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Royals roar past Giants to even World Series
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Curry Capitalizes On Barnes' Failed Pass
Clippers small forward Matt Barnes hits the backboard when inbounding the ball and Warriors guard Steph Curry intercepts it and hits a 3.
Perez Doubles To Deep Left
Royals catcher Salvador Perez doubled to deep left center sending Eric Hosmer and Terrance Gore home in the bottom of the sixth inning of Game 2 of the World Series against the San Francisco Giants.
Irving Between The Legs to Love
Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving makes a smooth, in between-the-legs pass to forward Kevin Love, who finished with the layup.