Rickie Fowler in contention at Memorial

Dufner got back into the mix quickly when Summerhays lost his three-shot lead after four holes. Dufner saved his best golf for the back nine. 11-15. Bogeys at 16 and 17 dropped him to a 7-under 65, but that was the round of the day by two shots.

Stephen Curry takes verbal swipe at Rihanna after NBA Finals antics

I'm not counting LeBron out yet - after all, his teams have lost Game 1 of the NBA Finals six straight times , and they've come back to win three of the previous five series . A year ago at this time , he could muster no such exuberance. Though the big three had solid individual showings in game one they'll need to play even better to beat this Warriors team.

ICC Champions Trophy: Dinesh Karthik looks to exploit England conditions

He said that that the last game against India was a good lesson for the batsmen, who have actually never been in a situation when the shifting of the weather assisted the bowling in English conditions. The game features a match between crickets vs snails, which is a reference made by the tech-giant that the game would work even on a slow network.

#CT17 Yadav takes three in India romp over Pakistan

#CT17 Yadav takes three in India romp over Pakistan

This may be an old, storied rivalry but in recent years these games have been anything but competitive. India very much looked like a side ready to defend their title in their innings, as Sharma, Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan found the boundary easily and had little trouble figuring out the Pakistan spinners.

Ideal postseason 'doesn't matter' to Warriors' Durant

The NBA Finals begin this week with the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors going head to head for the second year in a row to compete for the championship. "Golden State has more margin of error, so they can have guys maybe not shooting the ball particularly well, " Van Gundy said . Playing at Oracle Arena might give the Warriors a slight edge, but they have proven to be vulnerable at home.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr to return for NBA Finals Game 2

Warriors coach Steve Kerr to return for NBA Finals Game 2

With a crushing defeat behind them, the Cavs will attempt to even the series when the game tips off at 8:00 PM ET on ABC tonight. Golden State has committed twice as many turnovers already in Game 2 of the NBA Finals than it did in the entirety of Game 1 - eight so far in this game, four in all of the series opener on Thursday.