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ABC's Dan Harris explains the situation in Boston, where a man was taken into custody after an unattended bag was left at the site of the Boston Marathon bombings on the one-year anniversary of the tragedy.
Oscar Pistorius' lawyers tried to roll back some of the prosecution's momentum in the runner's murder trial.
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James Harden sits down with Hannah Storm to discuss his decision to join Houston and how much money it would take to shave his beard.
Kevin Gemmell discusses the decision by USC coach Steve Sarkisian to keep Cody Kessler as the Trojans' starting quarterback.
Former Eastern Illinois QB Jimmy Garoppolo sits down with Jon Gruden to discuss how he ended up at the school, comparisons to Tony Romo and why he should be drafted.
ESPNDallas.com's Richard Durrett looks forward to the showdown between ace pitchers Yu Darvish and Felix Hernandez in Arlington.
Bruce Bowen discusses whether the Memphis Grizzlies are the most dangerous road team in the Western Conference playoffs, if the Blazers will end their playoff drought, and whether the Spurs and Thunder will meet in the conference finals.
Dan Graziano discusses free-agent RB Chris Johnson leaving the Jets' facility without getting a deal done.
Bruce Bowen discusses whether the Nets are the most dangerous team in the Eastern Conference playoffs, if the Heat are better off with the No. 2 seed, and whether Indiana and Miami will meet in the conference finals.
Dan Graziano discusses QB Eli Manning's future with the Giants and whether he will have a bounce-back season.
Bob Ley, Michele Steele and Jackie MacMullan recap the day's remembrances in Boston, including speeches from Vice President Joe Biden and former Boston mayor Thomas Menino.
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Blake Griffin scored 24 points but earned his 16th technical of the season, which will result in an automatic one-game suspension for Griffin, as the Clippers defeated the Nuggets 117-105 for their 57th victory.
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