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CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago will be without forward Pau Gasol (POW guh-SAWL') for today's Game 4 of the Eastern Conference semifinals because of a strained left hamstring. Coach Tom Thibodeau says he's not sure if the five-time All-Star will be ready for Game 5 on Tuesday at Cleveland.

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Tiger Woods had a triple bogey on his card for the third time this week on the way to par 72 in the final round of The Players Championship. Woods four-round total of 3-over par left him in his worst 72-hole position at the tournament.

PRAGUE (AP) — Brock Nelson scored twice and added an assist to lead the United States to a 3-1 win over Slovenia at the ice hockey world championship. The win moves the once-beaten Americans into the quarterfinals. Nelson has six goals in the tournament.

MADRID (AP) — Andy Murray dominated Rafael Nadal (rah-fay-EHL' nah-DAHL') 6-3, 6-2 to win the Madrid Open. It was the first clay court win for Murray over the four-time champ. It was Nadal's fourth loss on clay this year, raising questions about his ability to win a 10th French Open title.

GRANOLLERS, Spain (AP) — Pole-sitter Nico Rosberg has captured his first Formula One win of the season with a victory at the Spanish Grand Prix. Championship standings leader and Rosberg's Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton finished second followed by Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel (VEHT'-ehl).

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