(Nashville, TN) — The Winnipeg Jets are advancing to the Western Conference Final. Paul Stastny and Mark Scheifele scored two goals each as the Jets stormed past the Predators 5-1 in Game Seven of their second-round series in Nashville. The Jets advance to face Vegas in the Western Conference Final. Game One is tomorrow in Winnipeg.

(Undated) — The NBA Playoffs resume Sunday with the start of the conference finals. The Cavaliers travel to face the Celtics in Game One of the East finals in Boston. Meanwhile, the Rockets host the Warriors in Game One of the West finals on Monday. Cleveland and Golden State have met in each of the last three NBA Finals, with the Warriors winning twice.

(Anaheim, CA) — Jose Berrios was knocked around for five runs in five-and-a-third innings as the Twins lost 7-4 to the Angels in the first of four in Anaheim. Berrios fell to 3-and-4. Brian Dozier drilled a three-run homer and Max Kepler added a solo shot for Minnesota, which saw its five-game winning streak come to an end.

(Anaheim, CA) — Twins outfielder Byron Buxton is back after being activated from the 10-day disabled list yesterday. Buxton had been out with migraines. The Twins optioned outfielder Ryan LaMarre to clear a roster spot.

(Anaheim, CA) — The Twins and Angels continue their four-game series tonight in Anaheim. Lance Lynn will get the ball for Minnesota, while LA sends out left-hander Tyler Skaggs. The Twins are 15-and-18, a game-and-a-half behind the first-place Indians in the AL Central.

(Undated) — Free-agent running back Adrian Peterson says he’s fully healthy and ready to play. The 33-year-old tells NFL Network that he’s been given medical clearance by three different doctors. Peterson was released by Arizona in March after last season ended with a neck injury. The former NFL MVP started the season with New Orleans, but was traded after being unhappy with his role there. He spent his first 10 seasons with Minnesota and ranks 12th on the all-time rushing list with 12,276 yards.

(Minneapolis, MN) — The Minnesota Lynx host the Chicago Sky tomorrow in their second and final preseason game at the Target Center. The regular-season starts May 20th at home against the Los Angeles Sparks.

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