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Spurs Eclipse Suns 102-92, Look to Sweep (AP)
AP - This was the San Antonio Spurs everyone expects, the guys in black smothering the fun out of any offense, even the most high-powered. Tim Duncan and the Spurs dismantled everything the Phoenix Suns tried for most of Game 3 of the Western Conference finals, turning their superb defense into a 102-92 victory Saturday night that puts them on the brink of reaching the championship round.

D'backs Make Wild Comeback to Beat Dodgers (AP)
AP - Giovanni Carrara walked Kelly Stinnett with the bases loaded in the ninth inning Saturday night to give the Arizona Diamondbacks a wild 5-4 comeback victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Angels Beat the Hapless Royals 14-1 (AP)
AP - Garret Anderson drove in five runs with a homer and a three-run double, Steve Finley and Chone Figgins each had three RBIs and the Los Angeles Angels beat the hapless Kansas City Royals 14-1 Saturday night.

Boston Batters Feast on Yanks in 17-1 Rout (AP)
AP - Edgar Renteria, Manny Ramirez and the Boston Red Sox broke out of their slump with 27 hits and a satisfying rout. Renteria hit a grand slam, Ramirez got four singles and Boston battered New York Yankees pitching Saturday for a 17-1 victory that snapped a four-game losing streak.

Contreras Hospitalized; Chavez & Son Win (AP)
AP - Julio Cesar Chavez took an unanimous 10-round decision over Ivan Robinson on Saturday night in a bout billed as Chavez's "Adios" to Los Angeles. The evening of boxing at Staples Center was marred by a serious injury in an early bout on the undercard.

Burress' Reps Say Receiver OK on Taxes (AP)
AP - Plaxico Burress' agent and attorney say the New York Giants wide receiver doesn't owe local township and school district wage taxes.

Urgency Shadows Eastern Conference Finals (AP)
AP - The Detroit Pistons snatched home-court advantage away from the Miami Heat by splitting the first two games of the Eastern Conference finals on the road. That didn't satisfy Chauncey Billups.

Cubs trade Hawkins to Giants (Reuters)
Reuters - The Chicago Cubs traded pitcher LaTroy Hawkins and cash to the San Francisco Giants on Saturday in exchange for righthanders Jerome Williams and David Aardsma.

Wizards Defeat Earthquakes 1-0 (AP)
AP - Jack Jewsbury scored in the 59th minute and goalkeeper Bo Oshoniyi made five saves to lead the Kansas City Wizards to a 1-0 victory over the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday night.

ESPN Declines NHL Option for Next Season (AP)
AP - ESPN will not pick up a $60-million option to retain NHL broadcasting rights for next season, the network said Saturday.

Mum Glazer only making matters worse
WASHINGTON – Bucs owner Malcolm Glazer was bold to acquire Manchester United, yet he won't utter a word on the subject.

Burress camp: WR doesn't owe taxes (AP)
Plaxico Burress' agent and attorney say the New York Giants wide receiver doesn't owe local township and school district wage taxes. A district judge who represents suburban Moon Township, where Burress lived part-time while he played for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 2000-2003, issued an arrest warrant for Burress on Thursday after he failed to appear at a delinquent tax claim hearing Wednesday.

Romanowski, Williams settle legal case (AP)
Former Oakland Raiders teammates Marcus Williams and Bill Romanowski are settling their legal dispute. Williams sued his former teammate after getting hit in the face by Romanowski during a practice drill in 2003. The pair announced Friday that Romanowski is agreeing to pay $415,000 to resolve the litigation.

Browns' Winslow: 'I humbly apologize' (AP)
Kellen Winslow Jr. apologized to Browns fans on Thursday for his reckless use of a motorcycle and confirmed that he will miss the upcoming season because of injuries sustained in the crash. Winslow tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee and suffered unspecified internal injuries on May 1 when he wrecked his high-powered motorcycle while attempting tricks in a secluded parking lot...

Bledsoe: Parcells easier on veterans (AP)
Drew Bledsoe is finding there's a difference between playing for Bill Parcells fresh out of college as the No. 1 overall draft pick and as a 12-year veteran quarterback. On their first day back on the field together in eight years, Parcells on Friday was content mostly watching Bledsoe from a distance during the start of the Dallas Cowboys' only veteran minicamp before training camp.

Football is fun again, so Rice plays on (AP)
After years in the spotlight, Jerry Rice wants to enjoy the twilight. More concerned with having fun than trying to live up to the expectations thrust upon football's greatest receiver, Rice was hungry for a 21st season. That's why he signed with the Denver Broncos, who aren't rolling out the red carpet, but are simply asking him to come in, try to make the team and, if he does, to help them win a...

House committee moves steroid bill along (AP)
Legislation that would set minimum steroid-testing rules and penalties for the four major U.S. professional sports was rubber-stamped Thursday by a House committee. The Government Reform Committee made no changes before giving its approval to the Clean Sports Act, sponsored by chairman Tom Davis, a Virginia Republican.

Back in a Flash
MIAMI – Dwyane Wade rebounded from a shaky Game 1 thanks in part to the Heat's improved defense.

Spurs smother Suns, take 3-0 series lead (AP)
Their offense already was clicking. Now the San Antonio Spurs have their defense cranked up, too, and that might leave the Phoenix Suns out of ways to beat them. Eliminating the fast break, denying the paint and running at 3-point shooters, Tim Duncan and the Spurs dismantled everything the Suns tried for most of Game 3 of the Western Conference finals, turning their superb defense into a 102-92...

Johnson's return fails to spark Suns (AP)
Joe Johnson's return wasn't the emotional difference the Phoenix Suns hoped it would be. Wearing a mask to protect his fractured left eye socket, Johnson put up decent numbers Saturday night in Game 3 of the Western Conference finals against San Antonio, finishing with 15 points, three assists and two rebounds in 37 minutes.

Medical problem may force Brown to quit (AP)
An unspoken secret seems to envelop the Detroit Pistons, the expectation that Larry Brown won't be around next season. The broad outline of an exit strategy is already in place for the coach, the future day-to-day developments sketched out in pencil. All indications point to another of Brown's many departures, with doctors' orders already the designated culprit.

Shaq, Heat struggling with health woes (AP)
Shaquille O'Neal isn't the only Miami Heat player with injury concerns. While O'Neal's bruised right thigh has been a source of daily concern for several weeks, he's just one of many Heat players spending as much -- or perhaps more -- time in the training room than on the practice floor. Three starters -- O'Neal, Damon Jones and Udonis Haslem -- and reserve forward Christian Laettner all were...

McDyess knows he'll never be the same (AP)
The Detroit Pistons snatched home-court advantage away from the Miami Heat by splitting the first two games of the Eastern Conference finals on the road. That didn't satisfy Chauncey Billups. ``We feel like we gave one away in Game 2,'' Billups said Saturday. ``We want to come out and validate that, and use that as motivation.'' With the Eastern Conference finals tied at a game apiece, the Heat also...

Hamilton having trouble with Eddie Jones (AP)
Eddie Jones took a seat on the Miami bench late in the first quarter of Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals, and Detroit shooting guard Richard Hamilton suddenly couldn't miss. In less than three minutes, Hamilton -- free of the defensive shackle that Jones is -- made three shots to end the quarter.

House committee moves steroid bill along (AP)
Legislation that would set minimum steroid-testing rules and penalties for the four major U.S. professional sports was rubber-stamped Thursday by a House committee. The Government Reform Committee made no changes before giving its approval to the Clean Sports Act, sponsored by chairman Tom Davis, a Virginia Republican.

Shaq, Mourning meshing at right time (AP)
They were once bitter rivals, sharing nothing but disdain for the other. From the moment Shaquille O'Neal was the No. 1 pick in the 1992 NBA Draft, one spot ahead of Alonzo Mourning, the pair have been linked -- and the relationship was never good. O'Neal once wanted to fight Mourning; in turn, Mourning questioned if O'Neal had any true basketball skill.

Wizards' Jamison has knee surgery (AP)
Washington Wizards forward Antawn Jamison had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, and the team said Wednesday he's expected to make a full recovery before training camp begins in October. Jamison had scar tissue removed Tuesday in Los Angeles. The All-Star battled tendinitis in the knee for most of the second half of the season.

Stumped by the suits
We should be watching playoff hockey. Instead we're left with "Stump The Schwab."

Crosby leads Rimouski to Memorial Cup final (AP)
Sidney Crosby had three goals and two assists to lead the Rimouski Oceanic to a 7-4 victory over the Ottawa 67's on Saturday night in the Memorial Cup semifinal. Rimouski will face the London Knights in the final Sunday. ``We have to realize this one's over and we have a lot tougher test (Sunday),'' said Crosby, who has six goals and five assists in four games in the tournament.

Report: Labor meetings to continue Wednesday (SportsTicker)
TORONTO (Ticker) - Had the NHL and the Players Association met this often last year, the 2004-05 season may not have gone by the wayside.

ESPN declines NHL option for next season (AP)
ESPN will not pick up a $60-million option to retain NHL broadcasting rights for next season, the network said Saturday. ESPN spokesman Mike Soltys said the network would have further comment next week. The option deadline is Wednesday. The decision was first reported by the Los Angeles Times and Rogers Sportsnet in Canada.

From Gretzky to Crosby; NHL pins hopes on prodigy (AP)
The prediction seemed preposterous at the time: A kid named Sidney Crosby had the potential to one day challenge Wayne Gretzky's records. What gave the words weight was their source: Gretzky himself. Two years later, little has changed in the opinion of ``The Great One,'' still enamored of Crosby, the 17-year-old prodigy dubbed ``The Next One.'' ``We're always looking for guys to be the...

Report: ESPN severs ties with NHL (SportsTicker)
TORONTO (Ticker) - The hits just keep on coming for the NHL.

Two days of NHL labor talks end; sides to meet next week (AP)
Progress was reported Thursday for the second straight week in labor talks between the NHL and the players' association. Both sides issued brief statements, but didn't reveal many details of what was discussed. Players' association senior director Ted Saskin said he expected NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and union executive director Bob Goodenow to schedule new meetings soon.

Czech Republic names Hadamczik coach (SportsTicker)
PRAGUE, Czech Republic (Ticker) - Less than two weeks after Vladimir Ruzicka rode off into the sunset, the Czech Republic has found a replacement.

State drops assault charge against hockey team owner (AP)
State prosecutors dropped an assault charge against the owner of a minor league hockey team who was accused of punching a referee after a game last December. Senior Assistant State's Attorney Stephen Sedensky III said he believed there wasn't enough evidence to convict Danbury Trashers owner James Galante of the misdemeanor assault charge.

United States to face Canada in first round of next year's hockey worlds (AP)
The United States was drawn into the same group as Canada on Tuesday for next year's world hockey championships in Latvia. Canada, which lost to the Czech Republic in the final on Sunday, the U.S., Norway and Denmark are in Group D. The Canadians and Americans also were in the same group for this year's worlds.

Youth is served
CONCORD, N.C. – The Coca-Cola 600 has favored younger drivers in recent years.

Kyle Busch wins second straight Carquest Auto Parts 300 (SportsTicker)


Busch becomes fourth driver to repeat spring victory at Lowe's (AP)
A record number of cautions fell Kyle Busch's way and he did the rest, holding off a trio of fellow Nextel Cup regulars Saturday night to win the Busch Series Carquest 300 at Lowe's Motor Speedway.

Gordon says 100-pound Danica Patrick has unfair Indianapolis advantage (AP)
Robby Gordon accused Danica Patrick of having an unfair advantage in the Indianapolis 500 and said Saturday he will not compete in the race again unless the field is equalized.

Gordon chasing teammate, changing track conditions in Coca-Cola 600 (AP)
Jeff Gordon is normally unflappable, able to jump with ease from the seat of a speeding race car to a gig hosting ``Saturday Night Live.''

Judge in Earnhardt lawsuit agrees to withhold contract information (AP)
A judge hearing a challenge to an insurer's refusal to pay a $3.7 million death claim on the late race car driver Dale Earnhardt agreed Friday to withhold from the jury parts of Earnhardt's racing contract. Superior Court Judge Kimberly Taylor extended an earlier protective order Thursday at the request of the attorney for Richard Childress Racing -- Earnhardt's employer -- who argued some of the...

Gordon donates $1 million to build Children's Hospital (AP)
Jeff Gordon donated $1 million Friday for a children's hospital at Northeast Medical Center that will be named in his honor.

Newman wins pole for NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 (SportsTicker)


Newman shatters track record to win another pole (AP)
Ryan Newman's latest qualifying effort was impressive even by his own standards.

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