Phil Mickelson surpassed $49 million in career earnings when he won the Colonial Open on the final putt.
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Goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar denied Nicolas Anelka moments after Chelsea captain John Terry had missed the chance to win when his shot hit the post. That series of events helped nail the Champions League title for Manchester United in penalty kicks.
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Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Paul Pierce combined for 47 points to give the Celtics a 94-80 win over the Pistons in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals and a 2-1 lead in the series.
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Kobe Bryant got a little help from his team and the Lakers took a commanding 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals. Manu Ginobili said not-so-fast as he hit five three-pointers to help the Spurs to win Game 3.
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Mikael Samuelsson had two goals to lift the Red Wings over the Penguins in the first game of the Stanley Cup finals.
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Danica Patrick's day ended in anger after another car slammed her out of contention in the Indy 500. Scott Dixon drank the milk after leading 115 out of 200 laps for the win.
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Charles Barkley paid his $400,000 in casino debt and $40,000 in legal fees and pledged to quit gambling.
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Big Brown was forced to take two days off for a small crack on the inside of his left heel, something his trainer, Richard Dutrow Jr. (right), promises won't affect his Belmont Stakes status.
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Syracuse claimed its record 10th national championship with a 13-10 victory over Johns Hopkins in Foxboro, Mass.
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Behind tournament MVP Hilary Bowen's (left) three goals and Morgan Lathrop's season-high 11 saves, Northwestern won its fourth consecutive national title Sunday night, when the Wildcats beat Penn 10-6.
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Amid intense allegations that he accepted $30,000 during his time at USC and in high school, O.J. Mayo was dropped by his agent, BDA Sports, saying that their representation was "a distraction at this time." The allegations against Mayo are being investigated by the Pac-10, USC and NCAA.
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In the trial of his former coach Trevor Graham, Olympic gold medalist Antonio Pettigrew (left) admitted publicly for the first time that he used performance-enhancing substances during a career in which he passed all drug tests.
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