>>Cavs, Warriors Not Planning To Go To White House
(Washington, DC) — After the White House blamed the Super Bowl champion Eagles for their cancelled visit, NBA stars LeBron James and Steph Curry say their teams won’t go either. Both were outspoken against Trump last year and have not changed their stance. James says no matter which team wins the NBA Finals, no one wants an invite.
>>Cavaliers Host Warriors In Game Three Tonight
(Cleveland, OH) — The Cavaliers will try to turn their fortunes around at home as they host the Warriors in Game Three of the NBA Finals tonight. Golden State leads the best-of-seven series two-games-to-none after taking the first two games in Oakland. Cleveland is 8-and-1 at home this postseason. The Cavs will also host Game Four on Friday.
>>Colts DE McCain Faces Charges In L.A.
(Los Angeles, CA) — Colts’ defensive end Chris McCain is facing a pair of battery charges in Los Angeles. McCain was charged with two counts of misdemeanor battery yesterday stemming from an alleged incident involving a woman earlier this year. He allegedly spit and grabbed the female victim’s neck during an incident in January. McCain’s arraignment hearing is scheduled for July 13th, and if convicted he could spend six months in jail. The Colts signed the four-year pro in May.
>>Golden Knights Look To Extend Season Tomorrow
(Las Vegas, NV) — The expansion Golden Knights will look to avoid elimination tomorrow when they host the Capitals in Game Five of the Stanley Cup Final at T-Mobile Arena. Vegas has dropped three in-a-row since a Game One win and trails the best-of-seven matchup three-games-to-one. Washington needs one win for its first Stanley Cup title.
>>Cardinals Cut Down By Marlins
(St. Louis, MO) — Reliever Preston Guilmet was touched for three runs in the fifth inning in his Cardinals’ debut as they lost 7-4 to the Marlins at Busch Stadium. Matt Carpenter and Marcell Ozuna had three hits each for St. Louis, which had won its previous two games. Miami had dropped six consecutive games.
>>Cubs Kept Quiet By Phillies
(Chicago, IL) — The Cubs fell behind 5-0 in the third inning and never recovered in a 6-1 loss to the Phillies at Wrigley Field. Kyle Hendricks allowed five runs in five frames to take the loss. Anthony Rizzo went 2-for-4 with an RBI double in the eighth for Chicago. The Cubs are 33-and-24, two games out in the NL Central.
>>White Sox Split Doubleheader With Twins
(Minneapolis, MN) — Jose Abreu’s two-run homer highlighted a four-run first inning as the White Sox topped the Twins 6-3 to earn a split of their doubleheader at Target Field. Yolmer Sanchez added a two-run double in the fourth for Chicago, which lost the opener 4-2. Lucas Giolito tossed six innings of two-run ball to improve to 4-and-6. Joakim Soria [[ WAH-keem SORE-ee-uh ]] recorded the final four outs for his fifth save.
>>Tigers Take Clemens’ Son To Start Day Two Of MLB Draft
(Secaucus, NJ) — The final day of the Major League Baseball Draft is today. The Tigers started Tuesday’s second day by taking University of Texas second baseman Kody Clemens with the first pick in round three. He’s the son of seven-time Cy Young winner Roger Clemens. The draft ends today with rounds 11 through 40 starting at noon Eastern.
>>Justify 4-to-5 Favorite For Belmont Stakes
(Elmont, NY) — Triple Crown hopeful Justify is the 4-to-5 favorite for Saturday’s 150th running of the Belmont Stakes. The Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner will break from gate one in the 10-horse field. Hofburg is the second choice at 9-to-2. Justify and become the 13th Triple Crown winner and just the second since Affirmed in 1978.