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Saturday, May 23, 2015
Warriors hold off Harden, Rockets 99-98
Houston's James Harden lost control of the ball as time expired, allowing Golden State to hang on for a 99-98 win against the Rockets on Thursday and take a 2-0 lead in an NBA Western Conference finals series that is developing into a showdown between Harden and Stephen Curry.
Tigers overcome Astros 6-5 after 11 innings
Detroit's James McCann hit a home run leading off the 11th inning to give the Tigers a 6-5 win against Houston on Thursday, denying the surprise packet Astros another impressive victory.
Serena's bid for 20, other facts to know about French Open
The very day that Serena Williams won this year's Australian Open for her 19th Grand Slam championship, she was thinking ahead.
Highly successful Africa Cup of Nations coach Claude le Roy adjusts his sights Saturday toward the 2016 Rio Olympic Games soccer qualifiers.
Andre Villas-Boas, manager of Russia's newly crowned champions Zenit St Petersburg, is intent on refreshing his line-up for Saturday's Premiership match at Amkar Perm to give some rest to the team's top leaders.
Mexico coach vows wild celebrations at Copa America
Mexico coach Miguel Herrera, famous for his sideline celebrations during last year's World Cup, said Thursday he expects more of the same during the Copa America despite not calling up his biggest stars.
Ducks bounce back, beat Blackhawks 2-1 in Game 3 of the Western finals
Anaheim bounced back from a grueling home-ice loss in the previous game and won 2-1 at Chicago on Thursday to take the edge after three games of their NHL Western Conference finals series.
Masters champion Jordan Spieth got his homecoming off to a leading start with a birdie before dark. Spieth made a 20-foot putt from just off the fringe on the final hole for a 6-under 64 and a share of the first-round lead Thursday in the rain-delayed Colonial.
For Kimball, racing is all about numbers
Race day is all about numbers for Charlie Kimball. He usually checks his blood-glucose level at least five times before climbing into his IndyCar. He follows a strict pre-race diet and uses a special in-car monitor to test his blood-sugar levels. After the checkered flag waves, he checks it again.
Meher Khalil earned fame and success after saving Sri Lanka's cricket team from a deadly 2009 attack in Pakistan, but the bus driver calls the incident "tragic" and says it is best forgotten.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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