• Finals pick up where they left off with Cavs-Warriors III

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    Calipari was referring to James , who led the Cavaliers over the Golden State Warriors in the 2016 NBA Finals . And while many may be growing exhausted of seeing the same players on the game's biggest stage, there are still plenty of storylines to keep us all tuned in.
  • India will beat Pakistan, win Champions Trophy: Laxman

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    Despite one-day cricket suffering a bit of an identity crisis, the relatively short and sharp format of the tournament means interest in it remains relatively constant. "The match will be played before a packed Birmingham house, but I am confident, if we play to our potential we will definitely go on to win the game", he said .
  • French Open 2017: Andy Murray defeat Andrey Kuznetsov, advances to second round

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    He is getting into the right place at the right time here. It took the Scot two hours and 32 minutes to see off Kuznetsov. "Get the best players to play worse - because that is what they are going to do to you". Murray then lost his bearings midway through the second set, dropping four games in a row to allow the Russian to square the match. Murray's struggles were all too evident in a hard second set but he took control early in the third and did not look back, winning the final eight games.
  • India beat Bangladesh by 240 runs in a warm-up match

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    The proof came as recently as Monday when, across London at Lord's, England collapsed to 20 for six in five overs - the worst start in one-day worldwide history - against the South Africa new-ball duo of Kagiso Rabada and Wayne Parnell.
  • Hoffman's goal helps Senators beat Penguins to force Game 7

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    I think that's pretty cool. "Your tank fills up immediately". So Ryan will continue to grow his hair, which is the longest it's ever been, until after the playoffs. But it's awfully tight. "It's been a tough, tight-checking series ". Yet they've found a way to persevere. The Senators were down 3-1 after the second after MacArthur's third of the playoffs with 1:38 left in the period allowed the club to get on the board.
  • Warriors coach says he's not ready for Game 1

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    Bowman recalled with a grin. Curry, who will be opposite of Irving at the point guard position in the Finals, knows just how good his opponent is. Brown wasn't around during the past two Finals when the Warriors faced the Cavaliers, so he has watched some of last year's Finals. However, the difference comes when the fact remains Golden State has still been better than the Cleveland either in the regular or postseason.
  • Capsule preview of the Warriors-Cavaliers NBA Finals matchup

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    Most would contend that James, who is also a part-owner of storied Premier League club Liverpool, has positioned himself to break further ground whenever his playing career ends. Same thing when LeBron went to Miami with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh , people wanted to hand them the title and they lost the first year to a Mavericks team nobody saw coming (except Mark Cuban, of course).
  • Bangladesh thrashed by India ahead of Champions Trophy opener against England

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    India might be the team to beat. With Mitchell Starc leading the Australian attack, Smith will believe he has a chance. "I haven't seen a team win a global tournament playing defensively", said Bayliss. Miraj and Sunzamul added 30 runs for the eighth wicket but that was all they could manage as Jasprit Bumrah , Ravichandran Ashwin and Pandya wasted no time in cleaning up the tail and set up an impressive win for India .
  • Why the Warriors will win the NBA Finals

    Why the Warriors will win the NBA Finals

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    Even though the Warriors didn't win the NBA Finals a year ago, it still felt like piling on, if not overkill, adding a Rolls Royce to a fleet of Bentleys. Is he hurt? Is he sulking? He filled in addressing the media Monday when acting coach Mike Brown was out with the flu. He's also been fired twice by the Cavs .
  • Why the Cleveland Cavaliers will win the NBA Finals

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    Whether stupidly reckless or recklessly stupid, the Warriors power forward and emotional leader never should have let his temper or uncontainable limbs get the best of him in the moment. The Warriors would be juggernauts in any era, whether they faced Jordan's Bulls, Magic's Lakers or even Russell's Celtics . Add to that mix veterans like Deron Williams, Channing Frye, Kyle Korver and J.R.