NBA — Hey, who knew LeBron had any part in this series that didn't just involve missing poorly selected shots? Bron-Bron threw down a monster dunk over Kevin Garnett to cap a 9-2 run that sealed a 88-77 win to tie the series at 2 against the always road dominant Celtics. Despite another poor shooting performance, LeBron had 21 points and 13 assists. The Celtics' Big Three, Reading, Writing and Red Onions, only scored six points in the 4th quarter on 3-of-10 shooting. Do the Celtics have more home games left in this series? Okay, then they win.
NHL — Pavel Datsyuk goes all hat tricky on the Stars in a 5-2 win to put the Red Wings up 3-0 in a series that already feels like they're up 853-to-negative-19. We already had our Chris Osgood face punch with a stick. Minus puck bunnies, this shan't be worth your time.
MLB — Asdrubal Cabrera pulls an unassisted triple play to end the 5th inning of a 3-0 loss in game two of a doubleheader against the Blue Jays. So they're rare but not that helpful when you have no offense… Ryan Braun added a little (where'm I going with this one? Guess! Quick! Guess!) brawn (Did'ja get it?) with two homers to power the Brewers over the Cardinals 8-3. Now days removed from the closer role, Eric Gagne claims he's ready to resume the role for the Brew Crew. The last few years suggest otherwise… Odalis Perez got three hits and pitched seven solid innings to lead the Nats over the Mets 10-4. Yes, Odalis Perez is the Nats' ace and he just picked up his first win. Hug me, I'm scared… The Braves ended their seven-game road losing streak and the Pirates' six-game winning streak. And I stopped streaking during girls' field hockey games. Stopped doing it without properly hydrating first, that is.