A rough start to 2017 has hurt the right-hander's stock, and he will try to turn things around beginning with the rubber match of Chicago's three-game road series against the St. Happ, it was determined, changed his "pathway for objective of initiating contact with a fielder" on Saturday, which is why the slide was ruled illegal.
Count Daniel Jeremiah among the National Football League analysts who believe the Cleveland Browns are the most improved team heading into the 2017 season. Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers lineman Booger McFarland also had some negative things to say about Garrett, which resulted in Garrett turning down a radio interview with him.
The hosts, looking to cement their top-four status, were cruising when goals by David Silva and Gabriel Jesus put them 2-0 ahead after 36 minutes but Leicester hit back strongly. "West Brom will be tough, but hopefully we can be better than today ". That said, the Foxes will need something to go their way if they're to pick up points on Thursday's clash with Tottenham.
The Washington Capitals faced the Toronto Maple Leafs in the first round of this year's post-season. Yeah, obviously, it's never where you want to be, but the playoffs are made of big moments. "They're a privilege to coach, this group", said Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan. On the seventh, they created: a Game 1 win over Washington that took home-ice advantage away from the Presidents' Trophy winners and put the Capitals, for the third time already in these playoffs, in a spot that ...
Whether it be Thomas finding himself, or the bench starting to contribute, the Celtics need this win in the TD Garden. Cleveland won the regular season series between the two teams, 3-1. The Celtics were buoyed for good reason. Washington's win in Game 6 was the first time all postseason that a home team won an elimination game during the 2017 playoffs.
The Spurs are not built, at least at first glance, in a way that can handle the Warriors . Steve Hinson: The Warriors about as unbeatable as a team can get right now. Are the Warriors an incredibly great team that might be unbeatable even if they don't play their best? It's nearly a foregone conclusion that the Golden State Warriors will take on the Cleveland Cavaliers for the third straight time in the NBA Finals, a feat which remarkably has never happened.