Suso is already a Sevilla soccer player. Yesterday the Nervans found the final agreement with Milan for an 18-month transfer with purchase option, which would be mandatory if the club qualifies for the Champions League and it would cost about 20 million euros. The Cadiz, who will wear the number 14, arrived today in Seville to pass the medical examination and start his new adventure: this morning he left Milan with a private plane from Linate airport. “Say hello to the Tifosi? I’ll talk later,” he told reporters, without giving further statements. Suso leaves the rossonera entity, which he came to in 2015 from Liverpool, after 152 games and 24 goals: With 26 years he wanted a new adventure to be a protagonist and nothing better than Sevilla, where he will meet Lopetegui, the coach who made him debut with the National Team in November 2017.
LATEST STORIES Russell had missed the previous three games for injury-depleted Golden State with a sprained right ankle. His return gave the Warriors their seventh different starting lineup in 10 games. His previous career high was 44 points.“I think I’m capable of doing whatever with the ball in my hands,” Russell said. “Just trying to make a play every time. Fortunately the shots were going in and we were making plays. It happens like that in this league.”Alec Burks scored 18 points off the bench for the Warriors, who have the third-youngest team in the league according to Elias Sports Bureau.Three fouls limited Towns to seven points on five shots in 10 first-half minutes. That, along with 17 points from Russell, helped the Warriors to a 61-60 lead at halftime.Golden State was 20 for 20 from the free-throw line in the first half. The Warriors finished the game 23 for 24.“We had control of that game and we just let it slip away,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “It’s unfortunate. Our guys played really hard and, I thought, played well enough to win. Give Minnesota credit. They made big plays down the stretch.”TIP INSWarriors G Stephen Curry (fractured left wrist), G Klay Thompson (left ACL surgery), F Kevon Looney (neuropathy), F Draymond Green (sprained left index finger) and F Alen Smailagic (right ankle sprain) are out.Timberwolves point guards Jeff Teague (illness) and Shabazz Napier (right shoulder sprain) missed their second consecutive game. Saunders said Teague has a good chance to play Sunday against Denver. Okogie started Wednesday’s loss to Memphis, but returned to the bench Friday. He was replaced by Treveon Graham, who started the first six games of the season.GOOD H ANDS “We believe in him,” Timberwolves forward Robert Covington said. “This coaching staff, this organization believes in him. Now he’s starting to see it, he’s starting to feel it. He’s just going out there, he’s being comfortable. Not hesitating.”Wiggins and the Timberwolves trailed 110-106 with 29 seconds left in regulation. But after two free throws by Karl-Anthony Towns and a forced jump ball by Covington, Wiggins tied it on a drive with 5.6 seconds left. 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(AP Photo/Jim Mone)MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Timberwolves needed every one of Andrew Wiggins’ 40 points to outlast D’Angelo Russell and the Golden State Warriors.Wiggins scored the tying basket late in regulation and the Timberwolves overcame Russell’s career-high 52 points to beat the Warriors 125-119 in overtime Friday night.ADVERTISEMENT Matteo Guidicelli had saved up for Sarah G’s ring since 2014? Wiggins played 45 minutes, handling point guard duties for a good portion of the game. He had seven assists and zero turnovers. In Wiggins’ last three games, he has scored 25, 30 and 40 points.“He’s hungry,” Minnesota coach Ryan Saunders said.Wiggins was not made available to reporters after the game.Towns battled through foul trouble to score 20 points and grab 14 rebounds. Covington had 17 points and 11 rebounds.It took all of them to edge Russell and the Warriors, who have lost five of six.ADVERTISEMENT Covington made the game’s biggest defensive play when he tied up Burks near midcourt and then won the ensuing jump ball. That gave Minnesota the ball so Wiggins could tie the game.“It was obvious,” Covington said. “He didn’t have nowhere to go. Because I took away the middle, and he turned his back. He only had one way to go.”UP NEXTWarriors: At Oklahoma City on Saturday night.Timberwolves: Host Denver on Sunday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Drilon apologizes to BCDA’s Dizon over false claim on designer of P50-M ‘kaldero’ Ethel Booba on SEA Games cauldron: ‘Sulit kung corrupt ang panggatong’ Duterte calls himself, Go, Cayetano ‘the brightest stars’ in PH politics Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments