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Warriors roll at home in Game 1

Steph Curry scored a game-high 22 points and Golden State took care of Memphis in Game 1 at home.

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Clips' Paul questionable for Game 1 vs. Rockets

The Los Angeles Clippers have officially listed star point guard Chris Paul as questionable for Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Houston Rockets on Monday.

Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

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Elhassan/Doolittle: Cavaliers-Bulls preview

Amin Elhassan and Bradford Doolittle break down the Chicago Bulls-Cleveland Cavaliers Eastern Conference playoff matchup with expert scouting and advanced statistical analysis.

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Padres take Rockies out of the park in win
MLB 

Pinch-hitter Jedd Gyorko was hitting just .145 coming into Sunday, but he drilled a homer 438 feet, and Justin Upton and Derek Norris added HRs of their own to lead the Padres past the Rockies 8-6.

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Gordon Edes @GordonEdes

Sox on first three Sundays they've played: 0-3, 13.32 ERA, That includes 14-4 loss to NYY on ESPN April 12. Rox, Sox only teams winless Sun

Sources: Curry to win MVP
NBA 

Stephen Curry will be named the 2014-15 NBA MVP on Monday sources told ESPN's Marc Stein, confirming a CSN Bay Area report. Curry will be the first Warriors player to win the award since Wilt Chamberlain in 1959-60.

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Arash Markazi @ArashMarkazi

Expectation within the team is Chris Paul will try to give it a go after starting all 89 games during the regular season and postseason.

McIlroy adds another WGC trophy
Golf 

Rory McIlroy's Match Play Championship win was his 2nd in a World Golf Championship event. Only Tiger Woods (18) and Geoff Ogilvy (3) have more WGC titles.

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Power running on the rise?
NFL 

John Clayton notes five things we learned during the 2015 draft, including the push for more power-running offenses: "After seeing Marshawn Lynch in two Super Bowls, teams are appreciating the value of the power run." Draft trends

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Lightning extends lead

A 4-on-3 edge and a face-off win with good puck movement led to Nikita Kucherov scoring. Tampa Bay has a 3-1 lead over the Canadiens in the second period. Follow live

Kimbrel closes out the Rockies

Colorado made things interesting in the 9th with a Charlie Blackmon homer, his second of the game, but Craig Kimbrel got his 8th save of the season and 34th in a row in the Padres' 8-6 win. Box score

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Steven Stamkos scores

The second-leading goal scorer in the NHL this season finally lights the lamp after an 11-game playoff drought with a fantastic breakaway. Tampa Bay leads 2-1 in the game and 1-0 in the series. Follow live

Cardinals beat Pirates in extras yet again
MLB 

Kolten Wong's walk-off home run in the 14th lifted the Cardinals past the Pirates 3-2 for St. Louis' third consecutive win in extra innings. It's the Cards' first such stretch since 2006.

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NFL on ESPN @ESPNNFL

Questionable Picks: Kiper - Vince Mayle to CLE McShay - Green-Beckham to TEN Herm - Phillip Dorsett to IND Bruschi - Garrett Grayson to NO

NFL on ESPN @ESPNNFL

Rookies in the best position to succeed: •Kiper - Amari Cooper •McShay - Breshad Perriman •Herm - Todd Gurley •Bruschi - Leonard Williams

Astros are hot, but can they keep it up?
MLB 

Baseball Tonight's Aaron Boone says Houston's 18-7 start isn't sustainable: "I ultimately don't think they get to the postseason this year. But this team is for real ... and they're doing it in so many different ways."

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Dale Jr. missing his dad after win

The Talladega winner on his father, Dale Earnhardt Sr.: “I don’t really get too emotional about him, but just winning here, and knowing how much this racetrack meant to him … and it was his birthday last week. It’s just a lot of stuff has overcome me at one time.”

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Nagamura lifts Sporting Kansas City
Soccer 

Paulo Nagamura's 75th-minute header propelled Sporting Kansas City past the Chicago Fire 1-0. Sporting KC remains unbeaten at home this season (2-0-3).

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Gray, Vogt power A's past Rangers
MLB 

Sonny Gray threw a career-high 119 pitches and struck out 10 Rangers over 6 2/3 innings, and Stephen Vogt hit two homers to stake the Athletics to a 7-1 win. It wasn't all rosy for Gray, who walked a career-high seven batters.

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Houston has a problem with picks

Most experts are predicting the Clippers to beat the Rockets in their second-round series. Houston GM Daryl Morey noticed, and he says his team is using this as motivation – not long after the Clippers did the same thing vs. the Spurs. Bulletin board material?

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Lightning strikes on power play

P.K. Subban was called for crosschecking and Tampa Bay made the most of the man-advantage. Valtteri Filppula beats Carey Price high and it's even at one after one. Follow live

Final: Cardinals 3, Pirates 2 (14)

St. Louis and Pittsburgh gave the fans plenty of free baseball, but Kolten Wong ended things in the bottom of the 14th with a walk-off home run to complete a 3-game sweep for the Cardinals. The two teams combined to use 14 pitchers. Box score

ESPN FC @ESPNFC

Goal Sporting Kansas City! Anibaba sends a cross into the area and Nagamura heads it home! #SKCvCHI Sporting Kansas City 1-0 Chicago Fire

Cubs backing the Blackhawks

Manager Joe Maddon is big on civic pride and off-beat bonding rituals, so today each Cubs player boarded the team flight to St. Louis wearing a Blackhawks jersey with their own name and Cubs uniform number on the back. Blackhawks host the Wild tonight in the second round of the NHL playoffs.

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Dale Jr. gets first win of the season
NASCAR 

Dale Earnhardt Jr. led a race-high 67 laps and cruised to an emotional win at Talladega. It's his sixth career victory at the track, but first since 2004.

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