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SINGING FOR THE MOMENT — It’s summer, and Game 7 is in the air.
Regardless of what happens in tonight’s Game 5 of the NBA Finals, we’ll always have Lord Stanley’s Cup, as well as what the Raptors did to the Warriors — and all that occurred on a Jr. Jazz basketball court last week.
And we’ll always have the magic that happened in St. Louis before Sunday night’s Game 6.
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Listen to those Blues
For 19 years, St. Louis Blues fans have been greeted by the charming pipes of Charles Glenn as he sang the national anthem prior to every home game at Enterprise Arena.
"The Star-Spangled Banner." "O Canada." It didn’t matter; Glenn was there to sing them all for the Blues faithful.
Sunday night was his final performance — and what a performance it was.
Glenn is retiring after this season due to complications from multiple sclerosis, and with Sunday’s home finale in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final, he laid it all on the line for the team he loves.
The Blues lost to Boston 5-1 Sunday night, which is good news for Bruins fans hoping to take a dramatic win and force Wednesday night’s Game 7 in Boston. But all hockey fans will miss the soulful sounds of Glenn, and few will forget his final ride to cap a magical season.
But where’s Uncle Jesse?
The Toronto Raptors just swept the Golden State Warriors on their home floor.
Whose house is Oracle? Raptors’ house — and the squad has the title theme to the 90’s classic "Full House" to prove it.
Naturally, Kawhi Leonard plays the role of John Stamos, and Pascal Siakam is demonstrative as Bob Saget.
But our favorite is Toronto coach Nick Nurse as Lori Laughlin.
Game 6 tips Monday night at 7 p.m. MT on ABC.
Sick spin, Little Bro
Who says the Jazz are the only ballers in the state of Utah?
Check out this rising Jr. Jazz star who dropped his little friend to the hardwood with a spin move to end all spin moves during a game last week. We don’t know you’re name or team, little man — but we salute you.
“Best number 45 in Utah to be honest,” Rudy Gobert said (no really; check out the comments).
“My dude,” responded the state’s other No. 45, Donovan Mitchell.