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Follow live: Warriors coming back in Game 2

Down by as many as 17 in the first half, the Warriors have come back with a strong second quarter Tuesday night.

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Miami wins Game 1 in OT despite Lowry's heroics

Kyle Lowry sent Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals into overtime with a half-court buzzer-beater, but Miami scored the first eight points of OT and outlasted the Raptors north of the border.

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An electrifying minute in Toronto (0:52)
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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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2hMike 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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Kerr: Curry making the improvement we're looking for (1:16)
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Metta World Peace shares thoughts on Kobe's farewell tour (1:19)
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5hDarren Rovell

Source: Harper signs historic Under Armour deal

Bryce Harper has signed a 10-year extension with Under Armour that is believed to be the largest endorsement deal in history for a baseball player, a source with knowledge of the deal told ESPN.

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Samardzija gets so mad he breaks his bat over his knee (0:23)
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The 16 things you missed in a ridiculous Thunder-Spurs ending (1:35)
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(NEW) 30 for 30 Shorts: Gonzo @ the Derby (13:02)
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Ref's Perspective: Final play from Thunder-Spurs Game 2 (2:28)
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Stephen A. doubts LeBron joining the Lakers (1:28)
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Artist depicts NBA playoffs Round 2

French comic artist Asur Misoa followed up her first-round effort with another batch of artwork representing the second-round matchups.

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Windhorst: Heat believe it's too dangerous to play Bosh (1:38)
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Owner to donate purse if Brody's Cause wins Derby

Dennis Albaugh, whose family owns Brody's Cause, has announced the winner's share will be donated to the Des Moines Area Community College Foundation if the colt prevails Saturday Kentucky Derby.

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100-year-old sprinter sets world record (0:24)
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11hMark Hodgkinson

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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5hJames Walker

HOF coach Shula hospitalized, expected to be OK

Former Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame coach Don Shula was hospitalized for two medical conditions but is expecting a good recovery, his wife said in a statement Tuesday.

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Kevin Durant is the NBA's next villain (2:15)

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Roark's pitch goes just a bit outside
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Straight-out-of-the-camera-frame outside.

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Arrieta shines again as Cubs move to 19-6
MLB 

Jake Arrieta lowered his 2016 ERA to 0.84 with seven scoreless innings to help Chicago to a 7-1 win in Pittsburgh.

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Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

With the Warriors clawing back, Oracle Arena is now a high-decibel environment -- everyone on their feet. Portland 47, Golden State 37 with 4:27 remaining in the first half.

Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

Blues completely outplaying Stars in second. Their best second period of the playoffs. Just pouring it on. Now 5-1 St. Louis.

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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

What a comeback by the Royals! They score three runs in the bottom of the ninth off Jonathan Papelbon to snap the Nationals' four-game win streak. Mike Moustakas came off the bench for a big two-run pinch-hit single and then Lorenzo Cain drove in the winner with a liner in the gap on an 0-2 pitch.

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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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Erik Spoelstra on the Kyle Lowry shot: "I think once it left in his hand I think everybody in the building knew it was going to go."

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Portland works patiently and opportunistically in the first quarter to generate quality looks at the basket. They lead 34-21. Al-Farouq Aminu got loose from distance and off the bounce for 10 points to lead the way for the Trail Blazers. CJ McCollum added nine. The defense has been active and tough, limiting the Dubs to 21 points in 22 possessions.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

International Theft: Dwyane Wade and Goran Dragic combine for 50 points as the Heat snatch home court advantage away from Toronto with a 102-96 win in Game 1. Wade scored seven in OT and added two steals in the extra period to extend Heat's franchise record to 18 consecutive playoff series with at least one road victory.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Final: Heat 102 Raptors 96 (OT). Kyle Lowry's miracle shot from beyond halfcourt sent the game to the extra session but Miami jumped out early in OT to take Game 1. Toronto falls to 0-5 in Game 1s at home. Lowry shot just 3-for-13 and had seven points. Goran Dragic and Dwyane Wade combined for 50 points for the Heat.

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

The Trail Blazers are smoking hot -- 9-for-15 overall and 4-for-6 from distance. All five starters are on the board and they lead Golden State 24-13 a little less than nine minutes into Game 2.

Jeff Samardzija breaks bat over knee
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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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Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Strong start for the Trail Blazers who find a series of good shot attempts after defensive stops, something both Terry Stotts and Damian Lillard named as objectives -- easier to get looks against a scrambling defense. Portland leads 10-3 three minutes into Game 2 in Oakland.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Justin Smoak entered tonight with no home runs in 52 plate appearances. So of course he hit a game-tying home run in the bottom of the ninth and then a walk-off blast in the 10th to beat the Rangers. Because baseball.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

That Dwyane Wade shot should do it. But then again, Miami found a way to lose a six-point lead with seven seconds left in regulation. But Heat now pitching a shutout in overtime, up 98-90 with 1:21 remaining.

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

More fun with cross-matches in Oakland in Game 2. Mo Harkless starts the night on Klay Thompson for Portland.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Heat open overtime retaking control. Big shots and two strong defensive stands to take 96-90 lead.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Heat rip off six straight points to begin OT and the Raptors are in trouble again.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Jake Arrieta settled down nicely after walking the first two Pirate hitters on Tuesday night. Only 2 of the next 22 reached against him as he improved to 6-0.

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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Lowry had been 7-for-48 from 3 in the playoffs before that miracle shot went down. To overtime we go.

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LOWRY FROM THE LOGO AT THE BUZZER!!!! Free basketball in Toronto! Heat and Raptors are tied at 90.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Lowry from beyond halfcourt and we're tied. Holy cow.

Lightning's Drouin gets laid out by Hickey
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Thomas Hickey's massive body check forced Jonathan Drouin to the locker room.

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Kobe Bryant living that retired life
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Even at Disneyland, Kobe was hit with "MVP!" chants.

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