The ESPN Daily: How to summon your Sasquatch

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Call of the Sasquatch: Bigfoot does not exist ... OR DOES HE?!? At the world's premier Sasquatch calling contest, which is not at all fake, contestants try to summon the legendary creature -- and some of them claim to have met the beast himself. David Fleming has the full story of perhaps the most bizarre competition you've ever heard of. Read More


What did Magic Johnson want? ... He had the power to remake the Lakers around LeBron James, with a title he always desired and carte blanche from a friendly owner. But in the end, writes Ramona Shelburne, Magic Johnson valued something else over all of that -- the ability to just be Magic Johnson. Read More

Quest for the green jacket ... Buckle up, y'all, it's time for the Masters. The world's best male golfers are set to tee off today and play until a champion is crowned Sunday. We have everything you need to know leading into golf's biggest tournament. Read More

A record in Jeopardy ... See what we did there? OK, so, a professional sports bettor just won the most money ever ($110,914) for a single episode of "Jeopardy!" He shattered the previous record by more than $30,000. James Holzhauer's brief run of dominance has the "Jeopardy!" community wondering if he can challenge Ken Jennings' all-time record of more than $2.5 million. Remember when Jennings' run ended against a woman named Nancy Zerg? If that happened today, the Starcraft memes would go on for weeks. Read More



How D-Wade's jersey swap took on a life of its own

From rookies to seasoned vets, Dwyane Wade explains how the phenomenon of his jersey exchange has taken an unexpected turn in his final season.


Magic's resignation shakes up the sports world

Stephen A. Smith, Adrian Wojnarowski, and other ESPN personalities give their take on Magic Johnson's surprise resignation from the Lakers front office.


"It was a dream come true to me ... he was like a big brother."
-- Lonzo Ball, on playing with LeBron James. Read More


On this date last year, Red Sox pitcher Joe Kelly hit Yankees batter Tyler Austin with a pitch. Since the two gentlemen played for franchises with a rich history of conflict (and Kelly has been clocked at throwing well over 100 mph), Austin took exception to this, and a good old-fashioned basebrawl took place. Other words that we could have used in place of basebrawl: Donnybrook! Fracas! Slugfest! Rhubarb would also work, apparently. What a weird language. Read More


Masters Round 1 coverage (3 p.m. ET, ESPN): We'll be giving you the full rundown on Day 1, including most of Justin Rose's round and the final few holes of Tiger Woods' and Rory McIlroy's opening salvos.

No. 1 Minnesota Duluth vs. No. 4 Providence (5 p.m. ET, ESPN2); No. 1 Massachusetts vs. No. 2 Denver (8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2): The Frozen Four field is set, with Minnesota Duluth looking to repeat as national champions. It'll look to kick things off against Providence, which last won a title in 2015. Later, 2017 champion Denver will take on UMass.

Vancouver Titans vs. Seoul Dynasty (10:30 p.m. ET, ESPN3): The Titans ended the Dynasty's surprising stage playoff run in decisive fashion the last time they faced off, but things have changed significantly in Overwatch League strategy. Will it be enough for the Dynasty to hand the Titans their first loss?