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N.H.L. Playoffs: Capitals Force Game 7 With Win Over Lightning

The Capitals out-hit and out-shot the Lightning in a bruising Game 6 to push the Eastern Conference finals to a decisive final game.

Yankees 10, Rangers 5: Yankees Keep the Home Runs Flying in Win Over Rangers

With five home runs against Texas, the Yankees surpassed the Red Sox for the most in the major leagues, with 72 so far this season.

Mets 2, Marlins 0: Mets Blank Marlins for Fourth Straight Win

Jason Vargas looked like a different pitcher, throwing five solid innings as the Mets, who had been struggling are now on a bit of a roll.

Cavaliers 111, Celtics 102: LeBron James Gets Highlight-Reel Support as Cavaliers Crush Celtics

James performed the bulk of the work in a Game 4 win on Monday, but Kevin Love and Kyle Korver had big moments as Cleveland evened the series.

Olympian Ariana Kukors Smith Sues U.S.A. Swimming, Claiming It Ignored Sex Abuse

The swimmer said in February that her former coach, Sean Hutchison, began grooming her at age 13 and abusing her at 16. He has denied the allegations.

As Rangers Founder, Could the Yankees Snatch Up Cole Hamels?

At 34 and playing on a struggling Texas team, Hamels may be on his way out of town this summer. And the Yankees may be in need of veteran pitching.

In Peru, Street Protests in Support of a World Cup Star’s Dream

Thousands took to the streets of Lima on Sunday in a show of public support for Paolo Guerrero, the suspended captain of the country’s national soccer team.

Not at the Game*: Courtside With Run TMC, Watching the Rockets Miss, Miss and Miss Some More

“It’ll catch up to them in the third quarter,” Chris Mullin said about the Rockets’ shooting, which did catch up with them in the third quarter.

World Cup 2018: The Big Names Missing Out

Here are six players who are healthy and ready to go but won’t be joining their teams in Russia, to the consternation of some of their country’s fans.

Five Reasons the Vegas Golden Knights Are in the Stanley Cup Finals

Little was expected of the Golden Knights in their inaugural season. Now they are four wins from the most improbable championship in N.H.L. history.

Indian Tribes Dig In to Gain Their Share of Sports Betting

As state governments develop plans to introduce sports betting, some American Indian tribes in the casino business are working to make sure they’re dealt in.

Investigation? N.C.A.A. Scrutiny? Business as Usual in Grassroots Hoops

A federal probe and criticism from an N.C.A.A. commission led by Condoleezza Rice have done little to change how shoe companies in youth basketball operate.

On Soccer: Champions League Final Is a Tight Fit in Kiev. So How About New York?

Price-gouging in Ukraine has fans scrambling and UEFA thinking: does the European Champions League final really have to be played in Europe?

Svitolina and Zverev Hope Tour Success Turns Into Grand Slam Wins

At the Italian Open, Elina Svitolina beat the top-ranked Simona Halep and Alexander Zverev was tough in a loss to Rafael Nadal. Success at the next level has eluded them.
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