Ruining of the Bulls
NBA: Chicago Bulls fans are stuck in a nightmare, while Miami Heat fans are in the midst of a dream. For both fan bases, the outcome of Game 5 doesn't seem real. The Bulls had a 10-point lead with less than three minutes to play, but then the Heat went on an improbable 16-3 run to end the game and close out Chicago 83-80, eliminating the top-seeded Bulls from the playoffs.
After losing the first game of the Eastern Conference finals, the Heat won four straight to advance to the NBA Finals, where they will meet the Dallas Mavericks. This will be Miami's second-ever trip to the Finals and first since 2006, when they beat none other than the Mavericks to win the NBA title. This matchup is likely a dream for American Airlines, as the Finals will be played at AmericanAirlines Arena (home of the Miami Heat), and American Airlines Center (home of the Dallas Mavericks).
MLB: The defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants got some bad news regarding the health of their star catcher Buster Posey. After Florida's Scott Cousins crashed into Posey at home plate in the 12th inning of the Giants' 7-6 loss to the Marlins on Wednesday, tests revealed that Posey has a broken left fibula and three torn ligaments in his left ankle, which will require surgery, Giants trainer Dave Groeschner said. Posey has been placed on the disabled list and is expected to be out at least six to eight weeks.
French Open: In a stunning upset, Kim Clijsters was bounced from the French Open in the second round by 114th-ranked Arantxa Rus. Clijsters, who was seeded second in this year's tournament, won the last two Grand Slam tournaments and is a two-time finalist at the French Open.