Collaborating Authors

NBA roundup: Grizzlies push Warriors around for sixth consecutive win

Los Angeles Times

Marc Gasol and Tony Allen each scored 19 points and the Memphis Grizzlies rolled over the Golden State Warriors, 110-89, Saturday night for their sixth consecutive victory. The Grizzlies led by as many as 30 points in the second half, the biggest advantage by any Warriors opponent this season. Seven Memphis players finished in double figures. Kevin Durant led Golden State with 21 points and Stephen Curry had 17 points. Curry and backcourt starter Klay Thompson (eight points) were a combined eight of 28 from the field, including three of 14 from long range.

Saddleback May Remain Closed for Third Consecutive Winter

U.S. News

Saddleback owners Bill and Irene Berry announced on June 28 they were selling the Rangeley-area resort to Australian-based Majella Group. The Portland Press Herald reports the sale has not been completed, and Majella said Thursday they are continuing work to finalize the sale.

Liev Schreiber gets his fifth consecutive nomination for 'Ray Donovan'

Los Angeles Times

The 2018 Golden Globes nominations are out. Guillermo del Toro's romantic fantasy "The Shape of Water" leads the film categories with seven nominations; HBO's "Big Little Lies" is tops in TV with six. Stay tuned for the Los Angeles Times' live coverage of the nominations including the full list of nominees, reactions, snubs, surprises and more. Liev Schreiber gets his fifth consecutive nomination for'Ray Donovan' I am so grateful to the Hollywood Foreign Press for continuing to recognize our work. None of it would be possible without the extraordinary cast & crew of this highly functional dysfunctional family.

No. 3 Purdue Gets Past Maryland for 18th Consecutive Win

U.S. News

Purdue: Has only allowed one team, Michigan, to top 70 points since Dec. 3. ... The Boilermakers have tied Ohio State for the second-best start in conference play over the last 20 years. Only Illinois, at 15-0 in 2004-05, was better.

O'Sullivan beaten by Higgins at Masters in quarter-final featuring five consecutive centuries

BBC News

This unforgettable encounter was the 70th meeting between two of snooker's greats and players who have shown great longevity. Now aged 45, they both turned professional in 1992 and contested the final of this event three years later.