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Lillard leads way as Blazers avoid sweep

With 32 points, Damian Lillard was the star in a comeback victory over Memphis that kept Portland's season alive.


White Sox-Orioles postponed for safety concerns

The Baltimore Orioles' home game against the Chicago White Sox was postponed Monday night because of safety concerns after riots broke out near Camden Yards following the funeral of Freddie Gray.


Bumgarner bristles at Scherzer's DH comments

Giants left-hander Madison Bumgarner responded harshly to Max Scherzer's assertion that National League pitchers should not have to hit and that the league should adopt the DH.

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UFC's Jones makes bond, faces felony charge

UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has turned himself in to police after a hit-and-run incident he was allegedly involved in Sunday morning in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Carter-Williams steals show vs. Rose

Michael Carter-Williams outplayed Derrick Rose decisively on Monday, part of a Bucks backcourt that finally stood up to its Bulls counterparts.

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Law: Top 25 Under 25

Keith Law ranks the top 25 players under the age of 25. He leads with Mike Trout, who boasts a 29.4 WAR for his career, the sixth-highest total ever for any player through his age-23 season.

SportsCenter Clips

What's next for Baltimore after declaring state of emergency? (3:11)


Monday's MLB highlights

Braves double up Nationals (2:19)

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Four-Ball: Match Play changes

Is the new Match Play format good for the tournament and how young is too young to play on the LPGA Tour? Our scribes tackle these issues and more.

Olbermann: Should the NL add the DH or should the AL drop it? (6:21)

NFL Draft

Players who could be drafter lower than expected (3:07)


Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

Floyd Mayweather conversation (4:22)


Have You Seen?

Web Gems: A pair of nice dives (1:08)



Deflategate findings: Why is this hard?

That's the question Charlie Rose asked Roger Goodell on "CBS This Morning." Goodell's response: "I think it's hard because you wanna make sure you have all the information," adding the findings will be released "soon." Transcript

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O's, White Sox await decision on game

From ESPN's Doug Padilla (@ESPNChiSox) in Baltimore: "Still no word on game. Since it's after 11 a.m. ET, the 1 p.m. option doesn't seem possible. The 4 p.m. option could happen, IF they play here."


OTD: Muhammad Ali stripped of title

On April 28, 1967, Ali declared himself a conscientious objector when he refused induction into any branch of the U.S. Armed Forces, citing his non-violent, Muslim faith as the reason. He was then stripped of his world heavyweight title.

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Winners and losers in NBA playoffs

Sorry, point guards who can't shoot and Chicago's frontcourt, but the 2015 playoffs haven't been kind to you. Instead, it's Dwight Howard's time to shine. Grantland: Winners and losers

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Lightning have good history in Game 7

The Lightning, who will host the Red Wings in Game 7 on Wednesday, have previously hosted two Game 7's in franchise history, and won them both by the score of 2-1. Those happened in back-to-back series in 2004 when they won the championship.

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UPDATE: Jon Jones is out of jail on bail. He turned himself into authorities Monday night in connection with a hit-and-run crash.

MLB tip sheet for DraftKings

It’s looking like a night to stack Tigers in DFS contests, as their offense is looking like it'll be the best of the day against the Twins. More tips (Insider)

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Can Spurs take charge of series?

Since the playoffs expanded to 16 teams in 1983-84, only four defending champions have lost in the first round, the last being the 2011-12 Mavericks. The Spurs are tied 2-2 with the Clippers. Game 5 is tonight.

NBA found Olynyk's play 'excessive'

Chris Broussard explains why the NBA suspended Kelly Olynyk one game for the play that injured Kevin Love: "They wouldn't characterize it as dirty but they said careless."


NFL prospects attend anti-violence program

The 28 prospects in Chicago for the NFL draft will attend a domestic violence and sexual assault education program today. It's the same program that every NFL employee was required to attend last fall. (via USA Today)


Bumgarner disagrees with DH debate

Madison Bumgarner doesn't want the DH adopted in the NL, despite Adam Wainwright's Achilles injury: "I don't think it was because he was hitting. What if he gets hurt getting out of his truck? You tell him not to drive anymore?"

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How the Rangers win the Cup

If the Rangers hope to lift the Stanley Cup in June, G Henrik Lundqvist needs to stay hot, and the team has to get healthy. Five things

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Ending Alabama's recruiting reign

Alabama has signed the top class for four years running, but there's quite a few teams that have the potential to dethrone the Crimson Tide in 2016, including Florida State, who boasts five-stars Malik Henry and Levonta Taylor. See classes (Insider)

Ilya Kovalchuk to captain Russia

The former Devil will lead the Russian team at this spring's hockey world championship. Kovalchuk, who left the NHL in 2013, has previously captained Russia, but was overlooked for the Sochi Olympics for Pavel Datsyuk.

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Rob Manfred: Rose situation hasn't changed

The MLB commissioner's stance on Pete Rose is the same, despite Rose's new gig: "The FOX hiring was a FOX decision. The ban never applied to a job like that. He had every right to take the job and FOX had every right to hire him." (via Mike & Mike)

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Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

At least two teams, possibly more, have approached NY Jets about trading for Muhammad Wilkerson, per league source. Bares watching Thursday.

Best, worst NBA draft decisions

Now that we have a good idea of who's going to the NBA draft and who's staying in school, we're taking a look at the best decisions (Tyus Jones, Yogi Ferrell) and the questionable ones (Dakari Johnson). Decision-making skills (Insider)

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Winston's high rate of interceptions

If there's any on-field concerns with taking Jameis Winston, the number that jumps out is his 18 interceptions in 2014, which led all Power-5 conference quarterbacks.


Deron Williams shows up for Nets

And it couldn't have come at a better time, as he exploded for almost double the amount of points he scored in Games 1, 2 and 3. The Nets have evened things up as they head back to Atlanta for Game 5.


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It's after 10 a.m. EST. Not impossible to have a game at 1 p.m., but at this point, that option seems less & less probable.