During this weekend at NASCAR, Kevin Harvick got the victory at the Coca-Cola 600 race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, N.C. Kasey Kahne ended in second while Kurt Busch finished in third. Harvick led for just 28 laps throughout the race. Second-place finisher Kasey Kahne led for 156 laps, but was overcome by Harvick’s late rush and the end of the race to grasp the victory.
With this victory Harvick place on seventh in the Sprint Cup Standings with 362 points for the 2013 season.
At the second day of the French Open, Gael Monfils beat Berdych in five sets thanks to plenty of athleticism. On the other hand, Rafael Nadal got the victory against Daniel Brands by winning 4 sets.
On the NBA playoffs, the Spurs are closer to qualify for the first NBA Finals since 2007. The San Antonio Spurs are looking to win Game 4 against Memphis Grizzlies on Monday at the FedExForum.
During Game 3, the Spurs were in danger by letting Grizzlies back in the series early, falling behind by 18 points in the first quarter. Nonetheless the game quickly turned around in the second quarter, and the advantage was just four points at halftime. The game remained close the rest of the way, with the game going to overtime after Conley missed a shot as time expired. The star Tim Duncan and Tiago Splitter dominated the overtime period, with the two forwards combining 13 points of the Spurs’ 18 points to have a triumph104-93. For Game 4, Memphis Grizzlies are favorites with -2 ½ with a money line of -145.
The Miami Heat came back from a rough loss at home in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals, winning Game 3 against Indiana Pacers 114-96, while taking the lead series 2-1 on Sunday night. Miami’s offense was on point almost all night long, shooting 54.5 percent from the field.
LeBron James led the Heat with 22 points, but the bigger input was the play of Miami’s role players. Udonis Haslem provided a huge contribution, scoring 17 points. Mario Chalmers had 14 points, with seven of those coming during a crucial stretch in the third quarter. Dwayne Wade looked more like him, scoring 18 points while also adding eight assists. Chris Bosh helped the Heat by finishing with 15 points. For game 4, the team Miami Heat favored by -2 points with an over under line of 185 points.
On NHL things were exciting too, the Chicago Blackhawks got the 4-1 victory against Detroit Red Wings in Game 5 of the Western Conference Semifinals. Andrew Shaw scored two times and Jonathan Toews netted to win the game. Still with this victory, the Red Wings lead the series 3-2. Game 6 will this Monday at Joe Louis Arena. The Blackhawks are the favorite with -1 1/2 +235 with a money line -135 with a 5 u/o.
Going into Game 6 of their Western Conference NHL Semifinal series Sunday night at HP Pavilion against the Los Angeles Kings, the San Jose Sharks liked their chances of winning and forcing a seventh game. Sharks won a Game 6 when trailing 3-2 for just the second time in 10 tries. Game 7 is Tuesday night at Staples Center, where the defending Stanley Cup champions have won 13 straight games. Los Angeles is the favorites in this matchup, laying -1.5 points here at home. The Total has been posted at Over/Under 4.5.
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