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Bolts blank Rangers, reach Stanley Cup finals

Ben Bishop made 22 saves Friday night as Tampa Bay won Game 7 in MSG to reach the Stanley Cup finals.

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Leah Still suffers setback in cancer treatment

Leah Still, the 5-year-old daughter of Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still, has been diagnosed with veno-occlusive disease resulting from a complication in her recovery from pediatric cancer.

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Sefolosha says arrest has hurt his reputation

Hawks forward Thabo Sefolosha blames police for the leg injuries he suffered during his April arrest in New York and told ESPN that the incident has damaged his reputation.

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Time for some fearless predictions!

Among the predictions: The San Francisco Giants' Brandon Crawford will win the NL MVP award and the Los Angeles Dodgers will pick up Aroldis Chapman.

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Photos: Friday Funnies - Celebration Fails

Celebrations can be pretty epic, but for some ... in not such a great way. A look at some of the top celebration fails on the field.


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Rubin goes towards goal then sets up Hyndman entering the box to his right, who slips it past the keeper. USA 2, MYA 1 in the 56th.

Final: Giants 4, Braves 2

The Braves are now 1-4 on their West Coast road trip, as Buster Posey had 3 RBIs, including a HR, and Tim Hudson picked up his first career win over Atlanta, his former team. The Giants move into 1st in the NL West for the 1st time this year. Box score


Final: A's 6, Yankees 2

Sonny Gray threw a gem with eight innings of 4-hit ball and got help from his offense -- including Brett Lawrie's second straight game with a two-run homer -- and Oakland got the win at home. Box score


Sacrifice is necessary for a Web Gem

Only the greats are willing to put it all out there to make a great play. Does Brock Holt sliding into a wall in foul territory for the catch top Alex Gordon's reigning Web Gem?


Walker a misnomer in Mariners win

Taijuan Walker might want to look into a name change after issuing 0 bases on balls and striking out 8 Cleveland batters in a 2-1 Seattle win. Seth Smith provided both Mariners runs on a homer in the 6th. Box score


Hamilton at home as a Ranger

There's just no comparing Josh Hamilton's power output in his time in and out of a Rangers uniform.


Josh Hamilton goes deep ... twice

Hamilton stroked his first two homers of the season in the Rangers' 7-4 win over the Red Sox tonight Box score


White Sox need 11 but double up Astros

It took 11, but the White Sox got the comeback win thanks to Geovany Soto's two-run double.


Nowhere to hide from softball star

What more can you ask of your pitcher than to throw a shutout? Florida’s Lauren Haeger not only did that, but she also hit a two-run homer to reach the 70-70 club -- 70 wins, 70 homers -- in the Gators' win over LSU. 'A magical night'

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McDonagh played through broken foot

Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh was playing through a broken foot for "a couple of games," coach Alain Vigneault revealed after New York was eliminated from the playoffs after a Game 7 loss.


Posey adds another in 8th

Buster Posey tallied his 3rd RBI of the night on a ground-rule double to give the Giants a 3-1 lead over the Braves in the bottom of the 8th, and Brandon Crawford brought Posey home to tack on one more and push San Francisco's lead to 3. Follow live

Amir Khan wins by unanimous decision

Amir Khan and Chris Algieri went the full 12 rounds, but Khan got the unanimous decision win (115-113 and 117-111 twice on the judges' scorecards). Khan improved his record to 31-3 with his fifth straight victory.


Final: White Sox 6, Astros 3 (11)

Gordon Beckham tied things up with a solo home run in the eighth, and Geovany Soto doubled home two in the 11th. Box score


Myanmar scores early in U-20 World Cup

The U.S. didn't clear a corner in the ninth minute of play and Yan Naing Oo of Myanmar was able to to sneak a shot through on the near post. Team USA found themselves in a 1-0 hole early before an equalizer off a set piece from the corner.


LeBron: Ain't no stopping us, now

When asked what it will take to slow down MVP Stephen Curry in the Finals, LeBron James said, "The same way you slow me down. You can't." Stopping Curry