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7hScott Spratt

Spratt: The golden age of third basemen

Manny Machado, Nolan Arenado and top prospect Kris Bryant are leading a new major league trend of a more versatile third baseman, says Baseball Info Solutions' Scott Spratt.

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7hTodd McShay

McShay: Best fits for top DB prospects

Where will the top defensive back prospects in the draft fit best in the NFL? Todd McShay looks at Trae Waynes, Marcus Peters and the rest of the DBs projected to go in the first three rounds.

Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

Mayweather vs. Pacquaio in 150 seconds (2:26)

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3hBrett Okamoto

Brett Okamoto: Johnson-Horiguchi breakdown

How will the talented but untested Kyoji Horiguchi fare against flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson? Brett Okamoto breaks down the UFC 186 main event.

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Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

Surprised, but suppose Matt Harvey may be going back out. They had indicated conservative pitch counts througout April. Already at 91.

It's getting chippy in Brew Town
NBA 

Aaron Brooks just hit Jerryd Bayless with an elbow off the ball and Bayless did not appreciate the gesture. A shoving match was broken up on the court and Bayless was assessed a technical foul while Brooks was hit with a flagrant foul 1. Follow live

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Clippers not dwelling on Sterling

On the 1-year anniversary of Donald Sterling's racist remarks being released online, the Clippers aren't looking back. Doc Rivers said: "It's been a controversy-free year for the most part except for our play. It’s nice." Clippers building organization

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Sprint Cup race postponed
NASCAR 

Today's race at Richmond was postponed due to rain. Joey Logano will start from the pole on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.

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NASCAR 

Mayo hit with a flagrant

O.J. Mayo was just assessed a flagrant foul 1 for undercutting his former USC teammate Taj Gibson as Gibson was going up for an alley-oop. Gibson fell hard but seemed okay after being helped up from Mayo. The Bulls lead by 4. Follow live

Travis extends hit streak
MLB 

With his 1st-inning single, Blue Jays 2B Devon Travis extended his hit streak to 11 games. We hope you grabbed him in fantasy while you could. He was the 9th-most added player in the past week, bringing him to 100% ownership. Follow live

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Kevin Pelton @kpelton

You could make a pretty good video of Jimmy Butler's defensive highlights in this series. Another one with that quarter-ending block.

Butler swoops in for the denial

O.J. Mayo took a breakaway pass from Giannis Antetokounmpo for an open layup but Jimmy Butler streaked back and soared for the clean block just as the buzzer sounded. The Bulls lead 23-19 after one. Follow live

Bulls hurt by turnovers

Chicago's 8 turnovers are tied for its most in a first quarter all season. Milwaukee has converted those 8 turnovers for 10 points as the Bucks trail by 4 late in the first. Follow live

Brooklyn nets win, narrow series to 2-1
NBA 

Brook Lopez led Brooklyn to a 91-83 win over Atlanta on a steady 22 points, 13 rebounds effort. The Hawks were held to an awful 35.6% shooting from the field as they trailed nearly the entire game.

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Red Wings at Lightning, 6 ET (Tied 2-2)
NHL 

Tyler Johnson, at only 5-foot-9, is the top scorer in the series with 4 goals and 5 points. His Lightning are looking to take command of the series at home. Follow live

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Nick Friedell @NickFriedell

Dunleavy and Carter Williams each get a T. This thing is only going to get more physical as Bucks see end of series in sight.

Final: Islanders 3, Capitals 1
NHL 

The Islanders rode an emotional Nassau Coliseum crowd to get the win. Washington is now 0-4 in Game 6s with a shot to close out a series in the Alex Ovechkin era. Game 7 is Monday in Washington. Box score

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Legendary Expos exec Jim Fanning dies
MLB 

Fanning, a former Montreal manager and GM, died at 87 years old. Fanning managed the 1981 Expos, the only Expos team to make a postseason appearance. His 25 years as a Montreal executive earned him a spot in the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame.

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