The Golden State Warriors are sending the N-B-A Finals back to Oakland, California following a flurry of late 3-pointers. The Warriors trailed by six with about three minutes left until Steph Curry and Klay Thompson nailed three straight from beyond the arc giving the Warriors a 106-105 win over the Raptors in Game 5 at Toronto.

Golden State had to overcome another injury to All-Star forward Kevin Durant.   Durant hurt his Achilles with about two minutes gone in the second quarter – his first game in over a month because of a calf injury.

The Raptors still lead the series 3-2 with the next game going Thursday night.

Former Senators’ executive Tom Anselmi has been named president and chief operating officer of the Edmonton Oilers.  The former C-E-O Bob Nicholson to become chairman.

Kadeisha Buchanan scores the lone goal and Canada holds on to beat Cameroon 1-nothing in the Women’s World Cup.

Joey Logano wins his second NASCR Cup Series race of the season,   holding off Kurt Busch and Martin Truex Junior in overtime at Michigan International Speedway. The race held Monday after being rained out Sunday.

Canada’s Milos Raonic hopes for another strong showing this year at the Stuttgart Open. He began play today in Germany against qualifier Alexei Popyrin of Australia (5 a-m Eastern). Raonic made it all the way to last year’s final where he lost against Roger Federer. Raonic is making his comeback after missing the clay-court season with a right knee injury.

Montreal’s Felix Auger-Aliassime and Denis Shapovalov of Richmond Hill, Ontario are in action today at the Stuttgart Open. Auger-Aliassime is facing Latvia’s Ernests Gulbis (6:20 a-m Eastern). Meanwhile Shapovalov was due to play Germany’s Jan-Lennard Struff yesterday but their match was put back to today due to the rain (5 a-m Eastern).

The Blue Jays return from a day off to begin a three-game road set against the Baltimore Orioles. Righty Trent Thompson is scheduled to start for Toronto. The Jays have lost 14 of 17 and own the third worst record in the Majors. One of the two teams below them is the Orioles, who are only 8-and-23 at Camden Yards.

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