Chilean teenager shares lead at Memorial

DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) — Joaquin Niemann could figure out where Tiger Woods was on the golf course from the mass of people following him a few groups ahead, and he had a pretty good idea what he was doing from all the noise, at least before Woods put a putter in his hands.

  • Written by By DOUG FERGUSON , AP Golf Writer

Unwritten rules of the game up for debate at NBA Finals

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Time was running out in a game earlier this season that Golden State was going to win by 10 points, and Andre Iguodala decided to take a 3-pointer instead of getting the Warriors charged with a shot-clock violation.

The Warriors' opponent that night: Cleveland.

  • Written by By TIM REYNOLDS , AP Basketball Writer

Escobar homers twice as Twins beat Indians 7-4

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Losing six of seven games had the Minnesota Twins searching for answers, with manager Paul Molitor addressing his team and second baseman Brian Dozier calling a meeting.

  • Written by By BRIAN HALL , Associated Press