Cavaliers aim to turn around Finals like previous year

Cavaliers aim to turn around Finals like previous year

And it will have felt even better when the Warriors took a 2-0 lead in the series after beating the Cavaliers 132-113 in Game Two. Klay Thompson emerged from a postseason-long shooting funk to score 22 points with four 3-pointers while playing more stellar defense and pulling down seven rebounds for the Warriors, who shot 18 for 43 from deep.

Andy Murray wary of Karen Khachanov test

After searching for consistency in his opening two matches, Murray found something approaching his best form to win the most anticipated match of the first week. Anderson served 24 aces in just shy of four hours as he came from two-sets-to- one down to win 6-7 (8-6) 7-6 (7-4) 5-7 6-1 6-4. This time Murray made no mistake and took the set with his fourth ace of the match.

Andy Murray's march continues in Kei Nishikori fight back

Murray broke for 6-5 but a big backhand victor from Nishikori gave him the break back again, only for the Scot to rip through the tiebreak 7-0. Remarkably, Nishikori was unable to recall the match at all when asked about it on Monday despite the win being one of the biggest of his career.

Tedesco proud of dazzling Origin I display

The Queenslanders responded with a try but that was all the fight they could do for the scoreline. "We caught Queensland on an off night but we will take a lot of confidence out of that", NSW coach Laurie Daley said. The two teams put on nearly the flawless half of football to open the game, Tedesco's desperate effort to reach out and score when he was brought down inches short the only mistake in 37 sets of football.

The Boston Red Sox continue to struggle to hit home runs

He's slashing.263/.298/.338 with one home run, 8 runs, 5 RBI's, and 3 stolen bases in that span of time. An inning later, Benintendi produced the first multi-homer game of his career with a solo shot off Mike Wright that boosted the lead to 6-3.

Australia and New Zealand draw after play abandoned

Australia and New Zealand draw after play abandoned

Ronchi's innings at a Brendon McCullum-esque tempo enabled Williamson (100 off 97 balls) and Ross Taylor (46 off 58) to sculpt a 99-run third-wicket platform which presented the middle and lower order with a chance to unleash. "We bowled both sides of the wicket and it was pretty ordinary". · New Zealand have won 13 of their last 17 completed ODIs in the Champions Trophy and World Cup; winning eight of their nine fixtures at the 2015 World Cup, losing to Australia in the final.