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Celts sweep, Warriors, Raptors, Blazers up 3-1…Bruins, Sharks stay alive…Surgery for Oshie

UNDATED (AP) – Gordon Hayward scored 20 points and the Boston Celtics capped a four-game sweep by going on a late 21-8 run to down the Indiana Pacers, 110-106 in an NBA first-round series. Kevin Durant scored 33 points and Klay Thompson added 32 as the Golden State Warriors got past the Los Angeles Clippers, 113-105 to take a 3-1 series lead. The Raptors are up 3-1 after Kawhi Leonard scored 34 points in Toronto’s 107-85 thumping of Orlando, and C.J. McCollum’s 27 points led the Trail Blazers to a 111-98 win and a 3-1 lead in their series with Oklahoma City.

UNDATED (AP) – The Boston Bruins and San Jose Sharks have forced Game 7s in their respective Stanley Cup first-round series. Brad Marchand scored twice and had an assist as the Bruins knocked off the Maple Leafs, 4-2 in Toronto. Tomas Hertl’s short-handed goal at 11:17 of double-overtime ended the Sharks’ 2-1 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights.

ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) – Washington Capitals winger T.J. Oshie is expected to miss the rest of the playoffs after undergoing surgery to repair a broken right clavicle. Oshie was injured late in Game 4 at the Carolina Hurricanes on a hit from behind from Warren Foegele. The 32-year-old had 21 points in 24 games during Washington’s run to the Stanley Cup last year. He had 54 points in 69 regular-season games and two points in the first round before being injured.

UNDATED (AP) – The New York Yankees All-Star slugger Aaron Judge is on the injured list after hurting his left oblique taking a swing against Kansas City on Saturday. Manager Aaron Boone calls it a “pretty significant strain” and says it will be several weeks before New York can even estimate when the slugger will return. The Yankees now have 13 players out, including Giancarlo Stanton, Luis Severino, Gary Sanchez, Miguel Andujar and Aaron Hicks.

HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) – C.T. Pan took advantage of Dustin Johnson’s back-nine meltdown to win the RBC Heritage for his first PGA Tour victory. The 27-year-old Pan closed with a 4-under 67 at Harbour Town Golf Links for a one-stroke victory over Matt Kuchar. Pan finished at 12-under 272. The top-ranked Johnson led entering the round before shooting a 6-over 77 to end up in a tie for 28th at 4 under.

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