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Showalter, Orioles shocked by Jimenez ejection

Ubaldo Jimenez was tossed Friday for hitting Pablo Sandoval in the right shoulder with a pitch, an ejection that Baltimore manager Buck Showalter later called "professionally embarrassing."

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KC Joyner

Joyner: Sleeper NFL prospects at skill spots

Which QB, RB and WR prospects are flying under the radar in the 2015 draft class? KC Joyner identifies some players in the Day 2 or Day 3 range who could pay off big.


What's left for Lionel Messi?

After scoring his 400th career goal for Barcelona, Alexis Nunes takes a look at a few more milestones Lionel Messi has his sights set on for the rest of his career.


Sport Science: Tripling Your Betts

Several individual plays were considered for Play of the Week, but instead the Sport Science team recognized a series of plays by Boston's Mookie Betts and called it our Performance of the Week.

SportsCenter visits Ohio State

Cardale Jones, JT Barrett conversation (3:56)

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What to make of A-Rod's hot start

With two more home runs against Tampa Bay, Alex Rodriguez is off to a terrific start. What's fueling it? Buster Olney examines.

Have You Seen?

Mayweather All Access: Floyd as a child (0:54)


SportsCenter Clips

Pelicans' Davis excited to be in playoffs (0:41)

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14hMyron Medcalf

Looking ahead: Miami Hurricanes

The Hurricanes return a lot of talent, but the team must avoid the letdowns that plagued its 2014-15 season.


Being -- Makua Rothman

Being, Volume 1 begins with a look into North Shore native Makua Rothman's unlikely rise to an Hawaiian hero.



Goal Real Madrid! Chicharito sends a low cross to Ronaldo who taps it in! It's 3-1!

Thompson to Bogut for 2

Warriors G Klay Thompson lobbed up a nice pass to C Andrew Bogut, who finished with a two-handed dunk in the first quarter against the Pelicans. Golden State leads 18-11.


Spieth currently tied for 6th

Jordan Spieth has shot -2 through 11 holes today during the RBC Heritage's third round. Brendon Todd raced up the leaderboard thanks to a 63 and is in second with a -11. Follow live

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Blues take 1-0 lead

Alexander Steen to Vladimir Tarasenko for the tip-in gave St. Louis its first lead of the series. Minnesota leads the series 1-0. Follow live

Lochte, Phelps qualify for two finals

Ryan Lochte had the fastest qualifying time in both the 200 IM and 100 free, which will be raced later tonight. Michael Phelps, in his first meet back after a suspension for a DUI, was 5th in the IM and 6th in the free.

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Goal Malaga! Juanmi, left unmarked, heads it home! Real Madrid with a 2-1 lead.

Watch: Pelicans at Warriors, Game 1

The Warriors went 3-1 against the Pelicans this season -- but the Pelicans' Anthony Davis sat out in two of those wins. The Warriors are playing at home, where they lost just twice in the regular season. Live on ABC/WatchESPN


ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

Bryce Harper’s 5th inning HR traveled 452 feet, longest home run of his career. Tied for 5th longest HR at Nationals Park in last 5 seasons.

Final: Wizards 93, Raptors 86 in OT

Washington held the Raptors to just 4 points in OT as Paul Pierce was the Wizards' outright leading scorer for the first time since March 7 with 20 points. Washington has won 7 of its last 8 road playoff games.


Lightning take lead after scrum

An early scrap seems to have fired up Tampa Bay, as Tyler Johnson scored a goal to give the Lightning a lead. Detroit leads the series 1-0. Follow live

Holtby ready to return in Game 3

Capitals goalie Braden Holtby says he's no longer sick and will be ready to face the Islanders in Game 3. Coach Barry Trotz didn't make a commitment on who'd start, Holtby or Philipp Grubauer. The series is tied 1-1.

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Raptors have yet to score in OT

In the shot-clock era, only twice has a team gone scoreless in overtime in a playoff game. The Wizards lead 87-82 with less than 2 minutes left.

Hazard, Chelsea closer to finish line

Chelsea's 1-0 win over Manchester United embodied Jose Mourinho's philosophy, writes John Brewin. Rapid reaction


Craig Custance @CraigCustance

A few boos here when Robert Bortuzzo announced as a scratch for Blues. Lots of boos when Chris Stewart named as a starter for Wild.