Dwyane Wade

April 25, 2010 by USA Post 

dwyane wadeDwyane Wade:USSPOST.COM,Wade blows away Celtics with 46 points,MIAMI (Reuters) – Dwyane Wade scored a playoff-career-high 46 points to help the Miami Heat to avoid elimination with a 101-92 victory over the Boston Celtics on Sunday. On the verge of being swept in the playoffs, Wade erupted for 19 points in the fourth quarter where the Heat opened with a 25-8 offensive to cut the Celtics’ best of seven series lead to 3-1.
American Bohn difference of two in New Orleans
HOUSTON (Reuters) – Jason Bohn took a two-stroke lead in the final round of the Late Classic to the climate of New Orleans in Avondale, Louisiana on Sunday after carding a one under par 71 in the third round earlier in the day. The 37-year-old American, seeking his second PGA Tour title, posted a 13-a total of 203 after 12 holes complete the last round of the rain stopped.

Do not fear no one – except Nadal, Verdasco said

BARCELONA (Reuters) – Fernando Verdasco‘s confidence on clay is through the roof, if you do not have to play Rafa Nadal, who won the Barcelona Open on Sunday. Just a week after being beaten by Spanish compatriot 6-0, 6-1 in the Monte Carlo Masters final, Robin Soderling beat Verdasco to claim the title from Barcelona.

Holders of Pittsburgh and the top seed advancing Sharks

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Matt Cooke scored twice as the Pittsburgh Penguins rallied from a 3-0 deficit to beat the Ottawa Senators 4-3 in overtime on Saturday and win their first round of the NHL playoffs. Pascal Dupuis scored the winning goal at 9:56 in the first period of extra time to seal the victory for the Stanley Cup champions, who had drawn 3-0 midway through the second period.

Fed Cup specialists Italy in the final energy

ROME (Reuters) – The Cup champion Italy in the Fed again showed their sum is greater than its parts easily fire after the Czech Republic and in one final assault on Sunday. World number 15 Flavia Pennetta, who has never threatened in the Grand Slam singles, showed his special attachment to the team competition, beating Petra Kvitova 7-6 (7-3), 6-2 to give Italy a unquestionable advantage of 3-0 in the semi-final.

The volcanic ash fall hazards replaced as marathon

LONDON (Reuters) – The steady rain on Sunday replaced clouds of volcanic ash that the main danger to the elite athletes entered in the 30th London Marathon. Temperatures of 21 degrees and clear skies had been scheduled for Sunday, but after a week of fine spring weather, the rain fell during the races and the sky remained overcast.

Trade Redskins Raiders quarterback Campbell

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Washington Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell has been traded to the Oakland Raiders for a 2012 draft pick, the teams announced on Saturday. Campbell, who started every game at quarterback for Washington in the last two seasons, became expendable when the Redskins earlier this month acquired the former head of Philadelphia Eagles Donovan McNabb.

Bohn leads to the three rain in New Orleans

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Jason Bohn celebrated his birthday on Saturday for theft of a handy three shot after the third day of rain interrupted the New Orleans Classic in Avondale, Louisiana. The American, who turned 37, was cruising along a 12-under par when bad light stopped play as the tournament organizers tried desperately to catch up after two days of torrential rain.

Bolt leads Jamaica blistering anchor for quick pass

PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) – Triple Olympic champion Usain Bolt stirring anchor leg for Jamaica was the fastest in the 4×100 meters relay years of 37.90 seconds at the Penn Relays on Saturday. Gold and green dresses Bolt blasted through the final 100 meters of an electronic timer of 8.79 seconds, one of the fastest anchor leg ever, as the Jamaicans crushed two U.S. teams to delight thousands cheers of his countrymen in the stadium full.

Rays lbs Blue Jays with seven races input

ST. PETERSBURG, Florida (Reuters) – The Tampa Bay Rays hit seven runs in the eighth inning to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 9-3 on Saturday and record his tenth win in 12 games. Jason Bartlett and Ben Zobrist both delivered two-run singles for the Rays, who trailed 3-2 before the eighth inning.

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