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June 4, 2001
NBA playoffs
Iverson, Sixers turn back Bucks
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Led by 44 points from the league MVP, Philadelphia takes a 108-91 win and gets ready for a trip to L.A.
Golf
Webb restakes her claim
The Australian rolls to an eight-shot win to capture the U.S. Women's Open and return to the top of the sport.

Dear Tiger: Sorry, you're too good, again. The Tour
It's come to this, players apologizing, as Woods wins his third straight Memorial. Next up: U.S. Open.

Hole of the Day
No. 7, par 4, 401 yards

No happy return for Sorenstam
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. -- Annika Sorenstam was an overwhelming pre-tournament favorite, having won five times this year heading into the U.S. Women's Open.

Devil Rays
Vaughn lays into umps after another loss
After striking out to end an 8-4 defeat, slugger vents, saying umpires have been biased against the Rays.

Rays still crying foul over ump's presumption
No way would Ichiro Suzuki have caught a ball ruled an out by fan interference Saturday, McRae and others say.

A day later, Vaughn unfazed by beaning
SEATTLE -- Greg Vaughn was stiff and sore but back in the lineup Sunday despite being hit in the head with a pitch in Saturday's game.

Tennis
Kuerten escapes 2-0 hole vs. qualifier
PARIS -- Defending champion Gustavo Kuerten surged back from the brink of defeat Sunday to beat U.S. qualifier Michael Russell in five sets and reach the French Open quarterfinals.

Stanley Cup finals
Rafalski stays in check
An even-tempered nature is paying Stanley Cup dividends for the young Devils defenseman.

Colleges
College sports around the state
Weather pushes Florida State-Georgia to today

Outdoors
Daily fishing report
You're in your powerboat coming to intersecting channels when a sailboat under power comes from a different direction and is about to go through the same intersection. Which vessel is privileged and which is burdened?

Preps
Seniors could make history
With nine highly-touted players, Seminole could break draft records.

Kotchman is still under a microscope
With no professional or major college sports teams within a reasonable driving distance of Punta Gorda, several hundred locals often turn out for Charlotte High sporting events. About a thousand showed up on a Friday night in May when Charlotte hosted Seminole in a Class 5A region semifinal.

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