Cavs vs. Warriors III is here, so let's rank the greatest postseason "three-matches" in sports history.
Canadian Andre De Grasse narrowly missed the podium on Saturday at the Prefontaine Classic. Baker, a two-time NCAA champion in the 60, was happy to spoil the Pre's anticipated showdown between De Grasse and Justin Gatlin. Gatlin, who came in second to Usain Bolt at the Olympics last year, finished fifth and said he's working toward the U.S. national championships next month in Sacramento, Calif. He had a strong finish to win the Golden Grand Prix last week in Japan, and said he had a good start in the Pre.
The Spurs might be interested in Chris Paul, the interest might be mutual, and the Clippers are taking all that smoke pretty seriously.
The Ottawa Senators weren't quite ready to go their separate ways. Emotionally drained after a deep playoff run came to an end with a Game 7 double overtime loss this week in Pittsburgh, the Senators cleaned out their lockers Saturday still thinking about what might have been. "I think it's going to take a while to get over to be honest with you," said defenceman Dion Phaneuf.