Golden State’s Green is known for his constant stream of chatter, but of late he has redirected it from the referees to the game with results a teammate could only describe as “ridiculous.”
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Tsai, the new owner of the Liberty and part owner of the Nets, has made a fortune as a founder of the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group. He’s hoping his skills can produce needed revenue for the W.N.B.A.
In the 54th match between fierce rivals, the Italian Open final offered the first scoreless set by either player. Nadal hung on to win his first title of 2019.
War of Will, with Tyler Gaffalione riding once again, was not impeded this time, though another jockey’s tumble at the start provided a scare.
Ranked 22nd in the world, the British have yet to win a game in this year’s world hockey championships. But ice hockey has grown in Britain.
Koepka, despite shooting only a par 70 in the third round, has a seven-shot lead amid a dominant run that smacks of Tiger Woods in his prime.
A filly died after a race on Friday at Pimlico, the site of Saturday’s Preakness Stakes. The fatality at Santa Anita, the 24th at the track since Dec. 26, occurred after a gelding broke down during training.
Lyon, the gold standard in women’s club soccer, scored four times in the first 30 minutes and earned its sixth European crown since 2011.
Mickelson had said on a video that, “As the putts go down, the thumbs are coming up.” He finished six over par on the day but still savored the crowd’s support.
Atiwit Janewattananond, better known as Jazz, is the only player using a local caddie. He is tied for second, having fun and going well beyond his original goal of shaking hands with Tiger Woods.
He was never all that lovable a figure, and he is hardly an exemplar of fine behavior off the course, but fans love golf’s past and current king.
He was supposed to be the heir apparent to Tiger Woods. At Bethpage State Park, McIlroy was just happy to make the cut.
Despite 17 players spending time on the injured list this year, the Yankees have kept pace in the A.L. East with smart moves rather than splashy ones.
Olympique Lyonnais will play for its fourth Women’s Champions League title on Saturday. There may not be a team on earth that can match its talent advantage, or its dominance of its sport.
Mickey Callaway, whose job security may have become more tenuous, defended Cano, who failed to run out a grounder for the second time in three games against the Marlins.
Draymond Green had a triple-double and Stephen Curry scored 36 points for Golden State, which is one win from its fifth straight trip to the N.B.A. finals.
The Mets lost their fourth in a row, increasing speculation that their manager’s job was in peril. Their only hit was on the game’s first pitch.
Meadows, who threw out a runner at the plate in the sixth, hit the winning homer in the 11th. Masahiro Tanaka pitched six scoreless innings for the Yankees but left after a ball hit his shin.
In the Italian Open women’s final, Johanna Konta will face Karolina Pliskova.
Milwaukee is just two wins against the Raptors from its first N.B.A. finals appearance since 1974 behind the play of Giannis Antetokounmpo and a solid supporting cast.