Sunday summary in case you missed something

NBA

  1. Game 2 of the NBA Finals was proving to be a dog fight with the Golden State Warriors leading the Boston Celtics by just 2 points going into half time. The Warriors took off in the 3rd quarter outscoring Boston 35-14, never looking back finishing on top 107-88. Stephen Curry turned in a strong showing with 29 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists. Jayson Tatum bounced back after an underwhelming showing in game 1 and managed 28 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists in the Celtics losing effort. Tatum received little to no help from the supporting cast as  Al Horford, Robert Williams, and Marcus Smart combined for only 6 points. The series is headed to Boston for Game 3 with it all tied up at a game a piece.

Jordan Poole beats the Q3 buzzer! The @warriors end Q3 on a 19-2 run 🔥 pic.twitter.com/jsPrjwODaK — NBA (@NBA) June 6, 2022

Utah Jazz head coach Quin Snyder is stepping down after 8 seasons in charge. Snyder took over in Utah ahead of the 2014-15 season. He led the team to a combined 372-264 regular-season record with 6 consecutive postseason appearances but failed to make it past the 2nd round. Snyder said in a statement. “I strongly feel they need a new voice to continue to evolve. That’s it. No philosophical differences, no other reason. After eight years, I just feel it is time to move onward. I needed to take time to detach after the season and make sure this was the right decision. … I am forever appreciative of all the players, coaches, partners, and people I have worked with at the Jazz. Your sacrifice, your kinship have made this an incredible and special experience.”

  1. Next finals game is Wednesday 6/08/2022 @ 9:00pm EST (ABC)

NHL

  1. Just when it looked like the New York Rangers were going to make easy work of the 2-time defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning and push them to the brink of elimination, Nikita Kucherov and Steven Stamkos scored to wipe out a 2-goal deficit. Ondrej Palat finished a dramatic comeback with the 10th winning playoff goal of his career Sunday in a 3-2 victory that cut the Rangers’ lead in the Eastern Conference Final to 2-1.

PALAT WITH LESS THAN A MINUTE LEFT 🤯🚨#StanleyCup | #GoBolts pic.twitter.com/UizkADX7aL — Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) June 5, 2022

  1. The Edmonton Oilers will be without Evander Kane for their do-or-die Game 4 against the Colorado Avalanche on Monday. The winger was suspended for 1 game for boarding Avalanche center Nazem Kadri during Game 3 of the Western Conference Final on Saturday, the NHL Department of Player Safety announced on Sunday.

BREAKING: Oilers forward Evander Kane has been suspended one game by the NHL’s Department of Player Safety for his hit from behind on Avalanche centre Nazem Kadri.https://t.co/hjrnBuACBU — Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) June 5, 2022

  1. Monday Playoff Game : Colorado Avalanche at Edmonton Oilers (Game 4) (COL 3 – EDM 0) – 8:00pm EST (TNT)

MLB

  1. Franchy Cordero cranked a 3-run homer off of Frankie Montas in the 6th-inning and the Boston Red Sox completed a 3-game sweep of the Oakland Athletics with a 5-2 victory on Sunday. Rich Hill pitched a 3-hitter over 6-innings and had 5 strikeouts. Rafael Devers homered and drove in 2 runs as Boston got back to .500 (27-27) for the 1st time since April 22.

FRANCHY FOR THE LEAD! pic.twitter.com/3icxUOdghA — Red Sox (@RedSox) June 5, 2022

  1. Bryson Stott hit a walk-off 3-run homer in the bottom of the 9th as the Philadelphia Phillies rallied from a 5-0 deficit to hand the Los Angeles Angels their 11th straight defeat winning 9-7.

BRYSON. STOTT. WOW. #RingTheBell pic.twitter.com/EyaURHZLgd — Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) June 5, 2022

  1. George Springer, center fielder for the Toronto Blue Jays, smashed a 433 ft homer on a 92 mph, 4-seam fastball that would put him in elite company making it the 50th leadoff homerun in his career.

FIFTY leadoff homers for George Springer! pic.twitter.com/1BdJuTOri3 — MLB (@MLB) June 5, 2022

Women’s College World Series

  1. Game 9 found UCLA convincingly eliminate Florida with and 8-0 mercy-rule victory.  Holly Azevedo pitched 6-innings for UCLA only giving up 2-hits. They will face the Oklahoma Sooners on Monday.

📼 #WCWS Game 9 Cinematic Recap 📼 pic.twitter.com/hFfsIMfYar — NCAA Softball (@NCAASoftball) June 5, 2022

  1. Game 10 ended in a 5-2 victory for Texas as they eliminated Arizona. Estelle Czech got the win in the pitcher’s circle, striking out 4 Wildcats and only allowing a 1 hit in 3.2 innings of work. Texas enters the semifinals on Monday and will face Oklahoma State.

📼 #WCWS Game 10 Cinematic Recap 📼 pic.twitter.com/m6ogRKDcPm — NCAA Softball (@NCAASoftball) June 6, 2022

  1. Monday WCWS Games : Game 11 – Oklahoma vs UCLA – 12:00pm EST (ESPN), Game 12 – *if necessary* 2:30pm EST, Game 13 – Oklahoma State vs Texas – 7:00pm EST (ESPN), Game 14 – *if necessary* 9:30pm EST

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