What you may have missed between last night and this morning
1. Basketball: The Warriors return to the top
And here comes Golden State. Four years after their last coronation, the Warriors won the 2022 NBA Finals by beating the Boston Celtics (103-90) Thursday night through Friday. Once again masterful, Stephen Curry (34 points) pocketed his first MVP trophy.
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3. Football – League 1: PSG begins contact with Galtier
PSG has decided (finally) to pass the second. In search of Mauricio Pochettino’s successor, who has not yet been officially fired, the capital club have begun the first contacts with the OGC Nice for Christophe Galtier, according to reports. The team.
4. Formula 1: FIA wants to reduce “porpoise”
It was probably time. On Thursday, the FIA announced emergency measures to reduce the “porpoise” and urged teams to “make the necessary adjustments to eliminate this phenomenon“Last Sunday in Baku, Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) finished the race completely exhausted and with a sore back.
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What you can’t miss this Friday
1. Rugby – Top 14: Castres and Toulouse face off in the semi-finals
It’s a derby that promises a lot of sparks. Tonight (9:05 pm), Castres and Toulouse will face off in the Top 14 semi-finals alongside the Allianz Riviera in Nice. At stake: a place in the final between two historic rivals. Fasten your seat belts!
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2. Cycling – Tour of Switzerland: Evenepoel has to recover
3. Formula 1 – MotoGP: Start of the Canadian and German GP
It’s an engine weekend that’s about to start. As for F1, the first free practice sessions of the Canadian Grand Prix will take place at 8 p.m. Before a second session at 11 p.m. As for MotoGP, you will be at 12:00 for free practice 1 in Germany. Of course, all results will be available on Eurosport.fr.
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