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Stuart Scott Wins the Jimmy V Award for his courageous fight against cancer.
10 Hours ago
Highlight Of The Night: Chris Paul scores a game-high 34 points to power the Clippers to a 114-105 win over the Spurs and even the series at two games.
1 Hour ago
Mel Kiper Jr. discusses the two playoff teams that could get a roster boost in the first round of the NFL draft, and Todd McShay discusses whether those players will be available to pick.
Mel Kiper Jr. discusses which two players he thinks could fall in the NFL draft, and Todd McShay discusses the pivotal point where both players could drop if they're not drafted by a particular team.
33 Minutes ago
Tim Hasselbeck breaks down QB Bryce Petty's anticipation, arm strength and potential concerns at the next level.
32 Minutes ago
ESPN NFL draft Insider Todd McShay explains where QB Bryce Petty may be selected in the draft.
11 Hours ago
Six Mavs score in double figures, including Monta Ellis with 31, as Dallas beats Houston 121-109 to force a Game 5.
ESPN NFL Insider Mark Dominik explains how front-office personnel prepare for the NFL draft and discusses the possibility of a trade before Thursday night's draft.
12 Hours ago
Brian Windhorst reports the latest on Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love, who is expected to miss at least two weeks with a dislocated left shoulder.
18 Hours ago
LeBron James and Kyrie Irving combine for 51 points in Cleveland's 101-93 win over Boston, but they lose Kevin Love to a shoulder injury.
Alex Rodriguez is one home run away from tying Willie Mays after hitting his 659th career homer in the Yankees' 6-4 win over the Mets.
Alex Rodriguez talks to Buster Olney after hitting his 659th home run to help the Yankees win their series with the Mets.
2 Hours ago
Despite boasting a perfect 47-0 professional record entering his May 2 bout with Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather has turned to an old workout routine that he hasn't used in almost two decades.
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