pacific Palisades, California (to 17)

Merrick beats Beljan in playoff

PACIFIC PALISADES, California - Local favourite John Merrick won his first PGA Tour title by beating fellow American Charlie Beljan in a sudden-death playoff for the Northern Trust Open at Riviera Country Club on Sunday. (GOLF-PGA/ (PIX), moved, by Mark Lamport-Stokes, 450 words)

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San Jose Open, United States

Canada's Raonic wins third consecutive San Jose Open crown

SAN JOSE, California - Canada's Milos Raonic beat Tommy Haas 6-4 6-3 on Sunday to win his third straight San Jose Open title and bring the final curtain down on the second oldest men's professional tournament in the United States. (TENNIS-MEN/SANJOSE, moved, 350 words)

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