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LeBron's performance sends Cavs back to NBA Finals.

LeBron James scored 35 points and lifted the Cavaliers to another matchup with the Warriors.

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LeBron follows up miss with hammer dunk.

LeBron James misses on a 3-point attempt, but Kyrie Irving kicks it right back to LeBron, who flies to the basket for a massive one-handed dunk.

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LeBron passes Jordan

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LeBron's 3-pointer sets record.

LeBron James knocks down a 3, in which he surpasses Michael Jordan for most career playoff points.

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Better playoff scorer: LeBron or Jordan.

LeBron James has passed Michael Jordan to claim first place on the career playoff scoring list. But both all-time greats have an argument as the greatest postseason scorer.

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Cavaliers vs. Celtics

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Kunitz's 2OT slapshot sends Penguins to Stanley Cup Final.

In double overtime, Sidney Crosby sets up Chris Kunitz, who slaps the puck into the net, sending the Penguins to the Stanley Cup Final.

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NBA finals: Cavaliers vs. Warriors

Game 1: 9 ET Thursday, ESPN

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Is Cavs-Warriors the most heated rivalry in sports today?

Revisit the bad blood between the Cavs and Warriors as they faceoff in the NBA Finals for the third straight year.

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Stephen A. wants no excuses from LeBron.

Stephen A. Smith says LeBron James needs to embrace the pressure of facing the Warriors in the Finals and doesn't buy the narrative the matchup is lopsided.

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Seahawks

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Does Seahawks' D resent Russell Wilson?

ESPN The Magazine's Seth Wickersham examines the strain in the Seahawks' locker room between the offense and the defense.

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Braves security guard takes ball from kid and ejects fan.

This security guard was not in a giving mood.

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Florida pitcher's two errors gift Alabama three runs.

Florida pitcher Kelly Barnhill airmails two straight throws to first off Alabama bunts, giving the Crimson Tide three runs and the lead.

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MLB

Did fan interfere with Bryant's homer?

Did a Cubs fan reach over the basket to rob the Giants of making a play for Kris Bryant's 11th homer of the season?

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Cubs rocking 'Anchorman' suits for road trip.

Chicago is embarking on a six-game West Coast trip in style.

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Lonzo declining Celtics workout not surprising.

Max Kellerman finds Lonzo Ball's decision to forego a workout in Boston in line with how LaVar has conducted his son's career thus far.

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Subban says he'll continue to celebrate and show emotions.

Predators defenseman P. K. Subban tells Jeremy Schaap that his celebrations are not disrespectful to the game of hockey. Watch Subban's full E:60 profile Sunday at 9 a.m ET on ESPN.

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Sunday, 11 A.M. ET on ABC

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Winning the Indy 500 is immortality.

Former winners share the emotions of the Indianapolis 500 and how a victory at the "Brickyard" can cement your legacy.

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On this date: Ali KO's Liston in first minute.

On May 25, 1965, Muhammad Ali knocked out Sonny Liston in the first round of their second fight.

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Clamoring for college football

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  • 100 reasons we can't wait for college football to come back

    How much do we miss college football? (A lot!) With 100 days until the first full week of games, it's about time to talk Nick Saban and Lane Kiffin, why Jim Harbaugh should watch "Bull Durham" and the Biggest. Opener. Ever.

Top QBs for 2018

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  • An early look at a stacked 2018 NFL quarterback class

    The 2018 NFL draft is loaded with top-tier QB talent such as USC's Sam Darnold and Wyoming's Josh Allen. Matt Bowen takes an early look at what four of the top passers have shown thus far and where they still need to improve.