The Raptors Tip The Finals With Their Own Strength In Numbers (538) Curry’s monster game for depleted Golden State is not enough.
Trump, Other Leaders Mark D-Day’s 75th Anniversary In Normandy, France (Fox News) The ceremony took place on the edge of Omaha Beach in Normandy where thousands of American and Allied soldiers lost their lives.
Winners And Losers: Steph Curry Can’t Do It Alone (The Ringer) The Raptors were aided by some hot shooting from Kyle Lowry and Danny Green to win Game 3.
97-year-old WWII Veteran Parachutes Over Normandy (Stripes) 75 years almost to the hour after he parachuted into Nazi-occupied France, Tom Rice again found himself floating down through Normandy’s skies, now a grizzled 97-year-old thrilled as a little kid.
Report: Craig Kimbrel Agrees To Multi-year Deal With Chicago Cubs (Yahoo! Sports) Craig Kimbrel reportedly agreed to terms with the Chicago Cubs on a three-year, $43 million deal, concluding his seven-month free agency.
D-Day Comes To Life In Rare Color Film, 75 Years Later (New York Post) It was supposed to be a personal memento — but became a rare piece of D-Day history.
The SEC Wants Its Broadcast Partners To Add Officiating Experts, Looks To Add A Twitter Account To Comment On Calls (Awful Announcing) SEC coordinator of football officials Steve Shaw told SI “I’m not sure we can live in a ‘no comment’ world anymore.”
Prosecutors Are Looking At USC Football Great Pat Haden In College-Admissions Scandal (Wall Street Journal) Federal investigators are examining whether Pat Haden played a role in the national college-admissions cheating scheme, according to a person familiar with the investigation.
Kyle Lowry Wants Fan Who Shoved Him At NBA Finals Banned From Games (Sporting News) Kyle Lowry drew unwanted contact from a fan sitting courtside during Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday. The Raptors guard is calling for a permanent ejection of the spectator.
Tech Giants Amass A Lobbying Army For An Epic Washington Battle (New York Times) Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google have rapidly built themselves into some of the largest players in the influence and access industry.
2019 NFL Schedules By Distance: Raiders Hit The Hardest By Travel Miles, Jets Have It Easiest (CBS Sports) The Raiders will be traveling more miles in 2019 than the Bills, Giants and Jets combined.