Here is the latest sports news: Warriors top Cavs in Game Three. Stanley Cup resumes tonight. Suns work out Ayton. Players vote Rockets’ Harden MVP. Ohtani exits with blister for Angels.

>>Warriors One Win From Another NBA Title

(Cleveland, OH) — The Warriors are just a win away from another NBA championship. Kevin Durant scored 43 points to lead them to a 110-102 win over the Cavaliers in Game Three of the NBA Finals in Cleveland. Golden State has a commanding three-games-to-none lead in the best-of-seven series. The Cavaliers will try to avoid a four-game sweep at home in Game Four tomorrow.

>>NHL Stanley Cup Resumes Tonight

(Las Vegas, NV) — The Capitals can claim their first Stanley Cup championship tonight. They play the Golden Knights in Game Five of the Stanley Cup Final in Las Vegas. Washington has won three straight since a Game One loss to take a commanding three-games-to-one lead in the best-of-seven matchup. The Capitals would host a potential Game Six on Sunday, if necessary.

>>Suns Hold Private Workout With Deandre Ayton

(Phoenix, AZ) — The Suns held a private workout with potential first-overall pick Deandre Ayton out of the University of Arizona. He says he hopes to be the top pick and play alongside Devin Booker, forming a “Shaq and Kobe 2.0.” Ayton says he has no plans to work out for another team and is confident he’ll be taken number-one, even though the Suns haven’t confirmed that with him.

>>Players Vote Rockets’ Harden MVP

(Houston, TX) — NBA players are voting Rockets guard James Harden as the league’s Most Valuable Player. The National Basketball Players Association hands out its own end of the season awards separate from the NBA. Harden averaged 30.4 points, 8.8 assists and 5.4 rebounds for Houston, which finished the regular season with the NBA’s best record and made it to the West finals.

>>Ohtani Exits With Blister For Angels

(Anaheim, CA) — Angels pitcher Shohei Ohtani [[ SHOW-hey oh-TAH-nee ]] is hurt again. He left last night’s start against the Royals after four innings with a finger blister. Ohtani gave up four hits and a run over four innings, but didn’t return for the fifth. The two-way Japanese star is 4-and-1 in nine starts for the Angels this season. He’s also batting .289 with six home runs at the plate.

>>WEDNESDAY’S SCOREBOARD

MLB National League
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San Diego Padres 3, Atlanta Braves 1
San Francisco Giants 5, Arizona Diamondbacks 4 (10 INN)
Pittsburgh Pirates 11, Los Angeles Dodgers 9
Colorado Rockies 6, Cincinnati Reds 3
Chicago Cubs 7, Philadelphia Phillies 5
Miami Marlins 11, St. Louis Cardinals 3

MLB American League
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New York Yankees 3, Toronto Blue Jays 0 (13 INN)
Boston Red Sox 7, Detroit Tigers 1
Texas Rangers 8, Oakland Athletics 2
Houston Astros 7, Seattle Mariners 5
Chicago White Sox 5, Minnesota Twins 2
Los Angeles Angels 4, Kansas City Royals 3

MLB Interleague
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Washington Nationals 11, Tampa Bay Rays 2
Baltimore Orioles 1, New York Mets 0
Cleveland Indians 3, Milwaukee Brewers 1

NBA Playoffs
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Golden State Warriors 110, Cleveland Cavaliers 102
(Warriors lead best-of-seven Finals, 3-0)

NHL Playoffs
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No Games Scheduled

WNBA
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No Games Scheduled

>>THURSDAY’S SCHEDULE (All times are Eastern)

MLB National League
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12:35 p.m. – Los Angeles Dodgers at Pittsburgh Pirates
12:35 p.m. – Colorado Rockies at Cincinnati Reds
1:15 p.m. – Miami Marlins at St. Louis Cardinals
2:20 p.m. – Philadelphia Phillies at Chicago Cubs

MLB American League
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1:10 p.m. – Chicago White Sox at Minnesota Twins
7:07 p.m. – Baltimore Orioles at Toronto Blue Jays
7:10 p.m. – Seattle Mariners at Tampa Bay Rays
7:10 p.m. – Detroit Tigers at Boston Red Sox
8:05 p.m. – Houston Astros at Texas Rangers
10:05 p.m. – Kansas City Royals at Oakland Athletics

MLB Interleague
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No Games Scheduled

NBA Playoffs
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No Games Scheduled

NHL Playoffs
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8:00 p.m. – Washington Capitals at Vegas Golden Knights
(Capitals lead best-of-seven Stanley Cup Final, 3-1)

WNBA
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4:00 p.m. – Minnesota Lynx at Washington Mystics
7:00 p.m. – Connecticut Sun at New York Liberty
10:30 p.m. – Seattle Storm at Los Angeles Sparks