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Pacers/Heat Game 7, Hawks stop Kings, Tony at Dover, Kuchar at Memorial, MLB News and Notes + Sunday Recap: Monday, June 3, 2013

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Pacers/Heat 7 …. win or go home

It’s win or go home tonight in South Beach as the Indiana Pacers and Miami Heat square of in Game Seven of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Heat are -7 point favorites at this writing with the total set at 181 1/2.

Some notes and points to ponder on tonight’s game …..

Miami is 9-0 vs the spread after their last nine straight up losses

Who will help Lebron with scoring for Miami ???

Chris Anderson returns from his one game suspension. “Bird” is 15-15 from the floor in the series.

Udonis Haslem is 16-18 from the floor in the Heats last two wins, 0-3 from the field in the Heat’s last two losses.

Lebron has averaged 34 ppg in his career Game Sevens

Other than Lebron, the rest of the Heat shot 16-51 (30%) from the field in Game Six.

Indiana hasn’t played a Game Seven since 2005 when they beat Boston.

Lance Stephenson appears to be the Pacer wildcard. He’s 14-31 from the field in Indiana’s three wins, he’s 6-27 in the Pacers three losses.

The over is 7-3 in this round but 0-2 in the last two games of this series.

Blackhawks up 2-0 in West after 4-2 win over Kings

The Chicago Blackhawks chased Kings standout goalie Jamie Quick with four early goals and went on to cruise to a 4-2 win Sunday to take a 2-0 lead in their Western Conference finals series. The teams were forced to play on back-to-back nights because of a prior commitment to the Rolling Stones. Now it’s back to Los Angeles for Tuesday’s Game III. The Kings have won 14 straight games at the Staples Center.

Boston an Pittsburg meet at the Igloo for tonight’s Eastern Conference Game II. The Bruins won game 3-0 to lead 1-0 in the series. The Pens are -200 with the total 5 1/2 shaded 25 cents to the under.

Stewart breaks drought at Dover

Tony Stewart passed Juan Pablo Montoya with three laps left to win at Dover on Sunday. It was Stewart’s first top-five finish of 2013 and snapped a personal 30 race winless streak. It was “Smoke”‘s 48th career Sprint Cup win and jumped him from 20th to 16th in The Chase standings. Montoya held on for second ahead of Jeff Gordon, Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski.

The Top 20 in The Chase Standings looks like this

RK DRIVER POINTS BEHIND MONEY WINS POLES TOP 5 TOP 10

1 Jimmie Johnson 473 — $4,515,796 2 1 6 8
2 Carl Edwards 443 -30 $2,419,719 1 1 5 7
3 Clint Bowyer 423 -50 $2,130,124 0 0 4 7
4 Matt Kenseth 399 -74 $2,823,452 3 1 3 7
5 Kevin Harvick 399 -74 $2,587,919 2 0 3 5
6 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 398 -75 $2,593,549 0 0 3 8
7 Kasey Kahne 392 -81 $2,203,838 1 0 5 6
8 Brad Keselowski 375 -98 $2,573,081 0 0 5 8
9 Kyle Busch 374 -99 $2,784,563 2 2 6 7
10 Paul Menard 371 -102 $1,794,830 0 0 0 4
11 Jeff Gordon 361 -112 $2,071,630 0 0 3 4
12 Aric Almirola 354 -119 $1,932,023 0 0 0 4
13 Greg Biffle 353 -120 $1,949,149 0 0 1 4
14 Martin Truex Jr. 343 -130 $2,081,514 0 1 2 5
15 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. 343 -130 $2,031,525 0 0 0 0
16 Tony Stewart 338 -135 $2,010,004 1 0 1 3
17 Kurt Busch 337 -136 $1,905,853 0 0 3 4
18 Joey Logano 335 -138 $2,195,355 0 0 4 5
19 Jamie McMurray 332 -141 $1,843,628 0 0 0 3

Kuchar wins Memorial with Tiger 20 shots back

Matt Kuchar topped off a big week at the Memorial with a final round 68 to beat Kevin Chappell two strokes. Kuchar was on or at the lead for most of the week and did his part to seal the deal finishing the tournamet at 12-under and 276. Kyle Stanley, Scott Stallings and Bill Haas rounded out the top five. Tiger Wood followed up Saturday’s horrific 79 with a round of par 72 to finish 20 shots off the lead. This week’s St Jude Classic is the final warm up before the US Open in two weeks.

MLB News and Notes

The Arizona Diamondback’s Patrick Corbin has become the MLB’s first nine-game winner after the Snakes beat the Cubs 8-4 on Sunday. Arizona is 11-0 in the games that Corbin starts.

Former Indian outfielder Grady Sizemore has resumed baseball activities in a hope to jump-start his MLB career. Sizemore, 30, missed all of 2012 and most of the prior two years with a variety of injuries. He’s had micro-fracture surgery on both knees and has had seven different surgeries since 2009.

Mookie Blaylock upgraded to fair, charged in crash

Sportsbetting3 has been following the Mookie Blaylock story all weekend. The former NBA All-Start has been upgraded from serious to fair after a head-on crash in his SUV on Friday. Blaylock crossed the center line and hit a van killing the woman passenger and breaking the ankle of the driver. Blaylock has been charged with driving on a suspended license and crossing the center line. Those charges will likely to upgraded after he in interviewed with law enforcement.

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