June 11, 2018 /Sports News – National Steph Curry on 3rd NBA Finals win in 4 years: ‘I’m pretty proud of our team’ Beau Lund Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailABC News(CLEVELAND) — NBA star Steph Curry joined Good Morning America for his first live interview since clinching the 2018 championship as the Golden State Warriors swept the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night.Curry spoke out about joining the elite handful of NBA teams that have won three or more titles.“We got it done for the third time in four years, and joined a pretty exclusive group that has won three championships, so I’m pretty proud of our team and our group and I’m looking forward to tomorrow,” Curry said. “We got a parade celebration.”Curry said his wife of seven years, Ayesha, and their two daughters, Riley and Ryan, are excited for his big win.“One day they’ll look back and hopefully appreciate the opportunity they had to be a part of championships and seeing how happy we were as a family, as a team and as an organization…” he said of his family.Curry and Ayesha are soon expecting baby number three.“I’m her biggest fan when it comes to all that she’s doing and for her to be in Cleveland to support me as we won another championship especially in her third trimester in her third pregnancy, that means a lot,” Curry said of his wife. “It kind of shows how important we are to each other.”As for what’s next, Curry said his team has an opportunity to come back “even stronger” in 2019.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Manchester United are two points further back, but would leapfrog the Gunners with victory on Sunday afternoon. Mertesacker, though, feels Arsene Wenger’s squad can take heart from their consistent performances since the turn of the year as they look to emulate their FA Cup quarter-final win at Old Trafford in March. “You could feel the disappointment in the dressing room after the Swansea game, because we gave so much, but we are still positive,” the German said. “We still have a good level of confidence, so we are looking forward to the remaining games. “It is very important (finishing in the top three) when you look at the schedule (for the start of next season), so we try to really avoid that.” Conversely, Arsenal could consign United to the Champions League play-offs with what would be a first league victory at Old Trafford since September 2006. Mertesacker believes winning the midfield battle will be crucial. “That is a major part of their game and we need to try to control it. They will want to keep the ball as much as possible,” he said. Press Association “Can we restrict that? Can we get the ball in their half and break? Francis Coquelin did really well in that role last time.” Wenger was left less than impressed by Swansea’s approach, the visitors having sat back for most of the second half, but crucially converting one of only three chances on goal. The Gunners boss, however, is expecting his side to produce the required response at Old Trafford on Sunday. “We played against a team with a 4-6 formation, who didn’t play and you are always frustrated when they manage to get away with a win,” Wenger told Arsenal Player. “On the other hand, we showed a lot of quality, but were not very good in our finishing and guilty of giving away a mistake (for their goal). “It is (disappointing), but we should get encouragement because if we have done it for 10 games, we can do it again. We haven’t lost our quality here, so let’s restart on Sunday. “Of course it makes that game important because the way you respond to a defeat always gives you a big (indication that) the team is strong mentally and that is what is expected of us on Sunday.” Despite remaining positive for the run-in, which finishes with home games against Sunderland and West Brom, Mertesacker accepts Arsenal’s defensive shortcomings could again prove costly in the battle for a top-three finish. Jefferson Montero’s deep ball into the Arsenal penalty area picked out Swansea’s lone forward Gomis, who got between the two centre-backs to head into the bottom corner, with goalkeeper David Ospina also caught out of position. “That is how quickly football can change. When you don’t execute, you get punished. That was a good reminder how important it is to score, how important it is to get the opener when you have the opportunities. When you don’t do that in the Premier League, you are battling for fourth place, not second. How simple is that?” the German said. The 2015 FA Community Shield is set for Wembley on August 2 ahead of an early start to the new domestic campaign. With such little down time over the summer, Mertesacker accepts Arsenal could be caught out if they are not fresh to play another crucial Champions League qualifier. He said: “I think, even for non-international players, the (summer) break is pretty weird, and we have a couple of under-21 players (at the European Championships), a couple at the Copa America (in Chile), so it will again be a tight schedule and we will try to really avoid that (qualifier).” Defender Per Mertesacker sees no reason why Arsenal should not head to Old Trafford confident of securing automatic Champions League qualification despite the frustration of a 1-0 home defeat by Swansea. The Gunners saw their 10-match unbeaten run in the Barclays Premier League brought to an end by the Welsh side on Monday night after failing to take several chances before substitute Bafetimbi Gomis headed in a late winner for the visitors, which was given via the Goal Decision System. Arsenal remain in third place, three points behind Manchester City, but with a game in hand, albeit with a far inferior goal difference.
Bio Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at [email protected] Latest Posts AUGUSTA — Consider this comeback “Whit-nessed.”The Sumner cheer team won the state championship for the second time in program history Saturday afternoon with a first-place finish in the Class C championships at the Augusta Civic Center. The state title win was the Tigers’ first since they claimed the crown in 2010, Sumner graduate Whitney Doughty’s junior year. Doughty passed away in a tragic accident last spring.“We knew from the start that we wanted to make this a year we’d never forget,” said Sumner co-coach Monica Pettegrow, whose team dedicated the season to Doughty. “This was Whitney’s passion, and so many of those kids were her kids. They worked so hard to get here.”Sumner registered 80.1 points to emerge victorious in a four-way battle for first place. The Tigers beat out Lisbon (77.7 points), Monmouth Academy (75.1 points) and Central (75.0 points) for the title with a routine that included numerous references to Doughty in the team’s chants and audio voiceovers.Sumner cheerleaders and coaches and members of Whitney Doughty’s family pose for a photo during the team’s championship reception Feb. 8 in Sullivan. The Tigers swept every meet of championship season for the first time in school history. JESSICA SNOWDEAL PHOTOThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe state title followed the Tigers’ first-place finishes in the Downeast Athletic Conference, Penobscot Valley Conference and Class C North championships. Such a run of dominance can be remarkably difficult in a sport that can see a team’s chances collapse with just a single fall or wrong move, but a Sumner team competing in Doughty’s memory didn’t want to settle for anything less.“Our goal was to not only capture the state title but to sweep all four of our competitions,” co-coach Jessica Snowdeal said. “[That’s] something Sumner cheering has never done.”As was the case ahead of the Jan. 11 DAC championships in Baileyville, icy weather in the area threw a wrench into Sumner’s state championship meet preparation late in the week. Knowing ahead of time that the impending storm posed a significant threat to their Thursday and Friday practices, though, the Tigers spent Wednesday afternoon perfecting the most important aspects of their routine.“We knew that could be our last practice before Saturday, so we wanted to really put that extra focus into the change in our pyramid,” Pettegrow said. “It wasn’t ideal, but we knew that was going to be what made us most comfortable going into Saturday.”Although the Class B and Class C teams began competing at 2 p.m., the Tigers were last on the list with a scheduled start time of 4:18. Waiting more than two hours to perform wasn’t optimal, but it didn’t stop Sumner from executing what Pettegrow called a “flawless routine.”“It’s a long time to be sitting around and getting antsy, but that was the time they gave us,” Pettegrow said. “It was a chance for us to give the last impression, and they went out and did that.”Pettegrow said Sumner had well over 100 fans cheering the team on from the Civic Center stands. Yet the team’s arrival back home was just as special as students, faculty members and community members arrived at the high school to greet a joyful team bus guided home via a Hancock County Sheriff’s Office motorcade.Members of the Ellsworth cheer team pose for a photo with their state runner-up plaque following the Class B championships Feb. 8 in Augusta. The Eagles earned 86.2 points as they performed what co-coach Kat Dickens called “one of their most difficult routines yet.” ELLSWORTH HIGH SCHOOL PHOTO“We always strive to create a cheer family vs. just a cheer team,” Snowdeal said. “Our kids love each other, and it makes all the difference; our fans light our kids up when they perform and are such a big part of our success.”Doughty, whose presence Sumner cheerleaders and coaches said they felt all season long, would have been proud of her alma mater’s season no matter what. Yet by claiming the ultimate prize for the school’s trophy case, this year-long tribute has now become everything the community could have ever wanted — if not much more.“This truly was the perfect ending,” Pettegrow said. “So much of what those kids did on those mats was instilled in them by Whitney and who she was. I couldn’t be prouder of them.”Eagles take 2nd in Class B; Golden Bucks win Good Sportsmanship AwardEllsworth matched its best finish in school history Saturday with a second-place finish in the Class B competition.The Eagles finished with 86.2 points, just 0.8 shy of state champion Hermon. Entering the competition looking to nail a challenging routine, Ellsworth put forth an effort that thrilled its coaches.“The team worked hard to compete with one of their most difficult routines yet,” Ellsworth co-coach Kat Dickens said. “Our goal for states was to have our best performances of the season, and they surely did.”Back in Class C, Bucksport finished with 58.9 points to finish ahead of Wells, Sacopee Valley, Dexter, Mountain Valley and Madison/Carrabec. Yet the Golden Bucks earned a prize of their own on the day as the team was awarded Class C’s Good Sportsmanship Award. 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