Cavaliers alive for Game 5

The Cavs set scoring records in the first half and then held on during a wild third and fourth quarter that included technical fouls, James jawing with Kevin Durant and Cleveland's crowd roaring. "Even when you're playing well, you've got to play, like, A-plus-plus". Klay Thompson's 30 points to Love's nine (not to mention Thompson becoming Richard Sherman with his perimeter defense) and Green's filling in the blanks to Tristan Thompson shooting blanks.

Green stays in Game 4 after technical foul fiasco

At the moment, Steve Kerr was also arguing. The box was changed after the third quarter to indicate Kerr had received the first technical. After the game, Kerr was asked about the first technical foul, which was originally attributed to Green, but was later said to be Kerr's.

Have LeBron's NBA Finals opponents been better than MJ's?

Have LeBron's NBA Finals opponents been better than MJ's?

If the Cavs get their doors blown off by the Warriors and are unable to effectively shuffle the deck this summer, their championship forecast for next year won't look any rosier than it does now. "Not me. They're not about to punk Tristan Thompson ", Tristan Thompson said. "It doesn't matter until we get that 16th one". "You don't want to mess around".

Andy Murray knocked out of French Open by Stan Wawrinka

In the 2015 final at Roland Garros , Wawrinka defeated Novak Djokovic , postponing the Serb's career Grand Slam for a year, and repeated the feat at the US Open in September with an enormously powerful display. Wawrinka broke for a 5-3 lead in the opener but handed the advantage straight back to the Scot in his next service game. Murray held a 10-7 career edge over Wawrinka heading into the match.

Deja vu: Cavaliers roll over Warriors, trail 3-1 in NBA Finals

LeBron James and Kyrie Irving were otherworldly in Game 3. I was like, if I'm not scoring the ball, how can I still make an impact on the game? Through the first three rounds of the playoffs, the Cavs had the highest effective field goal percentage (59.8 percent) in postseason history.

Penguins open early 2-0 lead on Preds in Game 5

The power play, punchless on previous 15 attempts in the series, scored on its first chance for a 1-0 lead 1:31 into the game. Quite the opposite, in fact: All three teams that have lost a game by six or more goals this spring bounced back to win the next contest .