2018 NBA Playoffs: Conference Finals predictions

Sully Akbari | The Houston Rockets, Golden State Warriors, Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers are the final four teams remaining. Their quest wasn't to make it this far... Next stop, NBA Finals. Who...

NWSL

Utah Royals FC beat Houston Dash 1-0 to continue their unbeaten streak. By Rachel Gaylor

The Utah Royals beat the Houston Dash 1-0 in the Lifetime Game of the Week to extend their unbeaten streak to five....

NWSL

Chicago Red Stars and Seattle Reign FC fight to a scoreless draw By Aaron Bellamy

On a rainy night in Seattle, the two teams played an extremely physical match, but neither side was able to put a ball in the back of the net....

Tennis

Milos Raonic withdraws from the French Open By Noel John Alberto

The former Roland Garros quarterfinalist has pulled out of the second major of the year....
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Cleveland Cavaliers defeat Boston Celtics in Game 3

Amanda Paula | Cleveland Cavaliers showed their strength in Game 3 as they defeated the Boston Celtics at Quicken Loans Arena on Saturday but still trail the series 2-1 in the Eastern Conference Finals. Cavaliers' LeBron James scored 27 points and recorded 12 assists, five rebounds, three steals and two blocks. Followed by Kevin Love and George Hill as they both scored 13. For the Celtics, rookie small forward Jayson Tatum led the team with notched 18 points, followed by Terry Rozier III as he put up 13 points. The Cavaliers will host Game 4 at Quicken Loans Arena, on Monday, May 21 and will look to keep the momentum going in hopes for tying the series at two games apiece. Cavaliers go up big on the Celtics at the half The game began with Cleveland already taking the lead, and at the 7:54 mark, they jumped to a quick 9-4 lead. Four minutes later, they blew the game out with a 27-11 lead. James led the Cavaliers to a 32-19 first quarter lead. At the second quarter, the Celtics started to struggling to shorten their difference as they had tallied 24 points. The Cavaliers didn't stop there as the margin grew to 29 points.  Celtics tried to turn it up, but the Cavs were too much As the difference between them was too much, even playing a better basketball, Boston had never threatened Cleveland. And at the four-minute mark of the third quarter, the Cavs led by 19 points. The Celtics couldn't get it going as two minutes later, the difference rose to 25 points as they trailed 87-63. James totaled 27 points...

Tennis

ATP Rome final preview: Rafael Nadal vs Alexander Zverev By Noel John Alberto

The top two seeds in Rome face off to see who claims the last big title before the French Open....

Tennis

WTA Rome: Simona Halep edges past Maria Sharapova in thrilling break fest, sets Svitolina rematch By Don Han

Simona Halep put in a world-class performance after ousting former world number one and resurgent Maria Sharapova in the semifinals of the Internazionali BNL D'Italia, moving onto her second consecutive appearance in the final of Rome....

MLS

NYCFC to host Colorado Rapids on David Villa Day By Jay Stucchio

The club will be celebrating "David Villa Day" on Saturday as they host the Colorado Rapids....

MLS

Toronto FC steal a much needed three points from Orlando City By Mickey Kennedy

Toronto FC's late winner gave a very crucial three points to them to help get their season back on track....

NWSL

Sky Blue FC vs North Carolina Courage preview: Opposite ends of the table meet By Casey Caprio

Sky Blue FC is still looking for their first win of the season, but the North Carolina Courage wants to remain unbeaten....

NWSL

NWSL Roundup: new signings and disabled list addition, game time changed, and USWNT news By Emily Sanzone

In this NWSL Roundup, the Washington Spirit have the most news with the new signing of Mallory Eubanks, Cali Farquharson is placed on the disabled list and their game time against the Houston Dash was changed. Up next is the signing of goalkeeper Michele Dalton to the North Carolina Courage. Finally, USWNT players will miss June 2nd and 3rd games...

NWSL

Washington Spirit vs Portland Thorns FC preview: Both searching for first win in weeks By Emily Sanzone

The Washington Spirit and Portland Thorns will meet for the second time this season on May 18th at 7:00pm EST....