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Green, Warriors lock down on Pelicans

New Orleans started Game 2 hot. But with Draymond Green leading the way, Golden State shut the Pelicans down for a 2-0 series lead.

11hBaxter Holmes

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.

5hJesse Rogers

Pittsburgh fan 'alert' after foul ball strikes head

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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11hKatie Strang

NY police look into vandalism of Caps fans' car

The Nassau County Police Department is looking into a reported vandalism incident stemming from Sunday's game between the New York Islanders and Washington Capitals.

Monday's MLB highlights

Bryant powers Cubs past Pirates (1:55)

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14hChad Ford

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.

SportsCenter Clips

Breaking down Wild's Game 3 win (0:47)


Have You Seen?

NBA top 3 plays of the night (0:52)



Reds' Price unleashes tirade on reporters

Reds manager Bryan Price lashed out in front of a group of 10 media members, reportedly using the F-word 77 times and 10 variants of other vulgarities in a 5 1/2-minute rant focused on recently published roster information. Price goes off

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Mark Mulder @markmulder20

Whether you think it's right or wrong I love when managers go off and tell the truth!!! Well done Bryan Price.

Mayweather: I'm the best ever ... period

"No one can ever brainwash me to make me believe that Sugar Ray Robinson and Muhammad Ali was better than me. ... But one thing I will do: I'm going to take my hat off to those guys and respect those guys because those are the guys that paved the way for me."


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 and to the hospital.


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.


Postseason brings out Rose's best

Bulls guard Derrick Rose expressed his love for the playoffs after a Game 2 win over the Bucks. And did Rose's confidence in his health grow after playing 38 minutes? "38 minutes? I didn't even notice, so that's a good sign."


The greatest miss you'll ever see

Stephen Curry's pregame warm-up involves shooting from everywhere in the building. Yes, literally everywhere -- including a full-court heave from the opposite tunnel that will leave you shaking your head. Maybe next time, Steph!


Melrose: 'I'm worried about St. Louis'

"St. Louis has to do some soul searching," Barry Melrose said after the Blues' Game 3 loss. "They got to get a team meeting or something and decide if they're going to play hard and finish this series tough or they're just going to mail it in and finish in five games."


Iglesias makes cross-body throw

Tigers SS Jose Iglesias turned what should have been an infield single for Brett Gardner into an incredible snag and throw to get the out at first.


White Sox rally for walk-off win

Melky Cabrera's RBI single capped a thrilling four-run, come-from-behind win against the visiting Twins, who lost 4-3 for their second straight defeat.


Bryant comes through when it counts

Kris Bryant struggled in his first game in the majors, but the rookie has been strong since. Bryant is 4-for-7 with runners in scoring position and 2-for-3 with 2 outs and RISP, and he had 3 RBIs in the Cubs' 5-2 win over the Pirates. Box score


Cubs to call up top prospect SS Russell

Days after the Cubs brought Kris Bryant to the majors, No. 1 Cubs SS prospect Addison Russell will be called up. Russell can play shortstop and second base, where the Cubs have struggled, with a .146 batting average.

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Buckeyes presidential for a day
College Football 

One perk of winning the national championship: getting to meet the president of the United States. The Ohio State football team received this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity on Monday.

College Football 

Young fan's unique wedding wish
College Football 

Shortly after a bride and groom said their "I dos" and sealed their marriage with a kiss, an enthusiastic Alabama fan shouted "Roll Tide," much to the delight of the friends and family in attendance.

College Football 

Wilson merchandise again tops among NFL

For a second straight year, no NFL player was more popular on NFL merchandise last year than Seahawks QB Russell Wilson, according to a list released today by NFL Players Inc. Broncos QB Peyton Manning finished second in sales. See top 10

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Next chapter in Manning vs. Brady

Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will meet for the 17th time (including playoffs) this season. Brady is 11-5 in the previous matchups. The 2015 regular-season schedule will be released Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.

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Jets-Dolphins highlight London slate

For the first time, a divisional game will be played in London when the Jets and Dolphins meet. Two other games will be played in London, all at 9:30 a.m. ET. The 2015 regular-season schedule will be released Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.

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Bucs GM: 'Biggest draft' in team history

"It's huge," Jason Licht said. "We've got a real chance to really put us over the top and get us to the level that we think we're going to be at this year, which we think is competing for a championship."

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.”


Desisa, Rotich win Boston Marathon

Ethopia's Lelisa Desisa (2:09:17) and Kenya's Caroline Rotich ( 2:24:55) took home the Boston Marathon's men's and women's titles on a rainy Marathon Monday and collected $150,000 each. It's the second win for Desisa, who donated his 2013 medal to the people of Boston.

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Desisa: I'm taking medal home this time

After the 2013 Boston bombings, Lelisa Desisa donated his winner's medal to the Boston Athletic Association as a tribute to the victims of the tragedy. When asked about his plans for this year's hardware, Desisa said, "This medal is, I think, for me."

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Athletics power past Angels

Stephen Vogt's fourth HR this season -- a 3-run shot -- helped lift the A's past the Angels 6-3.