Get ready to welcome the newest crop of NHL stars. TSN has you covered all day long as the 2013 NHL Draft unfolds live Sunday from Newark, New Jersey. Watch live coverage of the 2013 NHL Draft on TSN starting at 2:30pm et/11:30am pt. Follow the picks and player movement with TSN.cas live Draft Tracker, Trade Tracker and Mobile Push Alerts. Also get video updates all weekend from TSN Hockey Insiders Bob McKenzie, Darren Dreger and Pierre LeBrun of ESPN.com as well as live streaming of behind-the-scenes access with TSNs Cabbie. The Colorado Avalanche enter the day holding the first overall pick and have stated they have their eye on Halifax Mooseheads forward Nathan MacKinnon. Portland Winterhawks defenceman Seth Jones, Halifax Mooseheads forward Jonathan Drouin and Finnish forward Aleksander Barkov are also highly sought-after talents. Whether that prompts any movement at the top of the board will be a story worth monitoring. Two Canadian teams will pick in the top 10 as the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers hold the sixth and seventh overall picks, respectively. The Flames have three first-round picks and could use the extra the assets to move up the board or bolster their roster via trade. Beyond the top prospects, there are many intriguing names to watch on Sunday, including Russian dynamo Valeri Nichushkin, defensive standout Darnell Nurse, Ottawa 67s pivot Sean Monahan and Londons Max Domi, son of former NHL enforcer Tie Domi. All seven of the NHLs Canadian clubs have first round picks on Sunday. The Winnipeg Jets and Ottawa Senators both hold top 20 selections, picking 13th and 17th, respectively. A cluster of Canadian teams will pick one after another as the Toronto Maple Leafs (21st) and Flames (22nd) go back-to-back shortly before the Vancouver Canucks (24th) and Montreal Canadiens (25th) are slated to do the same. The draft has also become a popular marketplace for NHL general managers to make big-time trades, as stars like Jordan Staal, Mike Richards, Jeff Carter and Nathan Horton have all changed jerseys on or just before Draft Day in recent years. Theres no telling what might unfold in Newark on Sunday. Tune in to TSN and TSN.ca for all the breaking news and picks as they happen. Bryant Reeves Jersey . Cleveland has won the first two of this set and has won six straight games since losing back-to-back tilts to open the year. Seattle, on the other hand, has now lost six in a row following consecutive wins to kick off its campaign. Wade Baldwin Jersey .com) - Real Madrid claimed its 20th consecutive win across all competitions by cruising to a 4-1 victory at Almeria on Friday. http://www.grizzliesbasketballpro.info/M...izzlies-Jersey/. Scheffler told The Associated Press on Wednesday he made the choice because he had three concussions over the past four years. 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A year earlier, DeMar DeRozan - 10 at the time, growing up in Southern Los Angeles - watched his favourite team, the Lakers, overcome a 15-point deficit to knock off the Trailblazers in the deciding game of the 2000 Conference Finals. To this day, it is still his most memorable Game 7 moment. "I remember watching it," said the Raptors all-star guard. "Even then I remember saying, I wish I was playing in a moment like that, because it just seemed fun, especially when youre doing something you love to do. Thats the highest level of basketball you could play in, man." On Sunday afternoon theyll have the opportunity to write their own story when Toronto hosts the Brooklyn Nets in the finale of their opening-round series. You can catch all of the action live on TSN, TSN GO and TSN Radio 1050 with pre-game coverage kicking off at 12:30pm et/9:30am pt with Rod Black and Leo Rautins on TSN and with Jim Tatti, Duane Watson, Gareth Wheeler and Josh Lewenberg on a special two-hour edition of Countdown to Tip-off at 11:00 AM on TSN 1050. Tatti, Watson, Wheeler and Lewenberg will return with an extended post-game show following the game. TSN.cas coverage includes in-game highlights and live streaming of the fan festivities at Maple Leaf Square during the game as well as the post-game news conferences. "Honestly, this is what you live for, man," said DeRozan, the Raptors leading scorer, averaging 24.8 points in his first career playoff series. "To play and be in moments like this, because they last forever. Memories like that are going to last way after Im finished playing so youve definitely got to take advantage of it and understand youve got to go out there and play youre A-game." The Raptors, up 3-2 going into Game 6, failed to close out the series in Brooklyn Friday after the Nets got off to a commanding start, earning a wire-to-wire 97-83 win in the face of elimination. The two teams have gone blow for blow all season long, splitting their 10 meetings. In 40 quarters, 480 minutes, the Raptors have scored just one point more than the opposing Nets. Now, itll come down to one final game, four quarters, 48 minutes between two evenly matched foes with very different backstories. Toronto players have made just seven appearances in Game 7s, losing all seven, all of them on the road. Meanwhile, the Nets have 27 games of experience in this situation. Paul Pierce alone has played in more Game 7s than the Raptors roster. Loowry, the only Raptors starter to play in a Game 7, and his Houston Rockets were dismantled in the Western Conference Semifinals, losing to the Lakers by 19 points in 2009.dddddddddddd "We got the s--- beat out of us," he said of his lone Game 7 experience. Greivis Vasquez, a rookie with the Grizzlies in 2011, lost by 15 in Oklahoma City during the final game of the semis. Chuck Hayes and John Salmons both have a couple Game 7 defeats on their resume, Tyler Hansbrough has one. To say they have something to prove is probably an understatement. "This game will go down in memory or in history," said the veteran Hayes. "It could be one of your great performances, a so-so performance but people will always remember a Game 7. So how do you want to be remembered?" The Nets, on the other hand, were built for this moment. They are the most expensive NBA team ever assembled, a roster loaded with perennial all-stars and future hall of famers. As such, the pressure is on them to deliver. "We aint got no 100 million, whatever payroll they got," said DeRozan. "Hey, thats all on them. We understand what we have to do and were going to go out there wanting it. At the end of the day they have more to lose than us." The spotlight is fixated on them and they know it. After guaranteeing a victory ahead of Game 6, Nets forward Andray Blatche had no problem doubling down. "We guarantee it," Blatche said after Fridays win. "Were gonna go there, take care of business and go to Miami." Although the Raptors have carried themselves with a quiet confidence throughout the series, refusing to get caught up in an extra curricular war of words, they did not take kindly to Blatches pre-game acceptance speech. "I dont know who does he think he is," said Vasquez, asked about Blatches comments after Saturday afternoon practice at the Air Canada Centre. "Hes not [Kevin Garnett] or Paul Pierce or Jason Kidd. Were not going to listen to his nonsense. He gotta earn that, and he hasnt yet." "I dont care what he said," DeRozan added. "He can say what he wants, honestly. He can go out there and say hes going to hit the lottery tomorrow, I could give a hell." That animosity - natural in any long playoff series - has been building for over two weeks and will come to a head Sunday. All season long, the Raptors and their mix of youth and discarded veterans have been an unlikely success story. On Sunday theyll all have a couple things in common. From one end of the bench to the other, theyll all be playing the most important game of the careers, looking to accomplish something none of them have before, striving to move on and continue to defy the odds. "These are lifetime moments," Lowry said. "Game 7 is Game 7, no matter what round its in, its Game 7. Its 3-3, win or go home. Either youre going to the Bahamas or youre going to the second round." 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