Before battling it out on the basketball court during the NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers prayed together Monday night.
One hour before the game began, Warriors chaplain, the Rev. Earl Smith, made himself available to both teams in a room where they could temporarily forget about basketball and focus on their faith.
As Chile goes against Panama for their last game in the Group D category of the Copa America Centenario, the team is hoping to secure a draw or a win to move on to the quarterfinals. Both teams will play on Tuesday night, 8 p.m., at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The Chileans would need to aim for either of these two possibilities to advance to the next round while Panama must win the game if they want to continue in the tournament. Fresh from a 2-1 win versus Bolivia, Chile hopes to maintain their energy and performance for this next game.
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After a convincing win in Game 5 the Cleveland Cavaliers have pushed the 2016 NBA finals back to Cleveland for a game 6 on Thursday. The game starts at 9:00 p.m. ET taking place at the Quicken Loans Arena. Now, the question is: Do the Cavs have a shot to legitimately win the title?
Many fans believe that the real deciding factor of Game 5 was Draymond Green's suspension by the NBA for a flagrant foul against LeBron James in Game 4. But apart from this, there could be other factors behind the sudden surge of the Cavaliers.
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For the first quarterfinals match of the Copa America Centenario on Thursday, the host team will go against Ecuador in a match where anybody could take home a win.
US Team's Home-Court Advantage
Thousands of USA team fans are expected to flock to the CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington for the game that will start at 8:30 p.m. The Americans hope to utilize theit home-court advantage over Ecuador to beat them. more >>
Two football stars from Portugal are expected to shine for the team's Euro 2016 matchup with Iceland on Tuesday night.
Winger Ricardo Quaresma and forward Cristiano Ronaldo have raised the bar for Portugal in the European tournament. Quaresma's return to the team has fueled up the team's performance especially with the great warm-up play versus Estonia last Wednesday where Portugal scored seven goals while the other side had zero point. more >>
Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King Jr. and former member of the Georgia House of Representatives, believes she will see the late Muhammad Ali in Heaven, despite his conversion to the Islamic faith.
"While Cassius Clay was raised in a Christian home, he later converted to Islam and changed his name to Muhammad Ali; in part, because he objected to the western characterization of Jesus Christ. Yet, I believe in my heart that the Christian message that he learned from my uncle, Martin Luther King, and Daddy A. D. was impacting him, too," King wrote in a statement, reflecting on the passing of Ali a week after his death.
"Ali was not only a great boxer, but also a great man; a man of character, integrity and faith. He loved his God, his family and the world. Yet, he was a very complex personality; and like everyone, was subject to human failings," she continued. more >>