Favoritessettings

play0:22
Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images
7m

Cavaliers back in Finals for second straight season

LeBron James scored a team-high 33 points as Cleveland closed out Toronto in six games.

play
What did LeBron say to make Drake laugh? (0:39)
play
LeBron fakes and throws down the hammer (0:22)
play
Draymond names all players drafted before him from memory (1:46)
play
Beer can pyramids, more exciting than a baseball game (0:14)
play
Strycova, Radwanska both fall down in spectacular point (0:41)
play
107-year-old dances at her first baseball game (0:42)
play
Are people turned off by James Harden? (2:07)
play
Granderson plays hero with Mets' walk-off HR (0:38)
play
Hands team performs wild wakeboard catch (0:18)
play
Jalen & Jacoby wonder why Paul George wears his own jersey on vacation (1:45)
Photo by Victor Carretero/Real Madrid via Getty Images

Números de la Final de Champions League

Real Madrid y Atlético Madrid se enfrentan en su segunda final en dos años. Dos estilos diferentes, con el mismo objetivo. Te presentamos los números que definen la Final de la Champions League.

play
Marine disguises himself as umpire to surprise kids (0:42)
Getty Images
Aaron Schatz

NFL's worst QB depth charts since 2007

Where do the current QB depth charts for the Browns and Jets rank among the league's worst the past decade? Aaron Schatz digs into the numbers.

play
Kenneth Tencio nails world's first backflip down a set of stairs (0:28)
Imago/Zuma Press
1dIván Cañada

Chicharito, se 'adelanta' a Selección en Atlanta

El delantero del Bayer Leverkusen se tomó unos días de vacaciones y justo en el día en el que el Tri arribará a territorio estadounidense, se presentó para trabajar a la par.

Now

LeBron: Knew I had to bring my game tonight, I am humbled
NBA 

LeBron James said he believes in his team and is humbled that the Cavaliers will be advancing to the finals for his sixth straight year. He is especially proud of Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love for overcoming adversity and getting to where they are today.

play1:07
NBA 

SportsCenter @sportscenter

Finals bound! The Cleveland Cavaliers defeat the Raptors to win their 2nd consecutive Eastern Conference Title.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Cavaliers finish 12-2 in East playoff games, tying the best record en route to the Finals since the first round went best of seven for the second consecutive year. The 2003 Nets and 2013 Spurs also went 12-2.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors fans have all stayed and are chanting "Let's Go Raptors" until the end.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors Gs Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan check out to a standing ovation. Lowry will finish with 35 points, DeRozan 20. Lowry embraced LeBron James before heading to the bench.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

JR Smith pulled from 30-feet like it was a free throw and Kyrie Irving sinks another 3 -- two daggers that pushed Cavs up 102-81.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors supporting cast around Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan has been very disappointing aside from Jonas Valanciunas. 20 games and 41 days into this playoff run, the best season in franchise history is about to end.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

After Raps cut it to 10, LeBron James continued in his close-out mode, aggressively attacking the basket. He scored on a drive and had a tip-in to fuel a quick 6-0 run to push lead back up to 94-78 with 8:38 left. LeBron isn't taking his foot off the pedal, knowing full well that the Western Conference Finals could go the length and there could be few more days of rest.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Cavs 86 Raptors 74 end 3. Kyle Lowry has 30 points including 18 in the third but it probably won't be enough. One quarter left to try and save the season.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

102 games into the season, and the Raptors are in trouble as they've trailed by as many as 20 late in the third quarter.

Bogaerts pushes hit streak to 20 games
MLB 

Jackie Bradley Jr.'s hit streak might have come to an end at 29 games, but teammate Xander Bogaerts continues his run making it 20 straight games with a single in the fourth inning.

play0:11
MLB 

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Patrick Patterson in for Luis Scola in the second half as Raptors coach Dwane Casey tries something different with the team's season on the line.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's the bad news for the Raps at the half: they can't run the Cavs off the perimeter with Cleveland making 10-of-15 3's in the first half. And LeBron James is attacking the rim with the intent to end the series and has 21 points. Dwane Casey has plenty of adjustments to make in order to keep the Raptors' season alive.

LeBron making it look easy
NBA 

LeBron James pump fakes to get past DeMarre Carroll and then throws down a powerful one-handed slam.

play0:22
NBA 

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Cavs 55 Raptors 41 at the half. The difference? The 3-point line where Toronto is 2-for-12 and Cleveland is 10-for-15. LeBron James also has 21 points, which is a problem.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors have shot 3-for-15 from the field in the second quarter and 1-for-9 from 3 in the game and trail 44-36. They have missed so many open shots and layups.

Higuain scores Argentina's lone goal
Soccer 

Gonzalo Higuain scored a stunning goal, but Lionel Messi's injury cast a shadow over Argentina's 1-0 win over Honduras.

play2:14
Soccer 

Valanciunas, Jefferson get physical
NBA 

It's starting to get chippy up in Toronto. Jonas Valanciunas and Richard Jefferson both picked up technical fouls because of this scuffle. (Live on ESPN, WatchESPN)

play1:30
NBA