Despite another run coming to a painful end, the Thunder's roster will keep a title within reach.
A surprisingly early fourth-round exit from Roger Federer was the talk of Day 8 at Roland Garros.
The U.S.' World Cup warmup run continued with a rousing 2-1 win over Turkey that also had its faults.
The Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday placed right fielder Wil Myers on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained his right wrist.
Usually a man of few words, Tim Duncan had no trouble declaring that he's glad the Spurs drew the Heat in the Finals.
Tallies from Fabian Johnson and Clint Dempsey have the U.S. on top of Turkey 2-0 in an international friendly.
In a crucial Game 7, Anze Kopitar is one King who could decide the fate of the series against Chicago.
Roger Federer couldn't top Ernests Gulbis at the French Open, eventually losing a five-set battle in the fourth round.
It took four-plus hours over two days, but Andy Murray ousted Philipp Kohlschreiber in five sets.
The Spurs beat the Thunder 112-107 in Game 6 to reach the Finals, where they'll face the Heat ... again.
The Spurs won Game 6 112-107 in OT to eliminate the Thunder and head to the NBA Finals to face the Heat again.
The Thunder and Spurs keep going back and forth in Game 6. Will Oklahoma City survive to extend the series?