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Curry comes through as Warriors take Game 2

From scoring 33 points to thwarting James Harden on the game's final play, Stephen Curry made all the difference as Golden State took a 2-0 series lead.

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Brewers' Smith ejected for substance on arm

Brewers relief pitcher Will Smith was ejected for having rosin and sunscreen on his right forearm Thursday night in the seventh inning of a 10-1 loss to the Atlanta Braves.

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Bills DT Dareus suspended 1 game by league

Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus has been suspended for the first game of the regular season for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, the league announced Thursday.

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OTL: Kurt Busch's ex used charity as bank

Documents show that Patricia Driscoll, in effect, used the Armed Forces Foundation as a bank to lend money for or pay various personal expenses, including bills for a private company she owns.

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Bryant extends hit streak in Cubs' win (0:43)

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Okafor's mid-interview block (0:17)

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Best of the NBA playoffs in super slow motion (1:14)
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Clayton: Teams that could pursue Ray Rice

Don't expect Ray Rice to be signed any time soon, John Clayton writes. But here are five teams, including the Cowboys, that could consider adding him at the start of training camp.

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Women's French Open draw
Tennis 

Serena Williams could meet former No. 1 Victoria Azarenka in the third round. And if the world No. 1 wins? She could play sister Venus in the fourth round. Of Serena's 19 majors, only two have come at the French Open. Full draw

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Tennis 

Kerr shining in playoff coaching debut
NBA 

Steve Kerr is off to a 10-2 start in his NBA playoff coaching career, which is 1 shy of the best start ever by a coach in his first dozen playoff games. The only coach with a better start was Pat Riley, who was 11-1 in 1982 with the Lakers. The Lakers would go on to win the NBA title. (via Elias)

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NBA 

Giants racking up shutouts

The Giants capped a Dodgers sweep Thursday and did not allow a run in any of the 3 games -- the second time this month the Giants have recorded 3 straight shutouts. According to Elias, San Francisco is the first team to notch 3 straight shutouts twice in the same calendar month since the 1969 Mets -- who went on to win the World Series.

What's Kaminsky's NBA future?
NBA 

An NBA scout says Frank Kaminsky “might get killed on D” in the NBA. His response? "Doubt it! When elite opponents match up against me, how do they fare?" Picking apart his game

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NBA 

Seifert: Sam to CFL a good move
CFL 

Michael Sam signed with the Montreal Alouettes today and Kevin Seifert likes the move, tweeting: "Smart move here. Needs game action, fresh tape. Plenty of recent CFL-NFL moves based on performance."

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CFL 

OTD: Ted Williams enlists in military
MLB 

On this date in 1942, the season after hitting .409, Williams enlisted in the U.S. Navy Air Corps to train to become a fighter pilot. He would go on to hit for the Triple Crown before missing the next three seasons while on duty.

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MLB 

Friday Night Fights airs final episode
Boxing 

Joe Tessitore reflects on the history and significance of the show during its 17-year run.

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Boxing 

Katie Strang @KatieStrangESPN

Mike Babcock to meet with DET media today. His request. He arrived early @ the Joe this morning -- making rounds, saying goodbye to staffers

No one has ever hit 3's like Curry
NBA 

Stephen Curry is the first player in NBA history to make at least five 3-pointers in four straight playoff games. More from Elias Sports Bureau

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NBA 

Joel McHale to host the ESPYS

The comedian, actor and TV personality will host the 2015 ceremony, which airs on ABC on July 15. McHale said he's "ecstatic" to be hosting: "After my stunning victory in the Iditarod this year by only using six Bichon Frises and a lamb, I think the sports world saw me as the logical host."

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Rangers should get back to basics
NHL 

Barry Melrose points out that the Rangers need to return to being a defensive-minded team if they want to even the series at 2 with the Lightning tonight.

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NHL 

Allow six goals -- still win series

The Rangers have allowed 6 goals in each of the last 2 games against the Lightning. Since the 2005 lockout, three teams have won a series despite having a pair of games where they gave up at least 6 goals. Two of those teams -- the Kings and Hurricanes -- would later go on to win the Stanley Cup. (via Elias)

Report: Browns don't want 'Hard Knocks'
NFL 

The Browns have asked to opt out to protect Johnny Manziel and that request likely will be granted by the NFL, according to ESPN Cleveland. Potential participants are the Texans, Redskins or Bills. Per rules, the Bills can also opt out since they have a new coach in Rex Ryan.

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NFL 

Todd Archer @toddarcher

Re Scandrick contract: Impressive feat to get an extension with four years left on deal. Has to be a first for the Cowboys.

Steph Curry so good, dad couldn't watch

Dell Curry told SI about the time his son dropped 63 points in a middle school game: "All these people were coming in to see what was going on, and there was so much commotion, it seemed like he was never going to stop. ... I had to get out of there. I felt bad for the other team. I couldn't watch what he was doing to those kids."

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Cowboys lock up Orlando Scandrick
NFL 

The CB reached agreement on a new deal, according to ESPN sources and multiple reports. He reportedly was due $10.5M from Dallas over the next four seasons before this new deal, and will now make $20M over the next five. The new contract was first reported by the NFL Network.

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NFL 

Looking ahead: Arizona
Men's College Basketball 

The real definition of elite, especially in this era of turnover, is what happens to a team when its roster is depleted by early defections and graduations. Does it crumble or reload? Arizona is reloading. O'Neil: Solid recruiting class

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