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Kawhi stuffs LeBron's shot.

LeBron James tries to muscle his way to the basket for a layup, but Kawhi Leonard denies his attempt with a blocked shot.

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NBA

Westbrook erases OKC's deficit for the win.

Relive the final minutes of OKC's 13-point rally, led by Russell Westbrook, for a one-point victory over Dallas.

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Russell Westbrook's historic season, in one chart.

The Thunder star will likely become the first NBA player since Oscar Robertson to average a triple-double. We mapped out every point, rebound and assist in his remarkable year.

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'THE SIX'

Jemele Hill: Raiders' move to Vegas is 'disgraceful'

On SC6, Jemele Hill discusses why the Raiders' move to Las Vegas is a disgrace to the city of Oakland.

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Lonzo not feeling pressure from LaVar's comments.

The father and son join First Take to talk about the Ball family's future at UCLA and whether LaVar's comments have affected Lonzo on the court.

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Kobe doesn't have answers for Lakers' problems.

Kobe Bryant reminds Max Kellerman that he doesn't work for the Lakers when probed about how to fix the team's issues.

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MLB

Who is baseball's best young shortstop?

Baseball's brightest young shortstops share which of their counterparts they most enjoy watching.

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Kaepernick's Free Agency

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Power-play goals push Sabres past Panthers.

Ryan O'Reilly and Brian Gionta each strike on a power play to help the Sabres secure a win.

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Schwartz, Tarasenko goals lead to Blues' victory.

Jaden Schwartz and Vladimir Tarasenko each score in the third period to seal the win for St. Louis.

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Boston Marathon

SC Featured: Legacy of 261.

Fifty years ago, Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon. Her bib number, 261, is now a source of inspiration for women around the world.

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The night Jordan dropped 55 points at MSG.

Michael Jordan posted the famous "double-nickel" performance in his fifth game back from retirement in 1995, dropping 55 points in a win over the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

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World Cup Qualifying

USMNT vs. Panama: 10 p.m. ET on Tuesday

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How will the U.S. line up against Panama?

Former U.S. international Herculez Gomez chooses his starting XI for the USMNT's World Cup qualifier against Panama.

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MMA and boxing worlds collide in sparring session.

Two of the best pound-for-pound fighters in their own sports, former UFC bantamweight champ T.J. Dillashaw and junior lightweight titlist Vasyl Lomachenko, square off in a sparring session and discuss who would win a Mayweather-McGregor fight.

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On This Date: March 28, 1992

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  • From Hill to Laettner, 25 years later

    Christian Laettner's '92 game-winner to beat Kentucky, in arguably the greatest college game of all time, is impossible to forget. There's never been a more clutch shot in NCAA tournament history. All these years later, an oral history with all involved.

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