Cavs Advance To NBA Finals, Warriors Force Game 7 Monday Agst Thunder, Rookie Rossi Wins Indy 500


LeBron JamesThe Cleveland Cavaliers advanced to the NBA Finals for the second consecutive season with their win over the Toronto Raptors Friday night. LeBron James will be competing in his 6th finals (4 with Miami and 2 with the Cavs). In game 6 on Friday, LeBron scored 33 points (first time over 30 points in this postseason), Kyrie Irving added 30 and Kevin Love posted 20 points in a 113-87 win. The Cavs will take on either the winner of Monday’s game 7 between the Golden State Warriors and the Oklahoma City Thunder.

In the Western Conference Finals, OKC lost a game 6 home court advantage to the Golden State Warriors to tie the series 3-3. With an inspired performance from Klay Thompson (41 points and a playoff record of 11 3-pointers) the Warriors came back in the 4th quarter from a 7 point deficit with only 5 minutes to go. Watch Monday night at 9:00 pm ET on TNT to see which team will face the Cavs in the Finals! And if you were looking for floor seats, 2 were sold for $29k each (that’s $29,000!!!) Warriors 108, OKC 101.


In the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, 24 year old rookie Alexander Rossi won the big race. He passed the finish line while running on fumes. In fact he didn’t have enough gas to get to the Victory Circle so had to be towed. Rossi is only the 10th rookie to win this historic race.


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