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Sports >  NBA

Draymond Green, Warriors beat Trail Blazers for 3-0 lead in Western Conference finals

UPDATED: Sat., May 18, 2019, 11:19 p.m.

Draymond Green had 20 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists, and the Golden State Warriors beat the Portland Trail Blazers 110-99 for a 3-0 lead in the Western Conference finals. Green had his seventh career postseason triple-double and Stephen Curry scored 36 points for Golden State, which moved a win away from a fifth straight trip to the NBA finals.
Sports >  National sports

Punch Out: Clint Bowyer, Ryan Newman end All-Star Race with fight

Clint Bowyer and Ryan Newman fought after the NASCAR All-Star Race on Saturday night, Bowyer throwing punches through Newman’s window after the cool-down lap. The two cars had tangled on the track several times during NASCAR’s prime-time spectacle and tempers flared after the cool-down lap. Bowyer looked like a Rock’em-Sock’em Robot as he rotated punches at the sitting Newman. Bowyer said Newman’s actions warranted a response. Newman believes Bowyer should be “embarrassed” with himself.
Sports >  National sports

Kyle Larson takes first NASCAR All-Star victory with Kevin Harvick push

Kyle Larson got a big push and a big win. Larson went from sixth to the lead on a final-stage restart after a shove from Kevin Harvick and went on to win the NASCAR All-Star Race on Saturday night. Larson had to hold off Harvick and Kyle Busch over the final 12 laps to pick his first NASCAR Cup Series win since 2017. He won’t receive points, but collected the $1 million first prize.
Sports >  MLB

Giants’ Johnny Cueto hoping to return in September

San Francisco Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto threw a bullpen session and the team hopes he can return from major elbow surgery as soon as this September. Cueto had elbow surgery last August. He was 18-5 in 2016 and was selected to the All-Star game, but has since gone 11-10 in the last two years combined.
Sports >  International sports

Horsing around: Riderless colt races to Preakness finish

Unencumbered by a jockey and suddenly free to run wherever he darn pleased, Bodexpress decided to take a shot at winning the Preakness. Taking one of the most memorable trips in the 149-year history of Pimlico Race Course, Bodexpress followed the leaders without a rider on board and at one point appeared to be a contender in the 13-horse race. He was knocked down to last because, well, a horse can’t be declared a winner without a rider.