What Did I Miss?

A recap of yesterday's sporting news

The King. (Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)

We’re going to a Game Seven in the Eastern Conference Finals. LeBron James put on a performance for the ages, but he always does in situations like these. We expected him to be lights-out, and he ran away with those expectations. James scored 46 points in 46 minutes, along with 11 rebounds, 9 assists, and 3 steals. George Hill put in 20 points for the Cavs and Jeff Green came out of nowhere to have a major impact on the game, scoring 14 points and making big plays throughout the game.

The Celtics played well too, Terry Rozier and Jaylen Brown combined for 55 points as the Celtics shot 51% from the field. The greatness of James was too much, and we’ve got a Game Seven on our hands Sunday night, winner goes to the NBA Finals.

Justin Rose is leading the Fort Worth Invitational after shooting a (-6) 64 on Friday. Rose was on fire, including this chip-in for Birdie on hole #7.

Brooks Koepka shot the best round of the day, a (-7) 63. At one point, he had 7 birdies in 11 holes.

The Cincinnati Reds were defeated by the Colorado Rockies 5-4 on Friday night, dropping their record to 18-34 on the season. The Reds held a 4-1 lead before the Rockies scored the remaining runs and took care of business at home. Eugenio Suarez was 2-3 with 2 RBI for the Reds.

The Cleveland Indians held a 2-0 lead heading into the 8th inning against the Houston Astros. The Astros then proceeded to score 4 runs in the 8th, and 7 runs in the 9th, to come away with an 11-2 victory. The Tribe is now 24-25 on the season.

Staying in the Majors, Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees always impresses with his power at the plate, but how about his throwing arm? He made two incredible throws in the Yankees 2-1 victory over the Angels.

These two throws would have been great for Top Play of the Day, but then LeBron James happened. As if he wasn’t great enough already, the King put the game away with two step-back three pointers from the exact same spot. Clutch gene.

The Reds and Indians continue their respective series with the Rockies and Astros today, as the Golden State Warriors host the Houston Rockets in Game Six of the Western Conference Finals, trying to force a Game Seven back in Houston on Monday.