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The young Philadelphia 76ers sure didn’t look the part in Game 1 vs. the Miami Heat. They took their homecourt advantage in stride as the East’s No. 3 seed and made clear to the No. 6 Heat that there won’t be anything setting back this hot team.

This is going to be an interesting style difference. The 76ers are a fast defensive-minded team, while the Heat are a more grind-it-out-style team. And the 76ers are leaning on only a couple veterans with postseason experience, while the Heat are almost entirely postseason-tested. This series could be decided by whoever can control the pace on the floor, and, of course, Joel Embiid’s status will also be a major factor.

If the 76ers can carry their momentum from the regular season into the playoffs, then they’re going to be a dangerous team in the playoffs. They finished the regular season on a 16 game win streak. Embiid, if healthy, and Simmons are one of the NBA’s most dynamic duos. They have the third-best defense and fourth-best net rating in the NBA. They’re an easy favorite.

The Heat haven’t always been consistent, but their depth gives them a lot of versatility. Miami can gain an advantage if they control the pace, forcing Philadelphia to play slow, and use their bench as an advantage. A lot of teams shorten up their rotation in the playoffs. The Heat doesn’t have to do that. They can adjust to whatever Philadelphia is running and counter that.

According to SportsLine data scientist Stephen Oh, the 76ers have a 14.3 percent chance to win the conference and a 3.8 percent chance to win it all. The Heat, on the other hand, has 1.2 percent chance to win the conference and a 0.5 percent chance to win the Finals. SportsLine will have game-by-game gambling advice for every playoff series here.

The Philadelphia 76ers, riding a historic 16-game win streak, host the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the 2018 NBA playoffs Saturday at 8 p.m. ET. The Sixers are seven-point favorites at home, while the over-under, or total points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 212, up two from the opening line.

Before picking either side, you need to read what SportsLine senior analyst Larry Hartstein — who has put together a sizzling run of his own — has to say.

The veteran NBA handicapper is on an epic hot streak when it comes to picking games involving the Heat, nailing 11 of 13 picks for a ridiculous 85 percent payout rate.

On Wednesday, the final day of the regular season, he nailed Miami (-4.5) against the Raptors, a 116-109 Heat victory. He also took Philly (-6.5) in a 130-95 trouncing of Milwaukee to secure the No. 3 seed.

Hartstein has examined every matchup, every player and every trend for Saturday’s showdown and locked in his pick.

He knows the 76ers have more momentum than any team entering the NBA playoffs — ever. The 76ers have won 16 straight, the longest win streak going into the playoffs in NBA history.

They’ll be without star center Joel Embiid for Game 1, but he missed the previous eight games, and Philly won them all. Ben Simmons has certainly been doing his part during this stretch, with five triple-doubles.

Miami, the No. 6 seed, has reason to be confident. The Heat split with the Sixers 2-2 during the regular season, each team winning its games at home. Oddly, Miami had a different leading scorer in each game — Kelly Olynyk, James Johnson, Dwyane Wade and Hassan Whiteside.

None of those players is named Goran Dragic, the team’s leading scorer at 17.3 points per game, who is expected to be fully recovered from a knee injury that has cost him games down the stretch.

In Heat wins, they held Simmons to 10.5 ppg. In Sixers wins, Simmons averaged 19. Against the spread, Miami is just 2-5 in its past seven. Philly is 11-3 but has failed to cover in three of four. Hartstein says the line in this game isn’t where it should be. He’s sharing why, and who to back, at SportsLine.

NHL Playoffs 2018

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2018 NHL Playoffs: Jets vs. Wild schedule, results, TV info, odds, predictions and matchup breakdown…
Read and Know About Jets vs Wild- The Western Conference might be home to the first-round matchup with the hottest team of the 2017-18 Stanley Cup playoffs, and that matchup has nothing to do with the Presidents’ Trophy-winning Nashville Predators. Down the stretch, the Winnipeg Jets proved they can be an absolute force, and they got off to a good start in their opening-round series against the Minnesota Wild, taking a commanding 2-0 lead.

The Jets entered the playoffs on a five-game winning streak and a 9-1 record over their last 10, and they’re far ahead of schedule, leapfrogging preseason expectations of playing spoiler to enter their first postseason series in three years. They’re the favorites against the Minnesota Wild, who have now been to the playoffs six years in a row. Minnesota, meanwhile, are in quite a different position, having long accomplished the goal of reaching the Cup hunt but always failing to advance.

Here, we break down every angle of the Central Division showdown and offer our predictions. This is where the Jets do their damage, and it’s where they should be able to scare Minnesota on a nightly basis. Patrik Laine was worthy of the spotlight in 2016-17, but this year, he’s even better. Mark Scheifele’s health could be worrisome down the road, but Winnipeg simply isn’t lacking for firepower otherwise, scoring more than anyone except the Tampa Bay Lightning and Toronto Maple Leafs. Eric Staal should produce, but the Wild will need Zach Parise to be on another level to have a shot.Had Ryan Suter not broken his ankle, the Wild might hve matched up more evenly here. Even if Jonas Brodin and Matt Dumba step up, they’re going to face a tall task trying to slow the Jets’ young scorers, whereas Winnipeg has allowed the fifth-fewest goals per game with the help of some top-tier goaltending. The Jets’ giveaway totals aren’t great, so the Wild could benefit there, but it’s still hard to give Minnesota a definitive edge.Devan Dubnyk has proven capable of putting the Wild on his back and carrying the team to victory, so his talent isn’t to be overlooked. In fact, in any other matchup, he’d probably be close to a lock of a favorite, especially since he was nimble to close the regular season. This isn’t any other matchup, though, and the man in between the pipes on the other end of the ice is Connor Hellebuyck, who’s done nothing but dominate in a career year, logging six shutouts and an NHL-best 44 wins.If the Wild can bait the Jets into the kind of penalties they fell victim to in recent seasons, maybe Minnesota will have a shot to offset some of Winnipeg’s statistical advantages here, but the safe bet is on the Jets simply overpowering their division rivals with the strength of their power play. The Wild’s penalty kill hasn’t been that much worse than Winnipeg’s, but the latter has also been a force with extra-man advantages, ranking fifth in the NHL in power-play success.Benjamin: It was nice to see such a big year from Staal, and the Wild have a couple guys, like Joel Eriksson Ek, who could be primed for a playoff emergence, but there’s just way too much high-powered talent — starting with Laine — on the Jets to ignore Winnipeg’s momentum, which is unfolding a year ahead of schedule. Jets in 5.

Blackburn: Winnipeg is so dangerous and deep up front. It’s hard to imagine Minnesota being able to hang with the Jets’ explosive offense, especially with Ryan Suter and (possibly) Jared Spurgeon out of the lineup. Jets in 5.

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Read and Know About Jets vs Wild- The Western Conference might be home to the first-round matchup with the hottest team of the 2017-18 Stanley Cup playoffs, and that matchup has nothing to do with the Presidents’ Trophy-winning Nashville Predators. Down the stretch, the Winnipeg Jets proved they can be an absolute force, and they got off to a good start in their opening-round series against the Minnesota Wild, taking a commanding 2-0 lead.

The Jets entered the playoffs on a five-game winning streak and a 9-1 record over their last 10, and they’re far ahead of schedule, leapfrogging preseason expectations of playing spoiler to enter their first postseason series in three years. They’re the favorites against the Minnesota Wild, who have now been to the playoffs six years in a row. Minnesota, meanwhile, are in quite a different position, having long accomplished the goal of reaching the Cup hunt but always failing to advance.

Here, we break down every angle of the Central Division showdown and offer our predictions. This is where the Jets do their damage, and it’s where they should be able to scare Minnesota on a nightly basis. Patrik Laine was worthy of the spotlight in 2016-17, but this year, he’s even better. Mark Scheifele’s health could be worrisome down the road, but Winnipeg simply isn’t lacking for firepower otherwise, scoring more than anyone except the Tampa Bay Lightning and Toronto Maple Leafs. Eric Staal should produce, but the Wild will need Zach Parise to be on another level to have a shot.Had Ryan Suter not broken his ankle, the Wild might hve matched up more evenly here. Even if Jonas Brodin and Matt Dumba step up, they’re going to face a tall task trying to slow the Jets’ young scorers, whereas Winnipeg has allowed the fifth-fewest goals per game with the help of some top-tier goaltending. The Jets’ giveaway totals aren’t great, so the Wild could benefit there, but it’s still hard to give Minnesota a definitive edge.Devan Dubnyk has proven capable of putting the Wild on his back and carrying the team to victory, so his talent isn’t to be overlooked. In fact, in any other matchup, he’d probably be close to a lock of a favorite, especially since he was nimble to close the regular season. This isn’t any other matchup, though, and the man in between the pipes on the other end of the ice is Connor Hellebuyck, who’s done nothing but dominate in a career year, logging six shutouts and an NHL-best 44 wins.If the Wild can bait the Jets into the kind of penalties they fell victim to in recent seasons, maybe Minnesota will have a shot to offset some of Winnipeg’s statistical advantages here, but the safe bet is on the Jets simply overpowering their division rivals with the strength of their power play. The Wild’s penalty kill hasn’t been that much worse than Winnipeg’s, but the latter has also been a force with extra-man advantages, ranking fifth in the NHL in power-play success.Benjamin: It was nice to see such a big year from Staal, and the Wild have a couple guys, like Joel Eriksson Ek, who could be primed for a playoff emergence, but there’s just way too much high-powered talent — starting with Laine — on the Jets to ignore Winnipeg’s momentum, which is unfolding a year ahead of schedule. Jets in 5.

Blackburn: Winnipeg is so dangerous and deep up front. It’s hard to imagine Minnesota being able to hang with the Jets’ explosive offense, especially with Ryan Suter and (possibly) Jared Spurgeon out of the lineup. Jets in 5.

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2018 NHL Playoffs: Jets vs. Wild schedule, results, TV info, odds, predictions and matchup breakdown…
Read and Know About Jets vs Wild- The Western Conference might be home to the first-round matchup with the hottest team of the 2017-18 Stanley Cup playoffs, and that matchup has nothing to do with the Presidents’ Trophy-winning Nashville Predators. Down the stretch, the Winnipeg Jets proved they can be an absolute force, and they got off to a good start in their opening-round series against the Minnesota Wild, taking a commanding 2-0 lead.

The Jets entered the playoffs on a five-game winning streak and a 9-1 record over their last 10, and they’re far ahead of schedule, leapfrogging preseason expectations of playing spoiler to enter their first postseason series in three years. They’re the favorites against the Minnesota Wild, who have now been to the playoffs six years in a row. Minnesota, meanwhile, are in quite a different position, having long accomplished the goal of reaching the Cup hunt but always failing to advance.

Here, we break down every angle of the Central Division showdown and offer our predictions. This is where the Jets do their damage, and it’s where they should be able to scare Minnesota on a nightly basis. Patrik Laine was worthy of the spotlight in 2016-17, but this year, he’s even better. Mark Scheifele’s health could be worrisome down the road, but Winnipeg simply isn’t lacking for firepower otherwise, scoring more than anyone except the Tampa Bay Lightning and Toronto Maple Leafs. Eric Staal should produce, but the Wild will need Zach Parise to be on another level to have a shot.Had Ryan Suter not broken his ankle, the Wild might hve matched up more evenly here. Even if Jonas Brodin and Matt Dumba step up, they’re going to face a tall task trying to slow the Jets’ young scorers, whereas Winnipeg has allowed the fifth-fewest goals per game with the help of some top-tier goaltending. The Jets’ giveaway totals aren’t great, so the Wild could benefit there, but it’s still hard to give Minnesota a definitive edge.Devan Dubnyk has proven capable of putting the Wild on his back and carrying the team to victory, so his talent isn’t to be overlooked. In fact, in any other matchup, he’d probably be close to a lock of a favorite, especially since he was nimble to close the regular season. This isn’t any other matchup, though, and the man in between the pipes on the other end of the ice is Connor Hellebuyck, who’s done nothing but dominate in a career year, logging six shutouts and an NHL-best 44 wins.If the Wild can bait the Jets into the kind of penalties they fell victim to in recent seasons, maybe Minnesota will have a shot to offset some of Winnipeg’s statistical advantages here, but the safe bet is on the Jets simply overpowering their division rivals with the strength of their power play. The Wild’s penalty kill hasn’t been that much worse than Winnipeg’s, but the latter has also been a force with extra-man advantages, ranking fifth in the NHL in power-play success.Benjamin: It was nice to see such a big year from Staal, and the Wild have a couple guys, like Joel Eriksson Ek, who could be primed for a playoff emergence, but there’s just way too much high-powered talent — starting with Laine — on the Jets to ignore Winnipeg’s momentum, which is unfolding a year ahead of schedule. Jets in 5.

Blackburn: Winnipeg is so dangerous and deep up front. It’s hard to imagine Minnesota being able to hang with the Jets’ explosive offense, especially with Ryan Suter and (possibly) Jared Spurgeon out of the lineup. Jets in 5.

ATP Monte Carlo Rolex Masters 2018

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Following the ‘Sunshine Double’, which was completed less than two weeks ago, Masters 1000 action kicks off once again this week, with several of the top ATP stars heading to the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters.One big notable name missing is Roger Federer, who is skipping the entire clay court season, though the tournament sees the return of world number one Rafael Nadal, a ten-time champion in Monte Carlo who will be making his first appearance on the ATP Tour since his retirement in the Australian Open last eight.

Marin Cilic, Alexander Zverev, and Grigor Dimitrov round out the top four seeds.This section of the draw is undoubtedly highlighted by the return of the ‘King of Clay’, who looked mighty impressive in his return at the Davis Cup this past weekend, though this section is graced by two other notable names; fifth seed Thiem, who is back on by far his best surface, and former champion Novak Djokovic, who is continuing his return to the tour.

Goffin does not necessarily have an easy start, with Denis Shapovalov a potential second round opponent for the Belgian, whilst projected third round opponent 11th seed Roberto Bautista Agut has played well in Monte Carlo in the past. Dimitrov may also have a tricky start against either Paolo Lorenzi or Filip Krajinovic, though his projected third round opponent, 15th seed and 2017 runner-up Albert Ramos-Vinolas, has been struggling for form of late. Several dangerous players are here, such as clay-court specialist Philipp Kohlschreiber and Benoit Paire, though both Dimitrov and Goffin will be hopeful of kickstarting their seasons.

After an average start to the season, Zverev kickstarted his season with a run to the final in Miami, and having played well on clay before, he could be primed for a strong run on what is his first tournament of the surface. The German should start well, with Gilles Muller his likely (and a beatable first round opponent), though a potential third round clash against 13th seed Fabio Fognini could prove to be interesting; the Italian starts against a qualifier, and has been fairly consistent in the early stages of the 2018 season.

The 2018 Monte Carlo Masters got underway on Sunday as the beginning of the singles draw marked its official opening, and Karen Khachanov beat Thanasi Kokkinakis to become the first entrant to play his way into the second round.Khachanov defeated Kokkinakis 7-5, 6-4 and will face either Gilles Simon or Adrian Mannarino in the next stage of the competition, with that French duo scheduled to face off on Monday afternoon.Mischa Zverev is also into the second round after beating Canadian teenager Felix Auger-Aliassime in three sets.

The German looked on course for a straightforward win after taking the first set 6-2 but dropped the second on a tie-break. He came roaring back in the third set and clinched it 6-1 to book a meeting with France’s Lucas Pouille.The French revolution continued as Pierre-Hugues Herbert defeated Andrej Martin 6-3, 6-3. Italy also had a pair of competitors advance, as Andreas Seppi and Marco Cecchinato progressed from the batch of qualifiers.Read on for a roundup of Sunday’s results from Roquebrune-Cap-Martin in France.

Only two breaks were conceded in the match: Kokkinakis in his last service of the first set and his penultimate serve in the second—two well-timed pushes from Khachanov that mean his contest continues.Chardy and Hugues-Herbert advanced following wins over Mahut and Martin, with neither looking particularly troubled as they made their return to rubbing shoulders with some of the sport’s more elite stars.

Seppi and Cecchinato also went through after they got the better of Spaniards Marcel Granollers-Pujol and Guillermo Garcia-Lopez, respectively.Cecchinato faced early opposition from Garcia-Lopez, but the 34-year-old’s stamina appeared to wilt as he faded to a 6-4, 6-2 defeat. Seppi, meanwhile, rarely looked to be out of second gear as he beat Granollers-Pujol 6-3, 6-3.

Stefanos Tsitsipas will join them in the main draw after the 19-year-old Greek challenger beat Bosnian Mirza Basic 6-1, 6-4, as will Dusan Lajovic after he triumphed 6-4, 6-4 over Sergiy Stakhovsky.German Florian Mayer advanced as a lucky loser at the Monte Carlo Masters despite suffering a 7-5, 6-0 defeat to Ilya Ivashka, the Belarusian who will face off against Fabio Fognini in his first-round fixture.

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2018 NHL Playoffs: Jets vs. Wild schedule, results, TV info, odds, predictions and matchup breakdown…
Read and Know About Jets vs Wild- The Western Conference might be home to the first-round matchup with the hottest team of the 2017-18 Stanley Cup playoffs, and that matchup has nothing to do with the Presidents’ Trophy-winning Nashville Predators. Down the stretch, the Winnipeg Jets proved they can be an absolute force, and they got off to a good start in their opening-round series against the Minnesota Wild, taking a commanding 2-0 lead.

The Jets entered the playoffs on a five-game winning streak and a 9-1 record over their last 10, and they’re far ahead of schedule, leapfrogging preseason expectations of playing spoiler to enter their first postseason series in three years. They’re the favorites against the Minnesota Wild, who have now been to the playoffs six years in a row. Minnesota, meanwhile, are in quite a different position, having long accomplished the goal of reaching the Cup hunt but always failing to advance.

Here, we break down every angle of the Central Division showdown and offer our predictions. This is where the Jets do their damage, and it’s where they should be able to scare Minnesota on a nightly basis. Patrik Laine was worthy of the spotlight in 2016-17, but this year, he’s even better. Mark Scheifele’s health could be worrisome down the road, but Winnipeg simply isn’t lacking for firepower otherwise, scoring more than anyone except the Tampa Bay Lightning and Toronto Maple Leafs. Eric Staal should produce, but the Wild will need Zach Parise to be on another level to have a shot.Had Ryan Suter not broken his ankle, the Wild might hve matched up more evenly here. Even if Jonas Brodin and Matt Dumba step up, they’re going to face a tall task trying to slow the Jets’ young scorers, whereas Winnipeg has allowed the fifth-fewest goals per game with the help of some top-tier goaltending. The Jets’ giveaway totals aren’t great, so the Wild could benefit there, but it’s still hard to give Minnesota a definitive edge.Devan Dubnyk has proven capable of putting the Wild on his back and carrying the team to victory, so his talent isn’t to be overlooked. In fact, in any other matchup, he’d probably be close to a lock of a favorite, especially since he was nimble to close the regular season. This isn’t any other matchup, though, and the man in between the pipes on the other end of the ice is Connor Hellebuyck, who’s done nothing but dominate in a career year, logging six shutouts and an NHL-best 44 wins.If the Wild can bait the Jets into the kind of penalties they fell victim to in recent seasons, maybe Minnesota will have a shot to offset some of Winnipeg’s statistical advantages here, but the safe bet is on the Jets simply overpowering their division rivals with the strength of their power play. The Wild’s penalty kill hasn’t been that much worse than Winnipeg’s, but the latter has also been a force with extra-man advantages, ranking fifth in the NHL in power-play success.Benjamin: It was nice to see such a big year from Staal, and the Wild have a couple guys, like Joel Eriksson Ek, who could be primed for a playoff emergence, but there’s just way too much high-powered talent — starting with Laine — on the Jets to ignore Winnipeg’s momentum, which is unfolding a year ahead of schedule. Jets in 5.

Blackburn: Winnipeg is so dangerous and deep up front. It’s hard to imagine Minnesota being able to hang with the Jets’ explosive offense, especially with Ryan Suter and (possibly) Jared Spurgeon out of the lineup. Jets in 5.

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2018 NHL Playoffs: Jets vs. Wild schedule, results, TV info, odds, predictions and matchup breakdown…
Read and Know About Jets vs Wild- The Western Conference might be home to the first-round matchup with the hottest team of the 2017-18 Stanley Cup playoffs, and that matchup has nothing to do with the Presidents’ Trophy-winning Nashville Predators. Down the stretch, the Winnipeg Jets proved they can be an absolute force, and they got off to a good start in their opening-round series against the Minnesota Wild, taking a commanding 2-0 lead.

The Jets entered the playoffs on a five-game winning streak and a 9-1 record over their last 10, and they’re far ahead of schedule, leapfrogging preseason expectations of playing spoiler to enter their first postseason series in three years. They’re the favorites against the Minnesota Wild, who have now been to the playoffs six years in a row. Minnesota, meanwhile, are in quite a different position, having long accomplished the goal of reaching the Cup hunt but always failing to advance.

Here, we break down every angle of the Central Division showdown and offer our predictions. This is where the Jets do their damage, and it’s where they should be able to scare Minnesota on a nightly basis. Patrik Laine was worthy of the spotlight in 2016-17, but this year, he’s even better. Mark Scheifele’s health could be worrisome down the road, but Winnipeg simply isn’t lacking for firepower otherwise, scoring more than anyone except the Tampa Bay Lightning and Toronto Maple Leafs. Eric Staal should produce, but the Wild will need Zach Parise to be on another level to have a shot.Had Ryan Suter not broken his ankle, the Wild might hve matched up more evenly here. Even if Jonas Brodin and Matt Dumba step up, they’re going to face a tall task trying to slow the Jets’ young scorers, whereas Winnipeg has allowed the fifth-fewest goals per game with the help of some top-tier goaltending. The Jets’ giveaway totals aren’t great, so the Wild could benefit there, but it’s still hard to give Minnesota a definitive edge.Devan Dubnyk has proven capable of putting the Wild on his back and carrying the team to victory, so his talent isn’t to be overlooked. In fact, in any other matchup, he’d probably be close to a lock of a favorite, especially since he was nimble to close the regular season. This isn’t any other matchup, though, and the man in between the pipes on the other end of the ice is Connor Hellebuyck, who’s done nothing but dominate in a career year, logging six shutouts and an NHL-best 44 wins.If the Wild can bait the Jets into the kind of penalties they fell victim to in recent seasons, maybe Minnesota will have a shot to offset some of Winnipeg’s statistical advantages here, but the safe bet is on the Jets simply overpowering their division rivals with the strength of their power play. The Wild’s penalty kill hasn’t been that much worse than Winnipeg’s, but the latter has also been a force with extra-man advantages, ranking fifth in the NHL in power-play success.Benjamin: It was nice to see such a big year from Staal, and the Wild have a couple guys, like Joel Eriksson Ek, who could be primed for a playoff emergence, but there’s just way too much high-powered talent — starting with Laine — on the Jets to ignore Winnipeg’s momentum, which is unfolding a year ahead of schedule. Jets in 5.

Blackburn: Winnipeg is so dangerous and deep up front. It’s hard to imagine Minnesota being able to hang with the Jets’ explosive offense, especially with Ryan Suter and (possibly) Jared Spurgeon out of the lineup. Jets in 5.

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Just under 24 hours after the conclusion of WrestleMania 34, WWE had an opportunity to knock their “night after” show out of the park. And while the company did have some surprises in store for Raw, it’s hard to claim that the totality of those moments did enough to generate for the lack of heat that was obvious over the course of the three-hour show.

Bobby Lashley received a warm welcome upon his return to WWE, as did a trio of NXT call-ups in Ember Moon, the Authors of Pain and No Way Jose. Samoa Joe and Jeff Hardy also came back from health issues, and it was clear that their impact on the show was greater than the aforementioned five superstars combined.

It will be interesting to see what WWE does to counter such a lineup Tuesday night on SmackDown, but unless they put some big-time names on that show, it is going to once again feel like an embarrassment of riches on one brand and a relative lack of star power on the other. Of course, WWE also announced a Superstar Shake-Up next week, so anything can happen.After the Raw commissioner opened the show praising herself for her performance at WrestleMania while fighting off chants from the crowd, she introduced Rousey and claimed they will do great things together now that the WWE machine is behind Rousey. This led the former UFC champion to shake McMahon’s hand and hug her … only to quickly turn and lock her into the armbar submission. McMahon tapped out immediately. The crowd was hot for the entire segment, razzing McMahon and cheering on Rousey. It was rather formulaic and expected but nevertheless successful.Before the match, Bliss cut a promo on Jax’s weight, calling the new champion the real bully and saying she lost only out of compassion for James being injured. Jax cut bliss off, telling her to shut it before introducing Moon. The quick match featured Moon and saw the newcomer hit her Eclipse on the former women’s champ Bliss for the clean win. Solid pop and top-notch performance by Moon in her debut. Strong move by WWE letting her pin Bliss.

Walking up to Raw general manager Kurt Angle alongside Nicholas, Strowman vacated the Raw tag team championship due to a scheduling conflict on the part of Nicholas. The youngster then shouted Strowman’s catch phrase as the crowd popped. Whether you like the move with Nicholas or not, the fact that Strowman gave up the titles is absurd. That’s twice in the last few months champions have just relinquished titles for no good reason.

After complaining that they deserved the tag team titles back, The Bar was told they would get a chance to win them by facing the finalists of a two-week Tag Team Eliminator tournament at the Greatest Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia. Good enough rebound from the Strowman segment. Grade: B

The Revival def. Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows via pinfall (Tag Team Eliminator semifinal): A blind tag allows The Revival to get the upper hand on Anderson, surprising him with the Shatter Machine for the clean win. There were multiple beach balls during the match, which was absurd during a good bout. Grade: C+

Jeff Hardy returns, intercontinental title picture murky: New intercontinental champion Seth Rollins put over that every member of The Shield is now a Grand Slam champion, but as Rollins was about it take it further, Finn Bálor interrupted to say that Rollins deserved the title but never beat him for it. As Rollins agreed to make Bálor the No. 1 contender, The Miz’s music hit. He said Rollins did not deserve the title and that beating him made his newborn daughter and wife Maryse cry, in turn making him cry. Rollins said everyone cries when they watch him wrestle, and he may be good but he can’t lace Rollins’ boots. The Miz said Bálor is owed nothing but he deserves a rematch – at Backlash. After challenging Rollins and Bálor to a handicap match, Hardy jumped in to make the save, though the match never happened. Bálor can never successfully challenge anyone, and it didn’t necessarily make sense to have Hardy there.

With tears in her eyes, Paige grabbed a mic after the match and told fans what she has known for a while: She can no longer perform as an in-ring competitor. Paige thanked all her supporters, all the women superstars, and her family — as well as both Daniel Bryan and Edge, who she says have given her hope. Paige thanked the crowd, the same one she made her debut in front of four years ago, and appeared to be saying she was done with WWE complete as the crowd chanted, “This is your house!”

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2018 NHL Playoffs: Jets vs. Wild schedule, results, TV info, odds, predictions and matchup breakdown…
Read and Know About Jets vs Wild- The Western Conference might be home to the first-round matchup with the hottest team of the 2017-18 Stanley Cup playoffs, and that matchup has nothing to do with the Presidents’ Trophy-winning Nashville Predators. Down the stretch, the Winnipeg Jets proved they can be an absolute force, and they got off to a good start in their opening-round series against the Minnesota Wild, taking a commanding 2-0 lead.

The Jets entered the playoffs on a five-game winning streak and a 9-1 record over their last 10, and they’re far ahead of schedule, leapfrogging preseason expectations of playing spoiler to enter their first postseason series in three years. They’re the favorites against the Minnesota Wild, who have now been to the playoffs six years in a row. Minnesota, meanwhile, are in quite a different position, having long accomplished the goal of reaching the Cup hunt but always failing to advance.

Here, we break down every angle of the Central Division showdown and offer our predictions. This is where the Jets do their damage, and it’s where they should be able to scare Minnesota on a nightly basis. Patrik Laine was worthy of the spotlight in 2016-17, but this year, he’s even better. Mark Scheifele’s health could be worrisome down the road, but Winnipeg simply isn’t lacking for firepower otherwise, scoring more than anyone except the Tampa Bay Lightning and Toronto Maple Leafs. Eric Staal should produce, but the Wild will need Zach Parise to be on another level to have a shot.Had Ryan Suter not broken his ankle, the Wild might hve matched up more evenly here. Even if Jonas Brodin and Matt Dumba step up, they’re going to face a tall task trying to slow the Jets’ young scorers, whereas Winnipeg has allowed the fifth-fewest goals per game with the help of some top-tier goaltending. The Jets’ giveaway totals aren’t great, so the Wild could benefit there, but it’s still hard to give Minnesota a definitive edge.Devan Dubnyk has proven capable of putting the Wild on his back and carrying the team to victory, so his talent isn’t to be overlooked. In fact, in any other matchup, he’d probably be close to a lock of a favorite, especially since he was nimble to close the regular season. This isn’t any other matchup, though, and the man in between the pipes on the other end of the ice is Connor Hellebuyck, who’s done nothing but dominate in a career year, logging six shutouts and an NHL-best 44 wins.If the Wild can bait the Jets into the kind of penalties they fell victim to in recent seasons, maybe Minnesota will have a shot to offset some of Winnipeg’s statistical advantages here, but the safe bet is on the Jets simply overpowering their division rivals with the strength of their power play. The Wild’s penalty kill hasn’t been that much worse than Winnipeg’s, but the latter has also been a force with extra-man advantages, ranking fifth in the NHL in power-play success.Benjamin: It was nice to see such a big year from Staal, and the Wild have a couple guys, like Joel Eriksson Ek, who could be primed for a playoff emergence, but there’s just way too much high-powered talent — starting with Laine — on the Jets to ignore Winnipeg’s momentum, which is unfolding a year ahead of schedule. Jets in 5.

Blackburn: Winnipeg is so dangerous and deep up front. It’s hard to imagine Minnesota being able to hang with the Jets’ explosive offense, especially with Ryan Suter and (possibly) Jared Spurgeon out of the lineup. Jets in 5.

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Six more Major League Baseball games were wiped out Sunday, running this season’s total number of postponements to 21 in only 2 1/2 weeks. It’s baseball’s highest number through the end of April since it had 26 in 2007, and there are still a couple weeks to go this month.

The last time six games were wiped out in a single day was Sept. 12, 2008, and that situation was partly caused by Hurricane Ike battering the Gulf Coast. There was more dicey weather in the forecast for Monday, and Boston postponed its annual Patriots’ Day game for the first time since 1984.

“If it was up to me, no one would play north of Atlanta or east of Colorado in the first few weeks, but that’s not going to happen,” Braves reliever Peter Moylan said.

Aaron Judge and the Yankees were set to play a doubleheader against the Tigers after a rainout on Saturday, but the twin bill was pulled, too, with icicles all over Comerica Park. The last three games of Minnesota’s series at Target Field against the Chicago White Sox were lost to rain, then a blizzard.

Also postponed were Blue Jays at Indians, and Braves at Cubs one day after the teams played through miserable conditions at Wrigley Field.

The start of St. Louis’ game at Cincinnati was delayed for more than 2 hours because of the weather. Fans and players wore ski masks at Citi Field, and there was free hot chocolate at the concession stands at Fenway Park.

It was 31 degrees in Kansas City with an 18 mph wind, making it feel like 20 degrees. A night earlier, the Angels and Royals finished up in the snow.

This major league season began on March 29 for its earliest start ever, excluding special openers in international sites such as Japan and Australia. It also spans 187 days, instead of 183, as part of the labor agreement between players and owners, but that extra room to maneuver is taking a hit.

Chicago’s game against Atlanta was rescheduled for May 14, creating a stretch of 11 games in 10 days for the Cubs and 16 straight games for the Braves without an off day. Cleveland plays 18 games in three cities over 17 days after its weekend against Toronto was rescheduled for a traditional doubleheader on May 3.

The Angels get to return to Kansas City on June 25, between a home series against Toronto and a visit to Boston. The Yankees had a nine-game, three-city trip turn into 11 games and four cities when they were rescheduled for a doubleheader June 4 in Detroit, but at least that stretch concludes back in New York at the crosstown Mets.

Molitor and the Twins were set to escape chilly Minnesota for the warmth of Puerto Rico and a two-game series against Cleveland beginning on Tuesday night. Molitor planned to hold an optional workout Monday in Puerto Rico after the lost weekend against the White Sox.

“Baseball’s all about a routine, developing a routine and going about yourself every day at the park, knowing when you’re going to play and all that stuff,” Twins second baseman Brian Dozier said. “It does throw you for a loop, I guess, in that sense. At the same time, we make a living ad-libbing. You got to ad-lib in this game and you got to take it in stride.”