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Protesters loot, vandalize near Camden Yards

Thousands of protesters took to the streets around Camden Yards Saturday to demand answers in the case of Freddie Gray, the largest rally since the 25-year-old black man died in police custody.

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Everest climbers among 1,800 killed in Nepal

A powerful earthquake devastated Nepal on Saturday, killing more than 1,500, collapsing modern houses and ancient temples and triggering a landslide on Mount Everest.

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NBA Top Plays

Jerryd Bayless catching Derrick Rose napping to hit the game winner is the top play in the NBA.

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Davis reflects on first trip to playoffs (2:20)

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Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

Mayweather vs. Pacquaio in 150 seconds (2:26)

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Stones gives Everton 2-0 lead
Soccer 

With 2 goals in the first half, Everton is well on its way to an upset of Manchester United. John Stones buried this header in the 35th minute for goal No. 2.

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Soccer 

Breaking down positions by every trait

Within the realm of good QBs are those who excel at accuracy, clutch play, arm strength and mobility. Sure, we know Jameis Winston is probably going to go first in the draft, but is he the best at all facets of the position? No. (Insider)

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GOAL FOR EVERTON! Stones heads home from a corner! Everton 2-0 Man United

Rose takes the blame for loss

Derrick Rose committed a critical turnover and defensive lapse in the final seconds of Chicago's Game 4 loss. He said postgame: "I put that all on me. Just wasn't paying attention to the ball. ... But if anything, this is a learning experience. ... I swear I'm built for it." Ready for next game

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NBA top plays of the night
NBA 

Bucks G Jerryd Bayless' season-saving layup with 1.3 seconds left to beat the Bulls in Game 4 earned him top play honors from Saturday's playoff games.

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NBA 

ICYMI: Blackhawks, Flames advance
NHL 

The Flames rallied from a 3-0 deficit to beat the Canucks 7-4 to advance to the second round of the playoffs. The Blackhawks came back from a 2-goal deficit twice to defeat the Predators and win that series 4-2.

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NHL 

Jefferson, Felton questionable for Mavs

Forward Richard Jefferson (calf) and guard Raymond Felton (hamstring) are questionable for Game 4 tonight against the Rockets, who lead the series 3-0.

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GOAL FOR EVERTON! McCarthy burst through the United defence to give his side an early lead! Everton 1-0 Man United

Mike Matheny: 'Don't play WebMD here'

Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright left Saturday's game with an ankle injury, and the Cards manager doesn't have a good feeling: "We can't make any absolutes, either. ... Don't play WebMD here. Get home and let the doctors figure this out."

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Steph Curry's stats standing out
NBA 

In Golden State's sweep of the Pels, Curry averaged 33.8 points and 7.3 assists per game. The only players to post averages that high in both categories in a playoff series are MJ (three times), Jerry West (twice), Tracy McGrady and LeBron James. (via Elias)

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NBA 

ICYMI: Warriors finish off sweep
NBA 

Fresh off a 40-point performance in Game 3, Stephen Curry scored 39 on Saturday to lead the Warriors to a sweep of the Pelicans. It's the first series sweep for the Warriors since the 1975 Finals -- the last time they won the title.

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NBA 

The Mets' two unbeaten pitchers

Matt Harvey joined Bartolo Colon on Saturday in starting 4-0. The only other time in franchise history the Mets had two pitchers at 4-0 or better before the 20th game was 1986, when Dwight Gooden (4-0) and Bob Ojeda (4-0) did it. (via Elias)

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BBTN's Web Gem from Saturday

Phillies SS Freddy Galvis had this diving stop with an acrobatic throw, but is it good enough to beat Rockies 3B Nolan Arenado's heads up double play at third?

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Bucks stun Bulls at buzzer
NBA 

Somehow Jerryd Bayless shook free from Derrick Rose under the basket, getting a wide-open layup to give the Bucks a Game 4 win and extend Milwaukee's season. The Bulls finished with 28 turnovers, the final one with 1.3 seconds left being the most costly.

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NBA 

An unlikely hero
NBA 

Jerryd Bayless is just the 4th player in the past 5 years to win a playoff game with a buzzer-beater. You probably know the other 3 guys pretty well.

NBA 

Lough hits a walk-off HR
MLB 

David Lough didn't even get into the game until the 8th inning (as a pinch runner), but he was the hero in the 10th, launching his 1st career walk-off HR to give Baltimore the win.

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MLB 

Protests outside Camden Yards
MLB 

Thousands of protesters took to the streets near Camden Yards in a rally for Freddie Gray, who died April 19 while in police custody. Two people were hurt and at least a dozen arrested. Fans at the game were briefly asked not to leave, due to a "public safety issue."

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MLB 

Harvey, Mets shut down Yankees
MLB 

Matt Harvey missed a complete game by one out. He had to settle for a 8.2-inning gem as the Mets got back to their winning ways. He said: "After losing the streak last night, the big thing for me was starting a new one."

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Harvey's impressive start
MLB 

Matt Harvey has struck out at least 7 batters in all 4 starts this season. He joins some incredible company among Mets pitchers to do that. Inside Harvey's domination

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MLB 

Klitschko retains title belt
Boxing 

Wladimir Klitschko earned a unanimous-decision victory over previously unbeaten Bryant Jennings to retain his heavyweight championship. Klitschko (64-3-0, 53 KO) hasn't lost since April 10, 2004.

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Olbermann: Boycott NFL draft & MayPac
Boxing 

"The choices are about where we as sports fans, where we as human beings, draw the line about domestic violence in this country."

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Boxing 

Islanders not ready to close home arena
NHL 

The Islanders played a physical brand of hockey to win what could've been the final game at Nassau Coliseum. Barry Melrose says that could serve them well as they try to win Game 7 on the road.

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