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Raiders

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Psychological boost for the Raiders with Beast Mode.

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman both agree that Lynch's future with the Raiders adds to Oakland's mystique.

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Celtics

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Celtics

NBA

Thomas playing bigger than his size.

At just 5-foot-9, the Celtics star has battled against 7-footers and come out victorious. His ability to get to the basket and finish has helped him become an elite scorer.

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NBA

NBA

Westbrook can't save Thunder from elimination.

Russell Westbrook nets 47 points and puts the Thunder on his back in Game 5. But despite his efforts, he and OKC see their season come to an end in Houston.

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Clippers

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NBA

Chris Paul gets testy with reporter.

When asked by a reporter if the Clippers will be back in Los Angeles for Game 7, Chris Paul wants none of it.

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Thunder

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Thunder

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Westbrook's season was must-see every night.

With Russell Westbrook's season coming to an end, relive his epic 2016-17 season with moments and stats for the history books.

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Michigan

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Michigan

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Michigan pays visit to Pope.

Marty Smith reports on Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan football team having the opportunity to spend time with the Pope while on their trip abroad.

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Blue Jays

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MLB

Coghlan's incredible leap over Molina.

Chris Coghlan races home and dives over Yadier Molina to score in the Blue Jays' win.

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Brewers

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Brewers

MLB

Eric Thames crushes in epic April.

Experience Thames' major league-leading 11 home runs this month as he continues his surprising start to the season.

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Brewers

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Thames has no problem being tested.

After hitting his 11th home run of the month, Eric Thames responds to those who think he may be taking performance-enhancing drugs.

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Packers

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NFL

The truth behind the draft-day fall.

ESPN Packers reporter Rob Demovsky explains why the 49ers and Buccaneers passed on Aaron Rodgers in the 2005 draft.

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Heat

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Heat

NBA

Pat Riley and the breakup of the Big Three.

For Pat Riley, the frustrations of the 2016-17 season have their root in the summer of 2014.

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Pat Riley's endgame

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  • Pat Riley's Final Test

    This was the NBA legend's most difficult season in 50 years. So why, after nine championships, doesn't he just walk away? If only it were that easy.

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