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Cleveland is undermanned, exhausted, and facing elimination but LeBron James still likes his team's chances of winning the championship.
The Louisville Slugger Museum hopes to draw in the non-baseball crowd with a new exhibit.
A look at some of the sports stories making headlines today, Tuesday, June 16.
Duncan Keith scored the game-winner and Corey Crawford finished with 25 saves as the Hawks closed out the finals in six games, beating Tampa Bay 2-0.
New to golf broadcasting, Fox Sports also gets its first crack at Tiger Woods. And the two primary voices at the U.S. Open, including Greg Norman, don't have high expectations for him at Chambers Bay.
A person familiar with the decision says the Denver Nuggets have reached an agreement to make Michael Malone their new coach.
The former New Orleans Saints player is expected to spend several years behind bars.
Inductees were selected by the Boxing Writers Association and a panel of international boxing historians.
There are fans of the maize and blue ... and then there's this guy.
Actor Patrick Dempsey, better known to millions worldwide in his former role on "Grey's Anatomy," finally made it onto the Le Mans 24 Hours podium.
Chicago is just one win away from its third Stanley Cup in six seasons.
The Warriors moved within one win of their first title in 40 years Sunday night, pulling away from the Cleveland Cavaliers late en route to a 104-91 victory in Game 5.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Monday, June 15.
Pham thought he was going to play no-limit Texas Hold 'em, but had mistakenly signed up for deuce-to-seven draw lowball - a game he had never played before.
Curry had 17 in the fourth quarter, including seven straight to put away the game
The fourth weather-related red flag of the day came after lap 138 of a scheduled 200. Busch was leading at the time, and he was declared the winner after heavy rain soaked the track.
You can hear game 5 on KPUG 1170AM. Our coverage begins at 4:00pm.
The Chicago Blackhawks are within one victory of their third Stanley Cup in six seasons.
Now the world's top-ranked golfer is refreshed headed into next week's U.S. Open at Chambers Bay.
The United States, ranked No. 2 in the world, has one more group stage match, on Tuesday in Vancouver, British Columbia, against Nigeria.