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Curry comes through as Warriors take Game 2

From scoring 33 points to thwarting James Harden on the game's final play, Stephen Curry made all the difference as Golden State took a 2-0 series lead.

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Bills DT Dareus suspended 1 game by league

Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus has been suspended for the first game of the regular season for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, the league announced Thursday.

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OTL: Kurt Busch's ex used charity as bank

Documents show that Patricia Driscoll, in effect, used the Armed Forces Foundation as a bank to lend money for or pay various personal expenses, including bills for a private company she owns.

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Bryant extends hit streak in Cubs' win (0:43)

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Olbermann: Manning brothers, friends of David Letterman (4:19)

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Okafor's mid-interview block (0:17)

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Best of the NBA playoffs in super slow motion (1:14)
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#TBT: When Babe Ruth hit right-handed

According to nationalpastime.com, Babe Ruth decided to bat right-handed in the ninth inning on May 21, 1930 -- a game in which he hit three homers.

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Spieth tied for lead at Crowne Plaza Invitation (1:04)

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Mercury exercise option on coach
WNBA 

Sandy Brondello had her 2016 option picked up by the team. She was hired in 2013 and led the Mercury to a league-record 29 wins and a WNBA title in her first season. Said Brondello: "I know where I'll be for the next two years, and I'm excited to be here. ... Hopefully, I'm here even longer than that."

WNBA 

Houston forgot about 'Dre
NBA 

Andre Iguodala is a former dunk contest runner-up. He reminded the Rockets of that on this epic slam early in the second quarter, sparking a massive Warriors run.

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NBA 

Ducks bounce back on the road
NHL 

Anaheim recovered from the marathon of Game 2 by beating the Blackhawks in Chicago to take a 2-1 series lead. Frederik Andersen made 27 saves, killing off 5 power plays in the Ducks’ 2-1 Game 3 victory.

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Brewers' Smith ejected for substance on arm
MLB 

"It was chilly and kind of windy," Milwaukee P Will Smith said. "I had rosin and sunscreen on my arm. I just forgot to wipe it off before I went out and pitched. I had to kind of get ready in a hurry. I just forgot. That's it."

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Okafor's mid-interview block
NBA Draft 

Jahlil Okafor averaged 1.4 blocks per game during his one season at Duke, so the NBA draft prospect wasn't about to get posterized during this recent interview.

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Bumgarner bests Kershaw, Dodgers again
MLB 

Madison Bumgarner homered off Clayton Kershaw and tossed 6 1/3 scoreless innings as the Giants finished a 3-game sweep of their rival, outscoring the Dodgers 10-0 over the series.

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One-handed backflip catch

North Carolina A&T State running back Tarik Cohen took one-handed grabs to the next level by making one in the midst of a backflip.

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James Harden: From cooking to cursed?
NBA 

If you believe in curses, you might think rapper Lil B aka the Based God is the reason Kevin Durant hasn’t won a title. Well he’s back, claiming Harden took his cooking dance. If Harden doesn’t give Lil B credit, he says the Rocket will be cursed. Lil B to blame for Houston's loss?

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NBA 

The complete history of the NBA
NBA 

Nov. 28, 1969, was a long time ago. Bad news for Knicks fans, that's also the date the franchise peaked, at least according to FiveThirtyEight's breakdown of power ratings for every game by every team in NBA history. How did your team fare?

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NBA 

Isiah Thomas: Meet me before judging
WNBA 

Many are critical of his hiring as president of a WNBA team due to a 2007 sexual harassment case. Said Thomas: "I'd like for them to meet me themselves and judge from their own interactions with me. And whatever conclusions they walk away with, that's the conclusion they walk away with." Thomas wants open minds

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WNBA 

Court artist
NBA 

One artist was so inspired by this year's NBA playoffs that he made some pretty impressive portraits of James Harden, Tim Duncan and others. Check them out

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NBA 

Clayton: Teams who could pursue Rice
NFL 

Don't expect Ray Rice to be signed any time soon, but there are some teams -- including the Cowboys, who have shown they're willing to take on a player's behavioral baggage -- that could consider adding him at the start of training camp. Five possible teams

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NFL 

Uni Watch Power Rankings: NFL edition
NFL 

The Steelers and Raiders went 1-2. As for who came in dead last? Writes Paul Lukas: "There's no getting around it: This is the worst helmet in NFL history, and everything else in this uniform set is subordinate to that. Woof!" Full rankings

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NFL 

Olajuwon doesn't mince words on MVP
NBA 

Hakeem Olajuwon on James Harden being named first-team All-NBA: "It's well deserved. I'm very happy for him, but I think he deserves more than that. We all know [Harden] is the MVP of the league. It reminds me of losing the MVP to David [Robinson in 1995]." (via Mark Berman, Fox 26 Houston)

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NBA 

Best of the conference semifinals
NBA 

What's better than the NBA playoffs? The NBA playoffs in super slow motion. We look back at the second round through the lens of the Phantom Cam.

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NBA 

MLB commish happy to have A-Rod back
MLB 

Rob Manfred on A-Rod: "I think Alex has done a great job re-entering in a difficult situation. Whenever a player is suspended, it's difficult to return to the field. He's played well, and good for him. I'm pleased for him.'' Other MLB thoughts

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MLB 

Alex Gordon's son mimics crazy catches
MLB 

The Royals OF is the 21-time Web Gems winner, but his 4-year-old son Max my take his title. "He does it just like Daddy," Gordon said. "He runs into the wall, falls down and lays there for about 10 seconds. So he's got it down." (via Kansas City Star)

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MLB 

Broncos Smith under investigation
NFL 

Denver DE Antonio Smith is under investigation in Texas over a criminal allegation the local sheriff described Thursday as "sexual in nature." Story

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NFL 

Babcock knows he has long road ahead
NHL 

New Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock said the franchise's restoration, without the Stanley Cup since 1967, will be a "massive, massive challenge," but he's up for it: "They've made a long-term commitment to me. In turn, I've made a long-term commitment to the Leafs."

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NHL 

Warriors hang on to edge Rockets
NBA 

James Harden claimed 38 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists, but the MVP runner-up was caught in a double-team as time expired as Golden State was able to hold on for the 99-98 victory.

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