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Spurs crush Thunder in Game 1

San Antonio erupted early with 43 points in the first quarter in a Game 1 rout of Oklahoma City.

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Spurs drop 43 on Thunder in first quarter (1:44)
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Mayweather hints at coming out of retirement

Floyd Mayweather still is happily retired but admitted to having comeback talks with CBS and Showtime and said the numbers being floated for his return would have to be "upwards of nine figures."

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Transformed Penguins keeping cool around Capitals

These aren't your daddy's pliable Penguins. No, what we're seeing as they tied up the second-round series against the Capitals is a gritty team that makes you work extra hard for your money.

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Brooks Orpik delivers a controversial hit (0:25)
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Manute Bol's 6-foot-11 son's between-the-legs dunk (0:23)
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Eagles fan boos Wentz (0:15)
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Berto gets revenge on Ortiz with KO (1:13)
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Drouin redeeming himself after rocky season

Jonathan Drouin, once the man on the outside looking in, is proving he's an essential cog in the Lightning's offensive machine in knotting the first-round series with the Islanders in Game 2.

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Stanton annihilates another baseball (0:31)
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Phillips makes nice behind-the-back throw, dabs afterwards (0:33)
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Kipnis steals the Phillie Phanatic's ATV (0:22)
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Scooby celebrates by jumping into the pool (0:16)
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Bills pick Listenbee: I'm fastest player in NFL

Kolby Listenbee, a wide receiver and a four-time All-American in track at TCU who was drafted in the sixth round by the Bills, believes he's the fastest player in the NFL.

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McShay: Cardale Jones an all-time QB project for Bills (0:34)
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NFL draft: A day with Laquon Treadwell

Laquon Treadwell takes ESPN behind the scenes to one of the biggest nights of his young life, the 2016 NFL draft. The former Ole Miss wide receiver was picked by the Minnesota Vikings with the 23rd overall pick, and has officially begun his NFL career.

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Man United the last hurdle for title-seeking Foxes

Leicester City's storybook season could be fulfilled with a win over Manchester United, and Old Trafford would certainly be a fitting venue for the Foxes to clinch the Barclays Premier League title, which seemed like an improbable feat months ago.

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Warren G the latest to fall victim to 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game' (0:46)
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Moritz Boehringer highlights (1:12)
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McShay's top 10 undrafted prospects

The 2016 NFL draft may be over, but that doesn't mean the player acquisition process is complete. Check out Todd McShay's top 10 list of undrafted prospects.

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6hBen Goessling

German-engineered: Vikings pick European WR

German Mortiz Boehringer was first exposed to football via YouTube clips of Adrian Peterson. Now the first NFL draft pick who never played in North America will be Peterson's teammate.

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A-Rod gifts HR bat to young fan at Fenway

Alex Rodriguez gave his bat to a young Red Sox fan, reportedly at Fenway Park to honor his late father, after hitting a home run in Friday's game between the historic rivals.

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Walton: Surprised it went down that fast
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Luke Walton was also pleased at how quickly he was named the next Lakers head coach because he did not want it to be a distraction to the Warriors.

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Big Papi stays hot, crushes another HR
MLB 

David Ortiz is set to retire at the end of this season, but he's going out swinging ... literally. Here's his second home run in as many nights, No. 508 of his career.

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Mayweather leaves door open for return
Boxing 

Almost a year after his superfight with Manny Pacquiao, former pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather hinted that he may come out of retirement. "Right now I'm happy being on this side, but I've been talking with CBS and Showtime and you just never know," Mayweather said on Showtime after attending a fight in Washington. Story

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Brandon Phillips goes behind the back
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And then dabbed after the nifty toss.

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Leonard opens series with ferocious flush

Game 1's opening points set the tempo for the rest of the game as Kawhi Leonard threw down an impressive dunk.

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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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Durant not in sharing mood after Game 1
NBA 

Kevin Durant was asked how he felt after getting blown out by the Spurs, and he started his response by simply saying: "I'm not telling you.”

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Stanton obliterates 460-foot homer
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Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton amazingly hit one off the scoreboard tonight in Milwaukee.

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Wright hilariously messes with camera
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Red Sox pitcher Steven Wright wasn't on the mound tonight, so his way of staying entertained was making faces at the TV camera.

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Catcher fooled by pitch, batter not
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Twins catcher John Ryan Murphy appeared to be expecting a different pitch from starter Tyler Duffey. Justin Upton wasn't fooled at all, though.

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Kipnis steals the Phillie Phanatic’s ATV
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Indians 2B Jason Kipnis takes a pregame joyride on the Phillie Phanatic’s ATV. The Phanatic reacts playfully when his ride is returned.

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Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant on his emotions after Game 1: "I'm not telling you." Why? "Because it's over with.

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Brooks Orpik delivers a controversial hit
NHL 

Pittsburgh's Ollie Maatta had to be helped off the ice after getting hit in the head by Brooks Orpik in Game 2.

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Berto gets revenge on Ortiz with KO
Boxing 

Andre Berto knocks out Victor Ortiz in the fourth round to get revenge, five years in the making, after a loss to Ortiz.

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Boxing 

Fully-clothed Browns draftee hops in pool
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Scooby Wright III had an appropriate response after learning he was one of the draft's final picks.

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Andres Ferrari ESPN Editor 

Super middleweight titlist James DeGale needed all 12 rounds to dispatch a game Rogelio "Porky" Medina in a very tough fight Saturday night.

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Aldridge puts on a shooting clinic
NBA 

Here are all 18 of LaMarcus Aldridge's field goals in Game 1, where he scored 38 points to spur San Antonio to a 32-point win over the Thunder.

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Penguins tie it up! Pittsburgh scores late in the 3rd period to swipe home-ice advantage from Washington.

Spurs drop 43 on Thunder in first quarter
NBA 

San Antonio shot an amazing 18-of-22 from the field to take a 23-point lead in the opening quarter.

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Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

LaMarcus Aldridge, Danny Green and Kawhi Leonard combined for 81 points on 45 shooting possessions -- good for a 90 percent true shooting percentage.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Pop just said the Spurs had a great night and OKC just flat out had a bad night.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

The Spurs cruise to a 124-92 over the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals. San Antonio led by as many as 43 tonight, marking the first time in the Pop era the Spurs led a playoff game by 40 points or more, according to ESPN Stats and Information.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Game 1 goes to the Spurs, and it was in emphatic, convincing fashion, 124-92. They overwhelmed the Thunder from tipoff, getting everything they wanted on offense and suffocating to normally high octane Thunder offense. Aldridge and Leonard combined for 63 on 28-36 shooting. Westbrook and Durant had 30 on 11-34.

Royce Young @royceyoung

Durant is going to finish with 16 points, second fewest this season only to Nov. 10 against the Wizards, where he only played a half.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

So we're starting the fourth quarter…STARTING, and the Spurs lead 105-66. LaMarcus Aldridge has 38 points, his most since February, while Kawhi Leonard has 25 and Danny Green has 18 on 5-of-6 shooting from deep. The Spurs are shooting 68.3 percent as a team, while OKC is at 39.4 percent.