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Milwaukee's best may be yet to come

After exceeding expectations this season, the future looks even brighter for Jason Kidd and the Bucks.

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Skip voices his frustrations on Mayweather (0:54)



Rangers at Astros, 8:10 p.m. ET

The Astros are the biggest story in baseball, winners of 10 straight which is one win shy of tying the Mets for the longest streak this season. Houston is 5-0 in Dallas Keuchel’s starts this year. Follow live

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MVP Curry is the king of analytics, too

Stephen Curry was tops in ESPN's Real Plus-Minus, which measures a player's contribution to his team's scoring margin in points per 100 possessions, at +8.87. Rockets G James Harden, who finished 2nd in MVP voting, was 3rd in RPM (+8.30).


Point guards on fire in Cleveland

Whether it's great offense or not-so-great defense, it's a ton of fun to watch Derrick Rose and Kyrie Irving battle in the playoffs. Rose has 16 points, Irving has 17, and the Bulls lead by 5 at halftime. Follow live


Rangers outlast game's 1st penalty

New York kept Washington off the board after a 2-minute tripping penalty on Keith Yandle. Henrik Lundqvist stopped an open Alex Ovechkin shot at close range to keep the game scoreless in the 1st. Follow live

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A Cardinals win tonight would give them their best start through 25 games since 1899! (via ELIAS) Cubs-Cardinals at 8 ET on ESPN

Why hasn't Kris Bryant homered yet?

The Cubs phenom led the minors with 43 HR last season. He led all of MLB with 9 spring training HR. But in the majors this year, he has 0 HR and missed on 35% of his swings on pitches inside the strike zone -- second highest in the league. Watch Cubs-Cardinals on WatchESPN

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Rangers dictating tempo early

New York has come out strong on both sides of the ice tonight in Game 3. Through the first 6 minutes of action, the Rangers have out-shot the Capitals 6-0. The game is scoreless. Follow live

Here come the Cavs and Kyrie Irving

It took longer than Cleveland would have liked, but the Cavs' offense is on a roll. Kyrie Irving has 10 straight Cleveland points, and the Bulls' lead is down to single digits midway through the second quarter. Follow live

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Maddon, half-joking about leading the NL in K's: "The positives about striking out is you don't hit into as many double plays."

Things not going well for LeBron & Co.

Bulls backup PG Kirk Hinrich has scored 6 points in 5 minutes, which would be bad enough. But he blew past James for a banked and-1, and the Bulls are up 35-21 early in the second. Follow live


Bulls up big on Cavs after first

Kevin Love's absence has made a bit of a difference. Cleveland scored just 15 points in the first quarter; it's the Cavs' worst opening frame of the entire season. The Bulls, meanwhile, are 5-of-7 on 3s and lead by 12. Follow live


Counsell's debut starts off rocky

Craig Counsell's 1st game as Brewers manager started off poorly as Joc Pederson hit a leadoff home run for the Dodgers. What's worse? Los Angeles has Clayton Kershaw on the mound, making Counsell the 1st manager in history to have his debut come against a defending Cy Young and MVP winner. Follow live

Ovi has been thorn in Rangers' side

Alex Ovechkin has 7 goals in 6 total games vs. the Rangers this season. Can he lead the Caps to a 2-1 series edge tonight? What to watch for

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