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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Chris Paul and Blake Griffin did not make the trip. They will be watching Game 6 in Los Angeles.

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What's next for Boudreau, Ducks?

Following the Anaheim Ducks' firing of Bruce Boudreau, Craig Custance explores who the Ducks will hire, and where Boudreau will land.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

DeAndre Jordan: "We've been unlucky this season."

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The Blazers are getting ready to close out the Clippers in Rip City tonight.


Round 2: Jack best fit for Bucs at 39

Our Insiders take a look at how tonight's Round 2 should play out if every team was drafting purely for best fit. They think Tampa Bay should draft OLB Myles Jack, who has long-term durability concerns but is a top-5 talent in this class. Round 2 best fits mock draft (Insider)

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers pitcher Kenta Maeda had the roughest outing of his young MLB career, giving up four runs on seven hits over 6 2/3 innings to the Marlins. He gave up two runs while on the mound, with reliever Pedro Baez allowing two intertied runners to score on a single and a balk. Maeda's ERA is now 1.41, up from 0.36.

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Thumbs up or down: Jared Goff

The Rams had to give up a lot to get the top overall pick, and then had two quarterbacks to choose from. Did they make the right choice? Nick Wagoner answers

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Howie Kendrick's offensive funk to open the season for the Dodgers has continued with an 0-for-3 night so far. Kendrick, who had two separate leg injuries in spring training, is slugging .135 with a .151 on-base percentage. He started the season on the disabled list and is in his 16th game of the season.

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Bio Blast: Kenny Clark

The Packers opted for the former UCLA defensive tackle with the 27th overall pick. Clark was second on the Bruins with 75 tackles in 2015.