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Patrick Stevens offers the latest on the NCAA lacrosse final four, live from Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
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The Spurs look to bounce back after a tough Game 1 loss to the Lakers in Los Angeles.
TWT FIVE - DRIVERS IN INDIANAPOLIS 500 HISTORY
1. A.J. Foyt: Perhaps the best driver of all time, Foyt was the first to win four times at Indy and still holds records for most starts and most laps led.
2. Al Unser: Raced in 28 straight Indy 500’s and won four times, including in 1987 at age 48. He is the only driver to have a son and brother also win.
3. Rick Mears: One of just two drivers to win the Indy 500 in three decades. Might have won five times at Indy were it not for a photo finish loss to Gordon Johncock in 1982.
4. Bobby Unser: Al Unser’s brother won three times, including a controversial victory in 1981 over Mario Andretti. Bobby Unser was the first driver to top 190 mph at Indy.
5. Louis Meyer: Modern-day race face fans probably don’t know Meyer, but he was one of the best drivers of Indy’s early days, winning the race in 1928, 1933 and 1938. He also started the tradition of drinking milk after an Indianapolis 500 win.
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Will this be the year the race returns to its place high atop the sports landscape? At the very least, it’s worth tuning in to see perhaps the most experienced field of drivers in more than a decade.
San Antonio had Game 1 on the road in hand but blew it. The question now is whether Kobe Bryant will let the Spurs back into the series.
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