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Warriors save themselves, extend thrilling series, give NBA two Game 7s

The Splash Brothers came through for the Warriors with their season on the line, and the fun in this series shall continue for one more day.

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Hot-handed Warriors force a Game 7 with the Rockets

Stephen Curry: 'It's going to be fun. It's what you play for, to be in a situation where you're one win away from going to The Finals'

Klay rises to the occasion in elimination games

Saturday night was not the first time Klay Thompson shot lights out down 3-2 in the Western Conference finals.

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Splash Bros. pour it on in second half

Klay Thompson and Steph Curry put on a clinic in the 2nd half, draining 11 of their 14 3-pointers, and send the series back to Houston for Game 7.

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KD, Steph dodge question about '16 playoff in OKC

Kevin Durant asks "please don't go there" when a reporter starts to ask about the Thunder-Warriors series, when OKC blew a 3-2 series lead.

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Stephen A. marvels at Warriors' 3-point attack

Stephen A. Smith calls the Warriors' performance "an aerial assault the likes we have not seen in quite a while."

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Warriors use 3 ball to force Game 7

The Warriors start slow, but come alive behind the arc, sinking 16 3-pointers to send the Western Conference Finals back to Houston for Game 7.

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Swaggy P says Rodman came to him in a dream

Nick Young shares that Dennis Rodman crashed his dream and told him "you're gonna play a little defense."

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Draymond on Game 7: 'This is what you live for'

Draymond Green says in the second half the Warriors flipped a switch and played as if their lives were "on the line."

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Steph says Warriors 'woke up' in second half

Steph Curry talks about how the Warriors were able to turn things around in the second half and how they plan to approach Game 7.

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Thompson says Warriors worked too hard to go home

Klay Thompson explains how the Warriors forced a Game 7 in Houston and what they need to do to win on Monday.

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McCaw makes his return to the court

After taking a scary fall back in March, Warriors guard Patrick McCaw makes his return to the court late in Game 6 and hits a jumper.

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Warriors' lights out shooting sends series back to Houston

Klay Thompson scores 35 points and Steph Curry adds 29, combining for 14 3-pointers, to defeat the Rockets and force Game 7.

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Klay jokes 'I was born for it'

When asked about his huge Game 6 in the Western Conference finals two years ago, Klay Thompson credits hard work before making a joke.

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D'Antoni excited for Warriors in H-Town

Mike D'Antoni talks about what it means to be at home for Game 7 and CP3's status, joking he "was in pre-med" but doesn't know the specifics.

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Bell rises for filthy putback dunk

Jordan Bell soars to the rim for a putback jam in the 4th quarter of Game 6.

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Steph drills 3 in front of Houston bench

Steph Curry hits a corner 3-pointer in the midst of a 4th-quarter run from Golden State.

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Gareth Bale's unbelievable goal highlights Real Madrid's Champions League win

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Madrid cement their place in football's history books

Not since the 1970s has a club won three straight European Cups. Real Madrid's achievement is unparalleled in modern football, so where's the love?

Ramos, Real Madrid are kings of Europe again

Three in a row. Four in five years. Real Madrid are kings of Europe once again, as they lift the Champions League trophy in Kiev.

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Injured Mohamed Salah leaves match in tears

After a tangle with Sergio Ramos, an absolutely distraught Mohamed Salah is forced to come off early in his first Champions League final.

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Loris Karius' night of horror in Kiev

Relive Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius's desperate UCL final performance which handed Real Madrid their 13th European title.

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Bale: I need to be playing regularly

Real Madrid UCL final match winner Gareth Bale was disappointed not to start against Liverpool and wants to play consistently.

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Real Madrid 3-1 Liverpool: Brilliant Bale seals three in a row

Sub Gareth Bale scored a stunning overhead kick in between two howlers from Liverpool keeper Loris Karius to give Real Madrid their third UCL title in a row.

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Liverpool fans react: Karius let himself down today

Liverpool fans at Anfield react to Liverpool's Champions League final loss to Real Madrid, Mo Salah's injury and Loris Karius' goalkeeping howlers.

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Are Real Madrid indisputably the best of all time?

The FC crew assess whether Real Madrid's four UCL titles in five years make them the best team ever, despite only two La Liga titles in nine years.

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Mohamed Salah leaves stadium in sling

Mohamed Salah is seen walking through the tunnel with his left arm in a sling after Liverpool's loss in the Champions League final.

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What to make of Ronaldo's comments on his future

Steve Nicol explains why Cristiano Ronaldo should leave Real Madrid this summer as the FC crew react to his cryptic comments after the UCL final.

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Klopp: Salah injury 'very bad for Mo, Liverpool & Egypt'

Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp fears the worst for Mo Salah, who has gone to hospital for X-rays to examine his "collarbone or shoulder" injury.

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Nicol: Karius was put in a position to fail

Steve Nicol explains why Loris Karius' mistakes in the Champions League final are more Liverpool's fault than the goalkeeper's.

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Project Kiev: That goal, Real Madrid win UCL

Check out some of the sights and sounds from Kiev, Liverpool and Madrid as Gareth Bale scored twice to clinch the Champions League title for Real Madrid.

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Crestfallen Karius apologises to Liverpool fans

After making two major blunders a heartbroken Loris Karius said sorry to the Liverpool fans after the final whistle.

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Sunday's Featured E+ Games

Cavs Force Game 7

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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 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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French Open

Experts' picks: Rafa will run the table, but women's winner is up in the air

Our group of experts unanimously picked Rafael Nadal to win the French Open, but the women's winner is much more debatable.

French Open Scores

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Monaco Grand Prix

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Ricciardo sends message to Mercedes and Ferrari

Daniel Ricciardo's scintillating pole run was a reminder of why he is the hottest commodity on the F1 driver market.

Tom Brady links up with pole-sitter Ricciardo

Not many people can say they've caught a pass from Brady and claimed pole position at Monaco on the same weekend, but Ricciardo can.

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Korver thriving after tragedy

World Fame 100

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  • World Fame 2018

    To find the 100 most famous athletes in the world, we started with 600 of the biggest names in sports, drawn from 68 countries. ESPN's Sports Analytics Group then ranked them based on a proprietary formula that took into account three fame factors.

Wozniacki's unfulfilling rise

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  • When No. 1 Isn't Enough

    Caroline Wozniacki says she's never chased fame, only tennis excellence. But her search for fulfillment? That's been a longer, tougher journey.