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Thunder turn things around in San Antonio

Through Monday night's chaos and noise, the Thunder bounced back in Game 2, dismissing any panic from a lopsided loss in Game 1 to grab a road split in San Antonio.

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Thunder win on bizarre final sequence (0:59)
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Popovich: No explanation from refs after game (0:56)
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Thompson demoralizing Hawks on glass ... again

Offense isn't Tristan Thompson's calling card. But just as he did in last season's playoffs against the Hawks, he is giving the Cavaliers extra offensive possessions with his rebounding.

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LeBron gets and-1 opportunity, flexes in celebration (0:15)
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1 Big Thing: Leicester City more improbable than anything (2:33)
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2hPierre LeBrun

Caps-Pens is taking a sour turn

The Penguins took a 2-1 lead over the Caps in a series with a constant undercurrent of hate. And while we all love tough, emotional, physical hockey, this series needs to be reined in.

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Pacers president Bird unsure of Vogel's future

Pacers president Larry Bird told The Indianapolis Star that he isn't sure what's going to happen with coach Frank Vogel, following the team's playoff exit, and said there is no decision timeline.

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Kevin Durant is the NBA's next villain (2:15)
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12hJeff Legwold

Sanchez: Broncos' QB pick a vote of confidence

Mark Sanchez isn't threatened by the Broncos' selection of Paxton Lynch in the NFL draft. Instead, he sees the selection as a vote of confidence in himself as the team's No. 1 quarterback.

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Mazara fires a laser to stop Saunders from tying game (0:42)
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Sport Science: Souza's superman catch (1:53)
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Leaf: Seeing Manziel is like looking in a mirror (1:24)
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15hMyles Thomas

Diary of Myles Thomas: 'Urban and Eddie'

In today's installment of our 1927 Yankees diary, Myles Thomas describes the unique relationship between a pitcher with a terminal heart condition and a team mascot whose journey to the majors can only be described as Dickensian.

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Hockey eyes Hispanic fans for growth

In the not-so-distant future, a hockey stick and a puck might be as common a sight in a Hispanic kid's room as a soccer ball or baseball bat.

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Undrafted LB Eric Striker makes emotional speech to family (1:17)
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Top back-from-the-dead moments of all time (2:48)

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Hazard's superb goal gives Leicester title
Soccer 

With a stunning equalizer in the 83rd minute, Eden Hazard secured a draw versus Tottenham, which also locked up the Premier League title for Leicester City.

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Soccer 

Thunder win on bizarre final sequence
NBA 

Dion Waiters elbowed Manu Ginobili while trying to inbound the ball, then the Thunder turned it over, but the Spurs were unable to score on the ensuing possession and lost Game 2 by a point.

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NBA 

Refs say they missed late foul on Waiters
NBA 

Lead referee Ken Mauer said the officials missed a foul on Dion Waiters on the final possession: "However, upon review, we realize and we agree we should have had an offensive foul on the play. It's a play we've never seen before, ever."

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NBA 

LeBron shrugs at Hawks’ lack of defense

Atlanta wanted to force LeBron James to take jumpers. The Cleveland star was fine with that on this play.

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Tom Kuhnhackl scores goal off his back
NHL 

Whatever works to help your Penguins team to a 2-1 series lead.

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NHL 

Leicester's top 10 goals from its title run
Barclays Premier League 

With a healthy dose of Jamie Vardy.

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Barclays Premier League 

Molina does pushups after hitting the dirt
MLB 

A pitch from Brett Oberholtzer sent Yadier Molina to the ground, where he got a few extra reps of pushups in.

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MLB 

Undrafted player makes emotional speech
NFL 

Former Oklahoma LB Eric Striker gave a heartfelt speech to his family and friends who came out to support him during the third day of the NFL draft. He signed a free-agent contract with the Bills following the draft.

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NFL 

Kate Upton reveals engagement to Verlander
MLB 

The supermodel and actress made her engagement to Tigers starting pitcher Justin Verlander public when she flashed her ring at the Met Gala on Monday. Quite the ring

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MLB 

Draft: Thumbs up, thumbs down for all 32
NFL 

NFL Nation reporters hand out a thumbs up or a thumbs down on each team's 2016 NFL draft class. Lots of ups

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NFL 

This is what overcoming 5,000-to-1 odds looks like
Soccer 

Leicester City fans celebrate after Chelsea ties the game with Tottenham 2-2 with just minutes to play, essentially clinching the English Premiere League title for the Foxes.

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Soccer 

Leaf: Seeing Manziel is like looking in a mirror
NFL 

Former NFL QB Ryan Leaf said of free agent QB Johnny Manziel: "If he were able to ask for help or show any vulnerability in his eyes, I believe, is like giving up or weakness."

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NFL 

Sport Science: Souza's superman catch
MLB 

Steven Souza Jr. topped out at 19.5 mph to track down Chris Davis' fly ball.

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MLB 

The most unlikely feat in sports history
Barclays Premier League 

"It's one thing to achieve the unimaginable over a single game, a best-of-seven or even a monthlong tournament, but quite another to do it over 38 games and 10 months, playing every other team home and away," Gab Marcotti writes. An absurd dream

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Barclays Premier League 

McShay: 'Never seen anything like' Ravens fourth round

Todd McShay thinks Baltimore's five fourth-round picks could be the greatest individual draft round ever.

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Pitcher crushes home run into upper deck
MLB 

Pitchers can't hit? Tell that to Adam Wainwright.

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MLB 

Mazara fires laser home to nail runner
MLB 

Michael Saunders made a bad decision to test Nomar Mazara's arm.

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MLB 

The Leicester City long shot
Barclays Premier League 

Relive Leicester's remarkable run as the Foxes defied the odds on their way to the Premier League's top prize.

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Barclays Premier League 

Durant flies past Diaw to throw down
NBA 

Kevin Durant beat Boris Diaw to the rim and finished with a two-handed dunk.

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NBA 

Cavs claim Game 1 against Hawks
NBA 

LeBron James led the way with 25 points, nine assists and five steals to help Cleveland strike first in the Eastern Conference semis.

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NBA 

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors GM Masai Ujiri told SportsNet 590 radio about Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan's shooting struggles: "It can't go on forever, they're just too good for it to go on forever." Toronto became just the second team in NBA history to win a playoff series with both its top two scorers shooting under 33 percent, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Ujiri was the latest to credit Indiana's George Hill and Paul George for their great defense on the All-Star backcourt.