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Cavaliers win NBA Finals

OAKLAND — After 82 regular-season games, 23 postseason battles and 43 1/2 minutes of Game 7 of the NBA Finals, the Warriors' dramatic season was an open book.

Johnson wins U.S. Open despite penalty ruling

OAKMONT, Pa. — After Dustin Johnson stuck his approach shot from the 18th fairway at Sunday's U.S. Open to within 5 feet of the pin, he strolled up the fairway serenaded by chants of "D.J., D.J., D.J." knowing nothing could take away this moment.

Sounders blanked by Red Bulls

HARRISON, N.J. — The Sounders fell to the New York Red Bulls, 2-0, in Sigi Schmid’s 500th regular-season MLS match Sunday. The Sounders have lost four of their last five league games.

Betts’ home run ousts Mariners

BOSTON — Taijuan Walker tried to remain positive and say all the right things, including his belief that he’ll make his next start. But as he exited the cramped, dank closet known as the visitor’s clubhouse at Fenway Park, his gait belied his spoken optimism.

Stewart’s big game not enough in Storm’s loss to Dallas

ARLINGTON, Texas — Crystal Langhorne and Breanna Stewart combined for 45 points and 13 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as the Dallas Wings defeated the Seattle Storm 88-79 on Thursday night at College Park Center before 4,622.

Datsyuk leaving Red Wings for Russia

DETROIT, Mich. — Detroit Red Wings great Pavel Datsyuk announced Saturday that he is leaving the team after 14 seasons and going back to his native Russia.

IOC backs IAAF decision to uphold Russian athlete ban

LAUSANNE, Switzerland — The International Olympic Committee (IOC) ended any slim hopes that Russian athletes might have had of competing at the Rio Games in August by backing the IAAF's decision to extend its ban on the country for systematic doping on Saturday.

U.S. Open at Oakmont gets off to sloppy start

OAKMONT, Pennsylvania — Little-known American Andrew Landry upstaged the game's biggest names on a frustrating day of multiple weather delays as he grabbed an early one-shot lead in the abbreviated first round of the U.S. Open on Thursday.

Cubs call up top prospect

CHICAGO — The Chicago Cubs are unveiling their latest hot prospect, calling up catcher Willson Contreras, according to multiple media outlets.

Kershaw maintains hot pitching streak

PHOENIX — Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw is enjoying a red-hot stretch that is helping him keep pace with the rest of the National League's pitching dominance. Kershaw turned in another brilliant effort on Wednesday when he tossed 7 1/3 innings and struck out 11 batters to hurl the Dodgers past the Arizona Diamondbacks 3-2.

Mariners end four-game skid

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Scott Servais removed his Mariners cap and exhaled. His pitching-thin team, featuring an overworked bullpen and unpredictable starting rotation, had pieced together enough of an outing for a much-needed win.

Wilson could be even better next season

Two years ago, Dana Bible, Russell Wilson’s college offensive coordinator for four years, said something interesting at the time but even more so now.

Commentary | US Open’s return to safe Oakmont after Chambers Bay is real ‘tragedy’

It’s been one year since the U.S. Open came to Chambers Bay. For those who failed to survive the cut — and even many of those who did — their prevailing memory isn’t the final round that offered a dozen story-line turns, seemingly all at once, culminating with an 18th-hole Sunday showdown between two of the sport’s best players.

Argentina scores early, Messi plays late in Copa America win

SEATTLE ­­— At 6:56 p.m., less than half an hour before the scheduled kickoff time, anticipation turned to impatience. Necks craned for a glimpse of Lionel Messi, the greatest player in the world, kids in Barcelona jerseys tugging on their parents’ sleeves.

Ichiro collects 4,257th hit

SAN DIEGO — Miami Marlins outfielder Ichiro Suzuki tallied two hits to bring his total between American and Japanese professional baseball to 4,257, one more than Pete Rose’s Major League record, in a 6-3 loss to San Diego on Wednesday.