July 8, 2012Richmond RiverRats
Final Score: Washington 4, Colorado 1
Final Score: Houston 6, Milwaukee 3
Final Score: Pittsburgh 3, San Francisco 1
Final Score: New York 3, Chicago 1
Final Score: St. Louis 3, Miami 2
Final Score: Atlanta 6, Philadelphia 3
Final Score: Arizona 5, Los Angeles 3
Final Score: Cincinnati 6, San Diego 5
Final Score: New York 6, Boston 1 (Game 1)
Final Score: Boston 9, New York 5 (Game 2)
Final Score: Detroit 8, Kansas City 7
Final Score: Chicago 2, Toronto 0
Final Score: Cleveland 7, Tampa Bay 3
Final Score: Texas 4, Minnesota 3 (10 innings)
Final Score: LA Angels of Anaheim 3, Baltimore 0
Final Score: Seattle 7, Oakland 1
Richmond 14 Slippery Rock 12
Despite a slew of injuries, head coach Mike Krzyzewski said picking the U.S. Olympic basketball roster was still a tough task.
The final 12-man roster, announced Saturday after two training sessions in Las Vegas, contained little in the way of surprises.
Heat forward and reigning MVP LeBron James, fresh off winning his first NBA title, and Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony made the Olympic team for a third straight time as the only holdovers from the 2004 bronze medal team in Athens.
Guards Kobe Bryant of the Lakers, Deron Williams of the Nets and Chris Paul of the Clippers are the other three players back from the 2008 "Redeem Team" that won gold in Beijing four years ago.
Also making the team were three members of the Western Conference-champion Thunder: Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and James Harden.
Knicks center Tyson Chandler, Clippers forward Blake Griffin, 76ers swingman Andre Iguodala and Timberwolves forward Kevin Love rounded out the roster that USA Basketball chairman Jerry Colangelo said fit with the gameplan to have athletic, versatile players and a deep bench.
U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson birdied his final two holes Saturday to stay atop the leaderboard after the third round of the Greenbrier Classic.
Simpson, the second-round leader by a stroke, extended his cushion by one thanks to his 5-under 65. He finished 54 holes at 14-under 196 at The Old White TPC.
After starting from the rear of the field, Tony Stewart made a last-lap pass on Matt Kenseth for the lead and then survived a huge crash on the frontstretch to win Saturday night's Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway.
Stewart, the defending Sprint Cup Series champion, posted the second fastest lap in qualifying on Friday, but his lap was disallowed after his car failed post-qualifying inspection for an illegal cooling hose. He started from the 42nd position.
Just hours before the start of Saturday night's Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway, NASCAR announced that Sprint Cup Series driver A.J. Allmendinger has been "temporarily suspended" from competition for violating the sanctioning body's substance abuse policy.
According to NASCAR, Allmendinger was suspended "based upon notification of a positive 'A' test NASCAR received from the Medical Review Officer as stated in Section 19-11B (6,7) of the NASCAR Substance Abuse Policy."