Last Update on April 26, 2015 23:48 GMT
UNDATED (AP) -- In a very physical game the Cleveland Cavaliers defeated Boston 101-93 to advance to the second round of the NBA playoffs. The Cavs took the best of seven series 4-0. Up next they will face the winner of the Chicago-Milwaukee series.
LeBron James led the way for Cleveland with 27 points. The Cavaliers played most of the game without Kevin Love who was sent to the locker room in the first quarter after having his shoulder wrenched in a tussle with Boston's Kelly Olynyk. Love suffered a dislocated shoulder and his status is uncertain. In the locker room he called the play "bush-league" and added he felt it was intentional.
Washington and Houston can also advance to the second round of the NBA playoffs today with a win today. The Wizards are home to the Raptors with a 3-0 lead while Houston is playing at Dallas with a 3-0 lead over the Mavericks.
The final game of the day is in San Antonio and the Spurs start play with a 2-1 lead over the Clippers.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Memphis guard Mike Conley will not play Monday night in Game 4 of the Grizzlies' playoff series with the Portland Trail Blazers. He is suffering from a facial injury. Conley left Saturday night's Game 3 in the third quarter after he appeared to be caught inadvertently by Portland guard CJ McCollum's elbow while going after the ball.
UNDATED (AP) -- The Minnesota Wild have advanced to the second round of the NHL playoffs by eliminating St. Louis in six games. Playing on the home-ice the Wild beat the Blues 4-1. The Wild will now face the Blackhawks with an eye on revenge as Chicago eliminated the Wild from last year's playoffs.
The Canadiens top the Senators by a 3-2 margin with Game 6 tonight in in Ottawa. If the Sens win to force a seventh game it will be played Tuesday night in Montreal.
UNDATED (AP) -- The White Sox finished off the Royals in the conclusion of a game they started on Friday. Avisail Garcia hit a tiebreaking RBI single with two out in the ninth inning as the Sox got the win 3-2. The game was suspended Friday night by rain after eight innings. David Robertson pitched the ninth for the win.
-- Tampa Bay has won five straight. The Rays beat the Blue Jays 5-1 as Chris Archer pitched two-hit ball over seven scoreless innings. Brandon Guyer provided all the offense with four runs batted in. The 3-2 Archer became the first American League pitcher to go four starts within one season without giving up an earned run since Zach Greinke (GREHN'-kee) did it for Kansas City in 2009.
-- Rookie Addison Russell doubled with the bases loaded and the Chicago Cubs held on for a 5-2 victory and a sweep of their rain-shortened series against the Reds. Cincinnati, which has dropped three in a row, went 0 for 20 with runners in scoring position during the two games against Chicago.
-- Miami completed a three-game sweep of the Washington Nationals with a 6-2 win. The Marlins have now won five straight after a 3-11 start. The defending NL East champion Nationals lost their fifth game in a row to fall to 7-12.
-- Ryan Howard hit his second homer in two games and the Phillies beat the Braves 5-4. Howard, who hasn't had a good start to the season, came into the game hitting.189. Jonathan Papelbon came on to get his fourth save of the season.
-- Miguel Cabrera did what he does best, homer and drive in runs, as the Tigers tripped Cleveland 8-6. Cabrera homered and drove in three runs in the win, which game the Tigers the series 2-1. Cabrera has three homers this season, all against Cleveland, and nine of his 13 RBIs this season are against the Indians.
-- Delmon Young had a big day with five runs batted in as the Orioles blew out the Red Sox 18-7. Baltimore took control with a six-run third inning and led 12-0 in the sixth. Davis, Jimmy Paredes and Steve Pearce each contributed three RBIs to the Orioles' second straight win following a five-game skid.
--Adam Lind hit a two-run homer in Milwaukee's 6-3 win over St. Louis. The Brewers, who have just two wins in their last 12 games, are off to the worst start in team history at 4-15.
The game in Denver involving the Giants and Rockies was rained out.
The night game is being played in the Bronx as the Yankees entertain the Mets in the final game of their three-game series. The Mets got the win yesterday after having their 11-game winning streak snapped on Friday.
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- St. Louis Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left Achilles and left ankle injury. The club admits he could be out much longer. The 33-year-old was injured while batting in the top of the fifth inning of a 5-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers last night. The injuries occurred after Wainwright broke from the batter's box on a fifth-inning popup.
The Card' general manager says there is a chance Wainwright might miss the rest of the season.
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The Los Angeles Dodgers have placed right fielder Yasiel Puig (yah-SEEL' pweeg) and reliever Joel Peralta on the 15-day disabled list.
Puig strained his left hamstring running out a ground ball in Friday night's victory against San Diego. Peralta has been dealing with what he described as a "dead arm."
AVONDALE, La. (AP) -- Justin Rose finished first in the PGA's Zurich (ZOOR'-ik) Classic in Avondale, Louisiana. Rose shot a final round 6-under-66 to complete play at 22-under, one in front of Cameron Tringale. Boo Weekley was another shot back.
To secure the win Rose birdied the final two holes. He has now won at least once in six seasons.
DALY CITY, Calif. (AP) -- Morgan Pressel has moved into the lead during the final round of the LPGA's Swinging Skirts Classic. She has completed eight holes and stands 10-under-par, two shots in front of Canadian teenager Brooke Henderson. World No. 1 Lydia Ko is three back after nine.