June 2nd, 2022 was highlighted by the Celtics huge fourth quarter comeback to steal Game 1 of the NBA Finals in Golden State as Boston’s role players went off to overcome Steph’s blistering start. Legendary RB Frank Gore signed a one-day contract with the 49ers to officially retire while all-time journeyman QB Ryan Fitzpatrick also called it quits after playing for 17 seasons and nine different teams. Nestor led NYY over LAA as the Yanks gave up the fewest runs (151) through 50 games in team history, plus Milwaukee walked off San Diego with a four-run 9th.

See what happened in sports on June 2nd last year, headlined by Dallas grabbing a 3-2 lead over LAC behind Luka‘s 42 point, 14 assist masterpiece, Trae Young taking a bow in the Garden as his Hawks eliminated New York, and Brad Stevens transitioning to Boston’s front office while Danny Ainge “retired” as well as what happened in sports on June 2nd, 2020 ft. the NBA’s proposed plan to complete the 2019-20 season by October 12th, the longest season ever. 

WHAT HAPPENED IN SPORTS OVERVIEW: This daily sports post includes real headlines only (no clickbait rumors), all of the best highlights, interesting facts & records from around the NFL, NBA, & MLB, the main games to watch, notable birthdays, and a quick recap of significant events on this day in sports history.

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NBA Finals

9:00 PM: ECF Champ Boston Celtics vs. WCF Champ Golden State Warriors [Game 1]

*All game times listed are in Eastern Standard Time (EST)*

NFL: TE Tommy Tremble, Carolina Panthers (turns 22)

NFL: OL Christian Darrisaw, Minnesota Vikings (23)

NFL: EDGE Alton Robinson, Seattle Seahawks (24)

NFL: DB Tre Flowers, Cincinnati Bengals (27)

NFL: OL Germain Ifedi, Atlanta Falcons (28)

MLB: RP Chris Martin, Chicago Cubs (36)

2011: Dallas Mavericks went on a 22-5 run to close out Game 2 and avoided going down 2-0 to the newly formed Big 3 in Miami that was capped off with 2 clutch buckets by Dirk Nowitzki including the GW layup with 3.6 seconds left

2010: Detroit Tigers SP Armando Galarraga came 1 out away from the MLB’s 21st Perfect Game but umpire Jim Joyce called the runner safe even though the replay showed he was out at 1st base. Galarraga would get the next batter out

2007: SF LeBron James led the Cleveland Cavaliers to their 1st NBA Finals appearance in franchise history after a convincing 16-point Game 6 victory over the Detroit Pistons who made the 5th of their 6 consecutive Conference Finals 

2006: Miami Heat clinched their 1st NBA Finals appearance in franchise history after a dominant 95-78 victory in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals over the Detroit Pistons behind a 28-point/16-rebound performance from Shaquille O’Neal

2002: Los Angeles Lakers beat the Sacramento Kings in OT of the Western Conference Finals Game 7 to clinch their 3rd straight NBA Finals appearance en route to the most recent 3-peat in NBA history

1990: Seattle Mariners SP Randy Johnson pitched the very 1st no-hitter in franchise history for a 2-0 victory over the Detroit Tigers

1942: Boston Red Sox OF Ted Williams enlisted in the US Navy as an aviator right after 2 consecutive MVP runner-up seasons including his famous .406 batting average season in 1941. He would miss 3 consecutive seasons during World War 2 and won MVP when he returned in 1946

1941: New York Yankees 1B Lou Gehrig passed away after a battle with ALS almost 2 years after announcing his retirement on July 4th

1935: At 40 years old, Babe Ruth officially announced his retirement from baseball as a member of the Boston Braves, ending a legendary 21-year career 

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