Cavaliers looking forward to respite before conference semis

Cavaliers looking forward to respite before conference semis

While James Harden struggled, Nene scored 28 points to give the Rockets a commanding 3-1 lead in the first-round series. "I actually could have played the whole game if need-be". LeBron James scored 33 points, including the go-ahead three-pointer with 1:08 remaining, and Cleveland completed a four-game sweep of IN in their National Basketball Association playoff opening-round series.

French expatriates vote ahead of knife-edge election

Measures of expected volatility of the euro - driven to their highest in a year by nerves ahead of the vote - collapsed back to relatively normal levels about 8.5 percent, pointing to a fall in concern over anti-EU, anti-euro National Front leader Marine Le Pen's chances next month.

MacArthur returns, scores for Sens to beat Boston 3-2 in OT

His status for Game 6 remains unknown. Tuukka Rask made 26 saves for the Bruins, and Boston got goals from Drew Stafford and Patrice Bergeron . "The way we battled, the way we played, we just have to be proud and take this experience moving forward".

Warburton leads Lions on toughest mission

Many were bemused when Sam Warburton stepped down as Wales captain in January but three months on there can be no doubt what a shrewd decision that has proved to be. I never thought I would be (picked again as captain). You can't get access to the players. We are playing away from home. "Being culturally prepared for our tour of New Zealand is important to us and something we intend to embrace by sharing some of our team's cultures, whether it be in English, Welsh, Scottish or Irish", he said.

Nadal makes Open-era history with 10th Monte Carlo Masters crown

The 14-time Grand Slam victor created history on Sunday when he became the first man in Open era to win 10 tournament titles as he decimated compatriot Albert Ramos-Vinolas 6-1, 6-3 in the title match of 2017 Monte Carlo Masters, that went on for just 76 minutes.

Pep: City 'controlled' game against 'long ball' Arsenal

Pep: City 'controlled' game against 'long ball' Arsenal

Sergio Aguero gave Pep Guardiola's guys the lead on Sunday but Nacho Monreal brilliantly levelled for Arsenal before Alexis Sanchez developed the victor in extra time . "It's my job to try to get it right and when it goes well I'm happy". "He will be here next year because he has a contract and hopefully we will manage to extend him".