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With Paul out, Griffin shows L.A. the way

Notching a second straight triple-double wasn't the only way Blake Griffin delivered in the Clippers' Game 1 win in Houston.

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Source: Bills' Ryan, Collins meet in Baton Rouge

Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan passed through Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and had an unsanctioned meeting with former LSU offensive lineman La'el Collins, a source confirmed to ESPN.

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Fight promoters target Periscope for PPV piracy

Piracy of the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao title fight on unsanctioned streams from Periscope has come into focus as a substantial concern and possible cause of lost pay-per-view orders.

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Monday's MLB Highlights

Cardinals win seventh straight (2:14)

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Olbermann: 'I told you so' (6:24)
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Stephen Curry's SportsCenter conversation (2:22)
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Curry, Warriors' success all connected

A confluence of good things came together for Golden State this season, and Steph Curry's MVP award is just one reward.

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Pronman: Top 100 draft prospects

Sure, Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel are the top two NHL draft prospects. But who goes thereafter? Corey Pronman ranks the top 100, including notes from scouts and executives.

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Curry's plays of the year (2:34)

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Bulls' fast start hurts Cavs (0:40)

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New NCAA coordinator could reduce shot clock
Men's College Basketball 

J.D. Collins is the new national coordinator of men's basketball officiating. Committee chair Rick Byrd told ESPN.com's Andy Katz that he expects the committee to agree to reduce the shot clock from 35 to 30 seconds.

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Men's College Basketball 

Griffin has back-to-back triple-doubles
NBA 

Blake Griffin is the first player to do that in the playoffs since Jason Kidd in 2002 and he's only the 3rd non-guard to do it in NBA history.

NBA 

Mayweather open to Pacquiao rematch
Boxing 

Floyd Mayweather would be willing to fight Manny Pacquiao again in September or a year from now, he told ESPN's Stephen A. Smith via text this morning. Pacquiao needs rotator cuff surgery and will miss the next 9-12 months.

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Boxing 

OTD: Pete Rose collects 3,000th hit
MLB 

On May 5, 1978, the 37-year-old Rose went 2-for-4 against the Expos, accumulating his 3,000th hit in his 16th season. He'd go on to hit an MLB-record 4,256.

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MLB 

Start picking your lineup, fantasy folks
NFL 

ESPN's Christopher Harris has Chargers RB Melvin Gordon as the top rookie, followed by Bears WR Kevin White. And you won't find Todd Gurley in the top 5 -- he's eighth overall.

NFL 

ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

Clippers: tied NBA playoff record for three-pointers in a half, hitting 11 of 16 in the 2nd half (last with 11- 2011 Mavericks)

Curry's plus-minus through the roof
NBA 

Steph Curry's 2014-15 season is mirroring LeBron James' 2008-09 season, though Curry probably hopes the ending plays out a bit differently.

NBA 

BBTN's Web Gem from Monday
MLB 

It's Elvis Andrus' turn to try to beat out Alex Gordon's six-time reigning Web Gem -- but does the Rangers shortstop's dive and shovel toss to second to turn a double play live up to Gordon's head-first dive into the stands?

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MLB 

Charges dismissed against McClain
NFL 

Alabama prosecutors are dismissing charges against Cowboys LB Rolando McClain stemming from his arrest in a park in his hometown in 2013 when he allegedly cursed at officers and pulled away when they tried to arrest him. Story

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NFL 

Champions League: Boring excellence?
Soccer 

Four of the best teams in the world -- maybe ever -- are about to clash. So why is the world's greatest club competition in danger of becoming boring and too predictable? Spread the excellence

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Soccer 

Bulls vs. LeBron in the playoffs
NBA 

With the Bulls taking Game 1 of the series, it marks the third straight time they've beaten a LeBron James team in a series opener. The bad news? Each of the previous 2 instances, the Bulls lost in 5 games.

NBA 

Steph Curry talks with SportsCenter
NBA 

Said the NBA MVP: "I'm proud of this moment ... but if we fall short of anything other than the ultimate goal of winning a championship, we're going to be very disappointed."

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NBA 

Woods' wrist feeling better
Golf 

Tiger Woods said he didn't do anything for a week after injuring his wrist at the Masters: "I didn't lift. I just did leg stuff. I didn't do anything with my hand. ... It was the front of the wrist. It was a joint that slipped out and I put it back in."

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Golf 

Pronman: Top 100 NHL draft prospects
NHL 

Two generational prospects are available in this summer’s NHL draft: Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel. But who goes after that? See all prospects (Insider)

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NHL 

Health key to Tiger's return
Golf 

On if he can win this week: "I'm finally healthy enough to do it. ... Everything is a full go."

On how he can win: "Making my way up from where I'm at is just going to take consistency."

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Golf 

Woods' season so far
Golf 

While Tiger Woods (79) sits 3 wins behind Sam Snead for the most all-time, this season hasn't gone as well as previous seasons for Woods. His four starts have resulted in two T-17s, a missed cut and a withdrawn.

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Golf 

Manny Pacquiao's injury impacted fight
Boxing 

ESPN's Dan Rafael: "[Dr. Neal ElAttrache] told me it was severe enough that it would not heal without a surgical procedure. ... If that's how bad it was, you have to think that of course it hampered him to some degree in the fight."

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Boxing 

ICYMI: Pacquiao to have shoulder surgery
Boxing 

"We have an MRI scan that confirms he has a rotator cuff tear. He has a significant tear," orthopedic surgeon Dr. Neal ElAttrache told ESPN's Dan Rafael. ElAttrache said Pacquiao will be out of action between nine months and 12 months. The day for the surgery hasn't been set.

AP Photo/John Locher
Boxing 

SportsCenter @SportsCenter

Crazy Stat of Day: LeBron James has played 85 career home playoff games. Monday was the first time his team didn't take a lead at any point.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

The Players isn't a major, but it's a big one. How can we tell? Early Tuesday practice round for Tiger Woods. That doesn't happen too often.

Player makes one-handed, backflip grab
College Football 

If you can make a one-handed catch, why not amplify it with a backflip? Apparently, North Illinois' Marlon Moore was thinking the same thing.

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College Football