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Source: Wainwright likely out rest of season

Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright is expected to miss the rest of the 2015 season due to an Achilles injury he suffered Saturday while stumbling out of the batter's box, a source told Jim Bowden.

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Scherzer, injured batting, says NL needs DH

Max Scherzer, who could miss his next start for the Washington Nationals with a sprained thumb, says the National League would be better served if pitchers weren't asked to bat.

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Wainwright out for the season with Achilles injury

Jerry Crasnick has the latest on Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright, who is expected to miss the rest of the season with an Achilles injury, which he suffered Saturday night while stumbling out of the batter's box.

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Playoff buzzer-beaters

Check out the past four NBA playoff game-winning buzzer-beaters, including ones from LeBron James when he was a member of the Miami Heat and Bucks' Jerryd Bayless' winner against the Bulls.

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Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

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Summer Scoop: New Orleans Pelicans

What's next for the Pelicans? After New Orleans' early exit from the playoffs, Marc Stein identifies the key questions surrounding Anthony Davis & Co.

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Burnside: Where do Penguins go from here?

In spite of having two of the best players in the world in captain Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, the Penguins must figure out how they can prevent even further erosion.

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Clips can't close door on Spurs

Kawhi Leonard made one bad decision on a heat check of a jumper, but he has San Antonio right back in the thick of it with less than 2 minutes remaining in the fourth. Chris Paul (30 points, 7 assists) has been huge; can he keep L.A. from going down 3-1? Watch live

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Norris homer pushes Padres lead to 2

Derek Norris took Scott Baker deep over the left-field wall to increase the Padres' lead to 3-1 in the bottom of the 7th inning. Norris is 2-for-3 with 2 RBI and a run. Follow live

Jameison scores first MLS goal
Soccer 

Bradford Jamieson shook a defender and put a left-footed shot past the keeper to open the scoring for the Galaxy in the 8th minute. Los Angeles leads the Red Bulls 1-0 at half. Watch live

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Arash Markazi @ArashMarkazi

Wow. Back to back threes from Kawhi Leonard. It's now 106-98. Some Spurs fans had already started heading for the exits.

Gordon flies into stands for catch
MLB 

Royals OF Alex Gordon had a close encounter with White Sox fans in the 6th inning of Chicago's 5-3 win. We're not sure how he held onto this one.

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John Clayton's NFL draft advice
NFL Draft 

Before Thursday's NFL draft, teams would be wise to heed the lessons of 2011: don't reach for a QB. Clayton's mailbag

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The Wild go ahead 4-1 on the Blues. The Blackhawks will meet the Wild for a third consecutive season in the playoffs.

Wild oust Blues in Game 6
NHL 

Zach Parise scored twice and Devan Dubnyk turned away 30 shots to send wild-card Minnesota past St. Louis 4-1. Box score

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NHL 

Six could nix Clippers' hopes

Chris Paul has fouled out of 9 games in his career, playoffs and regular season included. His teams are 0-9 in those contests.

Brewers avoid sweep in Milwaukee
MLB 

Adam Lind smashed a two-run homer, and the Brewers rode it to their second win in the last 12 games with a 6-3 victory vs. the visiting Cards.

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Arash Markazi @ArashMarkazi

Chris Paul is staying in the game for now because, well, they have no depth. Lester Hudson isn't playing in this spot.

Chris Paul takes the fifth in fourth

It's a good thing for the Clippers that Austin Rivers is on fire, because CP3 just picked up his fifth foul with over 8 minutes remaining in regulation. All 5 Paul fouls have come in the second half. The Clippers' lead hovers at just a shade under double digits ... for now. Watch live on ESPN/Watch ESPN

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Justin Rose is the 2015 Zurich Classic champion. His sixth straight season with a win, second to Dustin Johnson for longest current streak.

Stephen A Smith @stephenasmith

Wow! I'm about to faint. Austin Rivers is balling. Possibly saving the Clippers season right now. Clips have extended the lead w/ DJ out.

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Austin Rivers has 13 points off the bench for the Clippers. The rest of the bench has combined for 8 points.

Popovich has all the answers

There's nothing like a between-quarters Gregg Popovich interview. Why are the Spurs losing? "Too many fundamental errors." How can they fix that? "More attention to detail." Sounds about right! Watch live

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Clippers out in front after three

The good news for Chris Paul & Co. is L.A. took its biggest lead of the game late in the third quarter and is up on the Spurs 81-76 in a game with 18 lead changes so far. The bad news is that Paul has 4 fouls with 12 minutes left. Watch live

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