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Milwaukee's best may be yet to come

After exceeding expectations this season, the future looks even brighter for Jason Kidd and the Bucks.

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Maddon, half-joking about leading the NL in K's: "The positives about striking out is you don't hit into as many double plays."

Things not going well for LeBron & Co.

Bulls backup PG Kirk Hinrich has scored 6 points in 5 minutes, which would be bad enough. But he blew past James for a banked and-1, and the Bulls are up 35-21 early in the second. Follow live

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Bulls up big on Cavs after first

Kevin Love's absence has made a bit of a difference. Cleveland scored just 15 points in the first quarter; it's the Cavs' worst opening frame of the entire season. The Bulls, meanwhile, are 5-of-7 on 3s and lead by 12. Follow live

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Counsell's debut starts off rocky

Craig Counsell's 1st game as Brewers manager started off poorly as Joc Pederson hit a leadoff home run for the Dodgers. What's worse? Los Angeles has Clayton Kershaw on the mound, making Counsell the 1st manager in history to have his debut come against a defending Cy Young and MVP winner. Follow live

Ovi has been thorn in Rangers' side
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Alex Ovechkin has 7 goals in 6 total games vs. the Rangers this season. Can he lead the Caps to a 2-1 series edge tonight? What to watch for

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Rangers at Capitals, 7:30 p.m. ET (Tied, 1-1)
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New York hits the road in a key game that's sure to be close. The Rangers' last nine playoff games have been decided by 1 goal, the longest such streak in the NHL's modern era (since 1944). Follow live

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How good are the Mets this year?
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Dallas Braden: “I think you have to look at this team and say ‘Wow, what a heck of a ride they went on early on.’ I don’t think they are as bad of a team as we’re seeing, but they’re definitely coming back down to earth in that range we think they’re going to play.”

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Butler's rest shadows LeBron

With less than 3 minutes left in the first quarter, LeBron James has taken his first breather of the game. Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau took the opportunity to give Jimmy Butler a rest, as Butler has been tasked with defending James so far. Follow live

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Hanley Ramirez leaves game with apparent injury. Ramirez has 2x the amount of homers as any other member of the Red Sox this season (10)

Dunleavy leading a 3-point parade

Of the first 26 points scored between the Cavs and Bulls, 18 came from downtown. The problem for Cleveland is that 5 of the 6 made 3-pointers have been by the Bulls. Mike Dunleavy leads all scorers with 11 quick points. Follow live

Rodriguez still tied with Mays
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A-Rod's pursuit of his 661st career HR continues tonight against the Blue Jays. He's the DH and slotted to hit No. 3 for the Yankees. He's hit 1 HR in 24 career AB vs. R.A. Dickey.

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Early matchup intrigue for Cavs, Bulls

With Cleveland forced into a small lineup, LeBron James has started out Game 1 guarding Bulls C Joakim Noah. On the other end, James is being picked up by Jimmy Butler. Follow live

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We all knew Kevin Love wasn't playing in Game 1, but it doesn't look like he's here as a spectator either.

LeBron and the Bulls go at it again
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LeBron James has eliminated Chicago from the NBA playoffs three times since 2010. With the Cavs missing J.R. Smith (suspension) and Kevin Love (shoulder), however, taking a 1-0 lead in this series could prove tough. Follow live

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Nick Friedell @NickFriedell

Bulls go with Rose, Butler, Noah, Dunleavy and Gasol to start. Cavs go with James, Miller, Mozgov, Shumpert and Irving.

'Hack-a-Shaq' looms for Clips-Rockets

Clippers C DeAndre Jordan shot under 40% on free throws this season, while Houston's Dwight Howard and Josh Smith each shot below 53%. Will there be intentional fouls? Said Jordan: "I don't think that will happen this series; if so, the games will be five hours long." Game 1, 9:30 p.m. ET