Steph Curry sets a career high for playoff points, but the Raptors still manage to take a two-one lead in the NBA Finals. Kawhi Leonard, Danny Green and Kyle Lowry combine for 71 points to trump Curry’s 47 as the Raptors knock off the two-time defending champs. Game 4 goes Friday.

The Bruins and Blues, tied at two, resume the Stanley Cup Final tonight in Boston.

They’re teeing off at the Canadian Open in Hamilton this morning. Defending champ Dustin Johnson starts at 7:40.

A total of 26 Canadians will be competing in the R-B-C Canadian Open at Hamilton Golf and Country Club. No Canadian has won the event since Pat Fletcher in 1954. James Allenby, Thomas DeMarco, Etienne Brault and J-C Deacon qualified on Monday. Albin Choi and Richard Lee were also late additions to the field with exemptions.

Redblacks and Alouettes play an exhibition game tonight in Montreal.

Vladimir Guerrero Junior hit a three-run homer as part of a five-run eighth inning, Blue Jays rally for an   11-7 win over the Yankees.

A steady rain washed out yesterday’s play in the French Open. On the men’s side, Number 1 Novak Djokovic had his match with Number 5 Alexander Zverev pushed back to today, as was another quarterfinal match between fourth seed Dominic Thiem and Number 10 Karen Khachanov. Djokovic is seeking a fourth consecutive Grand Slam title.

The N-F-L is heading to Winnipeg for a pre-season game between the Oakland Raiders and Green Bay Packers at I-G Field _ home of the C-F-L’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers. It’ll happen in the third week of the exhibition schedule on August 22nd. The game in Winnipeg will mark the first N-F-L contest in Canada since the Buffalo Bills completed a run of eight games in Toronto.

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