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Watch live: Indy 500 up for grabs in closing laps

Defending race champion Juan Pablo Montoya crashed out on lap 62. Tune in to the 100th Indianapolis 500 on ABC and WatchESPN.

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All-Access: A tale of two halves (1:55)
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Stephen A.: Durant, Westbrook 'flat-out choked' (1:55)
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Warriors force Game 7 with epic victory (1:41)
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UC Davis grad impersonates LeBron (0:28)
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Utley gets revenge with grand slam (0:29)
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Royals cap wild comeback with magical ninth inning (1:28)
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Hill applauds Rice speaking to Ravens' rookies (0:55)
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4dMike Sando

2016 offseason grades for all 32 NFL teams

Which NFL teams actually made themselves better this offseason? Our crew of NFL Insiders dissects all the relevant draft picks and deals, grading each franchise's performance.

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6hJeff Carlisle

Carlisle: Wood, Nagbe, Pulisic on the cusp

Are United States young guns Bobby Wood, Darlington Nagbe and Christian Pulisic ready to step up at the Copa America? Jeff Carlisle takes a look.

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4hLaurence Edmondson

Hamilton wins dramatic Monaco Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton claims a superb first victory of 2016 in Monaco after Red Bull blundered and threw away what looked like a certain win for Daniel Ricciardo.

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1dBen Arledge

Smith at peace with infamous Stanley Cup own goal

Thirty years ago, Steve Smith became hockey's Bill Buckner when his infamous gaffe cost the Oilers a chance at a Cup. Now he's helping other young defensemen weather the ups and downs in the NHL.

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Stephen A.: Durant, Westbrook 'flat-out choked'
NBA 

Stephen A. Smith now believes the Oklahoma City Thunder have only a slim chance of winning Game 7 against the Warriors.

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Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

San Jose Sharks' Joe Pavelski discusses the ebbs and flows of the organization in recent season and how those experiences have helped the team reach the Stanley Cup finals against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

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Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

Sharks forward Joe Thornton on what he likes best about the Stanley Cup: "It's beautiful."

Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

San Jose Sharks defenseman Brent Burns believes teammate Joe Thornton is one of the best players in the world. The respect Thornton has in the dressing room is second to none and the Sharks hope to end this season with a Stanley Cup championship.

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Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

Pittsburgh Penguins veteran defenseman Trevor Daley season ended with a broken left ankle during the Eastern Conference finals. Now that the Penguins have advanced to the Stanley Cup finals, he will still be a part of the team and do anything to help out. Fellow blueliner Brian Dumoulin appreciates Daley's contributions.

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ESPNTennis @ESPNTennis

Rain returns in Paris and play is suspended, likely for the night. Halep leading Stosur 5-3. Radwanska leading Pironkova 6-2 3-0.

Forecasting the future
NBA 

Which team is best suited to challenge the Warriors and Cavs over the next three years? Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton offer an outlook for every NBA franchise. Future Power Rankings

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Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

Sidney Crosby talks about how his comfort level on the big stage has grown through the years.

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Olney: Syndergaard ejection highlights inconsistency
MLB 

Buster Olney says MLB needs to figure out how to handle pitchers throwing at batters more consistently in the wake of Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard throwing behind Chase Utley.

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OTD: Rickey Henderson sets record
MLB 

On May 29, 1990 Henderson broke Ty Cobb's 62-year-old American League stolen base record when he swiped No. 893.

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Anatomy of the Warriors' comeback
NBA 

So much happened in so little time. Here's how Golden State beat the odds to force Game 7. A desperate champion

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NBA 

Olney: Kershaw's command 'so extraordinary'
MLB 

What Clayton Kershaw is doing this season might be a case of the best pitcher of all time doing his best work, particularly in how he controls the ball-strike count.

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Rodgers thinks Cobb being mic'd up punctured lung
NFL 

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers believes his WR teammate Randall Cobb suffered a punctured lung in last season's playoff game against the Arizona Cardinals because he fell on his mic pack while being mic'd up. Story

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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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Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

Penguins forward Sidney Crosby on returning to the Stanley Cup finals: "It feels like it's been awhile but the one thing that doesn't change is the excitement."

What other drivers think about the Indy 500
IndyCar 

NASCAR and Formula One drivers love it, and some would even like to race in it. Energy and excitement

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IndyCar 

OTD: Yankees blast back against Red Sox

On this date in 1927, the Yankees demontrated their "Five O'Clock Lightning" by scoring seven runs in the eighth inning against the Red Sox, eventually winning 15-7. Follow the 1927 Yankees all season long in real time. '27 Yankees on Twitter

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Yu Darvish back and better than ever?
MLB 

In his first start of the 2014 season, Darvish hit 95 miles per hour once. On Saturday, his first start since undergoing Tommy John surgery in March 2015, the right-hander hit that velocity 20 times.

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ESPNTennis @ESPNTennis

Richard Gasquet goes up 6-4 6-2 on Kei Nishikori. Since hour-long rain delay, France's Gasquet has won 10 of 12 games.