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Predators reach 1st Stanley Cup Final, oust Ducks in 6 games

Nashville's Bridgestone Arena was packed with country stars Monday night (May 22), and perhaps they were a good luck charm - the Predators beat the Anaheim Ducks 6-3 to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals . Predators defenceman Mattias Ekholm and right winger Viktor Arvidsson both contributed five assists in the series. Filip Forsberg and Watson added empty netters.


Irving, Cavaliers rebound with Game 4 win over Celtics

Irving, Cavaliers rebound with Game 4 win over Celtics

Kyrie Irving exploded as reigning National Basketball Association champions the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Boston Celtics 112-99 in game four of the Eastern conference finals on Tuesday. Not much more could get worse for the Celtics heading into Game 3. Because of that, the Celtics got away with going smaller. "We just have to come out and play".


Arsenal FA cup hopes linked to top 4 finish?

Arsenal FA cup hopes linked to top 4 finish?

Manchester City are fourth on 72 points with two games left, and Liverpool are third on 73 with just one game to play. "The season has not been as well as I hoped at the start of the season ... Sanchez is Arsenal's leading scorer and assist maker this season and provided one of each against Stoke to take his total to 26 goals and 15 assists in all competitions this season.



Real Madrid coach Zidane delighted with league title win

Real Madrid play-maker Isco has confirmed he will stay at the Bernabeu after the club's La Liga title made a "dream come true". Despite this undoubted success, and proximity to history, no one puts this Madrid in the same bracket as the great Barcelona team of Pep Guardiola, or the Ajax side that won three straight European Cups from 1971-73.


LeBron James' team-mates struggle to explain his 'crazy' MVP snub

LeBron James' team-mates struggle to explain his 'crazy' MVP snub

Westbrook led the league in scoring at 31.6 points along with being second with 10.4 assists and 10.7 rebounds per game. So, what does he think? Defending NBA champions the Cleveland Cavaliers showed no mercy as they dismantled the Boston Celtics 130-86.