After knocking off the Boston Celtics on Thursday to advance to his seventh straight NBA Finals, LeBron James wasn't quite ready to think about the Golden State Warriors. James and the Cleveland Cavaliers have been dominant this postseason, going 12-1 to advance to the Finals, sweeping their first two opponents. Golden State, they've been the best team in our league for the last three years, and then they added an MVP.
A sloppy, cold night at Fenway Park led to an early exit for Dustin Pedroia, who was pulled because of left knee pain. The Red Sox said the move was precautionary and that Pedroia is day to day. The press-box announcement included the note that manager John Farrell removed Pedroia, which is not typically information provided in-game, but was perhaps an attempt to reinforce that Pedroia did not want to exit the game. Pedroia had surgery on that knee in October. It's the same leg that was hurt when Manny Machado slid into Pedroia at second base in April, the slide that sparked the plunking war between the Orioles and Red Sox. Pedroia led off the third inning Thursday night against the Rangers'
Yahoo Sports Minute - NBA Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar answers a series of questions while on the hot seat at the Yahoo studio.