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Phoenix shows their bench is better than the Lakers’; wins Game 4

compiled from staff and wire reports

The Phoenix Suns have used playing in the desert as a positive the last two games.

The Suns received a great performance from their relentless bench to withstand Kobe Bryant’s 38-point, 10-assist effort and beat the Los Angeles Lakers, 115-106 in Game 4 of the Western Conference finals on Tuesday night.

The series is all tied up at 2-2 heading back to Los Angeles for Game 5 on Thursday.

Channing Frye (nba)

Up until game 4, the Suns bench was ineffectively, but came alive and outscored the Lakers bench 54-20 on 20 of 32 from the field and 9 of 20 from 3-point land.

Channing Frye broke out of a slump to score 14 points, Leandro Barbosa had 14 points, Jared Dudley added 11 and Goran Dragic manned the point guard position and accumulated eight points and eight assists in 18 minutes.

Amare Stoudemire scored 21 points and Steve Nash, playing with a broken nose scored 15 points and had eight assists.

Adam Foote and Colorado Avalanche agree on new deal

compiled from staff, wire and Colorado Avalanche reports

The Colorado Avalanche will have Adam Foote back after signing their captain to a one-year deal.

Foote was a very important cog in Colorado’s turnaround in 2009-2010 as he helped guide a  young squad into the playoffs a season after finishing last in the Western Conference. the Avalanche almost upset the number-1 seeded San Jose Sharks before  losing in 6 games.

The 39-year-old defenseman finished the regular season with 9 assists in 67 contests.

Adam Foote (nhl)

To Colorado, his biggest contributions may have come away from the ice. Foote invited rookie forward Matt Duchene to live in his basement, serving Duchene’s mentor and easing his transition into the NHL.

Under Foote’s guidance, Duchene quickly adapted to life in the NHL, proving to be be quite a skilled with the puck. Duchene led all NHL rookies in points (55) and tied for most goals (24) with John Tavares of the New York Islanders.

Foote has played in 1,107 games in 18 seasons and amassed 1,501 penalty minutes playing for Colorado and Columbus.

Mark Calcavecchia to end PGA Tour career at Memorial Tourney

compiled from staff and wire reports

Mark Calcavecchia has been on the PGA Tour long enough to tee it up 736 times, winning 13 tournaments and earn just a shade shy of $24 million. He has won 13 titles, including the 1989 British Open and 27 runner-up finishes.

Mark turns 50 on June 12, and he is very happy to get an exemption to play in the Memorial in what will likely  be his final PGA Tour event.

Mark Calcavecchia (pga)

The Memorial would seem to be an appropriate farewell considering his association with the Nicklaus family.

Calcavecchia moved from Nebraska to South Florida when he was a teenager and got involved in the junior golf programs. Mark competed throughout high school against Jack Nicklaus II, whose dad often came to their junior events.

Calcavecchia first played at the Memorial Tournament which is hosted by the Muirfield Village Golf Club, in 1987, the year after his first PGA Tour win, and this will be his 24th straight year playing in Dublin, Ohio home of the Memorial. The closest he came to winning Jack Nicklaus’ tournament was in 1995, when he tied for second place behind Greg Norman.

The Champions Tour is next for Calcavecchia where he plans to play up to 12 events starting with the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open in upstate New York.

Wear twins have decided life after North Carolina will be UCLA

compiled from staff and wire reports

Twins brothers David and Travis Wear will attend UCLA this fall after leaving the North Carolina Tar Heels basketball programs.

The sophomore forwards played for the Tar Heels last season and received their releases earlier in May. Both have signed written offers of financial aid from UCLA.

David Wear (North Carolina photo)

Travis Wear (North Carolina photo)

Per NCAA transfer rules, the Wears will have to sit out the the 2010-2011 season and will have three years of eligibility remaining.

The pair of 6’10, 230-pound centers played at Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, California.

UCLA Bruins head coach Ben Howland said that is glad to have the Wear twins aboard and is looking forward to their eligibility in 2011-2012.

Minor League Baseball: Dragons results (Saturday, Sunday, Monday)

Info Courtesy of the Dayton Dragons

SATURDAY (GAME 1)

Ty Morrison Bowling Green (MiLB)

Ty Morrison collected four hits including a home run, triple, and two singles to lead the Bowling Green Hot Rods to a 10-7 victory over the Dayton Dragons in the first game of a day-night doubleheader on Saturday.

Morrison drove in three runs, scored three times and stole two bases to lead the Hot Rods. Dustin Biell also added a two-run home run for Bowling Green.

SATURDAY (GAME 2)

Shortstop Diogenes Luis made a leaping catch with two outs and the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth inning as the Bowling Green Hot Rods held on for a 5-2 win and a doubleheader sweep of the Dayton Dragons. A crowd of 9,093 fans were in attendance.

Diogenes Luis Bowling Green (MiLB)

Dragons starting pitcher Pedro Villarreal was a tough-luck loser. He allowed five runs in six innings, but only one earned run, falling to 2-3.

SUNDAY

Reliever Scott Shuman pitched out of a bases loaded jam after allowing one run in the bottom of the ninth inning as  the Bowling Green Hot Rods held on to defeat the Dayton Dragons 6-4 on Sunday afternoon before a crowd of 8,929 at Fifth Third Field.

Dragons starting pitcher J.C. Sulbaran suffered the loss. He worked five innings, allowing nine hits and four earned runs with two walks and three strikeouts.

Scott Shuman Bowling Green (MiLB)

MONDAY

Starting pitcher Aaron Dott and two relief pitcher combined to scatter five hits as the Bowling Green Hot Rods defeated the Dayton Dragons 5-0 at Fifth Third Field. The Hot Rods completed a sweep of the five-game series before a crowd of 8,595.

Dragons starting pitcher Josh Ravin (2-4) suffered the loss. He worked six innings, allowing eight hits and five runs (four earned) with one walk and five strikeouts.

Aaron Dott Bowling Green (MiLB)


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