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Raptors are a win away from NBA Finals after dumping Bucks in Milwaukee

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Kawhi Leonard scored 35 points to lead the Toronto Raptors to a thrilling 105-99 victory over Milwaukee on Thursday in the most important game in franchise history.

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Biggio, Gurriel Jr. reportedly called up to Blue Jays

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The Toronto Blue Jays are bringing up infielders Cavan Biggio and Lourdes Gurriel Jr., according to media reports.

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Brooke Henderson lurks off lead at Pure Silk Championship

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Bronte Law chipped in for eagle on the par-5 third hole and shot a 6-under 65 on Thursday for a share of the lead in the Pure Silk Championship with Anna Nordqvist and Jennifer Song.

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Seeking more respect, Norwegian superstar Ada Hegerberg skipping women's World Cup

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As the first ever female winner of the Ballon d'Or, Ada Hegerberg is the outstanding player in the women's game. But she is fighting her own private battle for equality and greater respect in the sport and will skip this summer's Women's World Cup as a result.

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Is Toronto going too far with Kawhi Leonard?

Is Toronto going too far with Kawhi Leonard?

Toronto fans are throwing a lot of free stuff at Kawhi Leonard. But how much is too much?

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Is Toronto going too far with Kawhi Leonard?

Is Toronto going too far with Kawhi Leonard?

Toronto fans are throwing a lot of free stuff at Kawhi Leonard. But how much is too much?

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The loss of Owen Hart and the family, friends and fans who loved him

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Twenty years ago, the wrestling world was in mourning after a tragic accident claimed the life of Owen Hart.

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Steve Pearce leads Red Sox hit parade in rout of Blue Jays

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Ryan Weber threw six strong innings and every Boston starter had at least one hit as the Red Sox clobbered the Toronto Blue Jays 8-2 on Thursday at Rogers Centre.

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Ex Rocket leads Canada

Former Kelowna Rockets' defenceman Damon Severson made sure Canada had a chance to move on at the World Hockey Championships.

Trailing Switzerland 2-1 with seconds remaining, Canada was buzzing all around the Swiss net looking for the equalizer.

The puck found Severson at the right point. His initial shot was blocked, but he teed up the rebound as time expired. The puck hit Leonardo Genoni and trickled over the goal line as the game ended.

A video review confirmed the puck crossed the line with 0.4 seconds left in regulation.

"I felt like I was going to score tonight, I had that feeling going into the game for some reason," said Severson following the game.

"I didn't think it was going to be with 0.4 seconds left, but sometimes you get that feeling. I took the first shot, the guy made a heck of a block, then the second one I just tried to get it to the net as soon as possible because I knew time was running out."

Mark Stone converted an odd-man rush at 5:07 of the three-on-three overtime to send Canada to the semi-finals.

Canada's semi-final opponent won't be determined until the other quarter-finals are concluded.

The semi's are set for Saturday.



Kyle Lowry's injured thumb will be constant companion for rest of playoffs

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Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry injured his thumb during Game 7 of the conference semifinals against Philadelphia when he fell on it and it "popped out." He's since been wearing a blue compression glove — his "oven mitt" as he calls it — that helps with circulation.

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Canada searching for silver lining at high stakes London 7s

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Essentially there are five nations chasing four automatic berths at the 2020 Summer Olympics. One of them is not going to make it and will be forced to go through a nervy qualifying competition after the men's World Rugby Sevens Series in London this weekend.

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