Sacramento native Cameron Champ finished at par and just missed low amateur honors, but some former major winners were impressed with his game.
Brooks Koepka wins his first major, capturing the U.S. Open title on Sunday with a 16-under 272 at Erin Hills to match the lowest score to par set by Rory McIlroy six years ago at Congressional.
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Khris Davis hits a two-run homer to help the host A’s win 4-3 Sunday and earn their first series sweep since September while handing the once-hot New York Yankees their sixth consecutive loss.
Giants closer Mark Melancon can’t hold a two-run lead in the ninth, and Colorado wins 7-5 when Nolan Arenado’s walk-off home run completes a cycle.
Elk Grove native Kyle Larson holds off Chase Elliott after a late restart to win at Michigan International Speedway. Larson’s second Monster Energy Cup victory in 2017 puts him back atop the standings.
The Kings have plenty of options at shooting guard, especially if EuroLeague star Bogdan Bogdanovic, an unknown in the NBA, decides to come to Sacramento.
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