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11hJ.A. Adande

Klay content to be both superstar and sidekick

Klay Thompson has shown he has the game to be a superstar in his own right, but Golden State's "other" Splash Brother has no problems ceding the playoff spotlight to Steph Curry.

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Game 7 Thunder vs. Warriors: Who wins? (2:05)
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Simmons, a basketball and soccer star? (0:27)
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Lindor dunks wad of gum on reporter (0:26)
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Who throws to jet ski better: Oklahoma St QB or Texas QB? (0:40)
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Keenan Reynolds pays tribute to military heroes on Memorial Day (1:21)
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Cavs owner sees more mature, calm LeBron heading into NBA Finals (1:08)
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Spieth clinches victory with 34-foot putt (0:22)
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Cubs fan misses out on foul ball, loses hat (0:35)
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Who cracks first: Fitzpatrick or Jets? (0:57)
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Warriors force Game 7 with epic victory (1:41)
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9hBrett Okamoto

Unbeaten Garbrandt makes quick work of Almeida

Cody Garbrandt needed less than one round to knock out fellow unbeaten bantamweight Thomas Almeida in the main event of Sunday's UFC Fight Night card in Las Vegas.

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Barao falls to Stephens in featherweight debut (0:46)
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Molino equalises at the death for Orlando (0:54)
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SC Featured: Two Brothers dream of racing at the Indianapolis 500 (5:37)
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UC Davis grad impersonates LeBron (0:28)
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Tony Blengino

Peripheral numbers offer optimism for Harvey

Tony Blengino, who scouted Matt Harvey when the Mets righty was just 15, takes a deep dive into his 2016 scouting data and peripheral numbers and has one conclusion: (almost) nothing to see here.

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What is the market for 76ers' Okafor, Noel?
NBA 

If Philadelphia decides to trade one of their young big men, Chris Broussard thinks Jahlil Okafor will have more marketability than Nerlens Noel.

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Cubs fan misses out on foul ball, loses hat
MLB 

Two Cubs fans go for the ball -- and one comes up empty-handed. To make matters worse, his hat gets accidentally knocked off.

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Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

StubHub sold a second row seat to tonight's Game 7 at Oracle Arena for $10K, which is astronomical for a non-floor, non Finals ticket

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Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

Penguins wrapping up their Game 1 morning skate.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Mets manager Terry Collins expressed "concern" Monday that David Wright may be headed for the disabled list. Wright is dealing with a neck issue and is out of the lineup for a third straight game on Memorial Day. Wright landing on the DL on Tuesday would open the 25-man roster spot for newly acquired James Loney's activation on Tuesday. Loney is expected to arrive in Queens on Monday. The Mets still will need to make a 40-man roster move to fit Loney, even if Wright is placed on the DL.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Floor seats to tonight's Game 7 listed from $7,500 to $26,000 on Warriors resale site. Two $29,000 seats sold yesterday

NBA 

Baseball's connection with Memorial Day
MLB 

Tom Rinaldi reflects on the meaning of Memorial Day and the history of MLB players serving in the Armed Forces.

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MLB 

SportsCenter @sportscenter

Clayton Kershaw is the fourth pitcher since 1913 to have at least 65 strikeouts and a sub-1.00 ERA in a calendar month.

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MLB 

Derek Carty thinks Jose Quintana will get a boost today from pitching in a huge park and from facing a Mets team that profiles poorly against lefties. Best buys (Insider)

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MLB 

Can OKC hang with Warriors in crunch time?
NBA 

If tonight's Game 7 comes down to the final few minutes, will the Thunder execute? Kevin Pelton has the facts -- and some advice for the Thunder. Start fast (Insider)

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NBA 

Stats that could determine Cup finals
NHL 

Matthew Coller says the Sharks will need even more from goaltender Martin Jones if they want to beat the stacked Penguins. Key numbers (Insider)

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NHL 

Who deserves NL MVP: Kershaw or Arrieta?
MLB 

Mike Greenberg says Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw is putting up numbers that suggest he could be heading in the direction of Sandy Koufax as one of the greatest LHPs ever.

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

MORNING VIDEO: What worked for Clayton Kershaw on Sunday and how did he get out of that first-inning jam? We'll let the ace explain it.

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Spieth looking forward to Memorial

Jordan Spieth explains how he was able to pull off a win at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational and what kind of battle he expects to have at the Memorial Tournament.

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Lindor dunks wad of gum on reporter
MLB 

While Indians field reporter Andre Knott was on the air, Francisco Lindor received an alley-oop and dunked a wad of gum on Knott's head.

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Gasol mulls not playing in Olympics
NBA 

The Bulls' Pau Gasol is considering not playing at the Olympics because of the Zika virus. He said there is too much uncertainty about the situation in Brazil and anyone going for the Games should "think about'' whether it's worth the risk. Story

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NBA 

Rossi in awe after winning Indy 500

Alexander Rossi says he still can't comprehend the magnitude of winning the Indianapolis 500 on his first-ever try as a rookie.

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Who throws to jet ski better?
NCAAF 

Both Oklahoma State QB Mason Rudolph and Texas QB Shane Buechele make incredible throws to friends on jet skis. Whose throw is better? You be the judge.

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Greeny makes plea to Fitzpatrick, Jets
NFL 

Mike Greenberg made an impassioned plea to QB Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Jets to come to an agreement because he "cannot take it anymore."

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UC Davis grad immitates LeBron
NBA 

Ricky Santos mimics LeBron James' signature chalk toss while walking across the stage during graduation at the University of California, Davis.

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Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

Only the second time ever an entire day at #RG16 was canceled for an entire day. Last time? Same date as today: May 30, 2000.

Tennis 

Durant: 'We can't feel sorry for ourselves'
NBA 

Kevin Durant explains how the Thunder have moved on from their tough loss in Game 6 and are excited to be playing in a Game 7.

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