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LeBron's triple-double guides Cavs to OT win

LeBron James wouldn't let a shooting slump and a variety of injuries stop him from scoring 37 points and propelling Cleveland to the cusp of the NBA Finals.

Sunday's MLB Highlights

Rangers sweep Yankees in the Bronx (0:56)

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Inside-the-park HR on infield blunder (0:27)

French Open

Halep advances in Paris (0:59)

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Top goals of the Premier League season (3:32)

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Dodgers fan records himself catching HR ball (0:26)

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Chris Kirk wins Crowne Plaza Invitational (1:38)

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Looking like Oscar
NBA 

LeBron James has six career 30-point triple-doubles in the playoffs, just two shy of Oscar Robertson for the most in NBA history.

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LeBron James drops to the floor after putting up a triple-double as the Cavaliers beat the Hawks in overtime, 114-111.

Royals sit atop MLB Power Rankings
MLB 

Doug Glanville: "There's no question they are the best team in baseball right now."

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MLB 

A look at Day 2 of French Open
Tennis 

Patrick McEnroe and Brad Gilbert break down the intriguing Venus Williams-Sloane Stephens match where the second serve could decide the winner.

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Tennis 

Lightning blank Rangers in Game 5
NHL 

Steven Stamkos set up Valtteri Filppula's go-ahead goal and scored another as the Lightning are now just a win away from the Stanley Cup finals.

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Stamkos haunting the Rangers

Steven Stamkos scored for the fourth straight game Sunday. He is the first player to score goals in four straight games of a playoff series against the Rangers since Mario Lemieux in 1996 (via Elias).

Horford: Dellavedova 'has got to learn'
NBA 

Al Horford was ejected on Sunday after he and Matthew Dellavedova got tangled up. Is he a dirty player? "He's got to learn that at the end of the day, it's a big brotherhood here."

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Dellavedova on Horford ejection
NBA 

Matthew Dellavedova when asked about Al Horford's comments that he has a "track record" of dangerous plays: "I would disagree with that. I was boxing him out and you can see from the baseline view he's pulling my left arm down."

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James staunchly defends Dellavedova

After the Game 3 win, LeBron James said, "I'm a little bit off about it because this is my guy, this is my teammate and this is a guy that goes out and works his tail off every single night and people are trying to give him a bad rap. He doesn't deserve it and I don't like it."

LeBron on exhausting Game 3 win
NBA 

"I gave it everything I had tonight. My teammates did. ... It's a huge win for our team."

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NBA 

May 25, 1965: Ali-Liston II
Boxing 

It's one of the most iconic photos of all time, and it happened 50 years ago today. Muhammad Ali defended his heavyweight title with a first-round knockout of Sonny Liston in Lewiston, Maine -- on what some still believe was a phantom punch.

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Boxing 

Smith: LeBron 'could have been better'
NBA 

Stephen A. Smith says LeBron James' Game 3 performance was good, but he's seen better. "But in the end when shots needed to be made, LeBron James delivered."

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Twins have disco parties after home wins

A new tradition in the Twins locker room started by Torii Hunter includes fog and light machines, loud music and dancing. Pitcher Mike Pelfrey said, "It's pretty entertaining. You can imagine us being frustrated when we lose at home and don't get to see that. (via St Paul Pioneer Press)

Bryant: Harper confident but backs it up
MLB 

Kris Bryant played with and against Bryce Harper as a youth player in Las Vegas. "He knew he was good. And that's a good trait to have in this game. You've got to go out there extremely confident. And he was confident. I think that helped him get to where he is today."

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MLB 

LeBron serves up a facial
NBA 

Before he was limping in overtime of Game 3, LeBron James was leaping in regulation, throwing down this massive dunk over a pair of Hawks defenders.

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Steve Johnson prevails in five sets

Unseeded American Steve Johnson topped No. 26 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez to advance to the second round at the French Open. ESPN's Brad Gilbert: "He came up with the goods."

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LeBron's line one of a kind
NBA 

It took a career-high 37 shots but LeBron James finished with 37 points along with 18 rebounds and 13 assists Sunday night. He is the first player in NBA history with that many points, rebounds and assists in a postseason game. (via Elias)

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NBA 

U.S. youngster loses in 1 hour, 40 minutes
Tennis 

Frances Tiafo lost in straight sets to No. 36 Martin Klizan. He was the first 17-year-old American man at the French since Michael Chang in 1989. Other youngsters to watch today: Nick Kyrgios (20 years old), Borna Coric (18), Dominic Thiem (21) and Thanasi Kokkinakis (19). French Open results

Tennis 

Milestone night for LeBron James
NBA 

On Sunday night, LeBron James ...

  • Passed Jason Kidd for second-most playoff triple-doubles (12).
  • Tied Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for third-most 30-point playoff games (75).
  • Passed Karl Malone for sixth on career playoff points list (4,782).

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Men's match updates: No. 28 Fognini d. Ito 6-3 6-2 6-2 Klizan d. Tiafoe 6-2 6-1 6-4 Gabashvili leads No. 11 Lopez 6-3 7-6(9) #RG15

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Winningest player on the WTA Carla Suarez Navarro moves to 32-10 in 2015 with a 6-2 6-2 win over Niculescu. #RG15

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A couple men's seeds drop the first set: Gabashvili leads No. 11 Lopez 6-3 Groth leads No. 21 Cuevas 7-6(5) #RG15