spotlight Today in sports history: Warriors rally from 3-1 deficit to advance to 2016 NBA Finals Associated Press May 30, 2020 May 30, 2020 Updated May 30, 2020 0 Here's a look back at sports happenings on this date in history, May 30: Video: This Week in Sports History 1911: Ray Harroun wins first running of Indianapolis 500 1911 — Ray Harroun wins the first Indianapolis 500 in 6 hours, 42 minutes and 8 seconds with an average speed of 74.59 mph.Drivers speed into the first turn on the Brickyard in the first Indianapolis 500-mile race in Indianapolis, Ind., Thursday, May 30, 1911. The drivers from left are, Will Jones (9) driving a Case; Joe Jagersberger (8) in a Case; and Louis Disbrow (5) in a Pope-Hartford. Ray Harroun won the race at an average speed of 74.602 miles per hour. (AP Photo) AP FILE 1952: Troy Ruttman becomes youngest to win Indy 500 at 22 1952 — At 22, Troy Ruttman becomes the youngest driver to win the Indianapolis 500.In this May 30, 1952, file photo, driver Troy Ruttman, center left, of Lynwood, Calif., and car owner J.C. Agajanian celebrate Ruttman winning the Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Ind. (AP Photo/Charles Knoblock) AP FILE 1955: Indy native Bob Sweikert wins Indy 500 1955 — Bob Sweikert, an Indianapolis native, wins the Indianapolis 500. Bill Vukovich, seeking his third consecutive victory, is killed in a four-car crash on the 56th lap.Bob Sweikert, in a Zink Special, left, followed closely by another car, crosses the finish line to win the 500-mile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, May 30, 1955. (AP Photo) AP FILE 1993: Emerson Fittipaldi wins his second Indianapolis 500 1993 — Emerson Fittipaldi wins his second Indianapolis 500, by 2.8 seconds. Fittipaldi takes the lead on lap 185 and holds on, outfoxing Formula One champion Nigel Mansell and runner-up Arie Luyendyk.In this May 30, 1993 file photo, Team Penske crew members cheer while Penske driver Emerson Fittipaldi punches his fist in the air after winning the 77th running of the Indianapolis 500 auto race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. (AP Photo/David Boe, File) AP FILE 2005: Johns Hopkins beats Duke in NCAA final to cap undefeated season 2005 — Johns Hopkins wins its first NCAA lacrosse title in 18 years, beating Duke 9-8 to complete an undefeated season.Members of Johns Hopkins' Lacrosse team celebrate after beating Duke 9-8 in the NCAA Lacrosse championship Monday, May 30, 2005, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Miles Kennedy) AP FILE 2009: Texas wins 25-inning game against Boston College 2009 — Travis Tucker hits an RBI single with one out in the top of the 25th inning to give Texas a 3-2 victory over Boston College in the longest baseball game in NCAA history.Texas' Travis Tucker celebrates with his team after the Big 12 baseball tournament championship game against Missouri in Oklahoma City, in this May 24, 2009 file photo. AP FILE 2011: Jim Tressel resigns as coach of Ohio State 2011 — Jim Tressel, who guided Ohio State to its first national title in 34 years, resigns amid NCAA violations from a tattoo-parlor scandal that sullied the image of one of the country’s top football programs.In a March 8, 2011 file photo, Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel, left, sits next to E. Gordon Gee, Ohio State University president, during a news conference, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/Terry Gilliam, File) AP FILE 2012: Roger Federer breaks record with 233rd Grand Slam match win 2012 — Roger Federer breaks Jimmy Connors’ Open era record of 233 Grand Slam match wins by beating Adrian Ungur of Romania 6-3, 6-2, 6-7 (6), 6-3 in the second round of the French Open.Switzerland's Roger Federer returns the ball to Romania's Adrian Ungur during their second round match in the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris, Wednesday, May 30, 2012. (AP Photo/Michel Spingler) AP FILE 2016: Warriors rally from 3-1 series deficit to oust Thunder, advance to Finals 2016 — Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson carry the 73-win Warriors right back to the NBA Finals, as Golden State rallies from a 3-1 series deficit to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 96-88 in Game 7 of the Western Conference finals. The Warriors are the 10th team to rally from a 3-1 deficit and win a postseason series.In this May 30, 2016, file photo, fans cheer as Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry yells after the Warriors defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 7 of the NBA basketball Western Conference finals in Oakland, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot, File) AP FILE 0 comments Tags Wire Timegoggles Related to this collection +2 National Morning headlines: Racial unrest, protests spread across US for a fourth night. Full coverage here. Updated Jul 10, 2020 Complete coverage of Friday's events in the aftermath of George Floyd's death while in police custody. Plus other headlines in the news this Saturday morning.