Heat Defeat Bulls, Yankees Defeat Twins
Heat Defeat Bulls
As it was expected, the Heat managed to beat the Derrick Rose-less Chicago on Thursday night with a final score of 83-72. Lebron James finished the game with 27 points and eleven rebounds, while teammate Dwayne Wade ended the game with 18. The victory allows the Heat to be just one and a half games behind the Bulls in the conference standings. The 72 points from Chicago were a season-low for them, and that was the product of a really productive defensive game by Miami. Chris Bosh was expected to play this game, but at the end coach Erik Spoelstra decided to rest him again.
Granderson hits 3 homers and Yankees defeat Twins
Curtis Granderson hit 3 home runs in the first 4 innings and the Yankees defeated the Twins 7-6 on Thursday night. The player managed to hit a homer during his first 3 at-bats, and such a good performance was the result of the extra work he’s been doing at the cage with Coach Kevin Long. Granderson finished last season with an impressive 41 homers, and the player is hoping to get a similar number this year. Granderson’s performance was one homer short of the league record of 4 home runs scored by a single player in a game, and also became the twelfth MLB player to score 3 homers in the first four innings of a game.
Djokovic, Berdych will play Monte Carlo semis
Although Novak Djokovic seemed distracted due to the dead of his grandfather, the tennis player managed to defeat Robin Haase in two sets and acquired a ticket to the semifinals of the Monte Carlo Masters. The Serbian will now be facing Tomas Berdych from the Czech Republic, who defeated Andy Murray in 3 sets. “He played very, very well today. Every time I lose a match, I get asked, ‘What did you do wrong?’ Sometimes the guy plays well. He played extremely well today.” Murray said concerning Berdych’s victory.
Arizona defeat Chicago in OT again
For the second straight match Mikkel Boedker managed to score in OT and allowed the Coyotes to take a 3-1 lead in their quarterfinals series against the Blackhawks thanks a 3-2 victory on Thursday night in Chicago, with the series now moving to Arizona for game five. All four playoff games between these two teams have gone to overtime, which is a sign of how tight these matches have been for both teams. Now the Coyotes are just hoping for one more win at home in order to make it to the next round of the NHL postseason.
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