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Byron Nelson: Sergio Garcia four shots behind leader James Hahn

Just when James Hahn seized control of the AT&T Byron Nelson he let it slip away. He missed the cut in his only two previous starts at the Byron Nelson . "I was never a fan of this course but now I am and I won and I don't want to leave". But he acknowledged that collecting a trophy because of Day's playoff blunder, rather than his own birdie, "was not the way I wanted to win".



Cavs, Warriors set for ultimate finals battle

All great quarterbacks. You know, and it should be the same for us. He scored 42 in an important Game 4 victory over the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals and can stand up to any of Golden State's perimeter players from a scoring and finishing standpoint.


Writer Slammed for Tweet About Japanese Indy 500 victor

Writer Slammed for Tweet About Japanese Indy 500 victor

Before today, the 40-year-old Sato had never placed higher than 13th at the Indianapolis 500 , according to the Indianapolis Star. "I was waiting for the moment and the last two laps, the auto worked beautifully". Alonso was running in seventh place with 21 laps remaining when he was forced to retire . This time it was with Sato, who joined the team this season and had largely been overlooked at Indianapolis Motor Speedway .


India thrash Bangladesh in ICC Champions Trophy warm-up

India thrash Bangladesh in ICC Champions Trophy warm-up

Roy's place at the top of the order appeared to be under pressure after his run of four single-figure scores in his last five one-day worldwide innings. England traditionally goes into One-Day International tournaments flying under the radar, being the underdogs, and their performances over the years (they have never won a global 50-over tournament) have justified that.


Warriors wary of LeBron as Cavs arrive for Finals

Warriors wary of LeBron as Cavs arrive for Finals

Golden State shot 44 percent against the Cavs in the 2015 Finals , 43 percent last season. The Warriors spoiled James' fairytale return to Cleveland from Miami by downing an injury-hit Cavaliers squad for the 2015 crown, their first in 40 years.