Monday Sports News: Tiger Woods wins Memorial, while Rondo, Celtics down Miami Heat

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June 3, 2012; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo (9) passe the ball against Miami Heat small forward Shane Battier (31) during overtime in game four of the Eastern Conference finals of the 2012 NBA playoffs at TD Garden. The Celtics defeated the Heat in overtime 93-91. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-US PRESSWIRE

 

Despite trailing by as many as 18, the Miami Heat were able to rally against the Boston Celtics and send the game into overtime. There, LeBron James would foul out and Dwayne Wade missed a game-winning field goal and the Heat would only score 2 points as the Celtics held on to win, 93-91.

 

Tiger Woods won the 2012 Memorial on Sunday and claimed his 73rd PGA Tour trophy, tying him with Jack Nicklaus for second all-time in career wins

 

The Reds lost the final game of their series with the Houston Astros, 5-3, but still hold a 3-game lead in the NL Central Division.

 

The Panthers view RB Mike Tolbert as an insurance policy in the event they’re unable to re-sign Jonathan Stewart.

 

Vikings RB Peterson insists he’ll return from injury in Week 1

 

Chris Johnson still feels he’s the best running back in the league.

 

WR Roddy White says new Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter plans to lean on the 30-year-old receiver less in 2012.

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