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LeBron scores 37 to lift Cavs past Hawks in OT

Despite starting 0-for-10 from the field, a hobbled LeBron James finished with a triple-double as Cleveland went up 3-0 in the East finals.

Sunday's MLB Highlights

Rangers sweep Yankees in the Bronx (0:56)

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Inside-the-park HR on infield blunder (0:27)

French Open

Halep advances in Paris (0:59)

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Top goals of the Premier League season (3:32)

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Dodgers fan records himself catching HR ball (0:26)

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Chris Kirk wins Crowne Plaza Invitational (1:38)

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"I felt like it was mind over matter” -An exhausted LeBron James, who finished Game 3 with 37 points, 18 rebounds and 13 assists despite suffering in-game injuries. [Credit: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images]

Fan's selfie with Federer
Tennis 

A young fan eluded security and ran onto the court after Roger Federer's first-round victory at the French Open. Federer was not amused.

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Jim Caple @jimcaple

Federer on needed security improvement: ''I definitely think this is something that needs to happen quickly. Basically yesterday already.''

Mourinho crowns Drogba
Soccer 

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho puts the Premier League trophy crown on the head of club legend Didier Drogba after the striker's last match for the Blues.

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Montoya wants hug after Indy 500 win

After winning his second Indianapolis 500, and first since 2000, Juan Pablo Montoya said: "I don't even know what to say. This is too much. I'm looking for my wife."

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Milestone night for LeBron James
NBA 

On Sunday night, LeBron James ...

  • Passed Jason Kidd for second-most playoff triple-doubles (12).
  • Tied Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for third-most 30-point playoff games (75).
  • Passed Karl Malone for sixth on career playoff points list (4,782).

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NBA 

Yankees retire Bernie Williams' No. 51
MLB 

The Yanks unveiled his plaque that will reside in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium before their series finale against the Rangers. Said Williams: "This is unbelievable. ... I am overwhelmed."

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Clayton: Tom Brady will not be freed
NFL 

News item: 150 Patriots fans stage a "Free Tom Brady" rally outside Gillette Stadium. Says ESPN senior writer John Clayton: "It's not going to change [the NFL's] position whatsoever."

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Keep Mike Napoli in Fenway Park
MLB 

Napoli homered, doubled and drove in four runs in the Red Sox's 6-1 win over the Angels. He hit .429 with 5 HR and 10 RBIs during Boston's six-game homestand.

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LeBron leads Cavs to victory
NBA 

LeBron James missed his first 10 shots of the game. Then he took over, finishing with 37 points, 18 rebounds, 13 assists and a pair of clutch baskets in overtime to lead the Cavaliers to a win and a commanding 3-0 lead in the conference finals.

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Lightning blank Rangers in Game 5
NHL 

Steven Stamkos set up Valtteri Filppula's go-ahead goal and scored another, and the Lightning are now just a win away from the Stanley Cup finals.

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Baseball game ends on hidden-ball trick
High School 

This Colorado high school Class 2A semifinal concluded with a perfectly executed hidden-ball trick by Rye Thunderbolts pitcher Luis Ortiz.

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High School 

Denver vs. Maryland, 1 p.m. ET, ESPNU
NCAA 

Dana O'Neil writes of Monday's title game matchup: "The real winner on Memorial Day -- when No. 4 seed Denver and sixth-seeded Maryland meet to decide the national championship -- will be lacrosse." The sport can't lose

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NCAA 

Steph Curry: Not done yet
NBA 

"We're looking for five more wins, so we won't stop till we get 'em."

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Don Draper's pitch on the pitch

They haven’t been gone long, but we’re already missing "Mad Men" and the Premier League – and some of us are having a hard time saying goodbye. So naturally, we made a soccer starting lineup out of the show’s characters. Mad Men: The soccer team

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Pace car only time Gordon runs Indy 500

Gordon on a possible cameo at Indianapolis after his final full-time Sprint Cup season: "No, I'm going to be up in the booth, doing some TV broadcasts ... and that's going to keep me from any chance of coming here for the Indy 500. So this was an opportunity of a lifetime."

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LeBron serves up a facial
NBA 

Before he was limping in overtime, LeBron James was leaping in regulation, throwing down this massive dunk over a pair of Hawks defenders.

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May 25, 1965: Ali-Liston II
Boxing 

It's one of the most iconic photos of all time, and it happened 50 years ago Monday. Muhammad Ali defended his heavyweight title with a first-round knockout of Sonny Liston in Lewiston, Maine -- on what some still believe was a phantom punch.

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Boxing 

Youzhny loses it at French
Tennis 

Mikhail Youzhny goes bonkers (literally) at the French Open. He lost the first two sets to Damir Dzumhur, then retired.

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Horford ejected in Hawks' loss
NBA 

Al Horford was ejected late in the first half for throwing an elbow at Matthew Dellavedova. Horford said after the game: "I did think he went at me, but I should've handled it better. I shouldn't have got caught up in that."

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