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Browns

NFL

McShay considers Trubisky at No. 1 to be a mistake.

ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay says the Browns are taking too big a reach if they take QB Mitchell Trubisky with the No. 1 pick.

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Spurs

NBA

Popovich: Eventually somebody has to win on the road.

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich speaks on the difficulties of winning on the road, the matchup between brothers Pau and Marc Gasol and the benefit of adding David Lee to the starting lineup.

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Wizards

NBA

Wizards

NBA

Stephen A.: Wizards can give Cavaliers a challenge.

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman analyze Washington's series against Atlanta and discuss whether the team has enough to test Cleveland.

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49ers

NFL

49ers

NFL

49ers open to potentially trading down.

Field Yates says San Francisco is "open for business" if another team wants to move up to draft a quarterback.

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Ravens

NFL

Ravens fan excited to announce team's pick.

Make-A-Wish recipient TJ Onwuanibe talks to Kevin Negandhi about finding out that he would be announcing the Ravens' first-round draft pick.

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Michigan

College Football

Michigan

NCAAF

Wolverines in Vatican City.

The team paid a visit to the pope and presented him with a gift from Ann Arbor.

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MLB

Celtics

NBA

NBA

Boston pulls away late, wins Game 5.

Isaiah Thomas scores 24 points and Al Horford adds 21 as the Celtics outlast the Bulls.

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Raiders

NFL

NFL

Herm likes Marshawn with Raiders.

Field Yates breaks down the timing of the Marshawn Lynch deal, while Herm Edwards explains what Lynch can bring to Oakland.

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