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Source: Wainwright likely out rest of season

Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright is expected to miss the rest of the 2015 season due to an Achilles injury he suffered Saturday while stumbling out of the batter's box, a source told Jim Bowden.


Beltre sends Richards invoice for broken bats

Adrian Beltre had a rough night at the plate Friday against Garrett Richards, but the Rangers third baseman got the last laugh, sending the Angels pitcher an invoice for three broken bats.


Playoff buzzer-beaters

Check out the past four NBA playoff game-winning buzzer-beaters, including ones from LeBron James when he was a member of the Miami Heat and Bucks' Jerryd Bayless' winner against the Bulls.

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Yasiel Puig to 15-day DL

The Dodgers OF has a left hamstring injury and is heading to the 15-day DL, the team announced. He was hitting .279 with 2 home runs through 11 games so far this season.

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Perkins, Crowder in altercation

Cavs C Kendrick Perkins floored Celtics F Jae Crowder on a blindside pick late in the second quarte. The two got into a heated exchange, with Perkins throwing a slight jab at Crowder.


Celts' Thomas out of sync

Isaiah Thomas shot 0-for-7 off the bench in the first half to tie his career high for attempts without a make in a half. The C's are shooting 37.5 percent (15-for-40) as a team. Box score


Russell showing up for Cubs

Cubs 2B Addison Russell was up with the bases loaded against the Reds, and the 21-year-old rookie came through, hitting a bases-clearing double to build the Cubs a lead. It's his first multi-RBI hit in the bigs.

Halftime: Cavs 57, Celtics 36

After a chippy first half, the visiting Cavaliers hold a 19-point advantage over the Celtics in Game 4, but it came at a cost. Kevin Love left with a shoulder injury in the first quarter and will not return. LeBron James leads three Cavs in double figures with 13 points. Live on ABC/WatchESPN


Welcome to Kendrick's 'T' party

Including the playoffs, Kendrick Perkins has 67 technicals over the last 5 seasons -- tied for the 3rd-most in the NBA behind Russell Westbrook and Demarcus Cousins during that span. (via ESPN Stats & Info)


Perkins, Crowder get into it

Cavs big man Kendrick Perkins pushed Jae Crowder to the floor as he set a blindside screen, leading to a shoving match between the two with 1:44 left in the first half. Perkins received a Flagrant 1 foul and both players were assessed double technical fouls. Live on ABC/WatchESPN

J.A. Adande @jadande

Rewound the DVR and couldn't find any squabble with Perkins & Crowder prior to that shove. Guess Perk woke up like this.

LeBron's defense stopping C;s

The Celtics have yet to attempt a field goal with LeBron James as the primary defender. They went 8-of-26 in the first three games with James as the primary defender. Watch live


Dave McMenamin @mcten

Perkins and Crowder get into it after Kendrick pushes Jae to the floor. Then Perk got a left handed jab in on Crowder's face.

Michael Wallace @WallaceNBA_ESPN

Bottom line is Perkins will be ejected. The finger in the face was a bit too much. But point was made. Perkins in there strictly to 'Debo'

Playoff buzzer-beaters to remember

Thanks to a buzzer-beater from Jerryd Bayless, the Bucks avoided a sweep vs. the Bulls. Here's a look at other last-second playoff shots, including one from LeBron James for the Heat


Max Scherzer: Tuesday return possible

Said Scherzer, of his sprained thumb: "Any type of discomfort is going to alter the way I throw the ball. If I alter the way I throw the ball, I can really run the risk of major injury to my arm, so I really respect that I have to be at 100%."

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Watch: Kevin Love's injury

Kevin Love left Sunday's game against the Celtics after suffering an apparent shoulder injury in a tangle with Kelly Olynyk.


Raising the Brow

The Pelicans plan to be aggressive and offer Anthony Davis a maximum five-year deal that could exceed $140M, league sources tell ESPN's Marc Stein. Big numbers

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Dave McMenamin @mcten

The Cavs have only characterized it as a L shoulder injury so far. Not dislocation. Love won't return. Undergoing ice & evaluation.