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Thursday's longest home runs

Marcell Ozuna gave the Marlins their only run against the Cubs with a booming blast, while Erik Gonzalez's second homer of the season reached the same distance as home runs from two better-known sluggers.

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5hCorey Pronman

Final 2017 NHL mock draft

Who will the Devils take first overall? Who will be the first draft pick in Vegas Golden Knights history? Get those questions answered and many more in our final projection of the first 31 picks of the 2017 NHL draft.

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Wild nights, sights from NBA Prom

On draft night in New York City, the Barclays Center becomes a runway for prospects and families in tow who entertain in all the glitz that comes with the NBA spotlight.

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Lakers GM: Trade gives us shot at 2 stars in '18

Lakers GM Rob Pelinka said the team's recent trade with the Brooklyn Nets was "the perfect storm for us," saying the resulting salary-cap relief will give the team a shot at signing two max-salary players in the summer of 2018.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Undrafted rookie P.J. Dozier out of South Carolina has agreed to a free-agent deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, league sources tell ESPN.

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Pelinka proud to make Lonzo Ball's dreams come true (1:54)
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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Lawrence Frank on DeAndre Jordan: "We love D.J. D.J. is going to be here for a long, long time as far as we're concerned."

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka said there are three reasons why they traded D'Angelo Russell to the Brooklyn Nets: 1. To get an All-Star-caliber center (Brook Lopez). 2. To clear cap space for the summer of 2018. 3. To get extra draft picks.

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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Lawrence Frank, the Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations for the Los Angeles Clippers, talks about Jerry West as West walks in on his press conference.

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Bilas sees longevity in young group of NBA draftees (1:56)

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The best sticky mat in the NBA.

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

Utah forward Kyle Kuzma, who the Lakers selected with the No. 27 overall pick, says he felt Lonzo Ball, and not Markelle Fultz, was the best player in the Pac-12.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Clippers buy two picks, No. 39 Jawun Evans and No. 48 Sindarius Thornwell. Both can make the roster and be good rotation guys.