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Costly curse: Ujiri fined $35,000 for expletive

Toronto Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri was fined $35,000 and the team docked $25,000 by the NBA on Sunday for his expletive Saturday talking about Washington Wizards forward Paul Pierce.


Lester thinks on his feet

In the top of the second inning, Cubs pitcher Jon Lester struggles to retrieve the ball from his glove and decides to throw the entire glove with the ball inside it to Anthony Rizzo at first base to tag out Padres shortstop Clint Barmes.

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MLB tip sheets for FanDuel: April 19

Todd Zola serves up lineup advice for those playing in FanDuel daily fantasy baseball contests on April 19.


All-Access: Mayweather's mindset

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith chats with Floyd Mayweather about Mayweather's mindset and quest for a "flawless" performance against Manny Pacquiao.

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Eagles to sign QB Tim Tebow (0:56)

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Fonfara TKO's Chavez, hands him 1st knockdown

After getting knocked down for the first time in his career in Round 9 by light heavyweight contender Andrzej Fonfara, a badly swollen Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. asked out of the fight.

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Wagering on Winston? (6:50)



Senators strike first at home

Mark Stone found Clarke MacArthur in front of the net and MacArthur put it past Carey Price to give Ottawa a 1-0 lead over Montreal. Follow live


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MacArthur opens the scoring but the key play was Karlsson taking a huge hit from Subban on the zone entry to make the play happened, 1-0 Ott

Raptors GM Ujiri releases statement

"I have the deepest respect for Commissioner Silver and the NBA, and while showing passion for our team and fans I will choose my words more carefully in the future so as not to indicate otherwise. I apologize and have acknowledged the fine with the Commissioner. I consider the matter closed, and our sole focus is on the playoffs." Costly curse


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Swing. Possible six-point swing. Clark misses an open 3. Scott finishes an And-1. And here comes Al Horford. #Nets down 13.

Tebow off the mark

Over the last 10 seasons, no quarterback has completed a lower percentage of his passes (min. 250 attempts) than Tim Tebow, who is reportedly set to sign with the Eagles:


Nets on the outside looking in

It's not like Brooklyn is taking bad shots, necessarily. They just won't go down. The Nets are 0-for-11 on open jumpers so far through three quarters, and they finished 1-for-12 outside the restricted area in the third to fall behind the Hawks by 12 headed to the final frame. Follow live

'Not a Tim Tebow type of QB team'

Back in 2011, Eagles coach Chip Kelly said of his then-Oregon offense: "I look for a quarterback who can run and not a running back who can throw. I want a quarterback who can beat you with his arm. We are not a Tim Tebow type of quarterback team." But are they now?

Royals, A's play the feud

Things got even more heated after Saturday's bench-clearing brawl between the A's and Royals. Four KC players and manager Ned Yost were ejected in Kansas City's 4-2 win.


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Hawks haven't given up an offensive board in nearly 8 minutes, as order has been restored: Hawks 72, Nets 56 at 2:30 mark of 3rd quarter

A career high for Brook Lopez

The Hawks are struggling to keep Brooklyn's star center off the glass. Lopez has 13 rebounds, including 6 offensive, to set a new personal postseason best. Atlanta has just 5 offensive rebounds total.


Hawks respond with help from deep

Just as quickly as the Nets got hot, they cooled off, and DeMarre Carroll and Kyle Korver knocked down triples from the left side to push Atlanta's lead back to double digits over midway through the third quarter. One potential problem: Jeff Teague has four fouls for the Hawks. Follow live

Nets on a run in Atlanta

Brooklyn is locking up the usually fluid Hawks offense, and a 9-0 spurt has the Nets within 3 early in the third quarter. Deron Williams had 5 points in less than a minute to force an Atlanta timeout. Follow live

Meet the flight crew

Tim Tebow will join an Eagles depth chart that's already loaded with former college stars who've had a mixed level of success in the NFL.

Final: Dodgers 7, Rockies 0

Brandon McCarthy was dealing Sunday, allowing just 3 hits in 6 scoreless innings. Scott Van Slyke provided the offense, going 3-for-4 with a homer and 3 RBI to raise his OPS to 1.600 this season. Box score


Bunbury lifts Revolution to 2-1 win

Substitute Teal Bunbury wasted no time making an impact in a win over the Union. Bunbury set up a Charlie Davies goal just three minutes after coming on and later knocked home the go-ahead score for New England.


8-seed just a number to The Brow

The Pelicans showed they wouldn't back down from the heavily-favored Warriors in a close Game 1 loss on Saturday. On Sunday, Anthony Davis reiterated that lack of fear to reporters: "There's no doubt in my mind that we can beat [the Warriors]."

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Crowded backfield in Philadelphia with so many QBs: • Sam Bradford • Mark Sanchez • Matt Barkley • Tim Tebow