Tampa Bay is about to reach the Finals again in the NHL

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Tampa Bay again before the NHL Finals

While most Europeans are asleep, the professional leagues in North America are bustling. What happened that night in American football, basketball, and ice hockey.

Hockey: Tampa tops Rangers for the first time

Defending NHL champion Tampa Bay Lightning is one win away from returning to the Stanley Cup Finals. At Madison Square Garden, the guests beat the New York Rangers 3-1 Thursday night (local time) and advanced 3-2 in the series according to the Best of Seven formula. Winning the first leg Sunday morning (2:00 AM CST) is enough for Tampa to reach the Final Series. There will be against the Colorado Avalanche of Nico Storm Augsburg, who had won the Western Conference Finals against the Edmonton Oilers.

New York had advanced and had many other opportunities to score, but it conceded the equalizer and the eighth goal of Ondrej Palati less than two minutes before the end of the match to conceded the decisive goal to make the score 2-1. When New York goalkeeper Igor Shesterkin took off the ice and attempted a draw with an extra field player, Brandon Hagel scored into the empty net to make it 3-1.

Basketball: LeBron James wants to own a team in Las Vegas

He’s often said that LeBron James wanted to own an NBA team after his career – and now he’s also named his favorite spot for the first time. “I want a team in Vegas. I want to own a team in Vegas,” the 37-year-old basketball player said in a taped interview for The Shop series, which airs in the US on Friday night (local time).

James was recently declared a billionaire by Forbes magazine. He is the most popular player in the NBA and is at the center of the debate over whether Michael Jordan or himself is the best basketball player in history. James is currently under contract with the Los Angeles Lakers.

He made the remarks just days after NBA President Adam Silver held a press conference on the sidelines of the NBA Finals. Asked about the upcoming expansion of the league, Silver said there were no talks “currently” on the subject. Silver has denied rumors that the league will add teams from Seattle and Las Vegas after next season and increase the number of teams from the current 30 to 32. “It’s not true,” he said in San Francisco last week.

Basketball: Sabali bets on the Celtics

Germany’s top female basketball player Sato Sabali believes in an NBA title for the Boston Celtics with Daniel Theis, despite her sympathies for the Golden State Warriors. “It would be great for Golden State to win, but I think the Celtics should win and they will win because they bring something new. They’re playing the hammer now,” NBA professional Sabali told dpa.

“I also think the Golden State experience could still be a problem for the Celtics. However, it would be really nice if Daniel Theis could hold another German Basketball Cup after Dirk Nowitzki.”

After three games in the NBA Finals, the Boston Celtics are up 2-1 and need two more wins to clinch their 18th title. This would put the Celtics ahead of the Los Angeles Lakers alone as record champions in the world’s best basketball league. After Dirk Nowitzki, Theis will be only the second German to win the NBA championship. The fourth game on Saturday morning (3:00 CEST).

Commenting on her sympathy for the Warriors, Sabali, who is in her third season in the WNBA Women’s Professional League, said, “They play well together and have no ego on the court, that’s really good. Curry has become a basketball icon, it would be a shame to lose the Finals, as he did. Draymond Green. “If Golden State loses, it will be a shame for them, but I still think the Celtics are better.” 30-year-old Theiss is also a “great guy.”


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