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After a shocking Game 1 defeat to Miami Heat, the Indiana Pacers are now bracing themselves for serious business. Pacers, last game, seemed on top of the contest until Heat reverse the momentum in the second-half. Paul George took the battle to overtime but it was LeBron James' clutch play that handed Pacers a 102-103 shock defeat. Yet Pacers are now even more motivated to beat the Heat. See if they can prove it later. Game 2 starts 08:30(GMT+8).
The Texas Rangers will look to have a better hold of AL West's top spot as they visit Safeco Field later to open another three-game series against the Seattle Mariners. Unlike the visitors, the home side are looking to be back on track in their division race after dropping their last six games. Could they end this drought in their return to the Emerald City? Game starts at 10:10(GMT+8).
Currently, the top three teams in NL West division share the same win-loss record. A tie-breaker will be played later when the Colorado Rockies head to San Francisco looking for their fourth straight against defending World Series winners Giants in this series-opener. The Rockies will be hoping to keep their momentum, after winning back-to -back against the D-backs. Game starts at 10:15(GMT+8).
-tournament-2Rockies aim a repeatUEFA Champions League final – Bayern Munchen vs. Borussia Dortmund!http://img-1-3.sbostatic.com/en/cdn/cmsi/3948.jpg
May 26 at 02:45(GMT+8) is the date set for the Champions League final. After a long dry spell Bayern once again is back looking to clinch the title in the final round, even without injured Holger Badstuber. Dortmund's Jurgen Klopp is confident that his team will outperform the Bundesliga champs, as Mats Hummels will be back in the roster for the match. See who will reign supreme between these German giants.
Coming off a scoreless draw against Montpellier, Lille will do all they can to bag more points as the season comes to a close. Saint Etienne, who is ranks one place higher than Lille, won against Marseille at 2-0 proving that momentum is still on their side. On May 27 at 03:00(GMT+8), Can Saint Etienne stay hungry enough to grab the win? Is Lille determined enough to go to a higher rank?