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41mBonnie Ford

Barry Bonds is shifting gears

Living on the outskirts of baseball, Bonds has turned his energy -- and money -- toward another sport tainted by doping.

23mMike Rodak

McCoy: Kelly dumped 'the good black players'

The Bills' new franchise running back discusses his trade to Buffalo, his impressions of coach Rex Ryan and whether there is a race issue with his former coach, the Eagles' Chip Kelly.

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Conley's return sparks Grizzlies past Warriors

Mike Conley took a gamble in coming back a week after facial surgery. It paid off in a 22-point night as Memphis dealt Golden State a stunning home loss.

Tiger's caddie takes a shot (0:45)

Have You Seen?

Olympian finds unique way to pull out loose tooth (0:27)

4hKevin Arnovitz

Hawks get even with steady habits

By sticking with the system that got them 60 wins, the Hawks pulled even with the Wizards in Game 2 of the East semifinals.

Tuesday's MLB Highlights

Betts blasts two home runs in Red Sox win (2:01)

13hDan Rafael

What do boxing fans want next?

Fight fans got what they were waiting for, but now that Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao is over, what's next? Dan Rafael lists the bouts he wants to see sooner rather than later.

E:60 Behind the Curtain: Colin Cassady Extra (6:02)
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14hJayson Stark

Five contenders facing critical questions

There is whole lot of baseball still to be played. But that doesn't mean it's too early for these five contenders -- including the Red Sox and Pirates -- to worry.

SportsCenter clips

Ernie Johnson of TNT gives Emmy to Stuart Scott's daughters (0:52)



Stuart Scott honored

At the 2015 Sports Emmy Awards, Turner Sports broadcaster Ernie Johnson won the best studio host award and in turn presented it to the daughters of longtime ESPN anchor the late Stuart Scott.


When's the fantasy football draft?

ESPN Fantasy is holed up in a room ranking every NFL player. The top 10 RBs: 1. Eddie Lacy, 2. Le'Veon Bell, 3. Jamaal Charles, 4. Adrian Peterson, 5. Marshawn Lynch, 6. Arian Foster, 7. C.J. Anderson, 8. Matt Forte, 9. DeMarco Murray, 10. LeSean McCoy.


Champions League semis continue today

Bayern Munich and Barcelona have played 8 previous matches in UEFA competitions with the German club owning a 5-1-2 advantage. They last met in Champions League in the 2013 semis and Bayern won 7-0 on aggregate.


KHL leading scorer gets NHL shot

Steve Moses set a KHL record in the 36 goals in 60 games. He now has a shot at the NHL in 2015-16 with the Predators, but ESPN's Craig Custance wonders will his success translate? All about opportunity (Insider)

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Chad Ford's 'Grade: A' mock draft

Chad Ford does his best Mel Kiper imitation and lays out the perfect pick for every team in next month's NBA draft. He loves Karl-Anthony Towns for the Wolves if they end up with the No. 1 pick. All 60 picks (Insider)

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Mayweather's pay day is astronomical

According to Forbes, Floyd Mayweather is expected to earn $178M from his Manny Pacquiao fight. That's more than Tiger Woods' previous record for an athlete in a single year, his $115M in 2008 ($125M after inflation).

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OTD: Cubs' Kerry Wood whiffs 20

On May 6, 1998, "Kid K" struck out 20 Astros in just his fifth career major league start in what is considered one of the greatest games ever pitched. He tied Roger Clemens' record for most strikeouts in a game -- and Wood was just 20 years old at the time.

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Vikings legend selling it all

What's bigger? A Hall of Fame football coach hosting a garage sale? OR, the coach deciding at 88 years old it's time to join Twitter? Either way, Bud Grant announced on Twitter he's back selling his wares. Mark your calendars

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'Island Green' wasn't tough last year

The 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass was friendly to golfers last year. The hole had the lowest scoring average of the four Par 3s on the course last year at 2.99.

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Tiger's pre-tournament fun

Woods celebrated his caddie Joe LaCava's shot at TPC Sawgrass' "Island Green." Tradition tells caddies to tee it up on No. 17 on the eve of the Players Championship.


Sport Science: Avoiding a No. 17 splash

Sure, TPC Sawgrass' "Island Green" is only 137 yards away. However, its size (30% smaller than average greens), gusting winds and pin placement -- plus good ole fashioned golfers' yips -- makes No. 17 harder than it looks.


Ginobili taking month to decide future

Manu Ginobili, 37, to La Nacion: "It is not about whether I can play. It is about how do you feel or how hard is it to set your bag to travel to each city or to play five games in a week. Or playing 85 games in 165 days. So, this is a moment of uncertainty."

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Park Posey in your lineups

Setting your fantasy lineup for today? Make sure to include Buster Posey. He has a .405 lifetime BA against Padres starter Ian Kennedy. Lineup analysis for day games

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Money motivation on PGA Tour

Since Tiger Woods' 1996 rookie season, total purse money has gone from $68.8M to $317M, ESPN's Jason Sobel writes. PGA Tour golf Pat Perez: “Anyone who says they're not playing for money is a liar.” Playing for cash

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Report: Cavs to start Tristan Thompson

Thompson will start at power forward in tonight's Game 2 and Mike Miller will move back to a reserve role. Thompson will pair with LeBron James and Timofey Mozgov in the frontcourt. Cleveland trails the Bulls in the series 1-0. (via ESPN and media reports)

Pedro reminisces on his Boston years

Three-time Cy Young winner Pedro Martinez joined SportsCenter to gush about the electricity of Fenway Park when he pitched -- and he even had some behind-the-scenes details on former teammate Manny Ramirez.


The big 3-0 for Chris Paul!

Happy 30th birthday, CP3! We can guess what he'd like -- to have his hamstring cooperate and allow him to play in Game 2 tonight against the Rockets, to take a 2-0 series lead home to L.A., to dish out, like, a million assists, etc.

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Strasburg scares fantasy owners again

Eric Karabell advises Stephen Strasburg owners not to panic over the pitcher's latest shoulder injury but says to keep an eye on Tanner Roark, just in case. Nats will win a lot (Insider)

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