Monday Sports Minutes: NBA Finals, NHL, Horse Owner Apologizes

By Jim McCoy Mon 9th June Sports
NEW YORK (AP) - The Stanley Cup Finals resume this evening with Game 3. The game is taking place in New York after two games in Los Angeles where the Kings won both outings. The Rangers look to slow down the L.A. express with a win in Madison Square Garden before entertaining the Kings in Game 4 Wednesday night. UNDATED (AP) - The Spurs and Heat have the day off after last night's second game of the NBA Finals. Miami beat the Spurs 98-96 after losing the first game in San Antonio. Following tomorrow night's third game in Miami the fourth game will be played on the Heat's court Thursday night. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon has demoted closer Grant Balfour. His days of finishing games for the Rays are over, at least for now, after surrendering five runs in yesterday's loss to Seattle. SAO PAULO (AP) - The U.S. World Cup team has arrived in Brazil for the World Cup. The opening match in the lengthy tournament is Thursday when host Brazil plays Croatia. NEW YORK (AP) - The co-owner of California Chrome who ripped the Triple Crown format has apologized. Steve Coburn apologized this morning on ABC's Good Morning America, saying he was "very ashamed" and that he needs to "apologize to a lot of people, including my wife, Carolyn." Coburn's wife tried to intervene as Saturday's interview got out of control but Coburn wouldn't listen.

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