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Sports Night: Mayweather’s right on the money

Mayweather-Pacquiao: Right on the money

Floyd Mayweather uses his reach and jab Saturday night to frustrate Manny Pacquiao enough for judges to declare Mayweather winner by unanimous decision in the richest fight ever – even if it wasn’t the best one ever. “I knew he was going to push me, win some rounds,” Mayweather says. “I wasn’t being hit with a lot of shots until I sit in a pocket and he landed a lot of shots.”

Ailene Voisin: Bogut is the man for Warriors

The Golden State Warriors, who face the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals (12:30 p.m., Ch. 10) boast the super-slick guard play of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Yet it is the defense of 7-footer Andrew Bogut that is bringing this potential championship run together.

NBA Playoffs: Clippers slay the mighty Spurs

Chris Paul banks in a shot over Tim Duncan with a second left to lift the Los Angeles Clippers to a 111-109 victory over the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs in Game 7 of their wild and entertaining first-round playoff series.

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Baseball: DH debate goes on

Beatles or Rolling Stones? Chocolate or vanilla? DH or no DH? The injury to Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright once again amplifies the designated-hitter debate in baseball. The Giants’ Madison Bumgarner, for one, says: “It’s a beautiful game to me the way it is.”

Giants: McGehee builds confidence with 3-hit day

Casey McGehee, the struggling third baseman, plays perhaps his best game as a Giant in a 5-4 win over the Los Angeles Angels. He collects a season-high three hits, drives in his first run since April 8, scores once and makes several nice defensive plays, including a diving stop of a Drew Butera grounder to end the eighth inning.

A’s: This one stinks

Rougned Odor’s single off R.J. Alvarez drives home Shin-Soo Choo for the walk-off win, 8-7, over the A’s in the 10th inning. Choo hit a three-run homer to tie the score in the seventh inning.

River Cats: Doomed by early deficit

The El Paso Chihuahuas rough up Sacramento River Cats starter Braulio Lara and reliever Brett Bochy in a 10-6 victory at Raley Field. Lara and Bochy pitch two innings each and give up four hits and four runs each.

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