Los Angeles reached an agreement Monday with international Olympic leaders that will open the way for the city to host the 2028 Summer Games, while ceding the 2024 Games to rival Paris, officials announced Monday.The arrangement would make Los Angeles a three-time Olympic city, after hosting the 1932 and 1984 Games.Under the terms of the deal, the IOC will advance funds to the Los Angeles organizing committee to recognize the extended planning period and to increase youth sports programs leading up to the Games.UEFA banned Manchester United defender Phil Jones for two European games for abusing a doping control officer following the Europa League final in May.The Bucks re-signed restricted free agent guard Tony Snell, bringing back a backcourt starter and one of the team’s best defenders.Snell averaged career highs in 2016-17 in points (8.5) and three-point shooting (40.6 percent) in 80 games, all starts.John Tortorella of the Columbus Blue Jackets is getting a one-year contract extension following a season in which he was the NHL’s Coach of the Year.Defenseman Andrei Markov, who has spent his past 16 seasons with the Montreal Canadiens, signed a two-year contract with a team in Russia’s Kontinental Hockey League, Markov, 38, had six goals and 30 assists in 62 NHL games last season.
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