Stephen Curry leads the Warriors to a 104-91 victory at home Sunday over the Cavaliers, putting Golden State at 3-2 in the series – one game from the championship. Curry scored 37 points, 17 in the fourth quarter.
Coach Steve Kerr says he knew his Warriors – especially Stephen Curry – would erupt on the court once he got a look at the smaller lineup fielded by Cavaliers coach David Blatt.
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A day of frustration ends in defeat for San Francisco, extending the Giants’ home losing streak to eight games. San Francisco grounded into five double plays against the Diamondbacks.
Sonny Gray pitched 7 2/3 solid innings to lead the A’s to an 8-1 win over the Los Angeles Angels in Anaheim. Gray lowered his ERA to a major-league-leading 1.60, allowing one unearned run and striking out nine.
The River Cats blow a four-run lead in a 7-6 loss to El Paso in 12 innings. Sacramento reliever Curtis Partch issues four walks in the 12th, the last with the bases loaded, to end the game.
The United States women’s soccer team is ranked second in the world but hasn’t looked it through the first two games of the FIFA Women’s World Cup. So far, the team has ignited a profound sense of wait-and-see.
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