A strong second-half performance from Milwaukee propels them into the second round of NBA Playoffs. For the first time since 2006-07 — a year after the franchise’s first NBA title over the Dallas Mavericks — the Miami Heat have been swept. After once facing a 12-point first-half deficit, a second-half surge from the Milwaukee Bucks propelled their 120-103 victory over the Heat in Game 4 of the NBA Playoffs Saturday in Miami, Fla. Milwaukee outscored the Heat 63-39 in the second half.
Some of the normalcy of the NFL draft is coming back this year.Roger Goodell will be out of his basement and back on a stage in front of screaming fans.War rooms across the NFL will again serve as the central nerve centers for teams.Yet that just accounts for the on-the-clock presentation.
The Colorado Avalanche are not just battling for top spot in the West Division and overall NHL standings.The Avalanche are chasing their own history.Heading into Sunday's road clash with the cellar-dwelling Anaheim Ducks, the Avalanche boast a 27-9-4 record, which equals their best 40-game start in franchise history.
Mar 20, 2021; Sunrise, Florida, USA; Nashville Predators defenseman Ben Harpur (17) wins the puck against Florida Panthers defenseman Gustav Forsling (42) during the first period at BB&T Center. Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports Aleksander Barkov scored the go-ahead goal, and Chris Driedger earned his second career shutout, leading the
Reserve guard T.J. McConnell had 16 points and game highs in assists (15) and steals (three), sparking the visiting Indiana Pacers to a 137-110 victory over the Miami Heat on Friday night.