Three Things You Need to Know on June 14th

June 14, 2019

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving.  During a White House event Thursday, President Trump said Sanders has done a great job and will head back home to Arkansas.  Trump said he's pushing Sanders to run for governor of her home state, where her father, Mike Huckabee, served as governor.   

Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen has died.  His family released a statement saying Bowlen passed away at home Thursday night surrounded by his family.  The 75-year-old had relinquished control of the franchise in 2014 when he acknowledged publicly he was dealing with Alzheimer's disease.  Bowlen purchased the club in 1984 and was at the helm for more than 300 victories during his 30 seasons.  During that time, the Broncos won three Super Bowls and seven AFC championships, most recently in 2015.  He was set to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame on August 3rd in Canton. 

The 2019 NBA Champions are the Toronto Raptors. Toronto beat Golden State 114-110 in Game Six from Oakland to win the series four-games-to-two. It's the first NBA championship in franchise history.