Spurs' Ginobili: 'Strange, sad' to play first playoff game without Parker

Spurs' Ginobili: 'Strange, sad' to play first playoff game without Parker

After Tony Parker , 34, failed to score on a teardrop shot, he landed awkwardly on his left leg and immediately collapsed to the floor. "No excuses, we're just going to go complete and play our best game in Houston", he said. Houston's sharp Game 1 effort was a stunner and the Rockets couldn't stay in the follow-up contest with star point guard James Harden suffering through a 3-of-17 shooting performance while scoring just 13 points.

Alonso: First lap off didn't cost McLaren points

He went off to play tennis, spending more time on the court than in the vehicle that day, before returning to prop up the timesheets in the afternoon and discuss the damage to Honda's reputation. He topped it off by clocking a better lap than Force India pair Sergio Perez and Esteban Icon and Williams' Felipe Massa. "They are definitely ahead of everyone but we could be right behind them in terms of the chassis".

Mourinho drops De Gea for trip to Southampton

The Red Devils have put all their eggs in the Europa League basket, and thus will fielded a weaker team for this one. So fewer players and fewer players and fewer players. Mourinho says he is having to do "a la carte" preparation for his players, juggling rest, preparation and matches. The Premier League side, under the guidance of Jose Mourinho, face Ajax on 24 May, with the victor securing €6.5m (£5.6m) and a place in next season's Champions League - Europe's most lucrative club competition.

Travel Ban Hearing Puts Trump's Stump Rhetoric on Trial

A lot of them had to do with what the president has said on this issue and whether or not the judges should consider that in context. White House press secretary Sean Spicer expressed confidence that President Trump's travel ban order will be upheld by an appeals court.

Sixers' Joel Embiid wears ridiculous gold shoes to NBA Draft Lottery

Joel Embiid continues to be one of the best things about the National Basketball Association. With the quartet of Ben Simmons , Joel Embiid, Dario Saric and Jahlil Okafor now leading the way for the 76ers, it appears that the once heralded franchise is finally headed in the right direction.

Draymond Green won't hide feelings about Celtics' Kelly Olynyk

Draymond Green won't hide feelings about Celtics' Kelly Olynyk

At the half in Game 2, the Washington Wizards lead Boston, but that's been a trend. Olynyk, a former Gonzaga University star, came under fire from Green following a dust-up with Washington's Kelly Oubre in Game 3 between the Celtics and Wizards .