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Warriors blow past Blazers in Game 2

The Warriors entered the fourth quarter down 11. Golden State won by 11 points. Simple math tells us all we need to know: The defending champs know how to finish.

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Thompson's splash gives Warriors first lead of the game (0:21)
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Raptors, Blue Jays electrify Toronto in one minute (0:52)
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Lowry is still putting up shots postgame (0:22)
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Dodgers prank Raymond the mascot (0:21)
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We expected better: Top 25 of unfulfilled potential

ESPN.com presents the top 25 cases of unfulfilled potential in sports history. Some of the athletes who made the list squandered their prodigious talent; others were slowed or stopped by injury. All left us wanting more.

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The potential cast for 'Space Jam 2' (0:32)
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7hMike Rodak

Source: Glenn, Bills reach 5-year, $65M extension

The Buffalo Bills and left tackle Cordy Glenn have agreed to a five-year contract extension worth $65 million, with $36 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

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Lowry's half-court heave forces OT, Toronto erupts (0:29)
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Metta World Peace shares thoughts on Kobe's farewell tour (1:19)
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Former Rockets star: Harden looks after Harden

Former Rockets star Robert Reid was critical of current star James Harden, saying his selfishness may have been to blame for the team's bumpy road this season.

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Lightning heat up rugged rivalry with Islanders

Game 3 had a bit of everything in the thrills department -- big hits, late goals and a controversial overtime winner. Strap in, because this series is getting interesting.

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Weber's rocket goes top shelf (0:23)
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Samardzija gets so mad he breaks his bat over his knee (0:23)
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How the 1970 Kentucky Derby forever changed sports journalism (13:02)
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Stephen A. doubts LeBron joining the Lakers (1:28)
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Roark's pitch goes just a bit outside (0:17)
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Hodgkinson: Novak Djokovic the co-GOAT?

Novak Djokovic has six fewer Grand Slam titles than Roger Federer, but one of the game's foremost luminaries says the Serb should be considered the co-greatest of all time.

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Homemade Hero: Carlos Correa's path to MLB Stardom (6:41)

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Draymond dunks on two Trail Blazers
NBA 

Steph Curry liked what he saw from Draymond Green on this drive.

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NBA 

An electrifying minute in Toronto
NBA 

Kyle Lowry's half-court buzzer beater sent the Raptors to OT just a minute before Justin Smoak's walk-off home run for the Blue Jays.

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NBA 

Jeff Samardzija breaks bat over knee
MLB 

The Giants RHP loves to deal the strikeouts, but he doesn't exactly like being on the other end of them.

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MLB 

Tanner Roark's pitch goes just a bit outside
MLB 

Straight-out-of-the-camera-frame outside.

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Despite what women in the grocery store might think, Jordan Spieth is doing OK after losing a 5-shot lead on the back 9 at the 2016 Masters.

Play of the day: Atleti's brilliant counter
UEFA Champions League 

Five players. Five passes. One Antoine Griezmann goal that sent Atletico Madrid to the Champions League final.

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Iguodala's fancy up-and-under layup
NBA 

Golden State's Andre Iguodala avoided the block with a beautiful reverse against Portland.

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NBA 

The Could-Have-Beens

ESPN presents the top 25 cases of unfulfilled potential in sports history. Some of the athletes who made the list squandered their prodigious talent; others were slowed or stopped by injury. All left us wanting more. Unfulfilled potential

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100-year-old sprinter sets world record

At the age of 100, sprinter Ida Keeling broke the 100-meter dash record for her age at the Penn Relays.

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Who should join LeBron in 'Space Jam' sequel?
NBA 

Mike & Mike give their recommendations for which players should be cast to join LeBron James in the "Space Jam" sequel.

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NBA 

NFL draft picks who will play immediately
NFL 

Among the first-rounders who could produce immediately? Expect Shaq Lawson to fill the Bills' pass-rushing void and Josh Doctson to get lots of targets for the Redskins, Mel Kiper writes. Paying quick dividends

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NFL 

Dodgers prank Raymond the mascot
MLB 

Yasiel Puig and Enrique Hernandez teamed up to get the best of the Rays' mascot.

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Kobe Bryant living that retired life
NBA 

Even at Disneyland, Kobe was hit with "MVP!" chants.

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Lowry still puts up shots postgame
NBA 

After a 3-for-13 shooting night in the Raptors' loss, Kyle Lowry stayed late to put in work in the gym.

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Thompson's splash gives Warriors 1st lead
NBA 

Golden State trailed Portland by 11 entering the fourth quarter before taking its first lead of the game with less than six minutes to play on this Klay Thompson trey.

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Barnwell: Resetting the NFL trade market
NFL 

Sam Bradford and Colin Kaepernick are among several key players who could get traded over the next few months. But will they? We shall see

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NFL 

The untold story of Steven Adams

The Thunder big man starts fights, eats pig testicles and has no problem crushing your grandma at bingo. Seven feet of not giving a crap

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Houston on Rodgers: 'He's too arrogant'

While Lamarr Houston admits Aaron Rodgers is a great competitor, he also said, "The whole championship belt thing kind of gets on my nerve." Not a fan

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McShay: Most improved teams after draft
NFL 

Todd McShay says Jacksonville and Chicago are among six franchises that made the most of their picks in the NFL draft after selecting Jalen Ramsey (fifth overall to the Jags) and Leonard Floyd (ninth overall to the Bears). Story (Insider)

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NFL 

Lightning's Drouin gets laid out by Hickey
NHL 

Thomas Hickey's massive body check forced Jonathan Drouin to the locker room.

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What you missed in Thunder-Spurs ending
NBA 

The finish to Game 1 in San Antonio was absolutely wild. Here are 16 things you might have missed.

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NBA 

Metta recounts Russell-Young incident
NBA 

Metta World Peace on the fallout between D'Angelo Russell and Nick Young: "The young players that's coming in to sports are so immature these days, so they make a lot of mistakes. You gotta always be there to pick them up."

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It was delayed by a half-court buzzer-beater, but Dwyane Wade picked up his 100th career playoff win as the Heat held on in OT. [Credit: Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images]

Leicester's dream came true

Leicester City are champions of the Premier League. You can say it as often as you like, but it still doesn't make sense. And that's what made the aftermath so much fun. Unforgettable party begins

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Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Offensive ratings in the last nine minutes of Game 2: Golden State 155.6 Portland 44.4