Needing only one more win to move to the Eastern Conference final of the NHL Stanley Cup, the Washington Capitals travel to the Madison Square Garden to face the New York Rangers in Game 5. The match is on May 8, 2015 at 7 p.m. ET.
Washington has been excellent so far this series as they try to topple the veteran Rangers. They have won both their home games and won the season opener in New York.
With only one win away, they will look to finally eliminate one of their biggest rivals in the East. more >>
In the night where the Golden State Warriors should have been celebrating for the success of their best player who received his MVP trophy, the Grizzlies had other things in mind. Led by the now masked Mike Conley, Memphis suffocated the Warriors' offense from the get go to the buzzer, en route a 97-90 win in Game 2 on Tuesday night.
But as basketball fans, most people would be thinking league MVP Steph Curry would be able to step into the plate and make some big shots. He scored 19 points and added six assists. But he also missed a bunch, hitting only 7 of 19 from the field, and 2-out-of 11 from deep.
Meanwhile, the performance of Curry's teammate Klay Thompson was worse. He made just a single three-point shot the entire game, finishing with 13 points, and committing five turnovers. more >>
Just when everyone thought the Bulls had the Cavs all figured out, LeBron James takes charge dropping 33 points in Game 2 of their best-of-seven series to lead Cleveland to a 106-91 victory.
"Our back was against the wall," James said in an interview after the game. "We couldn't go down 2-0."
In spite James' leadership all throughout the game, he was not alone in carrying the load as Cleveland led early in the game and never looked back. Kyrie Irving had 21 points, while Iman Shumpert added 15. Reserve guard Matthew Dellavedova almost had a double-double with nine points and nine assists. more >>
Floyd Mayweather emerged victorious at the Fight of the Century over the weekend, beating Manny Pacquiao on a points decision last Saturday, May 2. Since the bout at the MGM Grand, it was revealed that the Filipino boxer had a shoulder injury that required surgery. Now, Mayweather says that he is willing to fight Pacquiao again after his shoulder heals.
"I will fight him in a year after his surgery," Mayweather told ESPN reporter Stephen A. Smith in a text message. The undefeated boxer has previously said that he would fight one more time in September before retiring from the sport. One more win would take Mayweather to 49 wins, equal to that of legendary unbeaten heavyweight champ Rocky Marciano.
Meanwhile, Pacquiao is happy to enter into a rematch with Mayweather after his shoulder injury, said his promoter Bob Arum. more >>
Track and field star athlete Lolo Jones, recently defended her Christian faith to a Twitter follower who called her a hypocrite for admonishing people about the film "50 Shades Of Grey" but advocated for boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr., a reputed domestic abuser.
"So I hear that @lolojones had an issue with 50 shades, which was fictional, yet preaches forgiveness for @FloydMayweather," Twitter user @podunk69 said before questioning Jones, 32, on the social medium. "Hypocrite much?"
Jones retweeted the message for her more than 400,000 followers to see then defended her faith and a photo she posted of herself and Mayweather last week. more >>
It's a battle between National League teams as the East's Miami Marlins play the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park in the MLB. The match is on May 7, 2015 at 10:15 p.m. ET.
Miami are currently fourth in the East with a 13-15 record. They have struggled so far, winning only one of their last four matches – their last against the Philadelphia Phillies and two out of three against the Washington Nationals.
However, they still have a capable team who have players who can perform when needed. Dee Gordon leads the team on Batting Average with .430. Adeiny Hechavarria is second for the team with .308. more >>