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Preds Look To Seize Control Of Series In Game 2

Preds Look To Seize Control Of Series In Game 2

The Ducks are slight series favourites on Sports Interaction NHL odds. According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, the Ducks are a slight favorite at home in Game 1, as they are getting odds of -115 to win. Anaheim would have to gear up for a winner-take-all Game 7 Wednesday night. Still, the Predators moved to 9-2 in the postseason. "If we were losing (the series) 2-0, it would be so hard".



Source says Lonzo Ball uncertain on non-Lakers workouts

I'm going to speak it into existence. In the meantime, landing the second pick may set up exactly what many people have been hoping for - the Lakers drafting UCLA guard Lonzo Ball. According to Shelburne, the Lakers are said to be considering several players with their second and 28th picks. However, the Lakers and Ball have always been considered a ideal fit.


Players Championship victor prepares for military duty

Players Championship victor prepares for military duty

But even though form was not on his side, there have always been signs that Kim is destined for... Kim has had a rough 2016-2017, missing seven cuts and withdrawing four times (Kim said post-round that he's struggled with a wrist injury) in 19 PGA Tour events this season.


New York Yankees Retire Derek Jeter's Jersey

New York Yankees Retire Derek Jeter's Jersey

The sculpture on Jeter's Monument Park plaque actually looks like Jeter. "Playing here in NY for 20 years, I learned that time flies, memories fade but family is forever", Jeter said . Reggie Jackson was on the field in shirt sleeves. They each were given Monument Park blazers. He rode to the infield in a golf cart as Frank Sinatras version of “My Way” was played.



Sharapova Guarantees Wimbledon Return After Italian Open Victory

In Rome , Maria Sharapova went on an adventure to the Colosseum for an incredible photo-op, and a stage for some dancing (if you follow her on Instagram, you caught it). The Russian has accepted wild cards to enter all three of her tournaments since her return. WTA CEO Steve Simon said he disagreed with the French federation's reasoning.