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Curry leaves game after hard fall on back, neck

Stephen Curry left Monday night's Game 4 of the Western Conference finals against the Houston Rockets in the second quarter after a hard fall on his head, neck and back area near the basket.

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LeBron stumps for Thompson to stay with Cavs

LeBron James opened up public negotiations for teammate Tristan Thompson's impending restricted free agency Monday, telling reporters that he wants the big man to stick around Cleveland.

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Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton

Ford/Pelton: Draft fits for first four NBA picks

Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton debate which players the top four teams in the 2015 NBA draft should take. Should Minnesota take Karl-Anthony Towns No. 1 overall?

Monday's MLB Highlights

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Looking ahead: UCLA Bruins

Three returning starters -- Bryce Alford, Tony Parker and Isaac Hamilton -- will form the Bruins' nucleus. The potential challenge is depth.

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Razzano's surprise underhand serve (0:27)

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Dodgers, Braves tied again

The Dodgers scratched across a run on Adrian Gonzalez's groundout in the 7th inning to tie the Braves at 2 in L.A. The Dodgers have two runs despite loading the bases in three of the first seven innings. Follow live

Chicago gets one back to start the 2nd
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Anaheim goaltender Frederik Andersen hasn't seen much action tonight, and maybe that's why Teuvo Teravainen was able to sneak a routine wrister into the back of the net to narrow the Blackhawks' deficit to 3-1. It was just Chicago's 4th shot on goal. Follow live

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Curry hurt, but Warriors coming back
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Golden State trailed by as many as 25 in the second quarter, but has cut Houston's lead to 10 at the break. But the bigger story is the status of Stephen Curry, who took a scary fall and is questionable to return. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Curry questionable to return
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ESPN's Doris Burke reports that Steph Curry has a "head contusion" and is questionable to return to Game 4. His father Dell has joined Steph in the Warriors' locker room. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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J.A. Adande @jadande

IF -- if -- Curry had a concussion he'll have to pass a series of tests without showing symptoms before he is cleared to play again

Curry takes scary fall

Stephen Curry flipped completely over Trevor Ariza trying to stop a fastbreak, and hit the floor hard. He stayed down for a few minutes before being helped to the locker room. His status for the rest of the game is unknown, as the Rockets lead by 13 with 4:07 left in the first half. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Calvin Watkins @calvinwatkins

Steph Curry took a nasty spill, flipped over Trevor Ariza and he is down. Rockets trainer Keith Jones was first to reach him.

It's all Ducks in Game 5

The Blackhawks still don't have a single shot on goal. Anaheim? Well, the Ducks have 8 shots -- and 3 goals. A clean faceoff win by Ryan Getzlaf led to a Sami Vatanen rip, and Anaheim has a 3-0 lead ... and is threatening in the offensive zone again. Follow live

Max Bretos @mbretosESPN

Everyone in that arena knows that Golden State is gonna make a run... or two. Rockets would love a 35 second shot clock right now. #GSvsHOU

Braves recover from rocky start

Atlanta starter Williams Perez has settled down since walking in the game's first run in the first inning. The Braves bats have supported the right-hander with RBI singles in back-to-back innings to take a 2-1 lead in L.A. Follow live

Harden cooking already

Has James Harden freed himself of the Based God curse? He scored 10 points in the first quarter, as the Rockets went 8-for-9 from 3-point range.

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Warriors seeing Rockets' red glare

You'd be hard-pressed to match what the Rockets did in the first quarter in rookie mode on a video game. Houston matched an NBA shot-clock-era record with 45 points in the first quarter, shooting 77% from the field. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Warriors, we have a problem

And his name is Josh Smith. The Rockets forward is 5-for-5 from the field and has 13 points already. Houston leads Golden State 37-22 late in the first quarter.

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Pirates 4, Marlins 2

Pirates SP Charlie Morton limited the Marlins to two runs on 8 hits over 7 innings, and Francisco Cervelli and Pedro Alvarez hit homers in a fourth straight win. Box score

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Scott Burnside @ESPN_Burnside

Ducks quick-strike offense on display in first two goals in 32 seconds. First by Fowler off Thompson feed and Kesler deflects Beleskey shot.

Darren Rovell @darrenrovell

The Rockets are paying Josh Smith $2M for this season. The Pistons will pay him a total of $36 million to NOT PLAY thru 2020.

Ducks dump, retrieve ... and score

Anaheim was aggressive in keeping the puck in the Chicago zone early to start, and the Blackhawks are bending under the pressure. The Ducks scored two back-to-back goals without so much as a single rush by Chicago, and Anaheim leads 2-0. Follow live