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NBA Finals

Dallas Mavericks, meet Kristaps Porzingis, you’re going to watch out for him. 

The Boston Celtics took Game 1 of the NBA Finals, 107-89, and the play of their sixth-man, Porzingis, was a big reason why. Porzingis had been out for over five weeks with a calf strain, but he returned just in time for a 20 point, six rebound and three block performance.

Overall, Boston’s defense overpowered Dallas, holding the Mavericks to nine assists total as a team. But that’s why it’s a seven-game series. Game 2 tips off on Sunday at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT from TD Garden and will be broadcast on ABC.

Some of us are MFFL – Mavs Fans for Luka. I’m some of us. Let’s go!



We’ve got some powerhouse baseball this weekend, as the New York Yankees are hosting the Los Angeles Dodgers for, dare I say, a potential World Series preview. 

Yankees’ slugger Juan Soto is not in lineup for Friday, as he is dealing with inflammation in his left forearm, but manager Aaron Boone said Soto could potentially be available as a pinch hitter in the series.

The schedule and pitchers for the series are below. Go Dodgers!

Friday – Yoshinobu Yamamoto vs. Cody Poteet – 7:05 pm ET/4:05 pm on Apple TV+
Saturday – Gavin Stone vs. Nestor Cortes – 7:35 pm ET/4:35 pm PT on FOX
Sunday – Tyler Glasnow vs. Luis Gil – 7 pm ET/4 pm PT on ESPN


The Rest of MLB’s Saturday Schedule

Phillies at Mets – 1:10 pm ET/10:10 am PT
Braves at Nationals – 4:05 pm ET/1:05 pm PT
Twins at Pirates – 4:05 pm ET/1:05 pm PT
Giants at Rangers – 4:05 pm ET/1:05 pm PT
Blue Jays at Athletics – 4:07 pm ET/1:07 pm PT
Orioles at Rays – 4:10 pm ET/1:10 pm PT
Red Sox at White Sox – 4:10 pm ET/1:10 pm PT
Cubs at Reds – 4:10 pm ET/1:10 pm PT
Brewers at Tigers – 4:10 pm ET/1:10 pm PT
Mariners at Royals – 4:10 pm ET/1:10 pm PT
Rockies at Cardinals – 4:15 pm ET/1:15 pm PT
Guardians at Marlins – 7:35 pm ET/4:35 pm PT
Diamondbacks at Padres – 8:40 pm ET/5:40 pm PT
Astros at Angels – 10:07 pm ET/7:07 pm PT

BJ Thompson

It was a scary moment on Thursday when Kansas City Chiefs defensive end BJ Thompson went into cardiac arrest during a special teams meeting. Per Chiefs VP Rick Burkholder, Thompson was in cardiac arrest 60 to 90 seconds. Thompson spent Thursday night in a local hospital and was on a ventilator, but the ventilator was removed Friday when Thompson regained consciousness.

Burkholder said Thompson is “headed in the absolute right direction.” Excellent, excellent news. We are sending many thoughts and prayers for a speedy and full recovery.


Stanley Cup Final

After months of goals, skates and puck drops, it’s time for the Stanley Cup Final, with the Edmonton Oilers taking on the Florida Panthers. Game 1 is Saturday from Amerant Bank Arena in Sunrise, Florida at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT on ABC/ESPN+. 

Game 2 takes place on Monday at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT, before the series moves to Edmonton for Game 3 on Thursday, June 13.