Bryson DeChambeau shot a third-round 68 on Saturday in the third round of the Wells Fargo Championship, but that's not the story he'll tell about this day years from now. Instead, he'll talk about how he had to fly from Dallas back to Charlotte, N.C., to play the round at Quail Hollow Golf Club. "We did a lot of scrambling last night to get back," DeChambeau, 27, said.
James is attempting to return for the Lakers' final four games of the regular season.
NEW YORK (AP) The NBA fined New Orleans Pelicans executive David Griffin $50,000 on Sunday for publicly criticizing officiating over how star Zion Williamson is handled and making comments the league considered detrimental. The decision came two days after Griffin, the Pelicans' executive vice president of basketball operations, spoke out strongly about his concerns on the amount of contact NBA referees allow Williamson to endure. Griffin said the Pelicans have told league officials many times that they feared Williamson was being exposed to injury because of the way defenders are allowed to play against the 6-foot-7, 284-pound forward.
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Dutchman Van der Hoorn wins stage three at the Giro d'Italia Bora-Hansgrohe spend day chasing only to miss out on stage Ganna retains leader's pink jersey and youth classification Evenepoels move up to third on general classification Taco van der Hoorn held off a galloping bunch to land the biggest victory of his career when the Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux rider won stage three at the Giro d'Italia on Monday. Just moments after winning the 190-kilometre stage from Biella to Canale, the grand tour debutant described his win as 'unbelievable'. Indeed, despite impressing throughout the spring classics where the Dutchman was a regular figure in the early breakaways, few will have predicted Van der Hoorn could have won the stage, particularly given the horsepower on the front of the chasing peloton. After an eight-man breakaway had formed from the flag, Bora-Hansgrohe appeared intent on reining them in the hope of setting up three-time world champion Peter Sagan for the stage win. Van der Hoorn, however, had other ideas and having ridden Simon Pellaud (Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec) off his wheel around 7km from the finishing line remained the last man standing. Against the odds the 27-year-old held off the pack to land the biggest win of his career.
Since leaving Australia in March for the first time in more than a year, the 25-year-old won the Miami Open, reached the quarters in Charleston, beat Sabalenka in the Stuttgart final before reaching the decider at the Madrid WTA 1000 event. Barty, who is building towards the French Open at the end of the month, also won the doubles with American Jennifer Brady at the WTA 500 event in Stuttgart. After losing to Belarusian Sabalenka in Madrid on Saturday, Barty said being tired meant she was doing something right.
Things were not looking great for the Nets for most of the night, trailing by 21 in the first half against the Nuggets.
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Boston is in seventh in the Eastern Conference with a rematch against Miami looming on Tuesday. Unless the Celtics can figure things out, the play-in tournament looks likely.
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Rory McIlroy climbed back into the top 10 in the Official World Golf Rankings following his first win in 18 months, and knocked Brooks Koepka out of that group in the process. McIlroy's one-shot victory at the Wells Fargo Championship vaulted him up six spots to No. 7 after having fallen to his lowest ranking in a decade. Koepka, who missed the cut at the Masters in his only event since a March knee procedure, fell two spots to No. 12.
Saturday's pay-per-view main card has lost another bout.
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Though he appeared to tweak his ankle early on Thursday night, the Lakers ruled Anthony Davis out with back spasms.
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(Reuters) -Seven-times world champion Lewis Hamilton hunted down "sitting duck" Max Verstappen to win the Spanish Grand Prix for a record-equalling fifth year in a row on Sunday and go 14 points clear at the top of the standings. The Briton's 98th victory, from his 100th pole, was his third in four races and he and Mercedes delivered a strategic masterclass after Red Bull's Verstappen, who finished second, seized the lead at the first corner. The breakthrough came when Hamilton made a second pitstop with 23 laps to go, returning on fresh tyres but some 22 seconds behind his Dutch rival.