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Harden's big rebound gives Rockets a lift

Frustrated after a poor Game 3, James Harden took it out on the Warriors in Game 4, scoring 45 points to keep the Rockets alive.

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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?

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Time to give the Minnesota Twins some love

The Minnesota Twins are ahead of the Detroit Tigers in the American League Central and they're breathing down the necks of the Kansas City Royals.

Monday's MLB Highlights

Hamilton hitless in return to Texas (2:29)

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SportsCenter clips

Any fallout in Chicago over McDonald's release? (1:21)

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Juan Pablo Montoya SportsCenter Conversation (1:59)
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Is Dellavedova a dirty player? (1:35)

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Harden's full-court shot waved off (0:13)

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French Open

Razzano's surprise underhand serve (0:27)

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Easy 1st round for Rafael Nadal
Tennis 

Nadal used his serve to make quick work of 18-year-old Quentin Halys, winning 6-3, 6-3, 6-4. Nadal connected on 78% of his first serves in the final set, winning 89% of his first-serve points. French Open on ESPN2, WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Nick Saban: women's bball recruiter?
Women's College Basketball 

It's true. Over the last 2 years, he has met with 9 prospects, and 7 signed with the Tide. Coach Kristy Curry told Alabama Media Group: "He wants everything at Alabama to be great, and he actually told me that before I took the job, 'Why can't women's basketball be great?'"

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Women's College Basketball 

Rough start for Americans
Tennis 

With Tim Smyczek falling, Americans are now 2-13 this year at the French Open. U.S.'s John Isner currently leads Andreas Seppi 7-5 in the first set. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Harden's amazing shot ... for 0 points
NBA 

James Harden scored 45 points Monday night, but none of those were more impressive than his basket that didn't count. Harden drained this shot from the opposite free throw line, but it was just a split-second after the halftime buzzer.

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ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

(7) David Ferrer sweeps Lukas Lacko in French Open first rd for 300th win on clay (only other active player w/ 300 wins on clay: Nadal)

Second set to Rafael Nadal
Tennis 

Nadal has converted on 4-of-7 break points (just 1-of-2 for Quentin Halys) and has just 9 unforced errors to 36 for Halys. Nadal leads 6-3, 6-3 going into the third set. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Hurry up and 'attendez' at French Open
Tennis 

Grand Slam tournament. In Paris. Everything is all glamour for the players, right? Well, it is if you like waiting and watching others play, like Rafael Nadal, or eating celery -- or are those fries? -- like Novak Djokovic.

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Tennis 

How to cheat at baseball
MLB 

Just like learning the signals and pick-offs, Dallas Braden taught A's minor leaguers at "the application station" how to properly tack their arms. But, don't you feel bad for cheating? "No, absolutely not, I've got outs to get."

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MLB 

Ryan Braun mashes 465-foot home run
MLB 

Miller Park's second deck could not contain this massive blast by Braun. The 465-foot shot was the longest at the park since 2011.

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Kvitova wins, but doesn't believe yet
Tennis 

Petra Kvitova needed three sets to win her 1st round French Open match. Despite being seeded fourth, Kvitova isn't convinced she can win: "If you’re asking if I’m feeling as a favorite, I’m not feeling as a favorite." Rough start

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Tennis 

Curry not interested in watching fall
NBA 

After explaining the ordeal in great detail at the postgame podium, Stephen Curry was asked if he intends to go out of his way to avoid seeing replays of his scary fall and told ESPN's Marc Stein: "I've seen it once .... and once was enough."

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NBA 

Howard stuck in arena due to weather

Six to 10 inches of rain ravaged Houston Monday night, and fans were urged to remain in the Toyota Center until it passed. Rocket Dwight Howard was among those still in the arena until at least 2:15 a.m. CT. "Sleepy ... crazy ... but fine," Howard told reporters. "I'm enjoying myself with the fans."

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Gordon Bombay leads Ducks to victory
NHL 

Emilio Estevez, who played coach Gordon Bombay in "The Mighty Ducks," live-tweeted the Anaheim Ducks' dramatic Game 5 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks. Quack, quack, quack

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