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Published:Tuesday | July 5, 2016 | 12:00 AM

Digicel Play inks deal with FLOW Sports


Sports fans are in for a treat with the news that Flow Sports will be joining Digicel Play's awesome line-up of content from August 1.

With Flow Sports carrying three Premier League matches per week, plus action from the FA Cup and Bundesliga, Digicel Play customers will be able to revel in an array of top flight sports content with SportsMax, NBA TV, Fox Sports and ESPN also on offer.

The deal sees Digicel Play securing the rights to offer Flow Sports on its packages until the end of 2017 throughout all of its TV markets in the Caribbean, namely Anguilla, Barbados, Dominica, Jamaica, Montserrat, Nevis, Trinidad & Tobago, and the Turks & Caicos Islands.

Digicel Play is a new frontier in home entertainment offering customers pure entertainment and internet access the way they want it.

As the only true fibre to the home network, Digicel Play turns homes into the ultimate entertainment zones and

delivers TV, superfast broadband, and telephony coupled with the best channel and content line-up and the best viewing experience.

Durant joins Warriors

OAKLAND, California (AP):

Kevin Durant decided his best chance for "growth" means leaving his beloved Oklahoma City behind for a big move out West to join the star-studded, record-setting Golden State Warriors and play alongside Splash Brothers Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson.

In the most anticipated move of the NBA off season, Durant announced his decision yesterday on The Players' Tribune. His contract is for $54 million over two years and includes a player option, a person with knowledge of the deal said yesterday, speaking on condition of anonymity because details weren't made public. Durant's move will become official as soon as Thursday, when free agents can sign their new contracts.