Memphis Grizzlies at Los Angeles Lakers
Friday, April 28 — Midway through the third quarter, the Lakers had a 29-point lead and were looking to put the Grizzlies away early. Laker Dennis Schröder drove to the hoop, and the Grizzlies’ defense crashed hard. Suddenly, Schroder’s teammate Anthony Davis came wide open. Schröder floated a perfect pass to Davis, who dunked it with an alley-oop over a Grizzly defender. The Lakers went on to blow out the Grizzlies 125-85.
Florida Panthers at Boston Bruins
Sunday, April 30 — Tied 3-3 with just under 12 minutes left in overtime Panther’s center Carter Verhaeghe possessed the puck just in front of the opponents goal. With an incredible wrist shot Verhaeghe scored. His goal ended the Bruins historic season. The Bruins had the best regular season of all-time, but fell in the first round of the playoffs.
Tampa Bay Rays at Chicago White Sox
Sunday, April 30 — It was the bottom of the ninth inning and the game was tied 9-9. White Sox first baseman Andrew Vaughn came to the plate with runners on the corners and 2 outs. After working the count 2-2, Vaughn got a pitch down and in, and he didn’t miss it. With a deep drive to left field, Vaughn walked off the Rays with his 3-run home run.