The Boston Celtics completed a gentleman's sweep of the Dallas Mavericks and captured the NBA championship with a 106-88 win in game five of the NBA Finals at TD Garden on Monday. The Celtics won the best-of-seven series 4-1.

Jayson Tatum had 31 points and 11 assists for the storied Celtics, who won their 18th world championship to break a tie with the Los Angeles Lakers for most league titles. The win also came on the 16th anniversary of their last championship in 2008.

Jaylen Brown added 21 points and was named the NBA Finals MVP.

Panthers host Oilers with second chance to hoist Stanley Cup

The Florida Panthers host game five of the Stanley Cup Final against the Edmonton Oilers tonight with another chance to wrap up the series and win their first championship.

The Panthers have a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series after the Oilers stayed alive with an 8-1 win in game four at Rogers Place on Saturday. If game six is needed, it will be back in Edmonton on Friday.

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Red Sox hit four homers take series opener over Jays

Burnaby, B.C.'s Tyler O'Neill hit two of his team's four home runs as the Boston Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-3 to open a three-game series at Rogers Centre on Monday. Fellow Canadian Nick Pivetta allowed three runs and nine hits over seven innings for the Red Sox, while Rafael Devers and Ceddanne Rafaela also homered for the visitors.

Justin Turner and Davis Schneider went deep for the Jays, who send Chris Bassitt to the mound for the second game of the series tonight.

In the lone WCBL game on Monday night, the Fort McMurray Giants doubled up the host Edmonton Prospects 10-5. The Swift Current 57’s host the Sylvan Lake Gulls on Wednesday. 

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