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Mayweather beats Pacquiao, remains undefeated

Floyd Mayweather turned in a vintage performance as he outboxed Manny Pacquiao in a brilliant display to win a unanimous decision in one of the biggest fights in boxing history.

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Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

Pacquiao: 'My best wasn't good enough' (1:54)

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Stephen A. Smith and Robert Flores debate Mayweather's greatness (3:19)

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Manny Pacquiao: 'I did my best'
Boxing 

"But my best wasn't good enough. ... I'm happy because 12 rounds, I fought a good fight and I thought I won but I have to review it."

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Boxing 

Mayweather to give up belts
Boxing 

The champ said in the post-fight news conference: "I think Monday I'm going to relinquish all belts. ... I made a decision in the back, I think my last fight may not be a championship fight." Earlier in the night he said he'll fight in September, then retire.

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Boxing 

Mayweather worked the head
Boxing 

Floyd Mayweather landed 72 punches to the right side of Manny Pacquiao's head -- almost as many as Pacquiao landed everywhere for the entire fight.

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Boxing 

The megafight by the numbers
Boxing 

Floyd Mayweather landed more punches than Manny Pacquiao in his unanimous decision Saturday, cruising to a comfortable victory and remaining unbeaten. How he did it

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Boxing 

Best NFL draft class?
NFL 

Five teams earned A's from Mel Kiper Jr. in their draft performances -- but he thinks the Bills did the worst in the draft, earning a lowly C. How did your team fare? Grading the draft (Insider)

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Pop: Duncan, Manu will probably return

After losing Game 7 to the Clippers, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was asked what he, Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili would do next season. Said Pop: "It's all psycho babble. I have no clue. We'll probably come back. Paycheck is pretty good."

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ICYMI: Money May quiets doubters
Boxing 

Floyd Mayweather heard the boos, and he wasn’t about to let them go. After beating Manny Pacquiao to stay undefeated, the boxer scolded the crowd by yelling variations of, “I told you!” GIF: Floyd fired up

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Boxing 

Most improved teams after draft
NFL 

Without actually seeing the team in action, it's impossible to judge which team did the best in the NFL draft -- but we can speculate anyway. Check out Todd McShay's most improved team in each division. The 8 (Insider)

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The winner, and still unbeaten champion
Boxing 

Floyd Mayweather said after the fight: "We did what we had to do tonight." The judges agreed, as he won a unanimous decision victory over Manny Pacquiao to remain unbeaten.

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Boxing 

Highlights: Mayweather beats Pacquiao
Boxing 

It wasn't as action-packed as some fans might have hoped, but Floyd Mayweather did enough to maintain his perfect record.

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Mayweather: One fight left
Boxing 

The still-undefeated champion said on the broadcast, "My last fight is in September, then it's time for me to hang it up." He also said later that he plans to relinquish his championship belts.

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Boxing 

Paul hits series-ender against Spurs
NBA 

Much was made before tip of what Game 7 could mean for Chris Paul's legacy. This shot with everything on the line was the only response CP3 needed as he ended the Spurs' season.

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Chris Paul: Shame to see Spurs done
NBA 

The respect and admiration between Paul and Tim Duncan runs deep. "I've known Tim Duncan since I was 11 years old," Paul said. "Everybody knows the Wake Forest connection ... but Tim's been like a mentor and big brother to me."

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Kentucky Derby keeps playing favorites

For the third straight year, the favorite has come out on top at the Kentucky Derby. It's the first time since the span from 1972 to 1975 that at least three consecutive favorites have won the Derby.

What's next for Derby winner?

The 2015 Preakness will take place on Saturday, May 16. Kentucky Derby winner American Pharoah will be looking for his sixth win in his past seven races.

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Super Bowl champs take in Derby, fight
NFL 

Saturday started in Louisville with the Kentucky Derby for Tom Brady and three of his pass-catchers, then the day ended in Las Vegas for Mayweather-Pacquiao. And yes, the champs were dressed for the occasion. A full day for Pats

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Jimmy Kimmel ... or Justin Bieber?
Boxing 

Manny Pacquiao poked a little fun at frequent Floyd Mayweather ring companion Justin Bieber by way of ABC's Jimmy Kimmel, who mocked the pop star's style as part of Pacquiao's ring walk. Watch the entrance

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Boxing 

Fans boo, Mayweather fires back
Boxing 

Floyd Mayweather heard the boos, and he wasn’t about to let them go. After beating Manny Pacquiao to stay undefeated, the boxer scolded the crowd by yelling variations of “I told you!” GIF: Floyd fired up

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Boxing 

Chris Paul was clutch all night
NBA 

The Clippers star PG knocked down the winning shot with a second left in Game 7, but L.A. might never have been in position to win its series against the Spurs were it not for this buzzer-beating shot from Paul at the end of the third.

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Marisnick shows he's king of the hill
MLB 

Astros OF Jake Marisnick ran up Tal's Hill to rob Logan Morrison of a hit. The distance on the fly ball was calculated at 428 feet, which would have been gone in 26 of 30 MLB ballparks. (Via ESPN Stats & Analysis)

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