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Cavs beat Celtics to earn NBA Finals rematch with Warriors

Another impressive feat from the game: James scored 35 points, giving him 5,995 points in National Basketball Association postseason history, surpassing Michael Jordan for most all-time. James showed no ill effects in the game, finishing with 35 points. That's all the the Cleveland Cavaliers need to clinch their third straight trip to the NBA Finals , where they would, for the third time in a row, face the Golden State Warriors .



But could be last as Arsenal boss

The north London club are preparing to face Premier League champions Chelsea in the FA Cup final on Saturday, in a game that could be Wenger's last at Arsenal . Blues boss Antonio Conte is reportedly to be granted £200m to spend on new players this summer. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said the red card "was harsh, but we have to accept the decision".



5 best farewell videos for Yankees legend Derek Jeter

Along with honoring Jeter with a lengthy tribute video, the Yankees dedicated his number and his career accomplishments on a plaque at the Monument Park. "I was happy with mine". Others on hand to witness Jeter's number retirement included, Hideki Matsui, longtime manager Joe Torre , Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson and Dick Groch, the area scout who signed Jeter.



LeBron James, Isaiah Thomas Embrace After Cavs Eliminate Celtics

Kyrie Irving added 24 points, Kevin Love scored 15 points, while Deron Williams had 14. "We're a young team, this is our first time ". The way to tell that Smart's Game 3 showing was a fluke is to look at the way Cleveland guarded him in Game 4.



Man city move closer to top four finish

City edged the win that strengthens their hopes of third place and automatic qualification for the Champions League thanks to referee Robert Madley's controversial decision to disallow Riyah Mahrez's "two-touch" penalty which would have given Leicester a deserved equaliser.



Rory McIlroy six shots off the first round lead at Sawgrass

He made double bogey, shot 38 on his second nine and had to settle for a 70. Bernhard Langer extended his tournament record for most birdies at No. It also kept him in contention to joining Tiger Woods (2001) as the only player in 44 years to win both tournaments. Hughes had a solid round of five birdies and no bogeys.