LeBron leads the Cavs to an NBA Championship

LeBron James

Ultimate Triumph: Ohio’s LeBron James delivers Cavs’ first title – Sports Illustrated
The Cavaliers needed a block, they needed a block at that exact moment and only a superhuman effort would make it happen. James delivered on all counts, just as he had all series, just as he has throughout his 13-year career. No one else on the Cavaliers could make that play. No one else would even think to make that play. James thought about it, made it and made it look easy.

The Best Moments From Game 7 – The Ringer
On Sunday, the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors, 93–89, to win the NBA championship. Click to see some of our favorite moments.

Argentina’s Lionel Messi the obstacle in front of USA’s Copa America dream run – USA Today
Buoyed by three consecutive impressive victories, USA head coach Jurgen Klinsmann is bullish about his team’s chances of handling Lionel Messi on Tuesday, citing their performance against Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal at the 2014 World Cup.

Dustin Johnson Claims First Major Title Amid Rules Controversy – Golf.com
In a scene reminiscent of the 2010 PGA Championship at Whistling Straits, Johnson wound up in another rules dustup at the 116th U.S. Open at Oakmont on Sunday. But he played so well it didn’t matter, beating Jim Furyk, Scott Piercy and third-round leader Shane Lowry.

Bats pick up Pomeranz as Padres split set – MLB.com
The San Diego Padres earned a split against the Washington Nationals after a series of timely hitting and patient at-bats in the fourth and fifth innings. The Padres combined for five hits, two walks and a hit-by-pitch to score four runs over that stretch and pick up their first Sunday win of the season.

 

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  1. Gabriel L. Acevedo

    Im thrilled for LeBron. I have uncles and aunts who live in Cleveland, and as sports fans, Ive heard about and watched them go thru some agonizing failures with their sports franchises. But at least they have a championship to claim (NFL, ’64)…

    its games like this NBA final that annoys the Hell outta me, because I see the commitment that owners like Gilbert make. (say what you want about him or Steinbrenner) But until VERY, VERY recently, I always wondered why the past and present owners of the Padres, have not made the same kind of commitment to the Padres. That has befuddled the heck outta me.

    unlike Cleveland, SD is the most ideal place to have a championship team…and yet, the owners have not seemed to care about how much of a joke, we are in MLB, and even outside of baseball, for those that have an appreciation for sports history. Jeff Moorad was all about the money, and John Moores made more money outside/away from baseball, so the team became something of an ‘old toy’ that he fell out of love with..and all those drafts that he ignored, have hamstrung this team, to this day.

    I still believe that he didnt facilitate that big trade back in ‘ late ’94, because he had some long term plans to make this team a year in, year out winner. He first and foremost facilitated that trade to bring pissed off fans back (which was all about money)…and then after ’98, he did nothing with this team. A horrible testament to what owning a sports franchise should be about. And he walked out the door, without so much as a “goodbye, and thanks for everything”.

    if he had pulled that crap in Boston or NYC, while he took 200 million in the process, I dont think it would have been ignored to the degree that it was ignored here in SD.

    I am ashamed to be a Padres fan. And the hiring of a new GM and the new era of a new ownership group, has not changed that. Until they get their act together like Cleveland got their act together, I will remain ashamed of this team. And yet being a fan of another baseball team that I have no history or emotional investment with, is not an option.

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