Warriors survive Harden onslaught to forge 2-0 lead

- The Golden State Warriors survived a stirring James Harden-inspired fightback to take command of the Western Conference Final with a 99-98 Game Two victory over the Houston Rockets on Thursday.

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Cuba, U.S. wrestlers tussle in Times Square

NEW YORK - World class wrestlers from Cuba and the United States celebrated the improving relations between the countries on Thursday with an outdoor exhibition amid the hubbub of Times Square.

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Curry and James headline All-NBA selections

- Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James headlined the list of players selected for the All-NBA team, the league said on Thursday.

21 May 2015

No structural knee damage for Hawks' Carroll

- The Atlanta Hawks had cause to celebrate on Thursday when medical tests revealed that forward DeMarre Carroll had no structural or ligament damage after suffering a leg injury in Game One of the Eastern Conference finals

21 May 2015

'Good memories' help Weekley into four-way tie for lead

- Former champion Boo Weekley took advantage of "good memories" and superb putting to charge into a share of the first-round lead at the weather-hit Crowne Plaza Invitational in Fort Worth, Texas on Thursday.

21 May 2015

Expect Nadal to step it up in Paris, says McEnroe

LONDON - Seven-times grand slam John McEnroe knows how it feels when a tennis career starts going in the wrong direction.

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Russia's hockey faux pas

Russia will be sanctioned after their players showed a lack of respect to Canada following a 6-1 loss in the world championship final.


A game with no fans

In a first for Major League Baseball, the Baltimore Orioles host the Chicago White Sox in a stadium closed to fans.