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Curry leads Warriors' trouncing of Rockets

With Stephen Curry scoring 40 points at one end and shutdown D blanketing the Rockets at the other, the Warriors put it all together in a Game 3 rout.

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Cormier claims title, calls out Jones at UFC 187

Daniel Cormier, who came up short in a bid to capture Jon Jones' title less than five months ago, claimed the vacant UFC 205-pound title on Saturday, submitting Anthony Johnson in the 3rd round.

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LeBron reflects on civic role after Brelo verdict

LeBron James addressed more than just basketball after practice Saturday, discussing another case garnering national interest involving a white police officer taking the life of black citizens.

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Weidman wins by TKO to retain belt (0:28)

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Rizzo the hero for Cubs on Saturday (0:33)

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Incredible one-handed backflip catch (0:34)

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Garber: Selfie recalls chilling moment
Tennis 

ESPN's Greg Garber: "Ever since 1993, when Monica Seles was stabbed in the back by a crazed fan on a changeover, security has been tighter at tournaments. But Sunday, Roger Federer gamely posed for a selfie with a young intruder, who was inexplicably allowed to leave the court at his leisure."

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Tennis 

Fan's selfie with Federer
Tennis 

A young fan eludes security and runs onto the court after Roger Federer's first-round victory at the French Open. Federer is not amused.

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Tennis 

Federer makes it look easy
Tennis 

Roger Federer has won just one title at Roland Garros, back in 2009. His quest for a second crown began with a straight-sets victory over Alejandro Falla. Watch live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

AP
Tennis 

Youzhny loses it at French
Tennis 

Mikhail Youzhny goes bonkers (literally) at the French Open. He lost the first two sets to Damir Dzumhur, then retired.

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Tennis 

Wawrinka wins
Tennis 

The No. 8 seed, Switzerland's Stan Wawrinka, cruised past Turkey's Marsel Ilhan in straight sets at the French. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Cormier takes Johnson for a ride
MMA 

Daniel Cormier nearly pulled off a full suplex when he lifted Anthony Johnson off the canvas during his title fight victory at UFC 187.

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MMA 

Cormier: I'm a legit champion
MMA 

After winning the title vacated by Jon Jones, Daniel Cormier said: "You see what's sitting right there? That's a gold belt. That thing is reserved for the UFC champion. I didn't disqualify myself from this competition, Jon [Jones] did."

UFC
MMA 

In among the bigs, MVP thrives

Dwight Howard is listed at 6-foot-11 and averages more than 10 rebounds a game. Stephen Curry is 6-3 and pulls down about 4 a game. So this battle of the boards was a mismatch, right? Umm ... not so fast.

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Curry shows Rockets fan to his seat

Stephen Curry had a little extra for the crowd after this 3-pointer. After the game, Curry said he told the fan to sit down after hearing the fan say a four-letter word to him.

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Cormier wears down Johnson for title
MMA 

Daniel Cormier took a barrage of blows from Anthony "Rumble" Johnson but cinched in a rear-naked choke for the UFC light heavyweight crown. Cormier: "I have a message for one man: Jon Jones, get your [stuff] together! I'm waiting for you!"

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MMA 

Jim Caple @jimcaple

French Open wild card Louisa Chirico throws a football to warm up shoulder before match. Really. And yes, she says it is properly inflated.

Federer's fancy drop shot
Tennis 

Roger Federer hits a beautiful drop shot that just kisses the line during his first-round match against Alejandro Fallo.

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Tennis 

Halep gets things started
Tennis 

The second Grand Slam of the year gets underway with 32 matches today. Simona Halep, the 3-seed on the women's side, celebrated her win over Evgeniya Rodina in early action. Watch live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Jim Caple @jimcaple

There are 23 U.S. players at the French Open but only 3 playing the opening day today. There are more Croatians (4) playing today.

ESPNTennis @ESPNTennis

Four seeds in action to start opening day, and all four - (3) Halep, (9) Makarova, (19) Bautista Agut and (22) Kohlschreiber - have leads.