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Source: Manziel leaves downtown pad for burbs

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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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Five contenders facing critical questions

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End of the line for D-Will in Brooklyn?

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Voepel: WNBA must take stand on domestic violence

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Hawks had 9 transition points in the 1st quarter. They averaged 16.9 per game during regular season (14th in NBA), and 20.6 in postseason.

Sharing is caring for the Hawks.

The only Hawk yet to score that's entered the game is Mike Muscala (1 minute played). That may explain why Atlanta has an 8-point lead after the first. Follow live


Russillo @ryenarussillo

I realize everything is different w/o Wall, but don't understand the Gortat/Nene pairing going this deep to start these two games.

Mets end scoreless skid

Daniel Murphy's RBI single in the bottom of the 4th snapped New York's 21-inning scoreless streak. Murphy and Wilmer Flores later scored on a Kevin Plawecki double and the Mets lead the Orioles 3-0 after 4 innings. Follow live


Shot creation a problem for Wizards

The Hawks are typically a ball sharing offense. The proof through the first quarter is 9 assists on 10 made baskets. Conversely, Washington only has 2 assists on 6 made shots. Follow live

Scott Powers @ESPNChiPowers

The Blackhawks have attempted two shots through the first 5:10. One shot was blocked, the other was wide of net.

WWE takes E:60 'Behind the Curtain'

Matt Clement, aka Tyler Breeze, always dreamed of being a pro wrestler. The selfie-taking model and self-proclaimed "most super good looking piece of gorgeousness you're ever going to meet" lets E:60 in on his WWE journey. Watch live on ESPN, WatchESPN


Ohm Youngmisuk @NotoriousOHM

Wall averages 17.4 pts, 12.6 ast, 4.6 reb,1.4 blk. He has 4 straight double-doubles. More than that, how do Wiz replace his speed/vision?

Early turnovers for Washington

No John Wall means no comfort for the Wizards' primary ball-handler. Washington has turned the ball over 3 times midway through the first (leading to 4 points) and trail the Hawks by 6. Follow live

Greinke returns to Miller Park

Zack Greinke brings an 0-2 record with a 8.10 ERA as a Dodger when L.A. visits Milwaukee tonight. Greinke was literally unbeatable at Miller Park as a Brewer, going 15-0 with a 2.93 ERA in 2011 and 2012. Follow live


Commissioner: Big 12 won't add title game
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Bob Bowlsby said today that the conference is not moving forward with a football title game. The commissioner told reporters that the league would "probably move in that direction [of a championship game]" last week. Not enough evidence

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Wizards' precedent in postseason play

The Wizards are the first team seeded 5 or lower to win their first 5 playoff games since seeding became official in 1984. Can they make it six in a row with a Game 2 win over the Hawks? Follow live

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ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

The Wizards have shot more than 10 percentage points better with John Wall on the court than off the court in the playoffs. (49.2% to 38.3%)

Joe Maddon shakes up Cubs' batting order

In an effort to snap their three-game skid, the Cubs manager will bat Kris Bryant third and Jorge Soler fourth for the first time this season against the Cardinals.


Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

With that RBI single: Ellsbury 17-for-last-32. He has 20 runs and 11 RBI, Brett Gardner has 18 runs, 13 RBI. Should've been 1-2 in '14.

Wiz held strong without Wall in Game 1

The Hawks were unable to make the most of Wall's time on the bench. Wall sat for 9 minutes in Game 1, and in that time the Wizards outscored the Hawks 16-4. Atlanta made just 2-of-13 shots during that stretch.

Hawks' Carroll on a 'Nique-like streak

DeMarre Carroll has scored at least 20 points in 5 straight playoff games. He's the first Hawk with such a stretch since Atlanta legend Dominique Wilkins. (via NBA.com/Stats)

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