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Harden's big rebound gives Rockets a lift

Frustrated after a poor Game 3, James Harden took it out on the Warriors in Game 4, scoring 45 points to keep the Rockets alive.

Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton

Ford/Pelton: Draft fits for first four NBA picks

Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton debate which players the top four teams in the 2015 NBA draft should take. Should Minnesota take Karl-Anthony Towns No. 1 overall?

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Time to give the Minnesota Twins some love

The Minnesota Twins are ahead of the Detroit Tigers in the American League Central and they're breathing down the necks of the Kansas City Royals.

Monday's MLB Highlights

Hamilton hitless in return to Texas (2:29)


SportsCenter clips

Any fallout in Chicago over McDonald's release? (1:21)

Juan Pablo Montoya SportsCenter Conversation (1:59)
Is Dellavedova a dirty player? (1:35)

Have You Seen?

Harden's full-court shot waved off (0:13)


French Open

Razzano's surprise underhand serve (0:27)



Howard stuck in arena due to weather

Six to 10 inches of rain ravaged Houston Monday night, and fans were urged to remain in the Toyota Center until it passed. Rocket Dwight Howard was among those still in the arena until at least 2:15 a.m. CT. "Sleepy ... crazy ... but fine," Howard told reporters. "I'm enjoying myself with the fans."

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Gordon Bombay leads Ducks to victory

Emilio Estevez, who played coach Gordon Bombay in "The Mighty Ducks," live-tweeted the Anaheim Ducks' dramatic Game 5 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks. Quack, quack, quack


Rafael Nadal wins first set

The defending champ took the first set 6-3 over France's Quentin Halys. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN


Two Cavs say LeBron could best Jordan

The Michael Jordan-LeBron James debate isn't going away, as evidenced by the comments of Kendrick Perkins and J.R. Smith after Game 3. Vote on LeBron's place in history

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Steph scared fans and family alike

Curry's fall in Game 4 was just as nerve-wracking for his family as his fans. His mom, Sonya, said "This was scary, because I didn't know for a while what was going on down there." (via USA TODAY Sports)


Josh Hamilton returns to MLB

"I want to be OK after baseball is over. I know I only have a few years left of it. So if I can do it while I'm playing the game and I can live life and be responsible and be a good father, then I know I'll be OK after baseball."


Murray, others: Rafael Nadal not done

Andy Murray said Nadal is still the French Open favorite: "On that court, Rafa, his record is ridiculous." So does Maria Sharapova: "To put so many question marks, I almost think it's disrespectful."


Stanton's wall-crashing Web Gem

Giancarlo Stanton doesn't just hit home runs, though he did do that on Monday. He is also capable of incredible plays in the field, such as this.


ICYMI: Angels walk off in Anaheim

Unlike their hometown friends, the Ducks, the Angels won in regulation as they walked off in the 9th inning on Albert Pujols' bases-loaded single off Craig Kimbrell to snap a two-game skid. Pujols collected his 17th walk-off hit.


Rafael Nadal seeks 10th French title

The defending champ, with already a record 9 French Open titles and a record 5 straight, begins his tournament today at Roland Garros. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

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Wilbon 'terrified' when Curry went down

Michael Wilbon said of Stephen Curry's scary fall in Game 4: "You're terrified. He's on the floor for that period of time, the whole team's around him and you see the replay over and over of him hitting his head."


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Coco Vandeweghe just lost so make that 2-12 for Americans in Paris. Steve Johnson is only U.S. player to beat a non-American opponent here.

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Petra Kvitova, the only player to beat Serena Williams in 2015, drops the second set to Marina Erakovic at #RG15.

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Early women's matches today in Paris: Kuznetsova leads Bertens 6-1 Goerges leads Vandeweghe 4-1 Smitkova leads Townsend 5-3 #RG15

Ferrer steps onto Roland Garros clay

David Ferrer has won 12 career titles on clay, and reached the finals at Roland Garros in 2013. His quest for a French Open title begins today against Lukas Lacko. Watch live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

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