Here’s who Draymond Green thinks will face the Warriors in the NBA Finals

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“If you ask me who I want to play against, I’ll tell you who I think we’re going to play against.”

Draymond Green celebrates during the Warriors’ Game 5 win over the Mavericks. Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

The Red Sox beat the White Sox 16-7 on Thursday. Trevor Story hit his seventh home run in seven games. Boston will face the Orioles tonight at Fenway Park at 7:10 p.m.

Tonight at 8:30 p.m., the Celtics face the Heat in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Boston leads the series 3-2.

Saturday at 7:30 p.m., the Revolution welcomes the Union to Gillette Stadium.

And also on Saturday, Liverpool will face Real Madrid at 3pm in the UEFA Champions League final.

Draymond Green’s prediction: The Warriors advanced to the NBA Finals on Thursday after beating the Mavericks 120-110 in Game 5 to win the Western Conference Finals, 4-1.

Subsequently, Stephen Curry and Draymond Green joined the NBA on the TNT post-game show. Green was asked by Shaquille O’Neal about the finale.

“Who would you like to play? O’Neal asked. “Be honest.”

“I think both teams are tough,” Green replied first. “Boston is causing problems, especially offensively. Their defense is incredible.

O’Neal pressed Green for a more definitive answer.

“If you ask me who I want to play against, I’ll tell you who I think we’re going to play against,” Green replied. “We are going to play against Boston. That’s who we’re going to play against.

The Celtics will face the Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals on Friday night with a chance to close the series with a 3-2 lead.

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The Warriors qualified for the final and joined an elite company:

On this day: In 2011, the Bruins beat the Lightning 1-0 in Game 7 to advance to the Stanley Cup Finals. Nathan Horton scored the only goal of the game as Boston closed in on what would ultimately be their first title in decades.

2011 Bruins Lightning

daily highlight: While it might not be the most impressive goal of his career, Connor McDavid’s overtime (and series) winner against the Flames on Thursday night might be the most important of his career at this point.

Thanks to McDavid’s score, the Oilers advanced to the Western Conference Finals.


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