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June 25th, 2018

A lot of things from last week.


The NBA draft had few surprises. Michael Porter fell to Denver at 14. Robert Williams dropped to Boston at 27.

Roger Federer saw his 20-match grass court streak end when he was upset at a Wimbledon warmup by Borna Coric.

The Tampa Bay Reds swept the Yankees. The Cincinnati Reds swept a for-game series against the Cubs.

The World Cup rolled on. Germany rallied to beat Sweden. Argentina fell to Croatia and was in trouble.

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June 18th, 2018

It was another great sports weekend.

The World Cup got underway and there was a lot of excitement. Mexico stunned defending champion Germany. Argentina and Brazil had to settle for ties in their openers.

Brooks Koepka was great during the final round, making several clutch putts. He won his second straight U. S. Open title.

The Houston Astros stayed hot, extending a win streak to 11 games.

I also hope all the fathers out there had a Happy Father’s Day!

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June 11th, 2018

It was time to crown champions.

The Golden State Warriors won their third title in four years as Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry were too much for King James and the Cavaliers. Steve Kerr earned another ring coaching this talented  team to the winner’s circle.

The Washington Capitals won their first Stanley Cup. It was great to see the enthusiastic response of Alexander Ovechkin and company.

Justify made history by winning the Triple Crown, capturing the Belmont. Congrats to Jockey Mike Smith and trainer Bob Baffert.

The French Open saw Rafael Nadal add to his trophy case, beating Domenic Thiem in the finals. Simona Halep finally won a Grand Slam singles title, rallying from a set down to beat American Sloane Stephens.

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June 4th, 2018

It was a super weekend in sports.

The Golden State Warriors took a 2-0 lead in the NBA finals. The Cavaliers had a great chance to win game 1 but fell short.

The Washington Capitals took a 2-1 lead over Las Vegas in the Stanley Cup finals.

Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova moved to the round of 16 showdown on Monday at the French Open.

Injuries took a toll in the majors. Clayton Kershaw, Mookie Betts, Josh Donaldson, Rhys Hoskins and Noah Syndergard all went on the DL.

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May 28th, 2018

Wow, both NBA conference finals going to seven games. That is the first time that has happened since 1979.

King James showed why some feel he is the GOAT, going to his eighth consecutive championship series. This is not a vintage Cavs team and they won game seven over Boston without Kevin Love.

Cleveland won at Boston, handing the Celtics their first home loss of this playoff season. A salute to Brad Stevens, who got so much out of this young team. They simply struggled shooting the trifecta in game seven.

Golden State and Houston were battling in game seven out west.

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Quote of the Week

“Rick Barnes and Tennessee got a statement win over Gonzaga."

 -Dick Vitale