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Mayweather-Pacquiao: Five things we learned

You don't have to like him, but Floyd Mayweather (48-0, 26 KOs) proved over 12 rounds why he's the best boxer of his day.

Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

Disappointment in Philippines following Pacquiao's loss (1:42)

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Sunday's MLB Highlights

Astros win 10th straight (0:52)

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SportsCenter Clips

McIlroy wins WGC-Cadillac Match Play (1:56)

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Have You Seen?

Watch: Daredevils fielders fall over each other (0:21)

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Sources: Curry to win MVP
NBA 

Stephen Curry will be named the 2014-15 NBA MVP today, sources told ESPN's Marc Stein, confirming a CSN Bay Area report. Curry will be the first Warriors player to win the award since Wilt Chamberlain in 1959-60. Curry by the numbers

AP Images/Jeff Chiu
NBA 

BBTN's Power Rankings
MLB 

The Astros are tied with the Cardinals for the most wins in baseball and have the best 25-game start in franchise history. With that impressive start, Houston has pushed its way into the Power Rankings, knocking out the Mets.

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MLB 

From one Chicago team to another

Each Cubs player wore a personalized Blackhawks jersey on the flight to St. Louis Sunday night in support of the city's team taking on the Wild in Game 2. It must've been good luck -- the 'Hawks won 4-1 and took a 2-0 series lead.

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Andy Murray wins first clay-court title
Tennis 

The top-seeded Murray overcame Philipp Kohlschreiber 7-6 (4), 5-7, 7-6 (4) today in the BMW Open final, which was rained out Sunday. It's Murray's 33rd career title.

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Tennis 

Playing favorites in the NFL draft
NFL 

"Favorite pick" doesn't necessarily mean "best player" -- and Todd McShay will tell you so as he breaks down his favorite pick for each of the 32 teams. Favorite picks

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NFL 

Nowitzki could come off the bench
NBA 

Dirk Nowitzki will be 37 next season, and the Mavs could bring him off the bench as he finishes the two years on his contract. Said team president Donnie Nelson: "Is it possible? It's possible. Is it likely? I'm not sure about that."

Gary A. Vasquez/USA TODAY Sports
NBA 

ICYMI: Brewers (7-18) fire Roenicke

Brewers GM Doug Melvin said of the team's decision to fire manager Ron Roenicke after Sunday's win: "Over roughly the last 100 games, we have not performed at the level that we should. It's all about wins and losses, and after the first month of play this year we didn't see the progress and improvement we had hoped for." Story

Jason Terry has hamstring issues, too
NBA 

Clippers G Chris Paul is questionable for Game 1 vs. the Rockets tonight with a strained left hamstring, and Houston G Terry said he has issues of his own: "I've been off these three days. We'll see. It felt good today."

AP Photo/David J. Phillip
NBA 

Allen booed relentlessly after mistake
NBA 

Grizzlies G Tony Allen didn't realize he was walking through a child's dance performance in the Grizzlies-Warriors game Sunday -- and the Golden State fans definitely didn't give him the benefit of the doubt.

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NBA 

Houston's complete 180
MLB 

Not only do the Astros have the best 25-game start in franchise history, they have the fourth-best start in MLB history after losing at least 90 games the previous season.

MLB 

Winston's contract says no baseball

According to Sports Illustrated's Peter King, the Bucs put a clause in the QB's contract prohibiting him from playing pro baseball during his deal. Winston has publicly said baseball "has always been my dream." (via MMQB)

AP Photo/Chris O'Meara

Warriors cruise past Grizzlies
NBA 

Memphis was playing without point guard Mike Conley, and the Warriors capitalized on his absence. Stephen Curry scored 22 points in Golden State's Game 1 win.

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NBA 

Curry shakes free, buries a 3
NBA 

Steph Curry put a pair of Grizzlies on skates, then converted this 3-pointer in the third quarter of the Warriors' Game 1 win.

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NBA 

Dale Jr. wins at dad's favorite track
NASCAR 

Dale Earnhardt Jr. cruised to an emotional win at Talladega, saying after the race: "Just winning here, and knowing how much this racetrack meant to him … and it was his birthday last week. It’s just a lot of stuff has overcome me at one time.”

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NASCAR 

Chelsea wins English Premier League
Soccer 

It's official: Chelsea are EPL champs for the first time in five years. Star F Eden Hazard provided the lone goal in a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace to push Chelsea's unbeaten streak in league matches to 15.

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Soccer 

Astros are hot, but can they keep it up?
MLB 

The Astros won their 10th straight game Sunday, but BBTN's Aaron Boone says Houston's 18-7 start isn't sustainable: "I ultimately don't think they get to the postseason this year. But this team is for real ... and they're doing it in so many different ways."

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MLB 

Most improved teams after draft
NFL 

Without actually seeing the players in action, it's impossible to judge which team did the best in the NFL draft -- but we can speculate anyway. Check out Todd McShay's most improved team in each division. The 8 (Insider)

USA TODAY Sports, AP Photo
NFL 

Philly shop offers jersey insurance
NFL 

For just $10, if you buy a player's jersey and he leaves the team within 18 months, you can bring in your receipt to buy another jersey for half price. Go get those Bradford and Tebow jerseys, folks! (via MyFoxPhilly)

AP Photo/Matt Slocum
NFL 

Lightning take two on the road
NHL 

Steven Stamkos snapped his postseason scoreless skid with a second-period goal, Nikita Kucherov netted two goals, and the Lightning rolled past the Canadiens to steal both games in Montreal.

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NHL 

Brandon Prust rips referee after loss

The Canadiens' winger on referee Brad Watson: "I thought the original call was kind of soft and I let him know on the way to the penalty box. He kept provoking me. He came to the box and called me every name in the book. ... I wasn’t looking at him. He teed me up. That’s the ref he is. He tries to play God. He tries to control the game and he did that tonight." Habs' frustration

McIlroy adds another WGC trophy
Golf 

Rory McIlroy beat Gary Woodland 4-and-2 in the final of the WGC-Cadillac Match Play championship, his second WGC win. Only Tiger Woods (18) and Geoff Ogilvy (3) have more WGC titles.

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Golf