Marquette, MI – The Golden State Warriors had a familiar face back on the sidelines, head coach Steve Kerr. Stephen Curry and company did not disappoint as they cruised to a 132-113 victory over the Cleveland Cavilers in game two. The Warriors are bow up two games to none in the finals best of seven series. Stephen Curry recorded his first postseason triple-double with 32 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds followed by Kevin Durant who added 33 points and 13 rebounds. The Cavs were led by team leader Lebron James who dropped 29 points to go along with 14 assists and 11 rebounds. Game three will be back in Cleveland on Wednesday beginning at 8 pm.
Justin Upton came up to the plate and hit a game ending walk-off bomb to the Comerica Park left field seats as the Tigers picked up their fourth straight victory and a 7-4 win over the Chicago White Sox. The Tigers have now won four games in a row including a sweep over the Chicago White Sox. The Tigers begin a three game series on Tuesday against the Los Angeles Angels.
Negaunee High School Athletic Director Andrew Brunette stopped in for the whole hour this morning bringing us up to date on Negaunee High School Athletics. The boys baseball team and girls softball team both made it to the district finals where they both had their season end. Brunette has had the great opportunity to watch his fall, winter and spring sports thrive in the upper peninsula. We thank Andrew Brunette for stopping by.
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