Not to be outdone, the Cavaliers have gone 12-1 in the playoffs and as the two seed, not the one like the Warriors . In Golden State, the time to win is now. The All-Star is coming off a series in which he torched the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals, averaging 22.6 points, 12.4 rebounds and 2.6 assists during the series.
Even if Major League Baseball doesn't condone Bryce Harper's actions, they should've understood that Hunter Strickland was far more at fault. Strickland hit Harper in the hip with a pitch in the eighth inning and Harper charged the mound, wildly firing his helmet and trading punches to the head with Strickland during the Nationals' 3-0 win Monday over San Francisco .
Fisher, who is scoreless in 14 playoff games, also was scratched for Game 5, leaving Nashville without two centers. That win could come Monday night during Game 6 at Bridgestone Arena . But, another old saying was proven with two and a half minutes to go in the second period when Josh Manson cross checked Filip Forsberg to the head after getting high-sticked by Forsberg a few seconds earlier.
Southgate said: 'I watched him a lot at [his old club] Burnley. "If I am trying to keep José happy that's going to be, let's say, fairly hard". "We want a good working relationship with the clubs, of course we do, but they have got their own objectives and have got to make decisions that are right for them, and I have got to make decisions that are right for England ".
Cleveland was in the same position as the underdog last season even before going down 3-1 in the series, and it didn't deter them. Most expected this since Kevin Durant announced he would be going to the Warriors on July 4, 2016. The Cavaliers will certainly look to lean on the James and Irving pick-and-roll as Curry struggled with them, albeit while injured, for most of the Finals past year.
The report cited a "person close to the negotiations" saying Bush has "ended his pursuit of the team". Jeter's group is competing against another group fronted by Tagg Romney , son of 2016 Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney , to own the franchise.