Sports Night: Always Dreaming wins Derby

Mud in your eye: Always Dreaming wins Kentucky Derby in slop

Always Dreaming splashes through the slop to win the Kentucky Derby by 2 3/4 lengths, giving trainer Todd Pletcher and jockey John Velazquez their second victories in the race but their first together.

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NBA playoffs: Durant scores 38 points, Warriors beat Jazz to take 3-0 lead

Kevin Durant has 38 points and 13 rebounds and the Golden State Warriors beat the Utah Jazz 102-91 to take a 3-0 lead in the Western Conference semifinal series.

A’s: Rosales’ 2-run single off Rodriguez in 9th lifts Oakland

Adam Rosales hit a two-run single off closer Francisco Rodriguez with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, lifting the A’s to a 6-5 walk-off win over the Detroit Tigers.

Giants: Reds ride extra-base barrage to 14-2 romp over San Francisco

Adam Duvall, Patrick Kivlehan and Eugenio Suarez each hit a solo home run in the first three innings, and the Cincinnati Reds set a season high in runs for the second straight game with a 14-2 rout of the Giants. Ty Blach takes the loss, giving up 10 runs.




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Voisin: Kings fans, are you watching? Jazz took the Spurs formula into the playoffs

The Utah Jazz reach the conference semifinals for first time since 2010. Led by former San Antonio Spurs executive Dennis Lindsey, the organization has become larger and more methodical, and intent on developing homegrown talent.

Boxing: ‘Canelo’ Alvarez dominates Chavez Jr., Golovkin next up

Saul “Canelo” Alvarez dominates a grudge match against Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., winning a unanimous decision and leaving no doubt who is the top active Mexican boxer.

Two-hour marathon attempt an ‘inspiration’ to big Twitter audience

Kenyan runner Eliud Kipchoge comes just 26 seconds short of running a marathon in under two hours Saturday in Monza, Italy. The run gathers a massive audience on Twitter.

Women in Amgen compete as hard as male cyclists. So why do they make less money?

While women pro cyclists create plenty of goodwill for the sport and its sponsors, they earn far less money and don’t always get the same challenging routes for their races.

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