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Newcastle avoids relegation with win; Hull City goes down

Newcastle held on to its spot in the Premier League on two second-half goals against West Ham. As a result, Hull City will be relegated.

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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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Newcastle avoids relegation
Soccer 

Goals from Moussa Sissoko and Jonas Gutierrez lifted Newcastle to a 2-0 win over West Ham, securing Newcastle's spot in the Premier League and relegating Hull City.

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Indy 500 start nears
IndyCar 

The drivers were just introduced and now the 99th running will begin shortly, live on ABC.

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IndyCar 

Major concerns at Indy
IndyCar 

There's serious anticipation for the 99th running of the Indy 500 today. But a slew of ugly pre-race crashes also brings serious concern.

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IndyCar 

Kanaan can win 2nd Indy 500 in 3 years
IndyCar 

Tony Kanaan, the 2013 Indy 500 winner, catches up with SportsCenter before the race: "Today's a big day. It's my 300th start and hopefully I'll be able to do it again."

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Fellaini sees straight red
Soccer 

After coming on as a sub in the 59th minute, Marouane Fellaini was sent off for stomping on Hull City's Paul McShane in the 77th minute.

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Goal, Newcastle! Crucial goal from Jonás Gutiérrez! What a moment!

Gerrard scores in his final match
Soccer 

Steven Gerrard scored on a low strike for his 9th Premier League goal of the season, but Liverpool trails 5-1 against Stoke City.

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In his 710th & final Liverpool game, Steven Gerrard scores his 186th goal for the club, 5th-most in Liverpool history.

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Man City sub: Frank Lampard is replaced by Navas. He receives a standing ovation.

Importance of OTAs for Jimmy Garoppolo

Mark Schlereth says it's "important and imperative" that the Patriots' QB familiarize himself with New England's offense during organized team activities.

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Fan's selfie with Federer

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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Sissoko delivers for Newcastle
Soccer 

Moussa Sissoko rises above two defenders to head home the goal for Newcastle United, putting his side ahead of West Ham 1-0. Newcastle avoids relegation with a win.

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Can Ivanovic recapture glory?

Ana Ivanovic won the French Open way back in 2008, but hasn't advanced past the quarters at a Grand Slam event since. Her 2015 French Open journey begins against Yaroslava Shvedova. Follow live

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Kane adds another to his goal tally
Soccer 

Tottenham's Harry Kane finished a diving header for his 21st Premier League goal of the season to give the Spurs a 1-0 lead over Everton at the half.

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The pressure's on Simona de Silvestro
IndyCar 

"Everything that happens at Indy is magnified, and a good run in the 500 -- like, say, her fourth-place finish in the Grand Prix of Louisiana last month -- could help de Silvestro attract corporate sponsors willing to back her fulltime next season." Eyes on car No. 29

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Indy 500, Noon ET on ABC
IndyCar 

Ryan Hunter-Reay (pictured) is trying to become the first back-to-back Indy 500 winner since Hélio Castroneves (2001-02), while a Castroneves win today would be a record-tying 4th Indy 500 win.

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IndyCar 

Sport Science: Tony Kanaan
IndyCar 

John Brenkus puts the 2013 Indy 500 winner through a battery of tests. The upshot: Kanaan's reflexes are absurd.

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Federer 'not happy' about fan on court
Tennis 

Roger Federer voices his displeasure with the security at Roland Garros after a fan got on court and attempted to take a selfie with him: "Nothing happened so I’m relieved, but clearly it wasn’t a nice situation."

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HALF-TIME: Hull City 0-0 Manchester United Stoke 5-0 Liverpool Arsenal 4-0 West Brom Aston Villa 0-1 Burnley

Drogba carried off by teammates
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Chelsea's Didier Drogba was carried off the pitch by his teammates after being subbed off in the 30th minute of his last game for the club. Chelsea is tied 1-1 with Sunderland at the half.

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