James and Cavaliers beat Celtics, set up rematch against Warriors

This is James 7th consecutive NBA Finals . "We all need to soak this up". The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors meet Thursday in game one of the 2017 NBA Finals at the Oracle Arena on ABC. I feel like if we weren't, there would be a problem", he said. "They were very polite", said Danny Ainge , who understands the Ball family's reservations about the Celtics - that the team has too many point guards.

Paul Pogba: 'We played for the people who died'

However, with his future such a hot topic, the Manchester United player has given some clarification. And as the final whistle sounded and United's celebrations began, chants of "Manchester" rang around the Friends Arena in tribute to those who died and were injured in the attack which cast a shadow over this showpiece occasion.

Alonso looks to return to work with Indy 500 win

Team Penske has won 16 Indy 500s, and Power comes into the race as the fastest qualifier for Penske. Still, a win by a Chevy driver might be considered an upset based on how strong Honda has been. I'm just relaxed. This year has been great for me. "Overall the racing in America is a lot more pure than it is in Europe and the tracks are not very forgiving, you make a mistake and you get punished for it".

Pro basketball: Stories aplenty in NBA Finals

The Cleveland Cavaliers have the chance to make it back to the NBA Finals to face the Golden State Warriors, a rematch of last year's Finals. The Cleveland Cavaliers managed to secure its third win in the series 112-99 and now the Celtics are facing a crucial elimination for the second time this Eastern Conference Finals series.

Crosby helps Penguins win to even series

Crosby helps Penguins win to even series

The roles are somewhat reverse from last season when the 22-year-old Murray took over for a concussed Fleury and guided Pittsburgh to its fourth Stanley Cup title in franchise history. "I'll put that one behind me and be ready to go". Murray took over for Fleury after Ottawa's first-period outburst Wednesday, stopping 19 of 20 shots.