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PARIS (AP) -- Never a stranger to the big stage, David Beckham was finally overwhelmed and reduced to tears as he went out in a burst of fireworks and cheers Saturday in his final home game for Paris Saint-Germain before retirement.
George Hill is back for the Pacers. Can they finish off the Knicks tonight in Game 6? Or will New York find a way to force a decisive Game 7 back home? Follow all the action right here.
There will be no Triple Crown winner this year. After leading from start to finish, Oxbow won the 138th Preakness Stakes, beating Kentucky Derby winner Orb, who finished fourth.
Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski acknowledged in a phone interview Saturday that he's in discussions to return as head coach of USA Basketball through the 2016 Olympics.
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The San Diego Chargers have agreed to a two-year deal with star pass rusher Dwight Freeney that could be worth $13.35 million.
Will the Pacers be able to overcome an ailing George Hill and finish off the Knicks? Or will New York come through again and extend the series? Rob Mahoney previews Game 6.
CHICAGO (AP) In case they weren't aware already, the Chicago Blackhawks now know they're going to have to earn it if they
want to get past Detroit.
The Western Conference finals are set with the San Antonio Spurs facing the Memphis Grizzlies for the right to advance to the NBA Finals. Who will come out on top? SI.com writers Ian Thomsen, Lee Jenkins, Ben Golliver and Rob Mahoney make their picks.
The Grizzlies enter the Western Conference finals on -- no hyperbole -- the ride of the franchise's lifetime. Never before has the organization won as many games as they won this year -- 56 -- and never before has it reached this point, just four wins from competing for a championship. The Spurs, of course, are simply back, mounted on a familiar horse: San Antonio has won four titles since 1999 and this will be their eighth appearance in the Western Conference finals in the last 15 years. The NBA might as well re-name this round "The Gregg Popovich Invitational" when he retires.
The son of the U.S. national swim team director is reporting that Michael Phelps is planning a comeback for the 2016 Rio Olympics.