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Blazers had anti-Spanish-players sign for Gm 1

The Trail Blazers had a laminated card in their locker room at the FedExForum on Sunday that included the phrase "We don't lose to Spanish players" before their game against the Grizzlies.

29mJesse Rogers

Fan taken off by stretcher after foul ball at PNC

An injury to a fan hit by a foul ball at PNC Park caused a 23-minute delay in the second inning of a game between the Cubs and Pirates as a woman behind home plate was taken off on a stretcher.

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Why We Love Sports Today: 78-year-old Warriors fans (2:57)

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Ford: NBA Draft Big Board 8.3

With so many players recently opting in or out of the draft, Chad Ford offers an updated Big Board.

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Curry barely misses from tunnel (0:12)



Rivers works out despite trade rumors

ESPN Chargers reporter Eric Williams: "In an ideal scenario, the team would like to sign [Philip] Rivers to a long-term contract. … They know he’s an elite quarterback. They know they can win with him. … I think the one issue is they just don’t know if they can get him locked up long-term.”


Tom Haberstroh @tomhaberstroh

Kings owner Vivek Ranadive catching some playoff action, sitting courtside tonight across the Warriors bench. He is not wearing yellow.

Bryant powers Cubs past Pirates

Kris Bryant went 3-for-4 and drove in three runs to carry the Cubs in a 5-2 win over the Pirates.


Davis sits, Warriors storm back

New Orleans might be in trouble in this series when its star player takes a rest. The Warriors opened the second quarter on an 11-4 run thanks to Marreese Speights and Leandro Barbosa, and the Pelicans lead has narrowed to just a couple possessions. Follow live


Final: White Sox 4, Indians 3

Trailing by three runs with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning, seven straight White Sox reached safely as Melky Cabrera hit the walk-off single to bring home the come-from-behind win in Chicago, leaving the Indians stunned with a second straight loss. Box score

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Pelicans jump out to 11-point lead over Warriors. They scored more than twice as many 1st-quarter points tonight (28) as they did in G1 (13)

Anthony Davis is on a mission

The stats are astounding: 10 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals and an assist for The Brow in the first 12 minutes. But those numbers don't capture just how omnipresent Davis was in the period. The Warriors will see him in their nightmares, and the Pelicans lead 28-17 headed to the second. Follow live


Fan struck in head by foul ball

The Baseball Tonight crew discusses fan safety after a fan finding her seat with her back to the field of play was hit in the head through the netting at the Cubs-Pirates game. The Pirates said the fan was alert when she was stretchered out.


Craig Custance @CraigCustance

Another 1-goal lead heading into the 3rd period for Jets. Ducks led regular season (& now playoffs) in wins when trailing after 2 periods.

End of 2nd: Jets 4, Ducks 3

Back and forth we go in Winnipeg. Bryan Little scored late in the 2nd to cap a wild 5-goal outburst and give the Jets a 1-goal cushion entering the final period. The Ducks lead the series 2-0. Follow live


Warriors off and running

Golden State mustered just 18 transition points in Game 1 against the Pelicans. With the Oracle faithful at full volume, the Warriors have cranked up the pace and tallied 11 points on the break in the first 8 minutes of play. Follow live

Bulls take decisive lead on back of Butler

Jimmy Butler set a playoff career high for the second straight game, and Derrick Rose scored all 15 of his points in the second half to help the Bulls seize a 2-0 series advantage over the Bucks.


Butler goes forth and conquers fourth

Milwaukee took a 3-point lead early in the 4th quarter thanks to their bench. But when the starters checked back in, Jimmy Butler took over.


Hall of Fame OT St. Clair dies at 84

Bob St. Clair, who played all 11 of his NFL seasons with the 49ers and made 5 Pro Bowls, died today. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1990 and had his No. 79 retired by the Niners in 2001.