OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The long-awaited NBA Finals rematch between Cleveland and Golden State starts tonight in Oakland. LeBron James leads the defending champion Cavaliers against Stephen (STEH'-fen) Curry, Kevin Durant and the Warriors. It's the first time in NBA history the same teams have faced off in the finals three years in a row.

CLEVELAND (AP) — The Cleveland Indians have shut out the Oakland Athletics 5-0. Corey Kluber pitched six shutout innings and struck out 10 in his first start since May 2. He allowed just two hits and recorded his 26th career double-digit strikeout game. The Indians scored four runs, three of them unearned, off Jharel Cotton in a wild sixth inning, when the game was momentarily delayed when sprinklers in left field went on automatically.

NEW YORK (AP) — Mr. Met is back at work at Citi Field, a day after the person inside the big-headed mascot costume was caught on video making an obscene gesture to a fan. The Mets apologized after last night's incident during a 7-1 loss to the Brewers and said a different person was doing Mr. Met duty for this afternoon's game against Milwaukee.

PARIS (AP) — Madison Keys has been upset at the French Open by a 290th-ranked qualifier, Petra Martic of Croatia, 3-6, 6-3, 6-1. The 12th-seeded American was bothered by her surgically repaired left wrist, which was checked by a trainer after the second set. Keys missed the start of this season after having an operation on the wrist.

IRVING, Texas (AP) — Longtime Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer and former Texas coach Mack Brown are among those making their first appearance on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot this year. So are former players Charles Woodson, Ed Reed and Calvin Johnson. The newest Hall of Fame class will be announced Jan. 8 in Atlanta, the site of the College Football Playoff championship game.