With their backs to the wall, the Knicks beat the Pacers to forced the series back to Indianapolis.
Before cutting him, the Pats told Kyle Love, who has Type-2 diabetes, retire or be released.
Roy Halladay had surgery in LA and could begin throwing by July.
The Thunder have a lot to deal with this summer, but the most important is getting healthy.
Alex Ovechkin reportedly played Games 6 and 7 vs. NY with a fractured foot.
Andrew Luck spent time with Charlie Kimball's team at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Wednesday.
Just months after deciding all sports teams would be named Warriors, Hawaii has decided all teams will be the Rainbow Warriors.
Who had Keegan Bradley shooting a course-record 60? This crazy year, maybe it was to be expected.
Frank Lampard ended speculation of a move away from Stamford Bridge by signing a one-year extension with Chelsea.
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PFT: Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff expressed confidence that the team will ink Matt Ryan to a long-term deal.
HBT Daily: The Toronto Blue Jays are in the midst of a four-game winning streak, slugging the ball better this week than any other this season. HBT’s Craig Calcaterra thinks the Jays may be busting out of their slump, but also credits their success to an underperforming Giants pitching staff.
PHT: The Kings erased a late deficit with two power-play goals 22 seconds apart, giving them a 2-0 series lead over the Sharks with the series headed to San Jose.
PBT: With their backs to the wall, the Knicks earned a 10-point victory over the Pacers that forced the series back to Indianapolis for Game 6.
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