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Road to the Finals

Road to the Finals

Cavaliers Part III. This is a parallel question to the first one. The rest has benefited the guard as he's been on fire this postseason, averaging 28.6 points while shooting 50 percent from the field, 43 percent from three-point range and 90 percent from the free-throw line.


Rabada sparks England slump as Proteas win 3rd ODI

Rabada sparks England slump as Proteas win 3rd ODI

It was the first time in 3,874 one-day internationals a team has lost six wickets in the first five overs, as the England top order turned in an inept performance against Rabada and Wayne Parnell. South Africa won the title - their first - and Rabada finished as their highest wicket-taker. But JP Duminy (28 not out) and AB de Villiers (27 not out) saw their side through to victory with 20.1 overs to spare.



Morgan sees South Africa rout as timely lesson for England

England , the hosts and the leading pre-tournament favourites amongst the bookies. India will play their next two matches at The Oval , against the Lankans on June 8 and then South Africa on June 11. Stokes, in particular, has seen his stocks soar to an all-time high after a brilliant IPL . No cricketer from team India featured in the top 10 list which is headed by Kagiso Rabada of South Africa .



Sports With Littlefield: LeBron James Takes on Michael Jordan's Legacy08:34

James, the three-time National Basketball Association champion, is an African American. 61 - The number of years since the last North American major sports league had teams meet three times in a row in the final , that coming with Detroit and Montreal in the NHL Stanley Cup Final from 1954-56.


Smith confident in his side ahead of ICC Champions Trophy

Smith confident in his side ahead of ICC Champions Trophy

Speaking to a private news channel, who faces his toughest test yet leading the eighth-ranked Pakistan into the Champions Trophy , said we are trying to stay relaxed and not take pressure. "It should be a terrific spectacle", says Michael Atherton of The Times . "But we have to start well; if you can start well, then things will come easier".