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Victorious Novak Djokovic to umpire: 'You're losing your mind'

Victorious Novak Djokovic to umpire: 'You're losing your mind'

The second set looked to be going the way of the first as Nadal raced into a 5-0 lead before Basilashvili got his name on the scoreboard. "I had a great first set, pretty much did everything I wanted", Djokovic said. The eighth-seeded Russian beat No. 32 Zhang Shuai of China 7-6 (5), 4-6, 7-5, improving to 5-1 in their head-to-head matches . The defending champion had reached round three without dropping a set despite not playing his best.



Champions League Final: Irresistible Real Madrid take on immovable Juventus

Bring on the Champions League final . "Winning the final would bring me enormous joy". At the heart of that Juventus defense is a guy looking to become the oldest Champions League victor: 39-year-old goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon . I have seen that many times in my life. When Madrid needed someone to step up this season he has been the man and he will be hoping that he can lead his side to yet another Champions League trophy.


LeBron James' house spray-painted with a racial slur, police say

LeBron James' house spray-painted with a racial slur, police say

The Warriors opened the second half of Game 1 of the NBA Finals on a 13-0 run, opening up a 73-52 lead over Cleveland early in the third quarter. Cleveland, however, overturned a 3-1 series deficit to emerge triumphant. "You don't care who you've got to take down, you just want to take whoever that is down".



Bellinger homers, Ks rule in Dodgers 2-1 win over Brewers

McCarthy gave up seven hits and two runs, walking one and striking out six. It's a significant achievement for Kershaw, who is just 29 and has a chance to end up one of the all-time greats in the strikeout department. Nelson also became the first pitcher in Brewers history with back-to-back games with at least 10 strikeouts and no walks.?The Brewers' pitchers finished with 16 K's.


Steph Curry says he's ready for NBA Finals redemption

Steph Curry says he's ready for NBA Finals redemption

After a week and a half of preparation, only one team was ready to play. Last year, the Cavaliers battled back from a 3-1 series deficit to defeat the Warriors on their home court at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. By accepting less than his full value on the open market, Durant seems to be paving the way to ensure his California dream will live on. There have been a few trilogies in sports over the centuries, but they are rare .