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White Sox-Orioles postponed for safety concerns

The Baltimore Orioles' home game against the Chicago White Sox was postponed Monday night because of safety concerns after riots broke out near Camden Yards following the funeral of Freddie Gray.

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UFC champ Jones agrees to turn himself in

UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is facing a felony charge in connection to a hit-and-run incident that he was allegedly involved in Sunday morning in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Gruden: My favorite players in 2015 NFL draft

Jon Gruden thinks Marcus Mariota should be No. 1 on Mel Kiper's board, Bud Dupree is a top-10 player and Amari Cooper is a lot like Tim Brown. Here are his 15 favorite 2015 draft prospects.

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Is Michael Andrew the next Michael Phelps?

In ESPN The Magazine's Fight for Perfection issue, Robert Sanchez writes about Michael Andrew, the controversial 16-year-old swimming sensation who is being groomed to be the next Michael Phelps.

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Bulls back in the game

The Bucks started Game 5 on a 9-0 run, but since coach Tom Thibodeau called a timeout with 7:58 left in the first quarter, the Bulls have answered with a 15-4 run and lead by two with less than 3 minutes remaining. Follow live

UCLA LB rocks the vote!
College Football 

Student Danny Siegel risked his student government candidacy. He went across the middle and took a hit from Bruins' Myles Jack, who said: "If this guy can take a hit from me, he can definitely be your Gen Rep." Rep rocked!

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Isles fortunate to escape 1st tied. Jason Chimera who has had a strong series with great chance at side of the net in last two minutes.

Islanders, Capitals scoreless after 1st

Washington outshot New York 10-3 in the first, but Alex Ovechkin & Co. have nothing to show for it on the scoreboard in this win-or-go-home Game 7.

Quick start for Tigers

Jose Iglesias, Detroit's No. 2 hitter, took Minnesota's Tommy Milone deep to left for a solo HR in the top of the 1st. It was Iglesias' 1st HR since Sept. 8, 2013. Detroit still leads 1-0. Follow live

Bucks hot, Bulls not

The Bucks opened the game on a 9-2 run to start Game 5, while the Bulls missed their first eight shots. Khris Middleton has 5 points, and Michael Carter-Williams has 4.

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Stamkos left wide open in front of net. Had trouble getting good shot off. Went for extra whack after whistle and a scrum ensues

Brandon McCarthy has torn right UCL

The right-hander was placed on the DL and will miss the rest of the season after signing a 4-year, $48M deal this past December. McCarthy, 31, was 3-0 despite a 5.87 ERA in 4 starts this season.

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Hawks turn around turnovers

The Hawks trailed by a game-high 8 points when they called a timeout with 10:34 left in the first half. Before the timeout, Atlanta committed 8 turnovers (12 points allowed off TO). The Hawks committed 1 TO (0 points off TO) the rest of the 2nd quarter and now lead by 6 at the break. Follow live

Panda punishing Blue Jays

Pablo Sandoval followed his 2-run single in the 1st with a solo HR to right field in the 4th, He's driven in all 3 of Boston's runs, but the Red Sox still trail Toronto 5-3 entering the 5th. Follow live

Lightning up 2-0 to start 2nd period
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Entering tonight, Petr Mrazek had stopped 73 of the Lightning's last 76 shots. But things haven't gone as well for the goaltender in Game 6. Tyler Johnson and Jason Garrison each beat Mrazek and Tampa Bay has 2 goals on 7 shots. Follow live

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Hawks get it done from deep in first half

Atlanta is 9-of-16 from 3-point range so far, and the Hawks lead the Nets 51-45 at the break. Deron Williams is finally breaking out, however, as he has 13 points to lead the Nets. Follow live

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Game 5: Bucks-Bulls, 8 p.m. ET
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Fresh off their buzzer-beater in Game 4, the Bucks look to stave off elimination on the road. Meanwhile, Chicago (3-1 series lead) hopes the 26-turnover disaster that allowed Jerryd Bayless' game-winner Saturday is history. Follow live

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Atlanta's Junkyard Dog doing it all

DeMarre Carroll just had a bit of a moment in Game 4 between the Hawks and Nets. He knocked down two triples, grabbed an offensive board on the next possession, then assisted Mike Scott's triple on a third trip down, and the Hawks are back in front. Follow live

Jays' Travis hits 6th home run

Toronto 2B Devon Travis hit a solo shot in the top of the 3rd vs. the Red Sox, giving him 6 on the season. That's the 3rd-most in the AL and just 1 shy of the entire total of Toronto's second basemen last season. Follow live