Kyrie Irving, LeBron James power Cavs past Celtics in Game 4

Boston had several open looks, especially in the second half ."It wasn't tough to watch", he said as the Cavaliers prepared for Tuesday night's Game 4.After the game on his way to the post game press conference, a belligerent Cavs fan heckled James prompting James to fire back with a few words of his own.

Shot-shy Penguins claim Stanley Cup opener

But the Penguins generated at least 35 shots in each of the last four games of their seven-game win over the Senators in the Eastern Conference final, including a combined 88 shots in the last two games. The quirky nature of Game 1 didn't help, either. The Predators are 12-5 this postseason with a 5-3 record on the road, per the OddsShark NHL Database .

Wenger Coach in the dark as Arsenal verdict looms

Wenger Coach in the dark as Arsenal verdict looms

Despite his uncertain future, Wenger called the win against Chelsea one of the "proudest moments" of his illustrious career with the Gunners. Wenger's future has been up in the air for much of the season as both he and the club refused to publicly announce their intentions.

Predators goalie Rinne struggling as Pens take 2-0 lead

Predators goalie Rinne struggling as Pens take 2-0 lead

Ellis scored the first goal by a Predator in a Stanley Cup Final 8:21 into the second and Nashville kept Rinne downright bored at the other end. If the Preds can continue to dominate like that they WILL win the Stanley Cup. That make sense. But the other two are baffling. Ryan Ellis, Colton Sissons and Frederick Gaudreau scored for the Predators. You can probably add baffled to the list.

Ozil and Sanchez eyeing the exit door

Sanchez is one month away from entering the final year of his contract and is yet to give an indication whether he will remain at the Emirates Stadium beyond the summer. "The basis is there so we need the additions who will make a real difference". Is that going to happen? If Ozil were to leave, Mahrez would be seen as the ideal replacement and has recently told Leicester that he wants to leave the former Premier League champions this summer.

Billy Horschel wins AT&T Byron Nelson on first playoff hole

The playoff wrapped up the Nelson's 35th and final tournament in Irving. It will move to Trinity Forest Golf Club near Dallas. The Beaudesert local shot a two-under par 68 final round to finish the tournament tied with American Billy Horschel on 12-under, forcing a sudden death playoff.