UPDATES & NEWS
Serge Ibaka's return helped lead the Thunder to victory over Spurs in Game 3 Sunday as he had 15 points, seven rebounds, four blocks, and a steal in 30 minutes of action.
It was a much-needed effort from the banged-up Ibaka who was considered a game-time decision for Game 3. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook have been doing all they can to keep this team alive against a much more formidable Spurs squad, but without ample contributions from the other starting three, the Thunder seems destined for an early exit from these conference finals. Ibaka still isn't at 100-percent, but he should be more than capable of continuing to play and lend his support in this series.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Anthony Gose is not in the Tigers starting lineup on Saturday.
With the Indians throwing righty Trevor Bauer, it's a bit curious as to why Gose is not in the lineup. He plays steadily against right-handed pitching and is slashing .333/.348/.511 this season, so perhaps there's an unreported injury lurking here. Addition updates are likely to come. Rajai Davis is playing center field and leading off. Analysis: Howard Bender