BASKETBALL

The Boston Celtics and 33rd overall draft pick Carsen Edwards agreed to a four-year contract that guarantees him $4.5 million, according to Adam Himmelsbach of the Boston Globe.

Tyler Harvey scored 20 points and Brandon Clarke had 18 as the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Boston Celtics 94-88 in the Summer League quarterfinals in Las Vegas.

Carsen Edwards scored 25 points and grabbed eight rebounds for the Celtics. Javonte Green added 17 points and Tremont Waters 16.

Messalonskee High graduate Nick Mayo scored four points in five minutes as the Miami Heat lost to the New Orleans Pelicans 101-100 in overtime in a Summer League quarterfinal.

BASEBALL

NECBL: Orlando Adams hit a three-run homer in the ninth inning to lift the Sanford Mainers (10-17) to an 8-6 win over the Winnipesaukee Muskrats (8-17) in Laconia, New Hampshire.

Sanford’s Shane Marshall tied the game at 4-4 with a two-run single in the top of the eighth, but Winnipesaukee regained the lead on a run-scoring single by Michael Martinez in the bottom of the inning.

Marshall finished with three RBI.

CYCLING

TOUR DE FRANCE: Thomas De Gendt won the eighth stage into Saint-Etienne, France, while Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe reclaimed the race leader’s yellow jersey with a third-place finish.

Defending champion Geraint Thomas was caught in a crash 15 kilometers from the end but escaped unscathed and finished with the main pack, 26 seconds behind De Gendt.

SOCCER

USL2: Khesanio Hall scored twice, including the winning goal with under two minutes remaining, to lead GPS Portland Phoenix (9-3-2) to a 4-3 win over the Boston Bolts (5-7-2) in Portland.

Aaron Ward-Baptiste and Carson Jeffris each added a goal for Portland, which concluded its regular season.

FOOTBALL

NFL: Miami Dolphins assistant coach Jim Caldwell will take a leave of absence to address health issues that he says “require my full attention.”

Caldwell was hired in February to be the Dolphins’ assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach.

Jets second-year tight end Chris Herndon was suspended without pay by the NFL for the first four regular-season games for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.

An 18-year-old Kansas man has been charged in the April attack that wounded New York Giants draft pick Corey Ballentine and killed one of his Washburn University teammates, Dwane Simmons.

Francisco Alejandro Mendez was charged with first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder and five counts of aggravated battery in the April 28 attack, the Shawnee County (Kan.) district attorney’s office said.


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