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Watch live: Cavs look to close out Raptors

Tune to ESPN & WatchESPN for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals.

Irving connects with LeBron on slam (0:41)
Draymond names all players drafted before him from memory (1:46)
Strycova, Radwanska both fall down in spectacular point (0:41)
107-year-old dances at her first baseball game (0:42)
Walk-off pinch-hit homer sends Georgia to Women's College World Series (0:44)
Hands team performs wild wakeboard catch (0:18)
Who will win Champions League? Let's ask the pigeons! (1:32)
Are people turned off by James Harden? (2:07)
Marine disguises himself as umpire to surprise kids (0:42)
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Diary of Myles Thomas: The secret life of Sam Rice

Sam Rice's life before baseball involves a secret tragedy so terrible it seems impossible for one man to bear. And yet, somehow, he plays on. Our 1927 Yankees chronicler relays Rice's tale, one so heartbreaking it impacts all who hear it.

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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.

Kenneth Tencio nails world's first backflip down a set of stairs (0:28)
4 reasons to believe the Warriors can come back (1:07)
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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.


Irving connects with LeBron on slam

Kyrie Irving to LeBron James. Textbook alley-oop. (Live on ESPN, WatchESPN)


Messi leaves friendly with apparent injury

The Barcelona star went to the ground after a knee to his torso and was seen holding his back as he gingerly walked off the field in the 64th minute with the score 1-0.


Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors trail 15-8 early and LeBron James has hit his first three shots. With their forwards struggling to make shots and this being a do-or-die game wonder if Dwane Casey goes to Jonas Valanciunas earlier for scoring.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Game 6 starts with a three-point play for Raptors G Kyle Lowry, who has been much better at home in this series than on the road.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Walking behind Drake and his entourage. They arrived earlier than normal for Game 6. For Game 4, Drake showed up after the game started.


Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers 19-year-old rookie starter Julio Urias lasted just 2 2/3 innings in his debut Friday against the Mets. He was limited to 90 pitches regardless of how he performed, but was lifted at 81 pitches after walking his fourth batter of the day and loading the bases. The Mets led 3-1 in the third inning when he departed.

U.S. Open the return for Tiger?

With the news that Tiger Woods will miss the Memorial Tournament, Andy North discusses the chances Woods returns for the U.S. Open.


Ross smacks 100th home run

David Ross hit his 100th home run, a three-run blast, to boost the Cubs' lead over the Phillies.


Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Carlos Urías on all the comparisons his son Julio has drawn to Fernando Valenzuela: "Those comparisons to Fernando Valenzuela have happened all over, mostly in the media. But my son and I have talked a lot about it, and we agree, and mostly he has told me himself that Fernando Valenzuela is Fernando Valenzuela and, honestly, there will never be another one like him. Like my son says, I'm going to work on having my own career and try to do it the best I can. He has to build his own name. Those comparisons are greatly appreciated, but not when it comes with the pressure to be Fernando Valenzuela."

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Baylor lost its second commitment since Art Briles was fired when Houston (Texas) Bellaire lineman Jayden Peevy backed off his pledge Friday night. The Bears are now down to four pledges in the 2017 class, and two of those commits are actively looking around at other schools.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Dinger deterrence continues to be a problem for Max Scherzer, who served up a 3rd inning salami to Stephen Piscotty that put the Nats in a 5-0 hole. It's the 15th gopher ball allowed by Scherzer this season, most in the majors.


Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal told me that Julio Urías has the potential to be as good or better than any of the young starters in the talented Mets pitching staff: "(In Urías) we have a prospect that can pitch almost the same or better than them, because he has better secondary pitches and can throw up to 97-98 mph. I have never seen a pitcher that young with such good secondary pitches. The Mets prospects had success with those fastballs around 98-100mph, but their secondary pitches were not as good as Urias'."

Brett Okamoto ESPN Staff Writer 

Undefeated UFC bantamweight Cody Garbrandt at open workout. Fights another undefeated opponent in Thomas Almeida in the main event of UFC Fight Night on Sunday in Las Vegas. ACTION fight.


Fans battle for HR ball outside Wrigley

Kris Bryant absolutely crushed that ball out of the park. And fans outside of Wrigley instantly fought for it.


Larry Starks ESPN Editor 

Raptors coach Dwane Casey said this about the possibility of slowing LeBron James: "You would hope he would wear down from running all over the place. You look up and one time he's guarding Kyle (Lowry), the next time he's guarding T. Ross, the next time D.C. (DeMarre Carroll). ... You would hope at some point he would become human and get tired."

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

DeMarre Carroll is still struggling a bit shooting from behind the arc, particularly from the baseline corner, in pregame warmups. Here's Carroll shooting from top of the key.


Kessel left off USA's World Cup of Hockey roster

Phil Kessel is the biggest name missing from the final seven roster spots that were named for Team USA in the upcoming World Cup of Hockey.


Flipping awesome

When two friends are in-sync with one another, impressive catches are made while flipping on a wakeboard.


Walk-off homer sends Georgia to Women's College World Series

Georgia pinch hitter Kaylee Puailoa shows bunt, but pulls it back and takes the 0-2 pitch over the center field wall to send Georgia to the College World Series, defeating Florida 3-2.


Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Before the Raptors go onto the court from their locker room, they'll pass by this sign along the wall, perhaps for the final time this season.

Bradley: Pulisic justifying inclusion

Michael Bradley says 17-year-old Christian Pulisic continues to prove he is a necessary inclusion in the United States squad.


Draymond's memory is pretty ridiculous

Draymond Green named the 34 players drafted before him in the 2012 NBA Draft all from memory. Very impressive.


Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Dwane Casey is baffled by all the blowouts throughout the NBA postseason. "It's a mystery," the Raptors coach said.