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King holds court; Cavs leave Atlanta up 2-0

LeBron James scored a game-high 30 points. But he did more than score Friday night in leading the short-handed Cavs to a comfortable 94-82 win.

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Mike Sando

Sando: Offseason grades for all NFL teams

Mike Sando hands out offseason grades for all 32 NFL teams with the help of ESPN analysts Bill Polian, Louis Riddick, Matt Williamson and Field Yates. The Jets come out on top with an A grade.

Friday's MLB Highlights

Harper smacks 16th homer in win (0:49)

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The top five surprising teams (3:24)
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Smart move for Michael Sam to sign with CFL? (1:34)

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Incredible one-handed backflip catch (0:17)

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Ford/Pelton: Best fits for top four picks

Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton debate which players the top four teams in the 2015 NBA draft should take. Should Minnesota take Karl-Anthony Towns No. 1 overall?

SportsCenter clips

Browns petition NFL to opt out of HBO's 'Hard Knocks' (0:58)

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Looking Ahead: Oregon Ducks

A talented recruiting class should help the Oregon Ducks compete in the Pac-12, a league that doesn't appear to have a clear favorite.

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Harper's magnificent month of May
MLB 

Bryce Harper is now slugging exactly 1.000 in May -- he's had 11 HRs this month -- putting him in some incredible company.

MLB 

LeBron: Do Not Disturb
NBA 

LeBron James nearly ran into a fan courtside before noticing she was pregnant and stopping himself just in time. He had a joking message for the fan, too.

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NBA 

Best part of LeBron's game?
NBA 

LeBron James' constant pressure on Atlanta's defense impressed Antonio Davis, who liked that James kept the defense honest.

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NBA 

Kevin Arnovitz @kevinarnovitz

Hawks are less optimistic about Kyle Korver's condition than they were DeMarre Carroll's the morning after Game 1. Diagnosis soon.

Reggie to Steph: 'The floor is yours'
NBA 

With one more 3-pointer, Warriors G Steph Curry will tie Reggie Miller's postseason record of 58. Said Miller on Twitter: "As for my record, the great rock band Queen says it best, "Another One Bites The Dust". Mr Curry, the floor is yours."

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NBA 

Vitor Belfort responds to cheater talk

Belfort responded to Chris Weidman's cheating accusation: "I know who I am. I'm not defined by what others think about me."

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Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

Noah Syndergaard will start Wednesday vs. Philadelphia on normal rest. Assuming Dillon Gee slotting in, it's afterward.

This hazard is more than lateral
Golf 

Geologists say a giant sinkhole near the driving range of a southwest Missouri golf course is fairly common because of the region's topography -- but that doesn't change the fact that, you know, a giant sinkhole opened up at the golf course! An undiscovered cave?

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Golf 

Browns' goal is to protect Manziel
NFL 

What are the Browns going to do to help Johnny Manziel this season? Dan Graziano tells SportsCenter: "Everything they can."

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NFL 

Jim Caple @jimcaple

Another scoreless outing for Chris Young, now 4-0 with a 0.78 ERA. Why did the Mariners not re-sign him?

Prince finding a rhythm
MLB 

Through the first 42 games this season, Prince Fielder has improved his BA, HRs and RBIs compared to the same point last season.

MLB 

ESPN Chalk: How to bet UFC 187
MMA 

With the removal of Jon Jones from UFC 187, the betting lines for the light heavyweight division just got very interesting as two elite contenders will face off in what will likely be the closest matchup we've seen in a while. Solid bets (Insider)

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MMA 

How to fix MLB's foreign-substance rule
MLB 

Buster Olney votes for transparency, because then "everybody from hitters to managers to pitchers to umpires to MLB officials can stop pretending they don't see the half-dollar sized spots on the caps of pitchers, or the shiny stuff on the wrists of a lot of pitchers." Check with umps

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MLB 

Davis: Hawks need a superstar
NBA 

Antonio Davis told SportsCenter: "They're definitely in trouble. ... There has to be that one guy that brings energy, that gives you confidence. The Atlanta Hawks don't have that."

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NBA 

Dana White: Belfort not a cheater

UFC president Dana White said of Vitor Belfort, who was accused by Chris Weidman of being a cheater at Friday's weigh-in: "He's absolutely without a doubt the most tested fighter that's ever fought in the UFC. It's legit. He's clean."

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Escobar has the Royals flipping out
MLB 

For most of us, lying flat on our stomachs means it's nap time. If you're Kansas City SS Alcides Escobar, however, that's the perfect position to throw a runner out at second.

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MLB 

Bryce Harper vs. Ken Griffey jr.
MLB 

He may have a lower batting average, but Harper's offensive output is significantly higher at this point in his career than Griffey's. Harper plays Game No. 400 today at 4:05 p.m. ET.

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MLB 

Experts' picks to win French Open
Tennis 

Will it be Novak? Rafa? Roger? After polling our experts, we really have no clue. As for the women? Let's just say there's a whole lot of room on the Serena Williams bandwagon. See the picks

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Tennis 

Warriors near franchise record

If the Warriors win tonight's Game 3 vs. the Rockets, it will tie their longest win streak (6) in a single postseason. They also did it in 1947 and 1975 -- and won the title in both of those seasons.