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Penguins take command, lead Cup Finals 2-0

Yes, they have been the better team. Since the Final went to the best-of-seven format in 1939, teams leading 2-0 have won 45 of 50 series . Fans weren't shy about booing the penalty on Kunitz because they thought P.K. In Game 1 , Rinne faced eleven shots and let in four goals. Rinne, who had previously not lost two in a row in these playoffs, allowed four goals on 25 shots.



Warriors Coach Steve Kerr Opens Up On Future; Leads Team Past Cavs

And when you got great teammates like I do, who allow me to play with my emotions and allow me to be emotional when I'm talking to them, to use my emotions to the better for us, it's easy. That's what Golden State does. The Warriors squandered a 3-1 lead to the Cavs a year ago to miss a repeat. "The intention is tonight and the rest of this series", Kerr said about being on the bench.



No more resting on defense for LeBron James

Rihanna ended the game with a dab in the fourth quarter. Golden State, led by two-times reigning league MVP Stephen Curry, are in remarkable form after becoming the first team in league history to enter the Finals undefeated (12-0) since the National Basketball Association went to the current playoff format in 2003.


Astros use 2 homers to beat Royals for 11th straight win

Astros use 2 homers to beat Royals for 11th straight win

So, no matter where we're at and who we're facing, we just have that confidence to go out there and win ballgames". Gurriel homered in the ninth inning. The storied rivals kick off a three-game series with an intriguing pitching duel between the surging Drew Pomeranz (5-3, 4.24 ERA) and the struggling Masahiro Tanaka (5-5, 6.34 ERA).



Warriors Sock Cavs in Game 2, Take Command in NBA Finals

There is a good news for all the National Basketball Association fans and enthusiasts who are waiting to watch The Finals. It is now possible to witness the action between LeBron James' Cavaliers and Steph Curry's Warriors using a virtual reality (VR) device.


Warriors roll to 2-0 NBA Finals lead

Warriors roll to 2-0 NBA Finals lead

Durant's averages over the last four duels: 32.0 points (54.0 percent from the field, 41.4 percent from deep), 10.5 rebounds , 5.5 assists and 2.3 blocks. Cleveland scored 113 points and it wasn't almost enough. They have the best player in the world. It was a welcome sight for Steve Kerr in his return to the bench as head coach, and he didn't waste any time talking Thompson up.