Irving, Barnes to complete US roster

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(AP) -- The U.S. basketball team has its roster for Rio.

Kyrie Irving and Harrison Barnes accepted spots on the team to fill out the Americans' 12-player Olympic squad, a person with knowledge of the details said Saturday.

The decisions come two days before the Americans plan to announce the team in New York. They were confirmed to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because roster details were to remain private.

Mets sign SS Reyes to minor league deal

ATLANTA (AP) The New York Mets signed shortstop Jose Reyes to a minor league contract on Saturday, creating a reunion with the team's former star who now must overcome a suspension for domestic violence as he attempts to revive his career.

In a move general manager Sandy Alderson said was unrelated, slumping outfielder Michael Conforto was optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas and outfielder Brandon Nimmo was called up to be with the team for Saturday night's game at Atlanta. (MORE)

PGA's Greenbrier off due to W.Va. floods

BETHESDA, Md. (AP) The PGA Tour canceled the Greenbrier Classic, scheduled for July 7-10, on Saturday because of devastating flooding in West Virginia.

The Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs was inundated with floodwater after heavy storms rolled into the state Thursday. Tour officials say the Old White TPC, the host course, suffered extensive damage and "is beyond reasonable repair to conduct the tournament." (MORE)

Portugal outlasts Croatia in extra time

LENS, France (AP) Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal seized their chance to stay in the chase for an elusive first title together on Saturday.

Ronaldo's only shot created a rare scoring opportunity and substitute Ricardo Quaresma finished it off, helping Portugal to beat Croatia 1-0 on Saturday and advance to the European Championship quarterfinals. (MORE)

US falls 1-0 to Colombia, finishes 4th

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) Not quite a victory for the United States. Just a good enough effort to leave the team feeling better about itself.

Carlos Bacca beat goalkeeper Tim Howard by sliding to poke in a headed cross in the 31st minute, and the U.S. finished fourth in the Copa America with a 1-0 loss to Colombia on Saturday night. (MORE)

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