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Las Vegas, shaken by tragedy, finds an unlikely rallying point: Its first-year NHL team

As the city recovers from last year’s shooting, it’s also outgrowing “Sin City.” The surprising Golden Knights have helped Vegas heal, cheer and craft a new identity.

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The Warriors' quiet star lets it all hang out as Klay Thompson delivers in Game 6

For all of the attention that is paid to the Warriors, very little is actually paid to their fourth all-star.

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Will Power wins Indianapolis 500, Danica Patrick crashes in farewell race

The 102nd edition of the 'Greatest Spectacle in Racing' will be one of the hottest on record.

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Daniel Murphy, Brian Goodwin begin rehab assignments

Meanwhile, Ryan Madson threw his first bullpen Sunday since landing on the disabled list.

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Will Power wins Indianapolis 500, Danica Patrick crashes in farewell race

The 102nd edition of the 'Greatest Spectacle in Racing' will be one of the hottest on record.

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Final season stats for U.S. soccer players abroad (plus a few still active)

Tim Ream and Fulham are headed to the Premier League after defeating Aston Villa in promotion playoff.

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From Rockville to Russia: Rodney Wallace will represent Costa Rica at World Cup

Wallace will celebrate his 30th birthday on June 17 wearing a Costa Rican jersey in southwestern Russia for the Group E opener against Serbia.

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Capitals' depth a huge advantage over the Golden Knights in Stanley Cup finals

Capitals were able to move past both the Pittsburgh Penguins and Tampa Bay Lightning after those teams didn't get much secondary scoring.

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The Warriors' quiet star lets it all hang out as Klay Thompson delivers in Game 6

For all of the attention that is paid to the Warriors, very little is actually paid to their fourth all-star.

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Mike 'Doc' Emrick, the voice of the Stanley Cup finals, delivers hockey poetry

The godfather of hockey broadcasting offers relentless excitement and an unmistakable cadence.

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TV and radio listings: May 27

Your daily guide to the world of sports on television and radio.

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Darren Mattocks's late goal gives D.C. United a 1-1 draw at 10-man Los Angeles FC

California swing yields four points from two matches.

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Huntingtown falls short in Maryland 3A baseball final

Hurricanes overcame slow start to season to make it to title game, but key hits prove elusive in 3-2 loss to Thomas Johnson.

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NBA playoffs: Warriors dismantle Rockets in second half to force winner-take-all Game 7

Houston and Golden State will face off Monday night in Houston for a berth in the NBA Finals after the Warriors' 115-86 rout

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Have mercy: Severna Park waits out rain, then makes short work of Northwest

Falcons end Jaguars’ bid for a 4A state title repeat with a pair of big innings in a game that ends after five innings.

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La Plata comes up short in Maryland 2A baseball final

Warriors fall, 4-1, in a game of errors and missed opportunities

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Orioles blame own weak bats, not Rays’ weird experiment, after latest loss

Buck Showalter says of team facing relievers in first inning, “I wish I could use that as an excuse.”

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Duke starts fast, holds off Maryland in men’s lacrosse semifinal

Top-seeded Terps fall to Blue Devils, 13-8, after digging themselves an early hole.

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Aaron Hackett stars for Maryland state champ Largo with four individual track titles

The Northwest boys’ and girls’ teams take home matching 4A outdoor state titles.

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Nationals save their fireworks for late, push past Marlins

Tanner Roark provides seven strong innings, but offense waits until the eighth to get started in 4-1 win at Miami.

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