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What’s Happening in Sports: May 27, 2022

What’s Happening in Sports: May 27, 2022

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May 27th, 2022 features ECF Game 6 between the Celtics and Heat where Boston’s on the brink of facing the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals unless Miami can miraculously get healthy and force a Game 7. MLB’s 14-game slate has many great matchups highlighted by a tense divisional battle between Aaron Judge‘s Yankees and Wander Franco‘s Rays. The NL-Central’s elite face off as St. Louis hosts Milwaukee, while Vlad‘s Blue Jays play Trout‘s Angels in a star-studded matchup. The NFL prepares for a second session of OTA’s next week. 

See what happened in sports on May 27th last year, headlined by the defending champion Lakers blowing out Phoenix to take a 2-1 series lead behind another big Anthony Davis performance, Milwaukee dominating Miami once again, and Austin Rivers‘ huge fourth quarter to put Portland away as well as what happened in sports on May 27th, 2020 ft. the MLBPA’s response to the league’s economic proposals and NBA teams reopening their practice facilities. 

WHAT’S HAPPENING IN SPORTS OVERVIEW: This daily sports post includes real headlines only (no clickbait rumors), all of the best highlights, interesting facts & records from around the NFL, NBA, & MLB, the main games to watch, notable birthdays, and a quick recap of significant events on this day in sports history. 

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Hot
May 26, 2022
Golden State Warriors improved to 9-0 at home during the 2022 Playoffs as they eliminated the Dallas Mavericks in Game 5 behind a big Klay Thompson performance (32 PTS, 8 3PM) to reach their 6th Finals over the last 8 seasons

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May 25, 2022
Boston Celtics took a 3-2 series lead after beating the Heat in Miami and limiting the No.1 seed to another awful offensive night as Tyler Herro missed his 2nd consecutive game while starters Jimmy Butler, Kyle Lowry, & Max Strus have all struggled immensley since dealing with their own injuries

Hot
May 24, 2022
NBA officially announced their 2021-22 All-NBA Teams with 1st Team ft. G Luka Doncic, G Devin Booker, F Jayson Tatum, F Giannis Antetokounmpo, & C Nikola Jokic. 2nd Team: G Ja Morant, G Steph Curry, F DeMar DeRozan, F Kevin Durant, C Joel Embiid. 3rd Team: G Chris Paul, G Trae Young, F LeBron James, F Pascal Siakam, C Karl-Anthony Towns

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May 24, 2022
PSO’s official 2021-22 All-NBA Teams: 1st: Luka, Morant, Tatum, Giannis, Jokic | 2nd: CP3, Booker, DeRozan, LeBron, Embiid | 3rd: Steph, Trae, Durant, Siakam, KAT | HM: Harden, Garland, LaVine, Jaylen, Ayton

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May 24, 2022
Dallas Mavericks avoided getting swept by the Golden State Warriors with a bounceback Game 4 win as they move to 3-0 this Postseason when facing elimination

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May 24, 2022
Baltimore Ravens signed 30-year-old 2x Pro Bowl CB Kyle Fuller to a 1-year deal

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May 23, 2022
Boston Celtics blew out the Miami Heat after forcing a historically slow start (1st point scored 8:38 into Q1 of Game 4) and clamping their starting lineup (18 COMBINED points) to tie the ECF 2-2

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May 23, 2022
Minnesota Timberwolves hired Denver Nuggets President Tim Connelly to be their new President of Basketball Operations after offering him a 5y/$40M deal plus ownership equity

Hot
May 23, 2022
Arizona Cardinals will host the 2nd ever in-season Hard Knocks after the Indianapolis Colts started the new program last season

Hot
May 22, 2022
Golden State Warriors took a 3-0 series lead over the Dallas Mavericks in the Western Conference Finals as Andrew Wiggins posterized Luka who dropped 40+ PTS again but took another L (now 2-6 when scoring 40+ PTS in Playoffs)

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KLAY CAUGHT FIRE IN G5

 

TO BEAT THE BUZZER

 

MIGGY STILL WINS GAMES

 

BEST DUNKS OF THE YEAR

 

BIG PUTBACK JAM BY BAM

 

HORFORD HAS HANDLES

 

HUGE RUN TO GO UP 3-2

 

BROWN’S BEST SLAMS

 

POOLE PULLS OUT THE BAG

 

LUKA’S SICK ASSIST

 

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May 26, 2022
Klay Thompson is the 1st player with 8+ 3PM during multiple closeout games of their career in NBA history, let alone consecutive Playoff series

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May 26, 2022
Klay Thompson recorded the most Playoff GP (5) of 8+ 3PM in NBA history

Hot
May 26, 2022
Steph Curry won the 1st ever Western Conference Finals MVP award

Hot
May 26, 2022
Steve Kerr has as many NBA Finals appearances (6) as Gregg Popovich after just 8 seasons of being a HC

Hot
May 26, 2022
Golden State Warriors join the 1991-98 Bulls, 1980-91 Lakers, 1962-73 Lakers, & 1955-70 Celtics as the only 5 teams to reach 6 Finals over a span of 8 seasons in NBA history

Hot
May 26, 2022
Trevor Story is the 1st player with 20+ RBI/0 2B/0 3B over a 7-GP span in MLB history

Hot
May 26, 2022
Trevor Story recorded the most RBI (21) over a 7-GP span in Boston Red Sox history and by any 2B in MLB history

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May 26, 2022
Trevor Story has the t-most HR (7) over a 7-GP span in Boston Red Sox history

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May 26, 2022
Nestor Cortes is the 1st Pitcher with 60+ Ks & 1.75 ERA or lower through the 1st 9 season GP in New York Yankees history

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May 26, 2022
Cincinnati Reds had the worst record (13-30; 30%) entering a game by a team that scored 20+ Runs during 1 game in the MLB Modern Era [since 1900]

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East Conference Finals

8:30 PM: #1 Miami Heat vs. #2 Boston Celtics [BOS leads 3-2]

*All game times listed are in Eastern Standard Time (EST)*

NFL: QB Daniel Jones, New York Giants (turns 25)

NFL: DL Da’Ron Payne, Washington Commanders (25)

NFL: LB Dre Greenlaw, San Francisco 49ers (25)

MLB: 2B Yoan Moncada, Chicago White Sox (27)

NFL: FB Patrick Ricard, Baltimore Ravens (28)

MLB: SP Jose Berrios, Toronto Blue Jays (28)

NBA: Willy Hernangomez, New Orleans Pelicans (28)

NFL: OT Garett Bolles, Denver Broncos (30)

NFL: C Ryan Jensen, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (31)

MLB: SP Garrett Richards, Texas Rangers (34)

MLB: RP Brad Boxberger, Milwaukee Brewers (34)

MLB: DH Frank Thomas, Hall of Fame (54)

MLB: 1B Jeff Bagwell, Hall of Fame (54)

2018: In an epic ECF Game 7, LeBron James played all 48 MIN to lead the Cleveland Cavaliers over the Boston Celtics with some incredible clutch buckets including an and-1 layup to cap off a 35 pt/15 reb/9 ast performance to lead CLE to their 4th straight NBA Finals (LBJ’s 8th straight) that was highlighted by Jayson Tatum‘s thunderous dunk on King James in the 4th Qtr

2015: Golden State Warriors defeated the Houston Rockets in the WCF to clinch their 1st NBA Finals appearance since 1975, led by MVP Steph Curry en route to their 1st of 3 Championships over a 4-year period

1991: SG Michael Jordan‘s Chicago Bulls finally won the Eastern Conference and reached their 1st NBA Finals in franchise history after sweeping the Detroit Pistons, the reigning 2x champions that eliminated them in the ECF both of the previous years. Some key Detroit players infamously walked off before the game ended without shaking Chicago’s hands

1985: In a 148-114 massacre of the Los Angeles Lakers, the Boston Celtics set NBA finals records for points (148) and FGM (62) that both still stand today as Celtics SF Scott Wedman also set NBA Finals records by going 4-4 on 3PA and 11-11 on FGA

1981: Philadelphia 76ers SF Julius Erving was named NBA MVP, becoming the 1st and only player to win MVP in both the NBA and ABA

1968: George S. Halas, founder, owner, and longtime HC of the Chicago Bears, announced his retirement from coaching after 318 career Wins and 6 NFL Championships

1968: San Diego, California (Padres) and Montreal, Canada (Expos) were officially awarded MLB franchises after league owners met for over 10 hours

1960: Baltimore Orioles MGR Paul Richards devised a solution for the passed-ball problem catchers face with SP Hoyt Wilhelm‘s knuckleball — a larger catcher’s mitt that teams use today

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