The ESPN Daily: Your team's biggest draft day trade

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Fateful moves ... Quick, pretend your team has made a huge deal on draft day, trading away either a bunch of picks or a huge name. Feeling nervous? We wouldn't blame you: If it doesn't work out, you're either trading away your team's future or its present. For good or for ill, we've listed the most impactful draft day trades for all 32 franchises -- and yes, Eli Manning is on there for both the Giants and Chargers. Read More


The latest draft buzz ... Draft week is here, and Todd McShay has the inside scoop on all the top prospects and picks. Curious about who your team is planning on taking in the first round? McShay has you covered over on ESPN+, leading off with how likely the Arizona Cardinals are to take Kyler Murray with the No. 1 pick. Read More

Khalil Mack or 20 new players? ... The Raiders' decision to trade Khalil Mack was, let's say, controversial, especially when Mack rampaged through pretty much any offensive lineman he came up against with the Bears. Considering Oakland's offseason haul, losing Mack doesn't seem like nearly as big a deal as it did in 2018. Whether their plan ends up working, however, remains to be seen. Read More

What's up with David Beckham's team? ... And no, we're not talking about teams David Beckham has played for in the past. We're talking about Inter Miami CF, the MLS squad Beckham co-owns that will be looking to make its debut in 2020. Can a soccer team succeed in Miami, especially if it'll be playing its first two seasons in Fort Lauderdale? Beckham has his work cut out for him. Read More


Kobe in "Detail" on Kyrie Kyrie Irving put on a basketball master class in the first round of the playoffs, so it's only appropriate that he's the subject of Kobe Bryant's latest "Detail" on ESPN+. Check out just what Mamba has to say about Uncle Drew right here. Watch


Giannis adjusts in mid-air for and-1 bucket

Andre Drummond is no match for Giannis Antetokounmpo in the paint as he shows off the hang time for a tough finish.


"You don't just become the third-seed luckily, especially two times in a row."
--Damian Lillard, on the Trail Blazers. Read More


On this date in 1977, a child was born, of which we know only two things. First, for some strange reason, no one could see him. Second, his name was JOHN CENA.


Marlins at Indians (6:10 p.m. ET, ESPN+): Both of these teams are having difficulty actually hitting the ball, with both teams putting up anemic .215 batting averages. One notable exception: Cleveland first baseman Carlos Santana, who's second in the AL with a .379 mark. Only one home run, though, which puts him in the unusual position of having an OBP higher than his SLG.

Magic at Raptors (7 p.m. ET, NBATV), Nets at 76ers (8 p.m. ET, TNT), Spurs at Nuggets (9:30 p.m. ET, NBATV), Thunder at Trail Blazers (10:30 p.m. ET, TNT): Three of these series could end tonight, with the Spurs and Nuggets the only one that has a guaranteed Game 6. The Magic, Nets and Thunder will have uphill battles to keep their seasons going -- they've got to win difficult Game 5s on the road against energized opponents. Not an enviable position to be in.

Maple Leafs at Bruins (7 p.m. ET, NBCSN), Golden Knights at Sharks (10 p.m. ET, NBCSN): We've got not one, but TWO Game 7s in the NHL playoffs tonight. The Maple Leafs and Bruins have matched up blow for blow in their series, while the Golden Knights are trying to engineer a 3-1 comeback against the Sharks. Exciting!