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LeBron reflects on civic role after Brelo verdict

LeBron James addressed more than just basketball after practice Saturday, discussing another case garnering national interest involving a white police officer taking the life of black citizens.

MLB Highlights

Rangers clobber Sabathia, Yankees (0:49)

Reds manager Price ejected before the game started (0:09)

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Incredible one-handed backflip catch (0:34)

Brewers pitcher banned 8 games for foreign substance on arm (1:11)

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Most appealing NFL players (3:32)
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Looking Ahead: Oregon Ducks

A talented recruiting class should help the Oregon Ducks compete in the Pac-12, a league that doesn't appear to have a clear favorite.


Final: Marlins 1, Orioles 0 (13)

What did the Orioles get for throwing 12 scoreless innings and giving up only 7 hits? A Martin Prado walk-off RBI single in the 13th to give Carter Capps his first win of the season. Box score


Arlovski gets big knockout

Andrei Arlovski, yes the 36-year-old former UFC heavyweight champion, celebrates after beating Travis Browne by knock out. From 2009 to 2011 the Pitbull was 0-4 before returning to the UFC and winning three straight.


Curry reminds Houston who won MVP

Stephen Curry had a little extra for the crowd after this 3-pointer, as the Warriors blew open the game in the third quarter.


It's a laugher in Houston

Stephen Curry has 37 points on 11-of-17 shooting, and the Warriors have opened up a 31-point lead after three quarters. Golden State is looking to take a 3-0 lead in the series. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN


'Cowboy' saddles up at UFC 187

Donald Cerrone was originally scheduled to fight Khabib Nurmagomedov in a lightweight title eliminator. Instead John Makdessi steps in for the injured Nurmagomedov, taking on Cerrone, who has won 7 straight bouts.

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Arlovski KO's Travis Browne

Andrei Arlovski and Travis Browne were roommates when the fight was announced, but Arlovski clipped Browne several times, winning the fight via referee stoppage.


Browne goes down

Andrei Arlovski hit Travis Browne early, late and often. Arlovski pulled his calf muscle and almost pulled out of the fight, but that didn't stop him as he threw combination after combination at Browne. Browne briefly recovered and smacked Arlovski with some strong blows before the Pitbull regained control and the ref stepped in to stop the fight late in the first.

Orioles, Marlins still scoreless

We're in the top of the 13th inning now, and Baltimore and Miami still haven't plated a run. Orioles reliever Brian Matusz was ejected in the 12th inning for using a foreign substance, but O's relievers have still allowed just 2 hits in 5 innings of work. Follow live

Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

Steph just did NBA equivalent of Eric Cantona's score-and-stare into the faces of a tortured crowd. Not sure we've seen that on these shores

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Sitting near Doug Collins who shouted, "How about that!" and just started laughing maniacally after that broken play Curry 3. I get it

Curry does it again

The left corner is Steph Curry's money shot, and he drained one after a Dwight Howard block to give Golden State a 24-point lead midway through the third quarter. Then the MVP -- who is up to 29 points tonight -- stared down the Houston crowd. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Curry battles Howard for rebound

Dwight Howard is listed at 6-foot-11 and averages more than 10 rebounds a game. Stephen Curry is 6-3 and pulls down about 4 a game. So this battle of the boards was a mismatch, right? Umm ... not so fast.


And we're all tied up

The fast and furious third continues as Chicago ties it up with a power-play goal. Patrick Kane gets the credit for this one. Follow live

Heavyweight showdown in Las Vegas

Andrei Arlovski puts his 4-fight win streak on the line against Travis Browne, who sports an impressive 17-2-1 record and is up to No. 3 in the UFC's heavyweight rankings.

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