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SHARP-SHOOTING SPURS BEAT HEAT TO TAKE 2-1 LEAD
San Antonio breaks NBA finals record for first-half scoring accuracy en route to a comfortable win over Miami, taking a 2-1 lead in the series.
BRAZIL PRESIDENT RALLIES NATION BEHIND WORLD CUP
Brazil’s president Dilma Roussef delivers a speech to rally the nation behind the World Cup, amid risk of protests and civil strife affecting Thursday’s start.
CLIPPERS SALE GOES TO ANOTHER COURT AS STERLINGS SPAT CONTINUES
More drama in the Los Angeles Clippers sale process as Donald Sterling’s estranged wife goes to court demanding her right to sell after Sterling backs out of earlier proposed deal.
RONALDO SHOWS HE’S FIT FOR START OF WORLD CUP
Cristiano Ronaldo starts in the 5-1 win over Ireland in a friendly, showing he’s put aside lingering injury concerns ahead of World Cup.
WATSON AIMING FOR SECOND MAJOR AT US OPEN
Bubba Watson is aiming to become the first man since Tiger Woods in 2002 to win the opening two majors of a season, and is among the favorites at the U.S. Open.