Game 2 between the Suns and Clippers — even without injured stars Chris Paul and Kawhi Leonard — should be a doozy, but we’ll have our eyes peeled pregame on the NBA Draft Lottery. Let the ping-pong balls fall where they may.
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NHL: Brayden Point extended his goals streak to eight, the second-longest in postseason history, as the Lightning took a 3-2 series lead over the Islanders in their best-of-seven semifinal series with an 8-0 rout.
MLB: Jacob deGrom extended his scoreless streak to 30 innings while recording his 12th consecutive start with one or fewer earned runs in the Mets’ 4-2 win over the Braves. The Mets ace lowered his MLB-leading ERA to 0.50.
NBA: The Bucks’ Khris Middleton and the Cavaliers’ Kevin Love have committed to play for Team USA in the Summer Olympic Games, according to ESPN. Two spots remain open on the roster.
Soccer: Manchester City is preparing a $139 million offer for Tottenham’s Harry Kane, per ESPN.
What We're Watching
Canadiens at Golden Knights
Watch: 9 p.m. ET, NBCSN
Odds: Golden Knights -250, Canadiens +210 || O/U 5*
Pick: The previous three games of the series have been decided by one goal — including back-to-back overtime contests. Look for another tight one, with Vegas prevailing for a 3-2 series edge. Take the Knights on the moneyline and parlay with the under.
Who ya got? Reply to this newsletter with your prediction of the Canadiens-Golden Knights winner, the final score, and the combined number of saves from the goaltenders. Nail it, and you get a mention in the next edition of Sports Section. Don’t forget to include your Twitter handle.
Shoutout to subscriber Marty Magee (@martymagee), who predicted the Lightning would defeat the Islanders and was closest to the final score (8-0). Marty also correctly guessed that Tampa’s Steven Stamkos would score the game’s first goal. Nice going, Marty!