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Steph finds his touch as Warriors go up 2-1 in West finals

After going 3-for-11 in the first half, Steph Curry connected on all seven of his shots in an 18-point third quarter that saw Golden State run away from Houston in Game 3.

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Curry goes off in third quarter

Steph Curry breaks out of a slump in a big way by scoring 18 points in the third quarter while igniting the Oracle crowd.

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Livingston leaves Harden in the dust with filthy move

Shaun Livingston brings the ball behind his back, then accelerates by James Harden for the two-handed dunk.

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Draymond, Ariza receive double technical

Draymond Green and Trevor Ariza get into a heated exchange in the 4th quarter of Game 3.

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Riley hyped up after Steph's tough layup

Steph Curry hits a teardrop in the lane to get his daughter Riley and the Oracle crowd pumped up.

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Steph drills deep 3-pointer

Steph Curry pulls up from deep and hits it over Chris Paul in the 3rd quarter of Game 3.

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Curry shimmies after crossing up Harden for 3

In the 3rd quarter, Steph Curry drills a 3-pointer over James Harden does the shimmy.

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Looney's block sparks slick Warriors fast break

Golden State pushes the tempo after Kevon Looney's block and Klay Thompson finishes with a tough layup.

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Reaves' deflection propels Vegas to Stanley Cup Final

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Belief in each other key to Vegas' Cup run

James Neal breaks down the Golden Knights' approach through the regular and postseason while adding there's "one more series" to win.

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Vegas' Cup win would be greatest story in NHL history

Barry Melrose explains Marc-Andre Fleury's impact and how significant it would be if the expansion Golden Knights won the Stanley Cup.

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Golden Knights close out Jets in 5, head to Cup Final

Ryan Reaves scores the go-ahead goal and Marc-Andre Fleury makes 31 saves as the Golden Knights beat the Jets 2-1 to win the West.

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Golden Knights celebrate Stanley Cup Final berth

In their inaugural season, the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Winnipeg Jets in Game 5 to advance to the Stanley Cup Final.

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Hicks throws two 105 mph pitches

Cardinals rookie pitcher Jordan Hicks becomes the first player in the past 10 seasons to throw multiple 105-mph pitches in the same game.

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Ohtani shines on the mound with 9 K's

In his 7th career pitching appearance, Shohei Ohtani becomes the fastest Angels pitcher ever to record 50 strikeouts.

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Swanson's walk-off single caps Braves' comeback

Dansby Swanson hits a two-run single with 2 outs in the ninth inning that caps a six-run rally as the Braves defeat the Marlins 10-9.

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Mets' ball boy lays out for incredible grab

The ball boy for the Mets makes an impressive catch after Asdrubal Cabrera fouls one out along the third base line.

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Olney: Hitters who can't beat the heat getting left behind

With pitchers throwing harder than ever, veterans such as Paul Goldschmidt are struggling to adapt and survive at the plate.

Addison Russell stays focused as Manny Machado rumors swirl

The Cubs could take their chances with a Machado trade, but their shortstop is working on delivering a big bounce-back at the plate.

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Biggest NBA free-agency, trade and draft decisions for every team

Which decisions on key players, draft picks, trades and new contracts will be priorities for every franchise?

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NBA draft stock watch: Biggest risers and fallers at the combine

Who helped their stock the most, and what were NBA scouts saying at the combine? We break it down.

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Pulisic returns to U.S. squad to face Bolivia

Christian Pulisic will be back with the U.S. national team for the first time since World Cup qualifying when the Americans face Bolivia on May 28.

McKennie, Adams also part of U.S. core moving forward

Pulisic is the star of the latest U.S. squad, but players like Weston McKennie and Tyler Adams also form the core.

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Lionel Messi is the quietest superstar

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    Lionel Messi only seems like the least interesting man in the world. Listen closely and his silence speaks louder than most athletes' shouts.