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Costly curse: Ujiri fined $35,000 for expletive

Toronto general manager Masai Ujiri was fined $35,000 and the team docked $25,000 by the NBA on Sunday for his expletive Saturday talking about Washington forward Paul Pierce when addressing fans

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1hBob Pockrass

Keselowski crash collects Logano in rainy Bristol

Brad Keselowski's car turned, hit the wall and collected Penske teammate Logano in the aftermath, just 18 laps into the Food City 500 that had already been delayed more than hour due to rain.

SportsCenter Clips

Why are Eagles signing Tebow? (2:07)


Lester thinks on his feet

In the top of the second inning, Cubs pitcher Jon Lester struggles to retrieve the ball from his glove and decides to throw the entire glove with the ball inside it to Anthony Rizzo at first base to tag out Padres shortstop Clint Barmes.

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12hTodd Zola

MLB tip sheets for FanDuel: April 19

Todd Zola serves up lineup advice for those playing in FanDuel daily fantasy baseball contests on April 19.


All-Access: Mayweather's mindset

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith chats with Floyd Mayweather about Mayweather's mindset and quest for a "flawless" performance against Manny Pacquiao.

17hBrian Campbell

Fonfara TKO's Chavez, hands him 1st knockdown

After getting knocked down for the first time in his career in Round 9 by light heavyweight contender Andrzej Fonfara, a badly swollen Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. asked out of the fight.

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Wagering on Winston? (6:50)



Canadiens, Senators headed to overtime

Dale Weise’s goal 14 minutes into the 3rd period evened the score and sent the Canadiens and Senators into overtime for the 2nd straight game. Follow live


Michael Wallace @WallaceNBA_ESPN

Officials timeout now to get LaMarcus' blood cleaned up on his elbow. So yeah, that Z-Bo/LaMarcus battle down low has been blood brutal.

Michael Wallace @WallaceNBA_ESPN

Gasol wasn't pleased about having to defend 3 Blazers on that last possession that ended in Batum's 3. Let teammates know it in timeout.

Portland trying to chip away

After making just one 3-pointer in the 1st half, the Blazers already have one just 4 minutes into the 2nd half. But the Grizzlies still lead by 16 and show no signs of slowing down. Follow live

Canadiens pull even in Game 3

It took 36 shots, but Montreal finally cracked Senators goalie Craig Anderson as Dale Weise found the back of the net. The Canadiens and Senators are tied at 1 with less than five minutes remaining. Follow live


Sheridan: Tebow will have chance

ESPN Eagles reporter Phil Sheridan writes: "Kelly's football team is a meritocracy. The best player at each position will be on the field. All Kelly is really doing right now is giving Tebow a chance to prove himself better than Bradford and Sanchez -- better, at least, in Kelly's spread offense." Move more about Kelly?


Not Lillard Time yet

Damian Lillard ended the first round in style last year, with his series-winning buzzer-beater against Houston. He hasn't exactly picked up where he left off.

ESPN Stats & Info

Leake dealin' in St. Louis

Since Matt Holliday's single in the first inning, Mike Leake has retired 14 straight batters. The Cards and Reds are tied at 1 in St. Louis. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN


J.A. Adande @jadande

Popovich said it feels weird to be the 6th seed because he felt his team played well. Called it a tribute to the Western Conference

Grizz grind way to big lead

Memphis has held Portland to 32% shooting to open up a 19-point lead at halftime. Surprise contributor Beno Udrih leads the Grizzlies with 13 points and 3 assists in 8 minutes off the bench. Follow live

Sheridan: Tebow an ego move?

ESPN's Phil Sheridan said of the Eagles' plan to sign Tim Tebow: "Guys who have [Chip] Kelly's reputation and pedigree, they want to kind of show that they can get more out of a player than other guys have gotten."


Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

From Mark Simon: Cardinals were tied for last in NL in defensive shifts coming into this game, with 22.

Carpenter rejoins 400-foot HR club

Matt Carpenter's HR to give the Cards an early 1-0 lead over the Reds was calculated at 423 feet, marking only the second blast he's hit at least 420 feet since the beginning of the 2013 season, according to ESPN Stats & Info. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN


J.A. Adande @jadande

1 of the reasons Doc Rivers thinks it's hard to repeat as champs is "some (players) never come off the trophy tour."

Dodgers blank Rockies, sweep series

Howie Kendrick, Scott Van Slyke and Joc Pederson all smashed HRs in a 5-run sixth as the Dodgers toppled the Rockies for a series sweep.


Things are looking Grizzly for Portland

Beno Udrih's evolution into a perpetual motion device is still on track, as he has 13 points on 6-for-7 shooting. Memphis has held Damian Lillard to 3 points and 2 assists midway through the second quarter as the Grizzlies' lead hovers comfortably in double digits. Follow live