LeBron’s big night against the Warriors

LeBron James

LeBron James, Cavs show life in Game 3 rout over Warriors – USA Today
The desperate Cavs needed a victory in the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors. LeBron James called Game 3 a must-win and made a subtle guarantee saying he didn’t think the Cavs would fall behind 3-0.

He was right. The Cavaliers remained unbeaten at home during the playoffs with a 120-90 victory against the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday and turned this into a better series.

The Cavs have not figured out the Warriors – FOX Sports
The Cavs played a tremendous game — by far their best game of the series — but there wasn’t some dramatic gameplan change that helped them win what was a must-win game.

It’s a make-or-miss league. Wednesday night, the Warriors missed, while the Cavs, for the first time in the series, made.

Unnamed Soccer Podcast: Copa America And The Best Looking Fans In The World
This week on the Unnamed Soccer Podcast Jordan Carruth and Darren Smith discuss the fans on Copa America, Klinsmann (over)reaction and provide a preview of the Euros.

Pomeranz, Padres come up short vs. Braves – MLB.com
Julio Teheran kept the Padres off-balance Wednesday afternoon, as the right-hander led the Braves to a 4-2 victory, snapping Atlanta’s five-game losing streak and its 12-game skid at Petco Park.

VIDEO: Padres Fall To 1-19 In Series Finales After 4-2 Loss To Braves
Still looking for the first sweep of the season, San Diego fell to 1-19 in series finales after losing 4-2 to the Braves on Wednesday.

AUDIO: Mike Dee: “This Has Been A Strange Year”
San Diego Padres President and CEO Mike Dee reflects on James Shields’ comments plus discusses the future of the team.

VIDEO: AJ Preller: ‘We’re Not Going To Draft For Need’
Padres general manager AJ Preller discusses this year’s MLB draft and how the Padres plan to approach it with so many picks.

A Q&A with Tom Tango: MLB’s New Data Guru – FanGraphs
Today, MLB Advanced Media is making a pretty exciting announcement, as they’ve brought in Tom Tango — who created many of the metrics we use here on FanGraphs, and is probably the closest thing this generation has had to Bill James in terms of advancing the understanding of the game — to serve as their Senior Database Architect of Stats. In other words, he’ll help facilitate the development and deployment of Statcast data.

VIDEO: Manti Te’o On Chargers Defensive Outlook & The Swagger Brandon Mebane Brings
Manti Te’o on the defensive outlook of the Chargers, the swagger Brandon Mebane brings and when he became the “old head” of the Bolts linebackers.

Whisenhunt Wrinkles: Hunter Henry and the over route – Bolts from the Blue
Analyzing a “hi-lo” concept in Ken Whisenhunt’s offense that puts the linebackers in a bind. Think 2013 against the Chiefs when Ladarius Green ran by Brandon Flowers over the middle of the field for a long TD. Along those lines.

Fans Invited to Chargers Full-Squad Mini Camp – Chargers.com
San Diego Chargers fans are invited to join the team at the organization’s annual full-squad Mini Camp on Wednesday, June 15 at Chargers Park.

The Rise, Fall, And Redemption Of Marshall Henderson – UPROXX Sports
Ole Miss star Marshall Henderson seemed destined to follow the same destructive path as Johnny Manziel did until he went to treatment and turned his life around. Now, his path has changed.


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