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Draymond Green extends his leg and catches Andre Roberson in the face in the fourth quarter of the Warriors' Game 5 win.
Led by Steph Curry's 31 points, the Warriors put the past two games behind them and pull out a 120-111 win against the Thunder to return the series to Oklahoma City for Game 6.
9 Hours ago
Jairam Hathwar and Nihar Janga are crowned co-champions of the 2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee and not only does Nihar leave Jairam hanging for a celebratory high-five, he also does he best Dez Bryant celebration.
8 Hours ago
When you clap in the face of your opponent at the Spelling Bee for spelling a word wrong and spell the clinching word wrong, you better spell the winning word correctly.
10 Hours ago
Hitless on the season against the Cardinals, Bryce Harper takes a 1-1 pitch and smashes it off of the third deck in right field for a 437-foot home run.
Stephen A. Smith says Steph Curry's emergence in Game 5, scoring 30 points for the first time in the Western Conference finals, shows that Golden State won't go down without a fight.
With their backs against the wall, the Warriors got back on track in Game 5, with Steph Curry scoring 31 points and Golden State topping Oklahoma City 120-111.
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Scott Van Pelt provides his take on the inside job at Baylor that led to the football program operating above the law, but praises the school for taking the difficult look in the mirror to fix the problem.
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Marc Stein explains how Rockets owner Les Alexander was the driving force behind bringing in Mike D'Antoni as the team's new coach.
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ESPN college football insider Brett McMurphy explains how an independent report detailing Baylor's response to sexual assaults of students ultimately led to the dismissal of football coach Art Briles.
ESPN's Chris Fowler breaks down how Art Briles' dismissal will affect Baylor football and whether the school should go outside the program to find its next coach.
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