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Report: Peterson tells Vikes he won't be at OTAs

A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that Adrian Peterson has informed Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer that he will not be attending the team's optional practic

Sunday's MLB Highlights

Goldschmidt hammers homer in win (0:38)


Two crew members hurt at Indy in pit mishap

James Davison was leaving his stall Sunday when he clipped Pippa Mann, who was coming down pit road. His car spun into the stall in front of Tristan Vautier, hitting two of his crew members.

French Open

Halep advances in Paris (0:59)

Top goals of the Premier League season (3:32)

Have You Seen?

Dodgers fan records himself catching HR ball (0:26)

SC Featured - Liam Dwyer: Drive (6:38)
Patriots fans hold "Free Tom Brady" rally (0:41)
Pitcher pulls off hidden-ball trick (0:26)

SportsCenter clips

Chris Kirk wins Crowne Plaza Invitational (1:38)


UFC 187

Cormier calls out Jon Jones (0:19)



Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Heard this:Fielder came back this year invested in this team. Taken on leadership role; can hear him constantly talking to others in dugout.

LeBron on the board

He still hasn't made a field goal, but LeBron James knocked down a pair of free throws to score his first points of the game. The Cavs trail the Hawks 33-26 early in the second quarter. Follow live


Lundqvist with a glove save, and a beauty

A sloppy Rangers turnover in their own zone threatened to turn into the first score of the game, but Henrik Lundqvist flashed the leather for a fantastic save on Steven Stamkos to keep things scoreless. Follow live


Final: Rockies 11, Giants 2

Nolan Arenado capped the Rockies' 8-run fourth inning with a three-run HR to help Colorado crush San Fran at Coors Field. Rockies starter Chad Bettis, who fell two outs shy of a complete game, held the Giants to two runs and fanned 7. Box score


Mike Mazzeo @MazzESPN

What a save by Lundqvist. His best of the playoffs in front on Stamkos after a horrible giveaway by Yandle. Glove save and a beauty! #NYR

Dave McMenamin @mcten

LeBron is 0-for-10. Kyrie started 0-for-7 when he scored 55 against Portland. By Kyrie math, LeBron's in store for about 75 pts.

Bronx wind carried Rangers to 3-2 lead

Adam Rosales' two-run shot in the second inning was calculated at 379 feet and would not have been a home run at Yankee Stadium under normal weather conditions. A 4-mph wind impacted the home run by 4 feet. Watch live


Cavs couldn't shoot in first

The Cavs shot 22.2% (6-27) in the first quarter, their worst first quarter shooting percentage this season.


LeBron struggling, Hawks leading

LeBron James was 0-for-9 from the field, the worst start to a playoff game in his career. And yet the Cavs trail the Hawks by just 3 points after the first quarter of Game 3. Follow live

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Peterson won't be at Vikings OTA

Disgruntled Vikings RB Adrian Peterson has been unhappy with the organization since his suspension, and he won't be at organized team activities when they begin Tuesday, according to multiple reports. Story

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LeBron off the mark

LeBron James is 0-for-6 from the field so far, but the Cavs have sliced the Hawks' early lead in half and trail 21-17 with 3:01 left in the first quarter. Follow live

Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

Terry Collins in his pregame meeting with reporters today said several starting pitchers, including Matt Harvey, may be getting "dead arm."

Kevin Arnovitz @kevinarnovitz

Not sure Hawks have enough possessions to spare to tolerate Shelvin Mack off-the-dribble contested 3-point attempts.

Texas back on top in Bronx

The Rangers regained the lead in the second inning on Adam Rosales' two-out, two-run shot to left field. Brett Gardner attempted to make a play at the fence but just missed as the ball ricocheted off the top of the wall into the stands. Rosales now has 3 HRs and 7 RBI this season. Watch live

Rangers' drought part of scoreless first

New York has a 6-4 lead in shots at the first intermission, but Tampa Bay held the Rangers without a shot on goal for the final 9 minutes of the first period of a 0-0 Game 5. Follow live


It's the little things that matter

On the surface, Game 5 between the Rangers and Lightning is being played at a fairly cordial pace. But little slashes and blows have led to a bit of chippiness, and the Rangers are once again on the power play after Tyler Johnson was sent off for slashing. Follow live

Kevin Arnovitz @kevinarnovitz

Hawks are lifting their bigs, trying to create as much space as possible given Korver's absence. Not a bad tack if Horford can hit.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Steinbrenner once ordered Gene Michael to trade Bernie. Stick called every team, never mentioned BW, reported back: I didn't get ANY offers.

Hawks not giving in

Despite being down 2-0 in the series and playing without Kyle Korver, Atlanta isn't ready to call it a season. The Hawks have opened Game 3 on a 12-4 run and are holding the Cavs to 1-of-10 shooting. Follow live

McCann drives in Yanks' first runs

Brian McCann beat the shift with a 2-run single to give the Yankees a 2-1 lead against the Rangers in the first inning. Watch live