Sports news review starts with NBA playoffs, where Oklahoma City Thunder defeated Golden State Warriors by 133:105 and now leads by 2:1 in the series.
Everybody expected an interesting match and Golden State was regarded as a slight favorite to win it, but Oklahoma played possibly their best game this season and completely destroyed the reigning champions. The fact they scored 83 points in the second and the third quarter looks unreal, but Thunder All-Stars Westbrook and Durant made it happen. Both players were amazing, Westbrook scored 30 points and made 12 assists, while Durant scored 33 points and recorded 8 rebounds.
On the other hand, Curry and Thompson again failed to shoot like they used to do it this season and recorded 24 and 18 points. Draymond Green was even worse, with only 6 points!
Manchester United sacked Louis Van Gaal, one day after he won the FA Cup trophy. English media are suggesting that Jose Mourinho will be officially announced as the new Manchester United manager on Tuesday. The media are speculating that Zlatan Ibrahimovic will also join his former Inter coach in Manchester United, as he is set to decline a financially fantastic offer from an unnamed Chinese club.
Patrice Evra has signed a new contract with Juventus and he will stay in the club for two more years.
In Bundesliga playoffs Nurnberg lost at home against Eintracht Frankfurt by 1:0 and they will stay in Bundesliga 1.
Roland Garros brought us several huge surprises today. In men’s tournament, Trungelliti defeated Cilic by 3:1 and Stepanek also led by 2:0 against Andy Murray, but the Brit found focus and quickly won the third set and lead by 4:2 in the fourth, before match had to be interrupted because it was too dark to continue playing. Wawrinka also had problems against Rosol, but in the end cruised to a 3:2 victory, while Dimitrov was defeated by 3:2 against Troicki. In other matches, Pavlasek defeated Carballes Baena by 3:2, Chardy defeated Mayer by 3:1 Klizan retired after losing 3:0 in the fifth set against Daniel, Mannarino defeated Kukushkin by 3:1, Lajovic defeated Kudla by 3:0, Raonic defeated Tipsarevic by 3:0, Dodig defeated Youzhny by 3:2, Brown defeated Sela by 3:2, Karlovic defeated Montanes by 3:0, Thompson defeated Djere by 3:0, Pella defeated Schwartzman by 3:1, Sock defeated Haase by 3:2, Simon defeated Silva by 3:0, Verdasco defeated Johnson by 3:0, Nishikori defeated Bolelli by 3:0, Bourgue defeated Samper Montana by 3:0, Martin defeated Munoz De La Nava by 3:1, Ramos defeated Zeballos by 3:1, Edmund defeated Basilashvili by 3:1, Fratangelo defeated Querrey by 3:1 and Gasquet defeated Bellucci by 3:0, while the matches between Poullie and Benneteau and Isner and Millman had to be interrupted because of nightfall as well.
In women’s tournament, Pironkova shocked Errani and eliminated her by 2:0, while her compatriot Vinci was also defeated by 2:0 by Bondarenko. In other matches Georges defeated McHale by 2:1, Stephens defeated Gasparyan by 2:0, Hercog defeated Dominguez Lino by 2:0, Osaka defeated Ostapenko by 2:0, Muguruza defeated Schmiedlova by 2:1, Cepede defeated Lisicki by 2:0, Strycova defeated Hradecka by 2:0, Lucic Baroni defeated Hantuchova by 2:0, Buyukakcay defeated Sasnovich by 2:1, Wickmayer defeated Dulgheru by 2:0, Kuznetsova defeated Shvedova by 2:1, Rogers defeated Pliskova by 2:1, Halep defeated Hibino by 2:0, Beck defeated Zanevska by 2:0, Vesnina defeated Brengle by 2:0, Garcia defeated Tsurenko by 2:0, Watson defeated Gibbs by 2:1, Radwanska defeated Jovanovski by 2:0, Larsson defeated Linette by 2:1, Diyas defeated Witthoeft by 2:1, Begu defeated Mattek Sands by 2:1, Vandeweghe defeated Broady by 2:1, while the matches between Stosur and Doi, Zhang and Voskoboeva and Makarova and Lepchenko were interrupted because of nightfall.