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Sources: NBA cap could pass $100M by 2017-18

At this week's NBA Board of Governors meetings in New York, teams were advised ‎that the league's salary cap could rise past the $100 million mark as soon as the 2017-18 season, sources said.

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Footing the bill: Nike signs Winston, Mariota

Nike has likely assured itself of the top overall pick in the NFL draft, adding Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota, Melvin Gordon and Amari Cooper to its stable of endorsers.

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Scioscia meets with Hamilton, unsure on return

Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia met with Josh Hamilton this week for the first time in months, and he said he isn't sure when the star will return to the team.

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A-Rod confident and dangerous

The Baseball Tonight Minute breaks down Alex Rodriguez's performance against the Rays and what it means for the Yankees' success.

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Trout makes history in Angels win

Angels center fielder Mike Trout became the youngest player to reach 100 home runs and 100 steals in Los Angeles' 6-3 win over Houston.

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Capitals even series (1:29)

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Temple Cup vs. Stanley Cup part 1

Keith Olbermann explains how baseball's Temple Cup was never able to match the lore and greatness of the Stanley Cup, and Mike Bolt presents Lord Stanley's Cup in studio.

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Signals: By the Numb3rs (15:07)

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Manziel apologizes, vows to regain Browns' trust

Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel, who was released from a rehab treatment facility last week, apologized Friday to the Browns organization and fans for letting them down.

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Bryan Stow throws out inspirational first pitch (0:51)

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Kershaw lets one get away

Charlie Blackmon took a 95-mph Kershaw fastball and knocked it into the right bleachers, bringing Drew Stubbs home and bringing the Rockies within 1 after the top of the 5th. Follow live

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Twins walk off vs. Indians

Trevor Plouffe had been 0-for-4 before stepping to the plate to lead off the bottom of the 11th. He ended that skid -- and the game -- with a solo home run, giving Minnesota its third consecutive win. Box score

Peavy's short night

Giants' starter Jake Peavy lasted just 3.2 innings, giving up 8 hits and 4 runs. The Diamondbacks have opened up a 5-0 lead in the 5th as San Francisco's post-World Series struggles continue. Follow live

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Canucks up 2-0 after 2

Aside from this scrum in front of his net, Canucks goalie Eddie Lack hasn't been challenged much. He's stopped all 14 shots he's faced, giving Vancouver a 2-goal lead headed to the third period. Follow live

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Twins, Indians play on

Bryan Shaw was in a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the 10th, but struck out Kennys Vargas on three pitches to send the game into another extra inning. Follow live

Future college stars shine in Classic
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In a game that featured six Kentucky recruits -- and three undecided players who are considering the Wildcats -- the West beat the East 118-116 in the Jordan Brand Classic. Cheick Diallo and Allonzo Trier shared MVP honors.

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Kane equalizes but Predators pull ahead

Patrick Kane scored the equalizer midway through the 2nd but Nashville's Craig Smith responded with his own goal just before the period ended. The Predators' lead is even more important as they lost Shea Weber for the remainder of the game (lower body injury). Follow live

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Chirinos sends one back

Robinson Chirinos smacked a J.A. Happ fastball to deep center, barely clearing the wall for his 2nd HR of the season. The Rangers lead 2-0 in the top of the 5th. Follow live

Mike Trout bashes Houston

The Angels star eclipsed the career 100-HR mark in the 6-3 win. His 2nd bomb of the night gave Los Angeles the lead for good. Box score

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Kane is Nashville's reckoning

Patrick Sharp popped the puck free for Patrick Kane, who slipped the shot by Pekka Rinne. The Blackhawks have tied the game at 2-2. Follow live

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Extra baseball in Minnesota

The Twins had two on in the bottom of the ninth but couldn't plate the winning run, and we head to the 10th tied at 2-2. Follow live

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Kershaw helping himself

He's no Adrian Gonzalez, but Clayton Kershaw smacked a 2B deep to right field. It's just his fifth double in 503 plate appearances. Sadly, the Dodgers ace was left stranded for his efforts. Follow live

Kansas City dispatches Oakland 6-4

Eric Hosmer and Lorenzo Cain each collected 3 hits, but it was Paulo Orlando's 3B in the 8th that broke a 4-4 tie and gave the Royals the win. The Royals improved to 8-4. Box score

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