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Kiper: Round 1 impact rookies

Mel Kiper identifies the first-round rookies he thinks will have the biggest impact, including Amari Cooper and Dante Fowler Jr.

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Ranking top 10 fantasy MLB prospects for '15

Noah Syndergaard jumps to the top of Tommy Rancel's updated top 10 fantasy prospects for 2015, which also includes a couple of Blue Jays rookies who were demoted last week.

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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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David Blatt not revealing Cavs starters

With Kevin Love out for the remainder of the playoffs, Cleveland's coach has some decisions to make on his rotation. But when asked if he could reveal his starters, Blatt simply told reporters, "Uh, no."

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Curry's response: "I don't know what kind of watches they were, but i'll beat that gift."

No Djoker, no problem for Fed, Nadal
Tennis 

With world No. 1 Novak Djokovic not in the Madrid Open, attention falls on the two biggest names in the game. Federer is coming off a title in Istanbul, while Nadal is still the game's clay-court master. Old rivals, new look

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Tennis 

Paul still unknown for Game 1

Chris Paul went through a light shootaround with the Clippers today but is a game-time call for tonight's Game 1 of the conference semis with the Rockets. Coach Doc Rivers: "If there's any risk, he won't play, I can tell you that right now. I just don't know yet."

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Curry to Klay: "Hopefully we have a long future together. We can do some special things. Hopefully be THE BEST backcourt to ever play."

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Steph Curry wants long career w/ Klay Thompson: "We can do some special things and hopefully be the best backcourt to ever play this game."

Astronauts to watch MayPac in space
Boxing 

Showtime and HBO, which jointly put on the Mayweather-Pacquiao PPV, announced today they have partnered with NASA and -- at the request of the International Space Station -- packaged and delivered the fight for the U.S. ISS crew to watch at its leisure.

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Boxing 

Devils name Ray Shero GM

Said Lou Lamoriello, who was GM but remains as the team president: "Ray is well respected throughout the hockey industry and knows what it takes to win. His 22 seasons of NHL front-office experience will be beneficial to the Devils organization. I look forward to working alongside Ray."

Devils' postseason struggles

The Devils have missed the playoffs four of the last five seasons, including each of the last three. New Jersey missed the playoffs twice in Lou Lamoriello's first 23 seasons as general manager.

Another look at Paul's series-winner
NBA 

The biggest basket of Chris Paul's career was pretty sweet. It's even cooler in super slow-mo.

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Final: Arsenal beats Hull City 3-1
Soccer 

Arsenal moved into a tie for second place in the EPL with Manchester City, while Hull City failed to improve its standing in the relegation fight and remains just 1 point above the cut line.

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Soccer 

Warriors' wins put Curry on top
NBA 

The Rockets' James Harden may have averaged more points this season, but Steph Curry proved more valuable in the MVP voting.

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This season's streakiest MLB teams
MLB 

The teams with win streaks of 10 or more were a combined 149-175 last year. Who are they? The Mets, who reeled off 11 straight earlier this season, and the Astros -- winners of 10 straight. Both won five 1-run games during the stretch.

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Steph Curry: Family first

"There is more to life than basketball. There is your family, taking care of each other, loving each other. Without a doubt, you would have encouraged me, with or without basketball."

Kershaw could be 2nd best since WWII
MLB 

Among pitchers who debuted after World War II, Clayton Kershaw would have the 2nd best career ERA at the time of his 100th win (assuming it stays under 2.56 -- he's currently at 2.51). (via Elias)

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