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USA TODAY
Warriors keep season alive, force Game 7
USA TODAY
OKLAHOMA CITY – Stephen Curry and his Golden State Warriors are going home – to Game 7 at Oracle Arena on Monday night. After a Game 5 win in which the back-to-back MVP screamed “We ain't going home,” in those final moments, the defending ...

ESPN
Utley answers with slam, solo HR as Dodgers rout Mets 9-1
ESPN
NEW YORK -- After the New York Mets missed, Chase Utley connected twice. Utley hit a grand slam and a solo homer after Noah Syndergaard threw a 99 mph fastball behind his back, and the Los Angeles Dodgers went deep a season-high five times in ...

USA TODAY
Bale alright on the night as Ronaldo fails to shine
USA TODAY
MILAN (AP) — Cristiano Ronaldo stole the headlines with the winning kick in a penalty shootout in the Champions League final, more than compensating for what was a quiet game by his standards. Ronaldo's decisive spot kick in the shootout gave Real ...

ESPN
Bryce Dejean-Jones killed while breaking into Dallas apartment
ESPN
New Orleans Pelicans guard Bryce Dejean-Jones was fatally shot after breaking down the door to a Dallas apartment early Saturday, authorities said. Dejean-Jones' agent, Scott Nichols, said his client died after a gunshot wound to the abdomen. According ...

Christian Science Monitor
French Open: Will the real Serena Williams please stand up?
Christian Science Monitor
Serena Williams, ranked number one in the world, faced an unexpectedly hard match against France's Kristina Mladenovic. By Pritha Sarkar, Reuters May 28, 2016. Save for later Saved. close. Serena Williams clenches her fist in the 3rd round match of the ...

USA TODAY
Pineda struggles again as Yankees lose 9-5 to Rays
USA TODAY
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The New York Yankees say they are not yet ready to drop struggling Michael Pineda from their starting rotation. Pineda (2-6) allowed six runs and nine hits in 3 2/3 innings of Saturday's 9-5 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays, his ...

Indianapolis Star
6 am at the Indy 500...what to do now
Indianapolis Star
Indianapolis Motor Speedway is open for business and the historic 100th Indianapolis 500 looms. Pinch yourself! And now, while you're stuck in a car, standing in line or waiting for the action to start at the track, here's some stuff to keep you ...

Bleacher Report
Sharks vs. Penguins: Complete Guide to the 2016 Stanley Cup Final
Bleacher Report
Since Dec. 12, the Pittsburgh Penguins' record, including these playoffs, is 45-22-5. Since Jan. 9, the San Jose Sharks' record, including these playoffs, is 40-18-4. This is going to be an entertaining Stanley Cup Final, and here is the official ...

New York Times
Novak Djokovic Shines as Night Falls at the French Open
New York Times
Dominic Thiem is one player who could stand in Novak Djokovic's way after Rafael Nadal left the French Open with injury. Credit Eric Feferberg/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. PARIS — It is not often that a tennis player leads a cheer for a chair ...

Baltimore Sun
Two-time champion Terps hungry to taste victory in NCAA women's lacrosse final
Baltimore Sun
In his unofficial capacity as mascot of the Maryland women's lacrosse team, Rob Hawkins bakes bagels. One order is served with cream cheese and the customer's choice of melted cheese. It's called the Terrapin, and Terps coach Cathy Reese loves it.

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