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Is it greatness or is it magic? It's Year 15 of LeBron

LeBron James has made a habit of dominating playoff games at home, and Game 6 was no exception with the Cavaliers facing elimination.

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Stephen A. wants to see Celtics in Finals

Stephen A. Smith says that he doesn't want to see LeBron James and this Cavs team in the NBA Finals because it won't be a competitive matchup.

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LeBron drops 46 points in 46 minutes

LeBron James comes up huge in another elimination game, sitting just once to fuel the Cavs to a Game 6 victory.

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LeBron drills two stepback 3s over Tatum late

LeBron James takes Jayson Tatum one-on-one twice in a row late in Game 6.

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Love heads to locker room after collision with Tatum

Kevin Love goes to the locker room in the first quarter of Game 6 after colliding with Jayson Tatum.

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LeBron puts Cavs on his back to force Game 7

LeBron James drops 46 points in 46 minutes as the Cavs stave off elimination.

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LeBron calls Game 7: 'Just basketball'

LeBron James is very calm when looking ahead to an epic Game 7 in Boston.

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Brown after Game 6: 'We were right there'

Jaylen Brown talks about how close Boston is to getting over "the hump" and winning on the road.

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Hill says LeBron's play is 'remarkable'

George Hill details LeBron James' greatness and talks about the mindset heading into Game 7.

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LeBron: 'I wasn't coming out'

LeBron James says he didn't see Larry Nance Jr. crash into his leg and felt pain but wasn't considering leaving the game.

1:17

LeBron's 2018 Game 6 déjà vu to 2012 performance

LeBron James's 46-point performance to force Game 7 is reminiscent of the 2012 ECF when he scored 45 points, also against the Celtics.

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LeBron appreciates reporter acknowledging his clutch gene

LeBron James shares how he learned to handle clutch situations over his career.

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LeBron's son mesmerized by his performance in Game 6

LeBron James shares a cool moment with his son after an epic outing in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals.

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Hill 'for sure' finding a Chipotle in Boston

George Hill says that it may sound "funny" but before Game 7 he needs to find a Chipotle Mexican Grill and eat barbacoa.

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LeBron, Cavs force Game 7

LeBron James scores 46 points in a near triple-double as the Cavs defeat the Celtics 109-99 to avoid elimination.

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Lue on LeBron: 'Greatness. Championship pedigree'

Ty Lue says that LeBron James "carried us home" especially with Kevin Love out early and adds that he expected nothing less from the Cavs' star.

1:28

Stevens on Game 7: 'It's win or go home'

Brad Stevens says that "it's an absolute blast" to prepare for Game 7, especially up against a "tremendous individual player" in LeBron James.

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LeBron shines with his back against the wall

Paul Pierce loves what he saw from LeBron James and the key performances the Cavs got from their role players.

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Burke: LeBron's greatness continues to leave us in awe

Doris Burke calls herself lucky to witness LeBron James play so well in the playoffs and discusses the role players that need to step up in Game 7.

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Ramos is Madrid's ultimate big-game player

Sergio Ramos gets criticised a lot for his red cards in La Liga, but when it comes to big games in Europe, he's Mr. Clutch.

Which set of attacking forces will win the Champions League?

Real Madrid vs. Liverpool will be a tale of two strike trios as the "BBC" goes up against Salah, Firmino and Mane. It's a study in contrasts.

Marcotti: Madrid's 'symphony' gives them the edge

Gab Marcotti joins Dan Thomas on SportsCenter and believes Real Madrid's individual brilliance will see them past Liverpool in Kiev.

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Why Real Madrid could prove too much for Liverpool

On the eve of the Champions League final, Gab Marcotti and Stewart Robson explain why Real Madrid are likely to win their third straight UCL title.

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Can Liverpool adjust their system in UCL final?

Gab Marcotti and Stewart Robson examine Liverpool's tactics and whether Jurgen Klopp can adjust mid-match against Real Madrid.

1:36

Why UEFA chose Kiev as a UCL final venue

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti sits down exclusively with UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin, who defends the process for selecting a UCL final host city.

2:32

Dua Lipa, inside Real Madrid's plane and Lyon win the Champions League

Real Madrid and Liverpool board their planes to Kiev as ESPN build up to the UEFA Champions League final.

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'Liverpool are on a different level to British clubs'

Liverpool fans at John Lennon airport gave their score predictions as they prepared to fly to Kiev to watch their team in the Champions League final.

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"If Klopp doesn't win we should sack him" Taxi Talk

We speak to Liverpool and Madrid taxi drivers about the Champions League final, Salah vs Ronaldo and score predictions.

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Wijnaldum: UCL glory wouldn't replace World Cup heartache

Liverpool's Georginio Wijnaldum tells ESPN how winning the Champions League would not make up for Holland not being at the World Cup.

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UCL Predictor: Who will 'lift' the trophy?

ESPN FC's Dan Thomas and Stewart Robson head to Hydropark in Kiev to put their innovative way of predicting the Champions League winner to the test.

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Liverpool depart for Kiev

Jurgen Klopp and his Liverpool team departed John Lennon airport as they head to Kiev for the Champions League Final.

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Salah: I aim to be consistent like Messi and Ronaldo

Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah is looking forward to facing Cristiano Ronaldo in the UEFA Champions League final with Real Madrid on Saturday.

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Cafu delivers Champions League trophy to Kiev

2007 Uefa Champions League winner Cafu has paraded the trophy in Kiev ahead of the final on Saturday.

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Man Utd fan McIlroy admits he wants Liverpool to win Champions League

Irish golf star and Manchester United fan Rory McIlroy hopes arch rivals Liverpool will win the UEFA Champions League final against Real Madrid on Saturday.

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Wijnaldum: Salah can match Messi and Ronaldo

Liverpool's Georginio Wijnaldum insists Mo Salah must replicate his form for many years to be mentioned with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

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Friday's Top Moments

Brewers walk it off on walk in 10th inning

Travis Shaw's bat doesn't leave his shoulder, as AJ Ramos walks him on five pitches, as Milwaukee wins in the 10th inning 4-3.

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Judge's arm is on fire in Friday's win

Aaron Judge's throw to home plate is on the money to gun down Kole Calhoun. He follows it up with a laser to rob Masrtin Maldonado of a double.

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Betts' long ball pads Boston's lead

Mookie Betts launches his 17th home run of the season out to left field to extend Boston's lead in the seventh inning.

0:25

Torres homers for the fourth straight game

Gleyber Torres becomes the youngest player in AL history to homer in four straight games, putting the Yankees' up 2-1.

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Castellanos the hero in Tigers' win

Jose Abreu isn't able to field the ball as Nicholas Castellanos takes off for the go-ahead run on Jeimer Candelario's single to shallow right.

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