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On June 7, 2021, the second round of the playoffs will take place. Yannis Antetokumpo and the Bucks are trying to level their streak 1-1 against the Nets in Brooklyn without James Harden. Nikola Jokic leads the Nuggets to Phoenix for their first series against the Suns. Tonight’s roster of three MLB games marks the Cubs heading to San Diego to play the Padres after the Cubs played their first streak of the season at Wrigley less than a week ago. The NFL offseason picks up steam as the Falcons made a deal with the Titans to trade WR. July jones

See what happened in sports on June 7 last year, titled the NBA’s plan to replace sick / injured players after the season resumes. This daily sports article includes only real headlines (no clickbait rumors), all the best moments, fun facts from around the NFL, NBA and MLB countries, major games to watch, the day’s best performances, big birthdays, and quick Wrap-ups. this day in the history of sports. More content will be loaded throughout the day.

Engle commits a highway robbery

Hawks take first game in Philadelphia

The twins turn the triple play

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NBA playoff semi-finals

7:30 PM: # 3 Milwaukee Bucks vs # 2 Brooklyn Nets (BKN 1-0)

10:00 PM: # 3 Denver Nuggets vs # 2 Phoenix Suns (0-0 draw)

* All games are in Eastern Standard Time (EST) *

NBA playoff semi-finals

The top players will be published after all of today’s NBA Playoffs have been played. Please check back later.

BEST NBA PERFORMERS

Nfl: RB David Montgomery, Chicago Bears (turns 24)

Nfl: WR Jalen Guyton, Los Angeles Chargers (24)

Nfl: RB Christian McCaffrey, Carolina Panthers (25)

Nba: SP Danuel House, Houston Rockets (28)

MLB: SP Vince Velazquez, Philadelphia Phillies (29)

Nba: PG Jordan Clarkson, Utah Jazz (29)

Nba: PG Allen Iverson, Hall of Fame (46)

2015 g.: Lebron james’39-pointers triple double and Matthew Dellavedovaremarkable protection to hold Steph Curry at 5-23 FG led Cleveland to a memorable game 2 NBA Finals victory over the Golden State Warriors in the second game of the OT series in a row.

2012 r.: One of the most legendary performances in the career of LeBron James occurred in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals with the Miami Heat 3-2 in a series against the Boston Celtics when King James responded with 45 points and 15 rebounds in a mandatory win on Boston

1998 year: The Chicago Bulls beat the Utah Jazz 96-54 in Game 3, the most one-sided win in NBA Finals history. Utah’s 54 points are also the lowest ever for an NBA team in a final match.

1995 year: Led by G Kenny SmithRecord NBA Finals (at the time) 7 3pm, the Houston Rockets returned from a 20-point deficit to defeat the Orlando Magic in OT in Game 1. Houston went on to win the Magic for his 2nd straight championship.

1993 year: New Jersey Nets SG Drazen Petrovich, who earned his 3rd All-NBA title last season and was a member of the Croatian national team, had a car accident in Germany and passed away.

1992 year: In Game 3 of the NBA Finals, the Chicago Bulls and Portland Trail Blazers combined a total of 131 points in the final. The defeat of Portland set the NBA Finals record for the 9th straight Western Conference home defeat since 1989.

1978 year: Washington Bullets won the seventh game of the NBA Finals to win the only championship in franchise history

1966 g.: New York Mets handed future Hall of Fame Reggie Jackson Pick the C of Steve Chilcott with the first overall pick in the draft Chilcott would become the first number 1 to never appear in MLB as he spent 6 years in minors.

1932 g.: At 47, Los Angeles Dodgers RP. Jack quinn became the oldest MLB player to hit extra base (double) and RBI in a victory over the Chicago Cubs.

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