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Lowe on NBA Finals: Predicting who wins Lakers-Heat and why
The stakes are high, and the matchups are fascinating. Here's what to watch for in the NBA Finals.
Add it to the list: Herro Ball joins iconic sports frenzies
Miami's Tyler Herro is the latest star to inspire an outright frenzy in the past decade.
Serena Williams' latest quest for 24 ends at French Open, but does it really matter?
Serena Williams doesn't need to win another Grand Slam title -- or another match -- to cement her status as the greatest of all time in tennis.
Biggest injury questions for every team: What's next for Michael Thomas, George Kittle and others
Thomas and Kittle could be nearing a return but the status of others like Julio Jones is still unclear. NFL Nation reporters have the latest updates.
A grandfather, a grandson and a bucket of old baseballs going viral
Ethan Anderson's grandfather cleaned out his garage and decided it was time for the bucket of baseballs to go. He left a note with them at a batting cage. They went viral, which make it even better for a grandfather who doesn't use social media.
Sources: Rivers, 76ers to discuss coaching job
The Sixers will meet with former Clippers coach Doc Rivers in Philadelphia about the franchise's head-coaching job, sources said.
Correa throws down gauntlet on Astros haters
Carlos Correa played the hero role in helping Houston advance, then didn't pull punches toward the wider world's feelings on the Astros. "I know a lot of people are mad," Correa said. "But what are they going to say now?"
QB Carr: Maskless Raiders 'slipped up' at event
Quarterback Derek Carr said Raiders players "weren't trying to be careless or reckless" when they removed their masks at a charity event Monday night.
Marlins' Marte day-to-day with fractured pinkie
Marlins outfielder Starling Marte suffered a fractured left pinkie when he was hit by a pitch in the ninth inning of Wednesday's wild-card win vs. the Chicago Cubs.
Saints' Thomas (ankle) practices on limited basis
After missing the past two games with a high ankle sprain suffered in the season opener, New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas returned to practice on a limited basis Wednesday.