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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Miami Heat will finish second in the NBA's Eastern Conference. They will close out the regular season behind the Pacers as the Heat were eliminated from the race for top-seed when they were beaten by the Wizards in Washington last night, 114-93. That result made tomorrow night's end of season games for the Heat and Pacers meaningless.

MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Brewers had their nine-game winning streak snapped last night. Lance Lynn allowed just three hits over seven innings while striking out 11 in the Cardinals 4-0 win over the Brewers in Milwaukee. The Brewers still own the best record in the majors at 10-3.

CINCINNATI (AP) — The Reds and Pirates will complete a game that was started last night later today. Before they play their regularly schedule night game the Reds and Pirates will complete last night's contest which was shut down by rain after six innings with the score tied at 7.

PARIS (AP) — Prize money at the French Open will increase by $4.1 million this year. The overall purse will be $34.5 million. The winners in both the men's and women's divisions will earn more than $2.27 million.

PARIS (AP) — Red Bull's Formula 1 racing team has lost its appeal to have Daniel Ricciardo's (rih-KAR'-dohs) season-opening finish in Australia changed back to second. He was initially announced as the runner-up in the race but was disqualified for a rules violation. Red Bull appealed to the International Court of Appeal and was rejected today.

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