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Depleted Spurs in 120-108 at Game 3

Game 3: Warriors 120, Spurs 108, Saturday, ATT Center SAN ANTONIO With their confidence shaken after taking a 36-point beating from the Golden State Warriors in Game 2, the Spurs were determined to be more competitive when the series shifted to San Antonio. Led by dynamic forward Kevin Durant, who …

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Highland Park captures mixed doubles title

After falling short the previous two seasons, Highland Park’s Phillip Quinn finally got to drape a gold medal around his neck. Quinn and partner Madison McBride defeated Hillcrest’s Zane Kohrs and Anne Gilliam 3-6, 6-0, 6-2 for the Class 5A mixed doubles state championship Friday at the George P. Quinn …

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Women’s golf national title

Those two senior Katelyn Dambaugh and freshman Ana Pelaez are among the reasons South Carolina heads into the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship oozing with confidence. In the Gamecocks’ two post-season tournaments, Dambaugh won the SEC individual title and Pelaez sharing the top spot in the NCAA Regional in Columbus, Ohio. …

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Pujols rally Angels past White Sox 7-6

Maybin had a career-high five hits, including a tying double in the 11th inning, and Albert Pujols singled home the winning run moments later to give Los Angeles a 7-6 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night. Hitting in front of Mike Trout is not a bad spot …

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NFL veterans in danger of being cut

Every year after the draft, a number of players find themselves in danger of being released. Most of the big-name cuts come after June 1 so that teams save more cap space and incur less dead money, so we could see a few well-known veterans on the chopping block relatively …

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NBA great Frank Brian dies at age 94

Brian was believed to be at the time of his death the oldest living former LSU basketball letterman and the oldest surviving player from the first NBA All-Star game. Brian in 2013 completed a state triple crown when he was inducted into the LSU Athletic Hall of Fame to go …

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Djokovic upbeat despite setback in Madrid

Djokovic’s struggles continued with an overwhelming loss to Rafael Nadal in the semifinals of the Madrid Open on Saturday, a result that extended his streak of five consecutive tournaments without an appearance in a final. Rome will be Djokovic’s last tournament before he defends his title at the French Open. …

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Racial Taunts on Soccer Field

Boston Red Sox Fan Reports A Racial Slur, And A Lifetime Ban Results Boston Red Sox Fan Reports A Racial Slur, And A Lifetime Ban Results (That’s a contrast to what happened Monday night at a Boston Red Sox game, where several fans were ejected for racially taunting Baltimore Orioles …

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United’s season on the line

The Manchester United manager had prioritized the Europa League over a top-four finish in the Premier League, and for someone who has made pragmatism an art form to roll the dice in such an all-or-nothing manner is out of character. Mourinho had called the matchup with Celta “the biggest game …

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Djokovic is looking to find a new coach

Novak Djokovic says that he looking for another big name coach following the recent split with his entire team, but isn’t in a rush. In Madrid, Djokovic spoke to the press for the first time since announcing that he is no longer working with his coach Marian Vajda, his trainer …

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