(Oakland, CA) — Steph Curry broke an NBA Finals record with nine threes as the Warriors hammered the Cavaliers 122-103 in Game Two at ORACLE Arena. Curry tallied 33 points, eight assists and seven rebounds. Golden State is up 2-0 and two wins away from back-to-back titles. LeBron James finished with 29, 13 dimes and nine boards to follow up his 51-point outburst in Game One. Game Three is in Cleveland on Wednesday.
Caps Host Golden Knights For Game Four
(Washington, DC) — The Capitals and Golden Knights square off in Game Four of the Stanley Cup Finals tonight in DC. Washington took a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series when the defeated Vegas 3-1 on Saturday. The Caps have bounced back from their Game One loss with two consecutive victories. The matchup shifts back to Vegas for Game Five on Thursday.
Angels Edge Rangers In Rubber Match
(Anaheim, CA) — Justin Upton homered to back six shutout innings from Tyler Skaggs as the Angels edged the Rangers 3-1 in Anaheim. Nomar Mazara went deep for Texas, which finished 3-and-4 on its road trip to Seattle and Anaheim. Doug Fister yielded all three runs over six frames as he fell to 1-and-6. They’re off tonight before hosting the A’s tomorrow.
Astros Crushed By Red Sox
(Houston, TX) — The Astros lost the rubber match to the Red Sox 9-3 at Minute Maid Park. George Springer homered for Houston, which fell to 37-and-24. The Mariners come to town starting tomorrow.
MLB National League
Chicago Cubs 2, New York Mets 0
Atlanta Braves 4, Washington Nationals 2
St. Louis Cardinals 5, Pittsburgh Pirates 0
Los Angeles Dodgers 10, Colorado Rockies 7
San Francisco Giants 6, Philadelphia Phillies 1
Arizona Diamondbacks 6, Miami Marlins 1
San Diego Padres 6, Cincinnati Reds 3
MLB American League
New York Yankees at Baltimore Orioles (PPD)
Toronto Blue Jays 8, Detroit Tigers 4
Minnesota Twins 7, Cleveland Indians 5
Oakland Athletics 5, Kansas City Royals 1
Los Angeles Angels 3, Texas Rangers 1
Seattle Mariners 2, Tampa Bay Rays 1
Boston Red Sox 9, Houston Astros 3
Chicago White Sox 6, Milwaukee Brewers 1
Truex Junior Rallies To Win Pocono 400
(Long Pond, PA) — Martin Truex Junior pulled away after a restart with seven-laps remaining and held on to win the Pocono 400 at Pocono Raceway. Truex’s decision to stay out on the track under caution with 20 laps left set him up for the victory. He held off Kyle Larson, who finished in second place and last week’s winner Kyle Busch finished third. Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski rounded out the top five.
Cowboys Resume OTA’s Today
(Frisco, TX) — The Cowboys are back on the practice field today for the final week of organized team activities. These voluntary workouts end on Wednesday, but mandatory minicamps open a week from tomorrow. Training camps kicks off at the end of next month in Oxnard, California.
Texas, Tech Advance To Super Regionals
(Undated) — Texas and Texas Tech are headed to the Super Regionals of the NCAA Baseball Tournament. The Longhorns beat Indiana 3-2 to advance, while the Red Raiders knocked off Louisville 11-6.
MLB First-Year Draft Begins Today
(Secaucus, NJ) — The 2018 MLB First-Year Draft begins today in Secaucus, New Jersey. The first 43 selections will be announced today to open the three-day affair. The Rangers own the 15th overall pick in round one. Dallas Baptist outfielder Jameson Hannah has a shot to hear his named called today.
Forney HS Softball Team Are State Champs In Memory Of Late Teammate
(Forney, TX) — The Forney High School girls’ softball team are the state champs, winning the tournament over the weekend in memory of a late teammate. A year ago, Emily Galiano was killed when a teammate hit her with a car after a team dinner. Emily’s twin sister Madison is on the team, and so is the girl who caused the fatal accident. The Lady Jack Rabbits beat Richmond Foster 4-to-1 for Forney’s first state title in 122 years. The Play for Em Foundation, established after Emily’s death, awarded dozens of scholarships to local graduates this year.