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LeBron, Harden unanimously named All-NBA

Cleveland’s LeBron James and Houston’s James Harden were unanimously voted All-NBA first team, with James earning the nod for a record 12th time in his 15-year career. …read more

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Players, coaches and owners react to national anthem policy

NFL owners will require players to stand if they are on the field for the national anthem. Here’s reaction to the new rule. …read more

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Simmons, Mitchell unanimous All-Rookies

Philadelphia’s Ben Simmons and Utah’s Donovan Mitchell are unanimous selections to the NBA’s All-Rookie team. …read more

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Lowe: Game 4 might tell all in this Cavs-Celtics series

Here are the key matchups, adjustments and plays that will shape the action as Boston-Cleveland hits a momentous Game 4. …read more

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Nadal wins eighth Rome crown in thrilling final

Rafael Nadal will head Roland Garros as the new world No. 1 after he claimed a record-extending eighth Italian Open title. …read more

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Chelsea’s Hazard punishes toothless United in FA Cup final

If this is goodbye for Chelsea’s Antonio Conte, he will leave with the FA Cup after Eden Hazard struck against a Man U side lacking bite in attack. …read more

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Fast track: Lue wants Cavs to speed up pace

Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue wants his team, in an 0-2 hole in the Eastern Conference finals, to speed things up in Game 3. …read more

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Champ Eagles get June invite to White House

The Eagles have received an invitation to visit the White House June 5 in celebration of their Super Bowl win. …read more

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NFL to vote on replay review for all ejections

NFL owners will vote next week on a proposal to make all player ejections subject to replay review. …read more

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Red Sox’s Smith hurts shoulder throwing glove

Red Sox right-handed pitcher Carson Smith was placed on the 10-day disabled list Tuesday with a shoulder injury which occurred after he threw his glove in frustration in the dugout Monday night. …read more

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