Five Things We Learned from NBA Finals - Game 1

Five Things We Learned from NBA Finals - Game 1

Cleveland Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson, right, shoots against Golden State Warriors center Zaza Pachulia during the second half of Game 1 of basketball's NBA Finals in Oakland, Calif., Thursday, June 1, 2017. "I know it wouldn't jolt me", Brown said, per ESPN . "That's what you dream about as a kid is to play at the highest level". I nearly do! Anyway, here's maybe the best screenshot of the video, especially without context.

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An intriguing battle is on the cards between the trans-Tasman rivals , led by two technically sound captains. "I was pretty happy with our preparations for the Champions Trophy , although obviously you don't want to lose a series that you play in", said De Villiers at the pre-tournament dinner.

Jason Kokrak sprints to 5-stroke lead at Byron Nelson

Day, who has not won on the US PGA Tour since his success at the Players Championship a year ago, finished level on 12-under with American Billy Horschel after the final round in Texas. Day's putt, unfortunately, never had much of a chance. All three players were tied at 11 under par after nine holes, and Hahn took charge, making two straight birdies on the 10th and 11th holes to get to 13 under.

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Speaking at Madrid's Valdebebas training ground, Kroos said: "I will not speak about players who play or not because there are 23, not just Bale or Isco ". In two of the last three years they have been in this situation before, and have triumphed. Bale moved away to achieve his dream of becoming a footballer - first to Southampton, then to Tottenham Hotspur, before joining Real Madrid in 2013 for a then world record fee.