NBA Playoffs

NBA Playoffs 2019: Portland Trail Blazers vs. Golden State Warriors live score, updates, news, stats and highlights

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The Portland Trail Blazers, for the second game in a row, came out and punched the Golden State Warriors in the mouth.Portland had a strong 13-point lead at the half but a typical third quarter run from the Warriors erased the Blazers’ advantage and they would never recover.

Draymond Green finished with a triple-double and Stephen Curry had his fourth consecutive 30-point game while Damian Lillard’s struggles continued.If you missed any of the action from Game 3, we had you covered with updates, stats, highlights and more.

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Draymond Green was magnificent, notching a triple-double of 20 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists. Stephen Curry added a bit of help, bursting out for 36 points on six 3-pointers.

Golden State did a fantastic job defending Damian Lillard in this one, as Lillard went 5-for-18 from the field with five turnovers. His struggle to get things going put his team at a significant disadvantage in trying to fend off the Warriors’ comeback.

After scoring 66 points in the first half, the Trail Blazers were held to just 13 points in the third quarter. The Warriors kicked things up a notch on the defensive end, making things difficult for Damian Lillard to do much of anything.

Draymond Green has been the best player on the floor tonight and it’s not even close. He already has a triple-double of 18 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists after three quarters. Stephen Curry is up to 25 points to propel the Warriors’ offence.

Head coach Terry Stotts’ decision to start Meyers Leonard has paid off in a big way – the Blazers’ centre has a team-high 13 points at the half and is making good things happen on both ends of the floor.

Stephen Curry (15 points) and Draymond Green (14 points) are doing their best to keep the Warriors close, but the Blazers supporting cast has been much better than Golden State’s.The Trail Blazers’ bench is outscoring the Warriors 23-12.Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum have been quiet with 10 and 12 points, respectively.

The Trail Blazers got out to an early 10-point lead but the Warriors cut that deficit quickly. Portland is doing a great job of attacking the rim and forcing Golden State to foul, as the Blazers have already attempted 13 free throws.

It’s been a duel between the two stellar backcourts as Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson both have nine points apiece but Damian Lillard (8 points) and CJ McCollum (6 points) have their team in the lead after one frame.

The Portland Trail Blazers will also make a starting lineup change – they’ll start Meyers Leonard at the five. Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum, Al-Farouq Aminu, Moe Harkless and Leonard.

The Golden State Warriors will switch up their lineup again, with Damian Jones starting at the five. They’ll go with Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala, Draymond Green and Jones.

NBA Playoffs 2019

NBA Playoffs 2019: Portland Trail Blazers vs. Golden State Warriors live score, updates, news, stats and highlights

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The Portland Trail Blazers, for the second game in a row, came out and punched the Golden State Warriors in the mouth.Portland had a strong 13-point lead at the half but a typical third quarter run from the Warriors erased the Blazers’ advantage and they would never recover.

Draymond Green finished with a triple-double and Stephen Curry had his fourth consecutive 30-point game while Damian Lillard’s struggles continued.If you missed any of the action from Game 3, we had you covered with updates, stats, highlights and more.

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Draymond Green was magnificent, notching a triple-double of 20 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists. Stephen Curry added a bit of help, bursting out for 36 points on six 3-pointers.

Golden State did a fantastic job defending Damian Lillard in this one, as Lillard went 5-for-18 from the field with five turnovers. His struggle to get things going put his team at a significant disadvantage in trying to fend off the Warriors’ comeback.

After scoring 66 points in the first half, the Trail Blazers were held to just 13 points in the third quarter. The Warriors kicked things up a notch on the defensive end, making things difficult for Damian Lillard to do much of anything.

Draymond Green has been the best player on the floor tonight and it’s not even close. He already has a triple-double of 18 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists after three quarters. Stephen Curry is up to 25 points to propel the Warriors’ offence.

Head coach Terry Stotts’ decision to start Meyers Leonard has paid off in a big way – the Blazers’ centre has a team-high 13 points at the half and is making good things happen on both ends of the floor.

Stephen Curry (15 points) and Draymond Green (14 points) are doing their best to keep the Warriors close, but the Blazers supporting cast has been much better than Golden State’s.The Trail Blazers’ bench is outscoring the Warriors 23-12.Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum have been quiet with 10 and 12 points, respectively.

The Trail Blazers got out to an early 10-point lead but the Warriors cut that deficit quickly. Portland is doing a great job of attacking the rim and forcing Golden State to foul, as the Blazers have already attempted 13 free throws.

It’s been a duel between the two stellar backcourts as Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson both have nine points apiece but Damian Lillard (8 points) and CJ McCollum (6 points) have their team in the lead after one frame.

The Portland Trail Blazers will also make a starting lineup change – they’ll start Meyers Leonard at the five. Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum, Al-Farouq Aminu, Moe Harkless and Leonard.

The Golden State Warriors will switch up their lineup again, with Damian Jones starting at the five. They’ll go with Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala, Draymond Green and Jones.

Raptors vs Bucks

In the first game, I attributed the Raptors’ lethargy in the second half to having just come out of a seven-game, hard fought series. However, after witnessing Toronto’s dispassionate display in Game 2, I’m not so sure the 76ers series had much to do with it. In the first game, sure. But last game, the Raptors looked like a disheartened group of individuals struggling to keep up with a talented, quick-release team. I expect them to control the pace better at home, where they’ll likely be more comfortable.

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Marc Gasol basically played himself out of last game, struggling to do much of anything with the basketball. He wasn’t successful facilitating the offense, fumbled the ball on multiple occasions and hesitantly bricked most of his jumpers. I expect to see some more Ibaka moving forward, for better or for worse. Norman Powell is also likely to see some minutes over Danny Green, who can’t keep up with the tenacity of the Bucks’ defenders.

I mean, I don’t believe the Raptors are going to win 4 out of the next 5 games anyway. But, if they were going to win a game, Sunday would be the best time to do it. The sooner they can find an offensive rhythm and a rotation that works, the better. Of course, when two teams are supposedly evenly matched

like this, the home team is expected to win their games. If the Raptors go down 3-0 at home, I’d give them essentially no chance to come back in the series. Right now, the situation isn’t quite so dire, but a Game 3 loss would be the official nail in the coffin.

Thanks again to Dylan for answering our questions. For Toronto’s coverage, make sure to check out Raptors HQ and see what they got!

Bucks vs Raptors

In the first game, I attributed the Raptors’ lethargy in the second half to having just come out of a seven-game, hard fought series. However, after witnessing Toronto’s dispassionate display in Game 2, I’m not so sure the 76ers series had much to do with it. In the first game, sure. But last game, the Raptors looked like a disheartened group of individuals struggling to keep up with a talented, quick-release team. I expect them to control the pace better at home, where they’ll likely be more comfortable.

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Marc Gasol basically played himself out of last game, struggling to do much of anything with the basketball. He wasn’t successful facilitating the offense, fumbled the ball on multiple occasions and hesitantly bricked most of his jumpers. I expect to see some more Ibaka moving forward, for better or for worse. Norman Powell is also likely to see some minutes over Danny Green, who can’t keep up with the tenacity of the Bucks’ defenders.

I mean, I don’t believe the Raptors are going to win 4 out of the next 5 games anyway. But, if they were going to win a game, Sunday would be the best time to do it. The sooner they can find an offensive rhythm and a rotation that works, the better. Of course, when two teams are supposedly evenly matched

like this, the home team is expected to win their games. If the Raptors go down 3-0 at home, I’d give them essentially no chance to come back in the series. Right now, the situation isn’t quite so dire, but a Game 3 loss would be the official nail in the coffin.

Thanks again to Dylan for answering our questions. For Toronto’s coverage, make sure to check out Raptors HQ and see what they got!

Wilder vs Dominic Breazeale

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Wilder, who shocked the boxing world this week after commenting he wants “a body on his record”, puts his belt on the line for the ninth time.

Breazeale, who challenged for Anthony Joshua’s IBF crown in 2016 when he was knocked out in the seventh round, became the mandatory challenger for Wilder’s title with a KO win over Carlos Negron in Brooklyn late last year.

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Date, UK start time and venue

Wilder vs Breazeale takes place tonight at the Barclays Center in New York.

It is another early start for UK fight fans with ringwalks not expected until no earlier than 4am BST in the early hours of Sunday morning.

TV channel and live stream

The fight will be shown live on Sky Sports’ Action and Main Event channels, and is available via Now TV with a day pass on offer for £8.99.

Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app.

Prediction

Of the heavyweight’s division’s Big Three, Wilder arguably faces the toughest challenge in the coming weeks in Breazeale compared to Andy Ruiz Jnr and Thomas Schwarz, who come against Joshua and Fury respectively.

Having said that, Wilder should be confident of registering victory no. 41. A win via a late stoppage for the defending champion.

Undercard

• Gary Russell Jr vs Kiko Martinez (WBC world featherweight title)

• Juan Heraldez vs Argenis Mendez (lightweight)

• Robert Alfonso vs Iago Kiladze (heavyweight)

• Gary Antonio Russell vs Saul Eduardo Hernandez (bantamweight)

• Gary Antuanne Russell vs Marcos Mojica (super lightweight)

• Kenny Robles vs Roy McGill (super lightweight)

• Dylan Price vs Manuel Salvador Manzo (super flyweight)

Preakness Stakes 2019

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Following what was one of the most controversial finishes in the history of the Kentucky Derby, horses and riders head to Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore for the second leg of horse racing’s Triple Crown – the 2019 Preakness Stakes.

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While neither Kentucky Derby winner Country House nor Maxium Security – the horse that crossed the finish line first, only to be disqualified 22 minutes later – are participating in the race, four horses that ran in the “Run for the Roses” will also be at Pimlico (War of Will, Improbable, Bodexpress and Win Win Win). The short two-week turnaround time makes many trainers hesitant to run a horse in both the Preakness and Kentucky Derby.

Bob Baffert is looking to become the first trainer to win the Preakness eight times. His horse Improbable is coming off a disappointing fourth-place finish in the Kentucky Derby but is likely to go off as the morning line favorite at Pimlico.

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Horse racing fans may be deprived of a Country House Triple Crown bid – the first time the Kentucky Derby champion hasn’t run at the Preakness since 1996 – but there are a few other storylines to root for.

Alwaysmining will be a hometown favorite as he looks to become the first Maryland-bred horse to win the Preakness since Deputed Testamony did so in 1983. Alwaysmining is entering on a bit of a hot streak, the winner of his last six races. Adding to his local charm, his trainer Kelly Rubley is a former middle school science teacher.

If 12 horses run, as is anticipated, it would be the largest Preakness field since 14 horses ran in 2011. Saturday’s race will be the 144th running of the Preakness. The track is 1 3/16 miles – the shortest of the Triple Crown tracks. The winning horse takes home $1.5 million.

Here’s everything you need to know about the 2019 Preakness Stakes, including TV channel, post time, updated betting odds and more.

MORE: Watch the Preakness live & on demand with fuboTV (7-day trial)

When is the Preakness 2019?

  • Date: Saturday, May 18
  • Post time: 6:48 p.m. ET
  • TV channels: NBC, NBCSN
  • Stream: NBC Sports Live | fuboTV

This year’s Preakness Stakes is Saturday, May 18, with post time at 6:48 p.m. ET. The race is held two weeks after the Kentucky Derby and three weeks before the Belmont Stakes. The Preakness has been held at Pimlico Race Course from 1873-1889 and every year since 1909.

How to watch, live stream the Preakness

The 144th Preakness Stakes can be watched on NBC’s live television broadcast, streamed on NBCsports.com or is available on the NBC Sports app. The race can also be streamed on fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial.

Pre-race coverage

The start of the Preakness Stakes at 6:48 p.m. ET marks the end of seven hours of coverage leading up to the race. Coverage of Saturday’s undercard begins at 2:30 p.m. on NBCSN. The Black Eyed Susan Stakes for 3-year-old fillies will be run on Friday, May 17.

MORE: Remembering Pimlico infield’s ‘Running of the Urinals’

Preakness 2019 betting odds

Position Horse Odds
No. 1 War of Will 4/1
No. 2 Bourbon War 12/1
No. 3 Warrior’s Charge 12/1
No. 4 Improbable 5/2
No. 5 Owendale 10/1
No. 6 Market King 30/1
No. 7 Alwaysmining 8/1
No. 8 Signalman 30/1
No. 9 Bodexpress 20/1
No. 10 Everfast 50/1
No. 11 Laughing Fox 20/1
No. 12 Anothertwistafate 6/1
No. 13 Win Win Win 15/1

Odds as of May 18

2018 Preakness Stakes winner

Justify won the 2018 Preakness en route to winning the 13th Triple Crown. He beat Bravazo by half a length on a muddy and extremely foggy track with visibility reduced to just 1/16 of a mile. Justify was trained by Bob Baffert and jockied by Mike Smith. Smith said he will be atop Baffert’s Improbable this year as Baffert looks to break R. Wyndham Walden’s record of seven Preakness victories.

Preakness Stakes winners, 2009-18

Year Horse Jockey
2018 Justify Mike Smith
2017 Cloud Computing Javier Castellano
2016 Exaggerator Kent Desormeaux
2015 American Pharoah Victor Espinoza
2014 California Chrome Victor Espinoza
2013 Oxbow Gary Stevens
2012 I’ll Have Another Mario Gutierrez
2011 Shackleford Jesus Castanon
2010 Lookin At Lucky Martin Garcia
2009 Rachel Alexandra Martin Garcia

Preakness 2019

What time is the Preakness 2019? Post time, race start, TV channel, live stream

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Following what was one of the most controversial finishes in the history of the Kentucky Derby, horses and riders head to Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore for the second leg of horse racing’s Triple Crown – the 2019 Preakness Stakes.

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While neither Kentucky Derby winner Country House nor Maxium Security – the horse that crossed the finish line first, only to be disqualified 22 minutes later – are participating in the race, four horses that ran in the “Run for the Roses” will also be at Pimlico (War of Will, Improbable, Bodexpress and Win Win Win). The short two-week turnaround time makes many trainers hesitant to run a horse in both the Preakness and Kentucky Derby.

Bob Baffert is looking to become the first trainer to win the Preakness eight times. His horse Improbable is coming off a disappointing fourth-place finish in the Kentucky Derby but is likely to go off as the morning line favorite at Pimlico.

LIFE OF A CHAMPION GELDING
When sex doesn’t follow Kentucky Derby glory

Horse racing fans may be deprived of a Country House Triple Crown bid – the first time the Kentucky Derby champion hasn’t run at the Preakness since 1996 – but there are a few other storylines to root for.

Alwaysmining will be a hometown favorite as he looks to become the first Maryland-bred horse to win the Preakness since Deputed Testamony did so in 1983. Alwaysmining is entering on a bit of a hot streak, the winner of his last six races. Adding to his local charm, his trainer Kelly Rubley is a former middle school science teacher.

If 12 horses run, as is anticipated, it would be the largest Preakness field since 14 horses ran in 2011. Saturday’s race will be the 144th running of the Preakness. The track is 1 3/16 miles – the shortest of the Triple Crown tracks. The winning horse takes home $1.5 million.

Here’s everything you need to know about the 2019 Preakness Stakes, including TV channel, post time, updated betting odds and more.

MORE: Watch the Preakness live & on demand with fuboTV (7-day trial)

When is the Preakness 2019?

  • Date: Saturday, May 18
  • Post time: 6:48 p.m. ET
  • TV channels: NBC, NBCSN
  • Stream: NBC Sports Live | fuboTV

This year’s Preakness Stakes is Saturday, May 18, with post time at 6:48 p.m. ET. The race is held two weeks after the Kentucky Derby and three weeks before the Belmont Stakes. The Preakness has been held at Pimlico Race Course from 1873-1889 and every year since 1909.

How to watch, live stream the Preakness

The 144th Preakness Stakes can be watched on NBC’s live television broadcast, streamed on NBCsports.com or is available on the NBC Sports app. The race can also be streamed on fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial.

Pre-race coverage

The start of the Preakness Stakes at 6:48 p.m. ET marks the end of seven hours of coverage leading up to the race. Coverage of Saturday’s undercard begins at 2:30 p.m. on NBCSN. The Black Eyed Susan Stakes for 3-year-old fillies will be run on Friday, May 17.

MORE: Remembering Pimlico infield’s ‘Running of the Urinals’

Preakness 2019 betting odds

Position Horse Odds
No. 1 War of Will 4/1
No. 2 Bourbon War 12/1
No. 3 Warrior’s Charge 12/1
No. 4 Improbable 5/2
No. 5 Owendale 10/1
No. 6 Market King 30/1
No. 7 Alwaysmining 8/1
No. 8 Signalman 30/1
No. 9 Bodexpress 20/1
No. 10 Everfast 50/1
No. 11 Laughing Fox 20/1
No. 12 Anothertwistafate 6/1
No. 13 Win Win Win 15/1

Odds as of May 18

2018 Preakness Stakes winner

Justify won the 2018 Preakness en route to winning the 13th Triple Crown. He beat Bravazo by half a length on a muddy and extremely foggy track with visibility reduced to just 1/16 of a mile. Justify was trained by Bob Baffert and jockied by Mike Smith. Smith said he will be atop Baffert’s Improbable this year as Baffert looks to break R. Wyndham Walden’s record of seven Preakness victories.

Preakness Stakes winners, 2009-18

Year Horse Jockey
2018 Justify Mike Smith
2017 Cloud Computing Javier Castellano
2016 Exaggerator Kent Desormeaux
2015 American Pharoah Victor Espinoza
2014 California Chrome Victor Espinoza
2013 Oxbow Gary Stevens
2012 I’ll Have Another Mario Gutierrez
2011 Shackleford Jesus Castanon
2010 Lookin At Lucky Martin Garcia
2009 Rachel Alexandra Martin Garcia

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