Once Anthony Davis slips on a Hornets hat above basketball's most celebrated eyebrow Thursday night, the NBA draft really starts.
When the New Jersey Devils fell behind the Los Angeles Kings three games to none in the Stanley Cup Final, the series looked to be over. But after the Game 3 loss, goaltender Martin Brodeur spoke up.
It was hard to tell from the Los Angeles Kings' side after Game 1 that they even had a lead on the New Jersey Devils in the Stanley Cup Final. Much of the talk was about it being perhaps their worst game of the playoffs and the need to be better.
Mark Fayne knew the puck was heading his way and he knew Los Angeles goalie Jonathan Quick was out of position.
The New Jersey Devils already eliminated John Tortorella and his playoff reign of confrontational press conferences. But Thursday, Peter DeBoer sounded a little bit like the New York Rangers' coach when asked about what went wrong in the Game 1 loss to the Los Angeles Kings.
Anze Kopitar had open ice and wanted the puck. With plenty of noise and nervous energy in Prudential Center, he wasn't sure if Justin Williams heard him.
The Eastern Conference final between the New Jersey Devils and rival New York Rangers is turning out to be exactly what everyone thought.
Early in the third quarter, Chris Singleton got a steal and raced up the court for what should have been an easy dunk. Singleton went up, but the shot didn't fall. Singleton grimaced with an annoyed look on his face.
The NBA draft will be held at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., for the second straight year.