• Cavaliers alive for Game 5
Cavaliers alive for Game 5

The Warriors' abilities - getting quick points on transition, setting the tempo of the game and to lean on its various weapons and depth - besides its best players Durant and Curry being in prime form have set them on course to avenge last year's loss to the Cavaliers .

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  • Nadal just 1 step away from 'La Decima' in Paris
Nadal just 1 step away from 'La Decima' in Paris

After dropping only 29 games en route to a 10th final, only a fearless man would bet against him. The Swiss, who has won all his three Slam finals, ended with 87 winners and 77 unforced errors. "If I did it, probably somebody else gonna do it, because I don't consider myself very special", he said. It's incredible to be back in the finals again.

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  • Golden State Warriors on verge of making sports history
Golden State Warriors on verge of making sports history

If that doesn't seem fair, welcome to the Cleveland Cavaliers' NBA Finals experience. The Cavs scored 49 points in the first quarter - setting a new Finals record for most points in any quarter - and went 7-for-12 on 3-pointers while pouring it on.

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  • LeBron James climbs to third place in career NBA Finals scoring
LeBron James climbs to third place in career NBA Finals scoring

Kevin Love has 14 points, Kyrie Irving has 11 and the Cavaliers lead Golden State 49-33 after one quarter of Game 4 on Friday night. Check the scoreboard above and click on the stats link. "I definitely want to compete", he said. "I can't be disappointed with the effort and how we played, but they made the plays down the stretch that we didn'...

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  • Cavaliers extend NBA finals after ending Warriors' perfect run
Cavaliers extend NBA finals after ending Warriors' perfect run

Now, nearly a year later, comes a moment in a Game 3 that felt a little bit like a Game 7 for the Cavs. Durant started helping the Warriors chip away at a Cavs lead, using two free throws to cut the lead to 31-25 with 3:19 left in the first quarter.

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  • Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane targets Ballon d'Or while at Tottenham
Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane targets Ballon d'Or while at Tottenham

Bobby Charlton, deployed as a striker after picking up an injury early on, clawed one back before Jim McCalliog's strike made sure that Geoff Hurst's late goal was meaningless. The 34-year-old was asked by a visiting reporter whether the world's oldest global fixture is still as special. "I have always loved playing for Scotland , it's great...

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  • Sidney Crosby 'dribbles' PK Subban's head on ice, throws things from bench
Sidney Crosby 'dribbles' PK Subban's head on ice, throws things from bench

Game 6 airs at 8 p.m. ET on NBC on Sunday. Prior to the game, a Predators fan tossed a catfish on to the ice. "It's just one of those things it slipped out of my hand", Crosby said . Into the second period , the refs didn't call a slashing penalty and Crosby responded by throwing a water bottle onto the ice in the middle of play which w...

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  • Injured Wahab Riaz out of ICC Champions Trophy 2017 squad
Injured Wahab Riaz out of ICC Champions Trophy 2017 squad

After a promising start, led mostly by quick Mohammad Amir, Pakistan allowed India - through Virat Kohli's unbeaten 81 and Yuvraj Singh's quickfire 53 - to pile on an avalanche of runs in the late overs. Opener Azhar Ali had given Pakistan a decent platform with a half-century but they were unable to build on it, losing their last seven w...

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  • McElroy | LeBron James isn't leaving the Cavaliers - yet
McElroy | LeBron James isn't leaving the Cavaliers - yet

LeBron has already kept his promise of delivering a championship to Cleveland. He will have the option to play for whatever team he wants in 2018. James has left the Cavaliers before to join the Miami Heat back in 2010, so he's not afraid to go elsewhere to chase a ring.

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  • Cavs end Warriors perfect postseason run in Game 4
Cavs end Warriors perfect postseason run in Game 4

LeBron James and the Cavs are in it to win championships, not simply compete for them. The lively Cleveland crowd ate this one up, finishing the night chanting, “ Cavs in 7 , Cavs in 7.”. Individually, Irving flirted with perfection as well hitting 11 of his first 14 shots. "This has been the best team in our league the last three years".

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  • Alexandre Lacazette Still Open To Atletico Madrid Move Despite Transfer Ban
Alexandre Lacazette Still Open To Atletico Madrid Move Despite Transfer Ban

A new happy event is preparing for the midfielder: he will marry his companion and the mother of his child. We have to appear hard and strong but we are afraid of what people will say about us. "The questions about my future have been a bit annoying ". Per the report, no British professional player came out between the death of Justin Fashanu in...

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  • Lewis Hamilton happy to be back where it all began
Lewis Hamilton happy to be back where it all began

Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve has had changes for safety purposes since past year. " Montreal has been a great hunting ground for me in the past and I plan for it to continue", the triple world champion told reporters. The session was littered with minor incidents as most of the field suffered spins and two were forced to withdraw from the fray - C...

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  • Preds: Shutting down Pens' stars not possible every game
Preds: Shutting down Pens' stars not possible every game

PITTSBURGH (AP) - The night started with a catfish throw. It snapped a 0-for-11 slump for the Penguins' man advantage and was their first five-on-four goal of the series. From superstars like Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron at the World Cup of Hockey to players you have to look up on hockeydb.com , like Conor Sheary and Jake Guentzel ...

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  • Steve Kerr believes Cavaliers fatigue helped the Warriors win
Steve Kerr believes Cavaliers fatigue helped the Warriors win

The year before, Golden State fell behind 2-1 in the series but closed out a title in Game 6 in Cleveland. Included: Kevin Durant and LeBron James yelling at each other (and picking up double technicals) during a review of a flagrant foul delivered by Kevin Love on Durant.

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  • No date for delivery of upgraded engine, says Honda
No date for delivery of upgraded engine, says Honda

The future of one of the sport's most famous team-engine relationships appears increasingly in jeopardy after McLaren executive Zak Brown delivered an unequivocal warning to the team's partners this week. Alonso, who praised the open and happy atmosphere he found at Indianapolis , confirmed also that he would quit F1 if the calendar is to be e...

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  • Alonso: I'll be back with McLaren, if we're winning
Alonso: I'll be back with McLaren, if we're winning

Vettel was among the first to do his low-fuel run and promptly went quickest, with team-mate Raikkonen slotting into second. The Canadian Grand Prix has been a happy hunting ground for Lewis Hamilton and he will look to bag a sixth career win on the island circuit on Sunday to refuel his hopes of another Formula One drivers title.

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  • Starc restricts Bangladesh to 182 at Oval
Starc restricts Bangladesh to 182 at Oval

Australia were firmly on course in their chase, cruising to 83-1 in 16 overs before rain swept in. Australian frustration at The Oval was amplified given they appeared just four more overs away from securing an all-important two points. The rest of the team that played New Zealand would be the same but Australia could think of bringing in Ch...

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  • NBA Finals 2017: Warriors vs. Cavaliers FREE livestream Game 4
NBA Finals 2017: Warriors vs. Cavaliers FREE livestream Game 4

Magic Johnson has said that his Lakers would probably have even done it in a sweep. Added to the fact that he joined a Warriors team that won the National Basketball Association title in 2015 and followed that up by winning a record 73 games last season before falling to Cleveland in seven games, Durant was considered a villain by many.

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  • Rain helps Pakistan shock South Africa by 19 runs
Rain helps Pakistan shock South Africa by 19 runs

The South Africans, who lost to Pakistan by 19 runs under the Duckworth/Lewis method at Edgbaston last night, will be desperate for a victory against India on Sunday to keep their hopes of making the semifinals alive. But Morne Morkel got South Africa back in the game by taking the wickets of the two followed by Mohammad Hafeez. Young Pak...

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  • The Hectic Moment An America's Cup Yacht Capsized
The Hectic Moment An America's Cup Yacht Capsized

Team New Zealand has capsized in the start of their fourth race against Ben Ainslie Racing, in the America's Cup challenger semifinals off Bermuda this morning. Japan and Artemis are tied three races all, with one race remaining today. In stark contrast to Tuesday's poor performance, Nathan Outteridge and his team looked assured throughout ...

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