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Manu finally scores in the playoffs.

After entering the game 0-of-15, Manu Ginobili gets his first points of the series with a strong move to the hoop.

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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 Rodgers in the 2005 draft.

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Astros' Altuve, Hernandez exit game after scary collision.

While tracking down a fly ball, Jose Altuve and Teoscar Hernandez collide. Altuve walks off the field, but Hernandez has to be carted off during the Astros' 4-2 win.

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Reddick stuns Kipnis by taking away a HR.

Jason Kipnis hits what he thinks is a home run to center field, but Josh Reddick leaps up at the wall to deny Kipnis in the Astros' 4-2 win.

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We The Fans

At the game or at the bar, Chicago fans are always intense.

On "We The Fans," loyal followers of the Cubs and Bears go to extremes just to see their teams play.

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NASCAR

Earnhardt Jr.: 'Don't see myself detaching from NASCAR.'

Dale Earnhardt Jr. publicly addresses his retirement from driving and explains why he doesn't want to completely leave the sport he loves.

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Peterson will be useful for the Saints.

Despite Peterson's age and history of injuries, Max Kellerman toots his horn and says the veteran RB will continue to be a valuable option as a backup for New Orleans.

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Harbaugh takes no prisoners in paintball.

During Michigan football's trip to Rome, the Wolverines made a stop for a few rounds of paintball. Like most competitions, head coach Jim Harbaugh showed he takes the game very seriously.

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NCAAF

A day with the Wolverines in Rome.

Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines make a wish in the Trevi Fountain, explore the Colosseum and take a scolding from a security guard for playing football indoors.

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Cavaliers

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Is there enough in the tank for a title run?

The Cavaliers planned on resting James far more this season but didn't, and it might come back to haunt them.

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'The Six'

Did Pedroia throw teammates under the bus?

Michael Smith and Jemele Hill discuss on SC6 the situation between Dustin Pedroia and Manny Machado from Sunday.

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