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Bodo: Kyrgios' brilliance too much for Federer

Roger Federer seemed to have everything under control -- until he didn't. That's when Nick Kyrgios made his move and shocked the Slam King at the Madrid Open.

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Lightning score first

A backhand pass from Steven Stamkos to Alex Killorn set up Tampa Bay's goal. That's Killorn's third point of the series. The Lightning are up 2-0 in the series. Follow live

Big 12 sets new tiebreaker process
College Football 

The Big 12 ensured it will no longer have co-champions as the conference unanimously agreed on a new tiebreaker process. The plan would honor head-to-head results in a two-team tie. 'One True Champion'

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Getting the 'band back together
NBA 

We're not saying the headband had anything to do with it, but LeBron James looked much more like his normal self in the first quarter, as the Cavs took a 38-18 lead. Follow live

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Diamondbacks roll Rockies 13-7
MLB 

Aaron Hill slugged a 3-run homer and matched a career high with 4 RBIs to power the Diamondbacks in the opener of a doubleheader. Arizona handed Colorado its 6th straight loss.

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Katie Strang @KatieStrangESPN

Alain Vigneault was coy when asked pre-game if he'd consider moving Dom Moore up on different line. Starting between Hagelin, Hayes tonight

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Rangers at Capitals, Game 4 NYR: 10 consecutive playoff games decided by 1 goal dating back to last season (longest streak in NHL history)

Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

Story going online now: ESPN sources say Chicago's Jimmy Butler will be named NBA's Most Improved Player later this week

Rangers vs. Capitals, 7:30 p.m. ET

The Caps have dictated the play this series, limiting the Rangers to a mere four goals in three games. Can they continue to bottle up one of the most dynamic offensive teams in the league and take a commanding 3-1 series lead? Follow live

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Cavs blowing out Bulls early

The Bulls have outscored LeBron James and his headband by 2 points. Unfortunately for Chicago, James has teammates, and they've helped the Cavs take a 28-14 lead late in the first quarter. Follow live

Jack Adams finalists named
NHL 

Bob Hartley (Flames), Peter Laviolette (Predators) and Alain Vigneault (Rangers) are the three finalists for the 2014-15 Jack Adams Award, presented to the head coach who has "contributed the most to his team's success."

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Dave McMenamin @mcten

LeBron just subbed himself out of the game 4 minutes into it. Looks like his Game 1 vs BOS when he purposely burned himself out early

Will we see 'Hack-a-Noah'?

Joakim Noah missed his first 2 free throws tonight, and is now just 1-for-14 from the line this postseason. The Cavs have opened up an early 13-2 lead. Follow live

Nick Friedell @NickFriedell

You know you've reached a high level in pop culture when people actually care whether or not you wear a headband while doing your job.

Canadiens vs. Lightning, 7 p.m. ET
NHL 

Montreal hasn't beaten Tampa Bay yet this season. Can they turn the tide and earn a win in Florida, or will the Lightning push them to the brink of a sweep? Follow live

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Cavs look to avoid 0-2 hole vs. Bulls
NBA 

LeBron James wasn't pleased with himself or his team after their Game 1 loss: "We all have to be better. I have to be better. I wasn't that good." Cleveland's first chance to improve comes at home in Game 2, when James looks to avoid dropping the first two games of a series for the first time since 2008. Follow live

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