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Jim Sez for Thursday, May 28 …
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IT’S YOUR FIRST LOOK AT
THIS YEAR’S NBA FINALS
AS THE HYPE BEGINS FOR
Hear ye, hear ye …
According to the Las Vegas experts, we’re right where we should be heading into next week’s NBA Finals:
The Golden State Warriors – fresh off last night’s 104-90 win/cover against 9.5-point underdog Houston in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals – entered this year’s playoffs listed as a 5-to-2 betting favorite to win the championship while the Cleveland Cavaliers were a tad closer to a 3-to-1 price to win it all … so no major surprise that…
Both Tigers And Angels Have Sense Of Urgency Heading Into Four-Game Mlb Series This Weekend
Time for some Major League Baseball previews! We have the first night off from the NBA Playoffs in awhile. We’ll have plenty of time to delve into the diamonds between now and when the NBA Finals begin on Thursday June 2. The ideal place to re-ignite our baseball coverage Thursday is with a huge 4-game series featuring two of the preseason favorites to win the American League.
The Detroit Tigers visit the Los Angeles Angels in a series that’s fairly critical for BOTH teams right now. Even though both were popular picks to win their respective divisions before the season began,…
Belmont Park Trends and Angles
BUILD BANKROLL FOR BELMONT STAKES DAY AND BEYOND
By Noel Michaels
A full month of the Belmont Park spring/summer meet is already in the books, and we are now approaching the best part of the Belmont season as the date draws near for the 2015 running of the Belmont Stakes - the third and decisive jewel in racing's Triple Crown. With a Triple Crown on the line this year, it is certainly worth paying close attention to the Belmont Stakes, but remember that there is also still plenty of other great action going on at Belmont between now and Saturday, June 6.
Bulls fire Thibodeau
Chicago, IL (SportsNetwork.com) - The Chicago Bulls fired head coach Tom Thibodeau on Thursday.
American League Game Capsules
Baltimore, MD (SportsNetwork.com) - Chris Sale was dominant over 7 2/3 innings in guiding the Chicago White Sox to a 3-2 victory over the Baltimore Orioles in the first game of Thursday's traditional doubleheader. Sale (4-2) gave up just four hits with a season-high 12 strikeouts and no walks. The stingy left-hander extended his franchise record of games with 10-plus strikeouts to 21. Adam LaRoche went 3-for-4 with an RBI and two doubles, while Melky Cabrera and Tyler Flowers each drove in a run for the White Sox. Chris Davis hit a two-run homer in the ninth inning for Baltimore. Tyler Wilson (1-1), who was recalled from Triple-A Norfolk prior to the game, was tagged with the loss but pitched well in his first career major league start, giving up two runs on five hits over six innings of work. The doubleheader made up games that were postponed on April 27 and 28 due to safety concerns over the Freddie Gray protests in Baltimore.