Billy Horschel let his wife do the talking after keeping his emotions to himself following his first PGA Tour victory in three years on Sunday. “I write this nervously, skeptically, but also proudly because I have embraced the woman I have become over the past year,” Horschel’s wife, Brittany, wrote in the post. Brittany divulged her three-month stay in a South Florida treatment center last summer put Billy in the stressful position of supporting their family — including caring for their infant daughter and moving into their new home — as well as staying competitive on tour. Since claiming the 2014 Tour Championship for the FedExCup title in 2014, Horschel’s game had disappeared, missing four straight cuts before Sunday’s breakthrough at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
In a playoffs that has felt inevitable and lacked drama, the Boston Celtics gave us a great night. Down 21 on the road with Isaiah Thomas in street clothes, the Celtics did not roll over — they crashed the glass and pushed the pace when they could, their threes started to fall, and the Celtics just outworked the Cavaliers. Boston now trails 2-1 in the Eastern Conference Finals, and they can even the series with a win Tuesday in Cleveland.
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