GiveMeSport brings you all of todays top headlines from the fast paced world of U.S sport.
Our top story today concerns Johnny Manziel, who has found himself in the news yet again after an incident at a golf tournament.
In other news, there's an injury update ahead of the NBA Finals, the MLB Home Run Derby could be missing a star name, and there was a late, late winner in MLS last night.
We start off with news coming out this weekend surrounding Johnny Manziel. The Cleveland Browns quarterback would have been looking forward to having a quiet off-season, just getting his head down and hoping to prove he can be an NFL standard QB following his stint in rehab.
But that hasn't happened. Instead Manziel is hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons, yet again. According to reports, 'Johnny Football' got into an argument with a fan who was constantly harassing Manziel for an autograph before things turned, with Manziel reportedly throwing a bottle at the 18-year old.
A photo has emerged on Twitter of Manziel talking to security and a police officer, presumably after the incident, which nothing came of.
Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer confirmed that no charges were pressed and things just simmered down afterwards.
Over to the NBA now, where the Warriors and Cavaliers are having the exact opposite luck with injuries. Klay Thompson is looking likely to be fit for game 1 after suffering a concussion against Houston. Kyrie Irving on the other hand is worrying Cleveland, with head coach David Blatt saying the point guard still isn't right.
To baseball now, where Bryce Harper may be set to disappoint MLB fans. Harper is currently tied with Nelson Cruz for leading the league in home runs, but the Nationals star may decide to miss the home run derby this year.
And finally to soccer, where the Seattle Sounders scored a late, late winner to beat the New York Red Bulls. Lloyd Sam opened the scoring for New York, before Marco Pappa equalised for the Sounders, with Chad Barrett netting in the 93rd minute to get all three points for the Seattle side.