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5hJeremy Fowler

Source: Manziel leaves downtown pad for burbs

Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel has moved out of his downtown Cleveland apartment and into a golf course community in a suburb west of town, according to a source.

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Dave Tuley

Tuley: Seahawks top post-draft Vegas ranks

The Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers and reigning Super Bowl champion New England Patriots lead the NFL Vegas Rankings for the upcoming 2015 season.

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5hDan Rafael

What do boxing fans want next?

Fight fans got what they were waiting for, but now that Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao is over, what's next? Dan Rafael lists the bouts he wants to see sooner rather than later.

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7hJayson Stark

Five contenders facing critical questions

There is whole lot of baseball still to be played. But that doesn't mean it's too early for these five contenders -- including the Red Sox and Pirates -- to worry.

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4hMike Mazzeo

End of the line for D-Will in Brooklyn?

Is Deron Williams' tenure in Brooklyn over? The time may be right for a fresh start on both sides, Mike Mazzeo writes.

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8hMechelle Voepel

Voepel: WNBA must take stand on domestic violence

It's time for the WNBA and USA Basketball to make a statement on domestic violence: Women are not just victims, and in same-sex cases, we can't be any less diligent in demanding accountability.

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Hawks' Carroll has elite company
NBA 

DeMarre Carroll is the 3rd Atlanta Hawk in team history with 6 consecutive 20-point postseason games. The others: Dominique Wilkins and Lou Hudson (via Elias). Follow live

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Hawks start out hot in fourth

The Wizards had narrowed Atlanta's lead to 5 after three, but 4 unanswered points from the Hawks in the first 2 minutes of the 4th quarter forced Washington to call timeout. DeMarre Carroll leads all scorers with 20 points, his sixth consecutive 20-point game. Follow live

Ducks even things up

Less than seven minutes into the game and both teams have already scored. Anaheim leads Calgary 2-0 in the series. Follow live

Second period dead big for Blackhawks
NHL 

Chicago is 28-0-0 when leading after two periods. The Wild look to erase a 1-0 lead in Game 3 (Blackhawks lead the series 2-0). Follow live

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Scott Burnside @ESPN_Burnside

Calgary Flames own their first lead of the series. Moments after tough Karri Ramo stop Brandon Bollig converts a nice Mason Raymond pass.

Scott Powers @ESPNChiPowers

The Blackhawks lead the Wild 1-0 after two periods. Neither team scored in the second. Wild up 20-19 in shots on goal.

Shelby Miller shuts down Phillies

It took the Braves’ starter just 99 pitches to cut down Philadelphia in a 9-0 win. Miller allowed three hits and struck out eight in his third career shutout. Box score

Wizards slow Hawks' offense

Bradley Beal is heating up, but the key to a Washington run has been the defense. The Hawks scored 21 transition points in the first half, but they've only managed 3 such points late in the third quarter. Follow live

Doug Padilla @ESPNChiSox

The White Sox are still without a HR since 4/22 vs. Cleveland (8 games). Longest HR drought since June 2010.

NCAA adds 3 new bowls for next season
College Football 

The NCAA certified three new bowl games in Tucson, Arizona; Austin, Texas; and Orlando, Florida, sources told ESPN. With the three new bowls, there will be a record 42 bowl games, including the College Football Playoff title game.

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Betts goes yard again

It's been all Mookie Betts for the Red Sox tonight. Betts broke up Drew Smyly's no-hit bid with a solo homer in the 6th and went deep again in the 8th to give Boston a 2-0 lead. At 22 years and 210 days old, Betts is the youngest Red Sox player with a multi-HR game since Jim Rice in 1975. Follow live