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  1. After surviving seven games vs. Brooklyn, Milwaukee has both health and lessons learned as it chases a title.
  2. The Bucks survived a marathon of a Game 7 against the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday to advance to the Eastern Conference finals.
  3. UFC legend Anderson Silva taunted and even opened a cut on Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. in their boxing match, pulling off the upset by split decision Saturday night.
  4. Brooklyn Nets coach Steve Nash said a season full of major injuries finally caught up to his team in its series against the Bucks, which ended in a 115-111 overtime loss in Game 7.
  5. Mackenzie Hughes and Louis Oosthuizen each sank eagle putts Saturday and joined Russell Henley atop the leaderboard at the U.S. Open, with Rory McIlroy and Bryson DeChambeau both looming 2 shots behind.
  6. Chris Paul entered the NBA's health and safety protocols on Wednesday. He remains out indefinitely.
  7. Clippers coach Ty Lue said he's not sure yet of Kawhi Leonard's status for Game 2. Leonard did not travel with the team to Phoenix on Saturday.
  8. An emotional Sha'Carri Richardson earned an Olympic berth after dominating the women's 100-meter dash and revealed in her post-race interview that her mother died last week.
  9. UFC fighter Luis Peña was arrested Friday by the Coral Springs (Florida) Police Department on three counts: robbery by sudden snatching, battery and criminal mischief, according to online records.
  10. It's been a long time since Rory McIlroy won a major. Bryson DeChambeau won this one last year. Other big names are lurking, while some lesser-known names lead. So who walks away with the U.S. Open trophy.