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Looking ahead: UCLA Bruins

Three returning starters -- Bryce Alford, Tony Parker and Isaac Hamilton -- will form the Bruins' nucleus. The potential challenge is depth.

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Memorial Day special for Browns center
NFL 

Alex Mack, whose father and cousin served time in the military, has been on two USO tours, including a week-long trip to Afghanistan this offseason. Said Mack: "I think it's important to appreciate where we live and what people have to sacrifice to get what we have." 'Thank you'

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Farrell: allow 'approved substances'
MLB 

“I would like to see an approved substance pitchers can use," Red Sox manager John Farrell said. "I think anytime a game loses players for eight to 10 games ... it makes us as an industry look within. If pitchers are putting themselves at risk and if the belief is a widespread number of pitchers are doing it, why wouldn’t we look to improve the game?" Farrell's plea

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Why are pitchers doctoring baseballs?
MLB 

Hall of Famer Phil Niekro: "I think in any sport, probably any business, anybody's going to try to get that little bit of edge to do better than the other guy."

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ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

Kris Bryant's 1st-inning HR calculated at 379 feet. In normal weather (70 degrees, no wind), it would have been a HR only at Wrigley Field.

Americans not lasting at Roland Garros
Tennis 

"It’s just tough," Sam Querrey said. "Lot of tough draws for the women and the men, too. No one got the qualifier or the wild card. Definitely not been good for the Americans." Brutal start

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Impact performance nominees

Who is this week's top performer? Notre Dame men's lacrosse, Vanderbilt baseball, LSU softball and Texas baseball top the list for the Capital One Cup Impact Performance of the Week. Vote Now

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Win Champions League? Find a New Job
Soccer 

With Carlo Ancelotti's ouster at Real Madrid, NONE of the last five coaches to win the Champions League was the manager at that club two seasons later. Why he was fired

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Khris Davis' 2nd HR definitely counts

Davis almost had a HR erased in the 1st inning because he nearly missed home plate. No issues finding it on HR No. 2 off Tim Lincecum. Brewers lead 2-1 in the 4th. Follow live

Bryant, Harper not disappointing

There was plenty of hoopla for the first showdown of these young stars and both are off to a good start today:

  • Bryant: 2-for-2, with a HR
  • Harper: 1-for-2, double and a great catch against the ivy wall.
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Denver wins title over Maryland
Men College Lacrosse 

The Denver Pioneers defeated the Terrapins 10-5 to become the first team west of the Appalachians to win a Division-I lacrosse title. The last team to win the title in its first title game appearance was Princeton in 1992.

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Bryant & Harper both super patient
MLB 

This season, Bryce Harper has walked an MLB-high 39 times. Since being called up to the majors on April 17, Bryant has walked 24 times, tied for 4th most in the bigs. Only Carlos Santana has reached more full counts than Harper and Bryant.

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Montoya's 2nd Indy win especially sweet

It took him 15 years, but Juan Pablo Montoya finally has a second Indy 500 win to compare to his first as a rookie -- and a big prize for his wife. Lindsay Czarniak joins him for a SportsCenter conversation.

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Bears looking into Ray McDonald's arrest
NFL 

ESPN's Jeff Dickerson reports that the Bears are conducting their own internal investigation and expect to have a resolution in the near future. Story

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No Golden State player has been to Finals
NBA 

Tonight at 9 p.m. ET (ESPN/WatchESPN), the Warriors will attempt to advance to the Finals. The last team to win the NBA title without a player with any prior Finals experience was the Chicago Bulls in '90-91. (via Elias)

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Joe pitches like Jeremy

You might've heard that the Royals' Jeremy Guthrie allowed 11 runs in 1 inning today. The Red Sox's Joe Kelly wasn't much better. Kelly gave up 7 runs in 1 2/3 innings vs. the Twins, who lead 7-1 after 2. Follow live

Stein: Curry can rewrite NBA history
NBA 

Assuming the Warriors advance, Marc Stein says Steph Curry is "going to be the first player in NBA history to have the chance to beat everybody else on the all-NBA first team in one postseason."

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Cueto gets wing checked

Cincinnati Reds ace Johnny Cueto had his pitching elbow examined today after missing his Sunday start. He could be trade bait at midseason, but only if he's healthy. Sore

Razzano gets creative in Paris victory
Tennis 

Virginie Razzano on why she decided to serve underhand twice during her first-round win at Roland Garros: "You know, I would like to surprise my adversary, and sometimes when I feeling it's a good time to do that, I prefer to do that." Desperate times

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Maddon takes shot at schedulemakers

Joe Maddon isn't happy his team is playing an early-afternoon game on Memorial Day after playing a day game in Phoenix on Sunday: "I hope the players feel better than I do today." Cross-eyed

Collins: Rory's finding his way
Golf 

ESPN's Michael Collins says the only thing Rory McIlroy should worry about is his grueling schedule, and with a little rest, the world's No. 1 golfer will be fine.

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Bears DL arrested on domestic abuse
NFL 

Ray McDonald was arrested on a domestic violence charge early this morning. Santa Clara police confirm that he was charged with domestic violence and child endangerment. Story

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Spain: Bears didn't do due diligence
NFL 

On SportsCenter, Sarah Spain said that the only response the Bears should have to today's news is to cut Ray McDonald.

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