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Watch live: Warriors cruising past Trail Blazers

After three quarters, Klay Thompson has poured in 33 points and Draymond Green is an assist shy of a triple-double as the Warriors remain in control of Game 1.

Curry says knee still hurts, getting better (1:08)
Young fan crashes Hornets-Heat game (0:19)
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Heat crush Hornets in Game 7

Goran Dragic and Hassan Whiteside dominated on both ends of the floor as the Heat advanced to the Eastern Conference semifinals after eliminating the Hornets.

Wade: We continue to believe in each other (1:47)
Pippen surprises Jordan at halftime (0:21)
5hMel Kiper

Kiper: 2016 NFL Draft Grades

With the 2016 NFL draft in the books, Mel Kiper gives his grades on all 32 draft classes. The Jacksonville Jaguars head the class.

Leicester fans crash the ESPN van (0:50)
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Evans: Ranieri flying high with Leicester

Claudio Ranieri's side could clinch the Barclays Premier League title on Monday depending on the result between Tottenham and Chelsea, but the skipper said he won't be watching and he knows Leicester City is a step away from glory after its draw at Old Trafford.

MLS: Johnson goal -- Toronto (40') (0:44)
Mackensie Alexander's field of opportunity: from Florida's orange groves to the NFL (6:58)
Dearth of quality starting quarterbacks in NFL (1:09)
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2hDave Tuley

How to bet Raptors-Pacers Game 7

Dave Tuley gives his take on how to bet Sunday's Game 7 between the Toronto Raptors and Indiana Pacers.

POTUS: Kobe and a mic drop (0:20)
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Even in final season, Ortiz continues to vex Yankees

David Ortiz has hit home runs in consecutive games against the Yankees and looks to lead the Red Sox to a sweep over their rivals on Sunday Night Baseball live on ESPN & WatchESPN.

Dallas Strikers bowl combined perfect game (1:27)
Prem: Southampton 4-2 Man City (2:44)
Spurs drop 43 on Thunder in first quarter (1:44)
Berto gets revenge on Ortiz with KO (1:13)
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4hPierre LeBrun

Capitals' second line looking for goals -- and answers

The line of Evgeny Kuznetsov, Justin Williams and Marcus Johansson is struggling and the Capitals' fortunes are struggling along with them, which has to change if they want to win the series.

Brooks Orpik delivers a controversial hit (0:25)
Eagles fan boos Wentz (0:15)
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23hJoe McDonald

Drouin redeeming himself after rocky season

Jonathan Drouin, once the man on the outside looking in, is proving he's an essential cog in the Lightning's offensive machine in knotting the first-round series with the Islanders in Game 2.

Stanton annihilates another baseball (0:31)
Manute Bol's 6-foot-11 son's between-the-legs dunk (0:23)
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4hBuster Olney

Olney: Intriguing two-tier PED penalty system

Buster Olney proposes a system that could strengthen PED penalties but allows a margin for error; plus a check-in on David Price and today's links.

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Mayweather hints at coming out of retirement

Floyd Mayweather still is happily retired but admitted to having comeback talks with CBS and Showtime and said the numbers being floated for his return would have to be "upwards of nine figures."


Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

93-73 Warriors heading into the 4th. Somehow the Warriors must soldier on sans Anderson Varejao

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Apparently the first set of double technicals wasn't enough to defuse the fracas between Anderson Varejao and Gerald Henderson. The pair are whistled for a fresh set of techs just before the end of the third quarter and were summarily tossed from the game.


Steph Curry on knee: 'It's still painful'

"But, for the most part, I can still get on my feet and try to do basketball activities that will get me back."


Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

You can't start a brutal 10-game road trip any better than the Nationals have. They won as many games in St. Louis this weekend (3) as they've won in the previous eight years combined.


Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Anderson Varejao and Gerald Henderson exchange words after the play after Henderson trips over Varejao's leg. Players on the floor instantly tilt their heads up to see replay on big screen. None follows, but they continue to check back, peering upwards. Double technical fouls are ultimately assessed to Varejao and Henderson.

Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

Danica Patrick had x-rays on her chest but they showed no broken bones after what she called one of the hardest hits of her career in a crash at Talladega and one of the scariest with fire after she stopped. "Everything is fine. I saw my chest on the way out (of the care center). It looks very symmetrical."

Harper gets the golden sombrero

Bryce Harper has a rough day at the plate, going 0-for-4 with four strikeouts in a win vs. the Cardinals.


Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

A determined-looking Clayton Kershaw is perfect through four innings against the Padres. The Dodgers left-hander struck out the first four batters he faced and there has been nothing close to a hit. The Dodgers are in the midst of a six-game home losing streak and will be winless on the entire homestand if they fall today.

Jay Adamczyk Jayski.com 

Brad Keselowski won the GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway for his 2nd win of the season. Kyle Busch finished 2nd, followed by Austin Dillon, Chase Elliott, Jamie McMurray, Kurt Busch, Tony Stewart, Clint Bowyer, Ryan Blaney, and Trevor Bayne. Despite the threat of rain, the race was was run the full distance without any issues. There were 10 cautions, including one for a large wreck that collected 17 cars.

Trumbo strikes out on pitch that hits him

Orioles DH Mark Trumbo was so fooled by this Chris Sale pitch that he thought he could make contact right before it hit him on the knee.


Thompson outscored Blazers in first quarter

Golden State's Klay Thompson got off to a hot start, scoring 18 points in the opening frame while the Trail Blazers only tallied 17.


Tony Stewart @TonyStewart

After watching today, you can understand why the Dr's wanted me to get out at the first caution. They definitely were right. Exciting race👍🏼

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Portland made up some ground in the second quarter, and trails Golden State 65-51 at halftime. After a chilly first quarter, the Trail Blazers have started to hit a few shots. Ed Davis chipped in six points in the quarter as a presence down low, while Allen Crabbe (nine points) and Mo Harkless (seven points) have been bright spots. Portland's dynamic backcourt of Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum continue to struggle from the field. They're a combined 3-for-19 for 14 points. Golden State is also abusing Portland on the offensive glass -- they've recovered 11 of their 25 missed field goal attempts.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

65-51 Warriors at the half. Klay and Draymond have been fantastic. GSW gave up some of the lead with a Speights-Rush-Clark lineup in the 2nd

Christopher Wondoloski ESPN 

Timber Joey celebrates Portland taking a 1-0 lead over Toronto FC!


Young fan crashes Hornets-Heat game

A young fan came running on the court in the fourth quarter to hug Justise Winslow, much to the chagrin of Jeff Van Gundy.


Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Portland was having success targeting Bogut in pick and rolls for Lillard. That advantage goes away when Draymond Green is at center

Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

Danica Patrick and Matt Kenseth are out of their cars after a hard crash. Kenneth's car flipped and slid on its roof before returning on its wheels.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

GSW going early to Draymond at center

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Despite his size, Damian Lillard probably defends the post better than anywhere else. He's done a nice job of contesting Shaun Livingston's trademark turnarounds.

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Setting aside skill, one problem the Trail Blazers have already encountered: They're a smaller team than Golden State by a good margin. We are seeing it on the glass and, for instance, when Draymond Green bullies CJ McCollum in the post.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Lillard draws a foul on Bogut, set to shoot FTs. 46-33 Warriors. What was a blowout is starting to resemble a game