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SOUTHERN SHUNEH---Football is facing a
"crisis of credibility with its fans" over
match-fixing linked to an illegal betting
industry that dwarfs the legitimate sports
economy, FIFA s former security chief said
Governments and leaders of the football
industry must join forces in tackling this
"global crime," said Chris Eaton of the Qatar-
based International Center for Sport Security.
He was speaking to a regional SoccerEx con-
ference in Jordan and to The Associated Press.
"Football is facing a match-fixing crisis,
a crisis of credibility with its fans," he told
"Football is not the only sport affected,
but it is the most corrupted sport in the
world today," Eaton claimed. "We have to
address this at the top level," he said, adding
that it was not enough to go after a few
players, such as former Premier League
striker Delroy Facey who was recently sen-
tenced to 2 1/2 years in prison for match-
Eaton told the conference that "there
would be far less money to fix football
matches or any other sports matches" if
betting was regulated and legalised.
Eaton cited China as an example of
the impact of match-fixing on the sport,
saying viewership dropped sharply after
He said some $800 billion a year is bet
on sports in China and by the Chinese
diaspora in southeast Asia.
Criminals keep refining their methods,
while "law enforcement is so far behind
it s got a long way to catch up," he
LOS ANGELES---Chris Paul banked in a shot with
a second left to lift the Los Angeles Clippers to a
thrilling 111-109 victory over San Antonio in Game
7 on Saturday that eliminated the defending NBA
champion Spurs from the playoffs.
After Spurs veteran Tim Duncan made two free
throws to tie it with 8.8 seconds left, Paul drove
the right side. He originally was covered by Danny
Green before Duncan came over to help. Paul put
up a one-handed shot over the 39-year-old that
went in as he was falling away.
Paul said coach Doc Rivers spoke to him and
Blake Griffin before the game about last-shot sce-
"We ve been in that situation a lot of times already
this year, and most of the time I hadn t made it,"
Paul said. "We talked about it, and finally it worked
when we needed it."
Rivers said Paul, who was hampered by a ham-
string injury, is "just a tough kid. He s a street
fighter. I mean, he really is. I love him to death
because of his will."
Duncan said Paul s shot was "just unbelievable.
I know he was playing a little hurt, and he played
through all that, found ways to get it done. Just an
unbelievable last shot over two of us. He s just a
great leader, and it was amazing to watch. I wish
I wasn t on the other end."
Matt Barnes knocked away the inbound pass to
seal the victory and the Staples Center crowd went
crazy after the Clippers advanced to the Western
Conference semifinals for just the fourth time in
The Clippers, who faltered at home in Games 2
and 5, move on to face Houston starting Monday.
Paul scored 18 of his 27 points in the second half,
including four big 3-pointers.
Duncan had 27 points and 11 rebounds, his sixth
double-double of the series.
Paul missed the final 2 minutes of the first quarter
and the first 5 1/2 minutes of the second quarter.
He appeared to get hurt as he dribbled up court
before making a 3-pointer. He sat on the bench
with his head in his hands before leaving for the
"I thought about the team and all the things we d
been through," Paul said. "I know that if it was any
other guy on our team in a situation like this, they
wouldn t lay down, so I just tried to find a way."
Blake Griffin had 24 points, 13 rebounds and 10
assists for Los Angeles for his second triple-double
of the series.
The Clippers trailed by five points with 5:42 left
before Griffin made two free throws and JJ Redick
a 3-pointer to tie it at 97 with 3:58 to go.
The teams traded leads during the final minutes,
with Duncan, Kawhi Leonard and Manu Ginobili
scoring for the Spurs and Barnes hitting a 3-pointer
for the Clippers.
Paul made two three throws with 13.3 seconds
left for a 109-107 lead before Duncan was fouled
by Redick and made both shots. There was just
enough time for Paul to reply.
FIFA ex-security chief says match-fixing a 'global crime'
Football is not the only
sport affected, but it is
the most corrupted sport
in the world today...
Paul lifts Clippers
past Spurs in Game 7
FIFA's former security chief Chris Eaton
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