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WorldNBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday

13:55  13 june  2019
13:55  13 june  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

Cardi B performs in bathrobe after her outfit rips at Bonnaroo

Cardi B performs in bathrobe after her outfit rips at Bonnaroo After weeks of worry from Bonnaroo ticketholders, world-famous rapper Carid B did indeed make it to the festival – but still, she faced setbacks. “I just wanna let y’all know that my outfit rip,” she told her audience, just a few songs into her set. She pressed through for a couple of minutes, then vanished from the stage. After a time-filling singalong of “Old Town Road,” she reemerged – in a white bathrobe. “We gonna keep it moving, baby,” she said. “We gonna keep it sexy.

5 things you need to know Thursday . The biggest news to start your day. In the first trilogy in NBA Finals history, the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers will face off in Game 1 of the 2017 finals Thursday — the third finals appearance in a row for the teams.

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NBA Finals: Warriors fight to survive in Game 6 vs. Raptors

When Game 6 of the NBA Finals tips off Thursday night (9 p.m. ET) in Oakland, one of the best players in basketball won’t be on the court. Can the Warriors keep their season alive without Kevin Durant, who suffered a devastating Achilles injury in Game 5? The odds aren’t in their favor – only one team has ever come back from a 3-1 deficit in the Finals (Cleveland in 2016) – but this is the last game in Oracle Arena, win or lose, so you better believe they’re going to come out on fire.

NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday
NBA Finals Game 6, U.S. Open, Bonnaroo: 5 things to know Thursday

Drugs, alcohol and suicide hit young adults hardest, study finds

Young adults were more likely than any other age group to die from drugs, alcohol and suicide over the past decade, a new study released Thursday finds. Drug-related deaths among people 18 to 34 soared 108% between 2007 and 2017, while alcohol deaths were up 69% and suicides increased 35%, according to the latest federal data by non-profit Trust for America's Health and Well Being Trust. The study comes after another report this week found post-Affordable Care Act gains in coverage for treatment of addiction and other health problems has stalled and even eroded in some states. John Auerbach, CEO of the Trust for America's Health and Massachusetts' former health secretary, cites "burdensome levels of education debt," the cost of housing and the challenge of building careers during the "great recession" and the opioid crisis.

Bonnaroo festival-goer death: Man who was found unresponsive had been camping with his dad

Bonnaroo festival-goer death: Man who was found unresponsive had been camping with his dad A 27-year-old Bonnaroo festival attendee died Saturday in Tennessee, officials confirmed.

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Golfing greats tee off at U.S. Open

Brooks Koepka, the two-time defending champion of the U.S. Open, and Dustin Johnson, the world’s No. 1 ranked player, are the favorites to win the national championship at Pebble Beach Golf Links. Koepka admittedly has a chip on his shoulder, and he’s proven that past slights have motivated him at golf’s major championships. This time he’s miffed that a Fox promo for the Open didn’t include him. Koepka’s latest rant could be bad news for the rest of the field, which includes Tiger Woods, who says he’s trending in the right direction after missing the cut at the PGA Championship, and Rory McIlroy, who comes in as perhaps the hottest golfer in the world after shooting a 61 on Sunday. Woods tees off at 5:09 p.m. ET in Thursday’s opening round.

Warriors rally, force Game 6 in NBA Finals

Warriors rally, force Game 6 in NBA Finals Kyle Lowry's 3-pointer at the buzzer was well off, and the Golden State Warriors rallied from a six-point deficit in the final three minutes to beat the Toronto Raptors 106-105 in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Monday night. BOX SCORE: WARRIORS 106, RAPTORS 105 The Raptors still lead the series 3-2. Game 6 is Thursday at Oracle Arena. Kevin Durant left the game injured and Kevon Looney did the same, but the Warriors still found a way. Stephen Curry scored 31 points and Klay Thompson had 26 for the Warriors. Kawhi Leonard had 26 for the Raptors. Lowry finished with 18.

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NBA finals , Mexico tariffs and Southern Baptist meeting: 5 things you need to know Monday. The Raptors face the Warriors, the Mexico Toronto Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard (2) drives against Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson (11) during the second half of Game 4 of basketball ’ s

Music fans, rejoice: Bonnaroo is back!

Seventeen years after selling out its inaugural festival, Bonnaroo is once again on top. Despite seeing a "dip in attendance," the Manchester, Tennessee, four-day music festival kicks off in earnest Thursday after making huge overhauls in campgrounds and round-the-clock entertainment and activities. This year's Bonnaroo is headlined by Childish Gambino Post Malone, Cardi B and Phish, whose own festivals in the '90s inspired the first Bonnaroo. One noticeable thing fans won't see at the festival? The iconic arch, which was burned intentionally and dismantled due to "significant structural issues." If you're heading to Bonnaroo, you'll want to add at least a few of these acts to your schedule.

DeMarcus Cousins admits his conditioning has been an issue in NBA Finals

DeMarcus Cousins admits his conditioning has been an issue in NBA Finals DeMarcus Cousins has had some stretches of play during the NBA Finals where he looks like his old self, but there have been other times when he looks extremely rusty. That was to be expected after he suffered a torn quad muscle less than two months ago, and the All-Star big man admits he is dealing with some conditioning issues. Cousins said this week that he has been trying to “push through” and simply doesn’t know how his body will react from day to day. “I’m still at the point where I’m trying to train my legs to be at that level 100 percent of the time. I just haven’t had time to focus on that,” Cousins admitted this week, via Anthony Slater of The Athletic.

The Warriors stay alive and force a Game 6 back at Oracle on Thursday night. After Durant left the game , the Warriors got a nice boost from DeMarcus Cousins on the offensive end and managed to ESPN' s Brian Windhorst reported that Durant tried to do some things in practice, but it didn't go well

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Amanda Knox returns to Italy

Eight years ago, Amanda Knox was released from Italian prison after being wrongfully convicted and incarcerated for the sexual assault and 2007 murder of her roommate in Perugia. Now, she's back in Italy. On Thursday, Knox, 31, will speak to the Italy Innocence Project, taking place from June 13-15 in Modena, Italy. Before returning, Knox penned an essay focusing on her "surreal" and "involuntary" life in the spotlight and the media attention she has endured over the years. "Someone’s life may make a great story, but it’s still their life," Knox wrote.

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NBA Finals 2019: 3 takeaways from Warriors' thrilling Game 5 win over Raptors.
Although Kevin Durant and Kevon Looney re-aggravated injuries in the contest and left the game, the Warriors held on. The Warriors will head back to Oracle Arena for Game 6 in hopes of forcing a Game 7. Here are three takeaways from Golden State's season-saving victory: The Warriors were hot from deep Golden State made five straight 3-pointers early in the first quarter, and its efficient shooting carried it throughout the game. The Warriors finished with 20 made 3-pointers compared to Toronto's eight. Despite this large margin, the Raptors kept things close, so a cold night could tip the scales moving forward.

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