Basketball

Warriors’ Thompson injures hamstring, limps off

[ad_1] TORONTO -- Golden State Warriors swingman Klay Thompson left in the fourth quarter of Sunday's NBA Finals Game 2 against the Toronto Raptors with left hamstring tightness, according to the team.Thompson was hurt with 10:40 left in regulation after he landed awkwardly. He stayed in the game for a couple minutes before motioning to his team to foul so he could come out of the game.Thompson eventually left with
Golf

Jeongeun Lee6 captures first major title with a 6 under par total at the 74th U.S. Women’s Open

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Basketball

Jazz legend Layden honored by NBA coaches

[ad_1] 9:09 PM ETTim BontempsESPN TORONTO -- After National Basketball Coaches Association president Rick Carlisle spent several minutes praising the winner of this year's Chuck Daly Lifetime Achievement Award, former Utah Jazz coach and executive Frank Layden, he turned the microphone over to Layden to give his remarks."Rick, how many more years you got in this term as president?" Layden asked.When Carlisle responded that he didn't know, Layden shot back,
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Haney doubles down after Lee6’s U.S. Open win

[ad_1] Suspended from his radio show for remarks he made about female golfers, particularly those from South Korea heading into the U.S. Women's Open, Hank Haney tweeted on Sunday that the victory by Jeongeun Lee6 was validation of his Wednesday "prediction" on his SiriusXM program.Lee6 shot a final-round 70 in Charleston, South Carolina, to win the LPGA's biggest tournament by a stroke.On Wednesday, Haney said during a conversation about the
Golf

Lee6 takes US Women’s Open; Cantlay wins Memorial

[ad_1] CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Jeongeun Lee6 is No. 1 at the U.S. Women’s Open. The 23-year-old South Korean shot a 1-under 70 on Sunday, enduring some shaky moments after opening up a three-stroke lead with three to play to hold off third-round co-leader Celine Boutier. Lee6 was ahead by three after a birdie on the par-5 15th, but bogeyed the 16th and 18th to give Boutier a chance over
Golf

South Korea’s Jeongeun Lee6 is No. 1 at US Women’s Open

[ad_1] CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Jeongeun Lee6 is No. 1 at the U.S. Women’s Open. The 23-year-old South Korean shot a 1-under 70 on Sunday, enduring some shaky moments after opening up a three-stroke lead with three to play to hold off third-round co-leader Celine Boutier. Lee6 was ahead by three after a birdie on the par-5 15th, but took bogeys on the 16th and 18th to give Boutier a
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Cantlay (64) rallies from 4 back to win Memorial

[ad_1] DUBLIN, Ohio -- Patrick Cantlay got another handshake with Jack Nicklaus, this time as the Memorial winner.Starting four shots behind, Cantlay closed with an 8-under 64 for a two-shot victory Sunday. It was the lowest final round by a winner in tournament history, and it moved the 27-year-old Californian into the top 10 in the world.Martin Kaymer, trying to end five years without a victory, started with a two-shot