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The magic is number 73! Tiger Woods is back and officially on the prowl for more wins as he stormed from four back at the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance with a purse of $6.2 million dollars to capture his 73rd PGA Tour victory while tying legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus for 2nd all- time in PGA Tour wins. Tiger’s round was highlighted by dropping a birdie at the 16th hole, which was should have been a par and that old familiar Tiger fist pump that we have seen time and time again came to life and Tiger finished with a 9 under par and a take home earning of more than $1.1 million dollars while Andres Romero and Rory Sabbtini finished tied for 2nd and Daniel Summerhays and Spencer Levin tied for 4th.
Game 4 in the Eastern Conference Finals was balling last night as the Boston Celtics battled the Miami Heat and the Celtics squandered a 15 point lead and the Heat came back with a chance to win it on D Wade’s shot, but it wasn’t meant to be as the Celtics knock off the Heat 93-91 as Kevin Garnett poured in 23 points and Rajon Rondo pass out 15 dimes and in the Western Conference Final on Saturday, the Oklahoma City Thunder stormed past the San Antonio Spurs to even the series at four games and Game 5 will tip off tonight at 9p EST.
The Stanley Cup Finals resume tonight at 8pm EST as the New Jersey Devils try to notch their first win of series against the LA Kings and avoid going down 3 games to none.
Major League Baseball had their bats swinging yesterday in the American League as the New York Yankees hammered the Detroit Tigers 5-1 as A-Rod and Derek Jeter both went yard, the Boston Red Sox were pounded by the Toronto Blue Jays 5-1 as well with 4 RBI’s from Jose Bautista, the Tampa Bay Rays were blasted by the Baltimore Orioles 8-4 as Mark Reynolds launched a homerun, the Oakland A’s were SHUT OUT by the Kansas City Royals 2-0 with a homer from Eric Hosmer, while the Minnesota Twins knocked off the Cleveland Indians 6-3 and the Texas Rangers muscled past the LA Angels 7-3 as Nelson Cruz belted a homerun.
NASCAR raced around the track yesterday as Jimmie Johnson won his 7th race of the season at Dover International Speedway, while Kevin Harvick finished 2nd, Matt Kenseth came in 3rd and Dale Earnhardt , Jr. finished 4th and Joey Lagano captured the checkered flag in the Nationwide Series.
For your NFL Quick Hits, Jacksonville Jaguars first-round draft pick receiver Justin Blackmon was arrested on an aggravated DUI charge Sunday after authorities in Oklahoma said he and blew a .24, which is three times the legal limit of alcohol in his system, defensive end Osi Umenyiora and the New York Giants finally have reached an agreement on a restructured contract and terms were undisclosed, Minnesota Vikings fullback Jerome Felton has been arrested on suspicion of driving while impaired and refusing to submit to a chemical test. the St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission, the agency that operates the Edward Jones Dome on Friday rejected an improvement plan for the 17-year-old stadium proposed by the St. Louis Rams, the Minnesota Vikings have signed first-round draft choice Harrison Smith to a four-year deal and finally, the million-dollar home of Eddie George and his wife Tamara will be auctioned off June 7, to the surprise of the George’s as they stopped making payments several months ago because the mortgage company refused to discuss the matter with them because they were current on their payments.
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