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45mArash Markazi

Griffin: Clips don't have home-court advantage

Blake Griffin doesn't believe home court in the playoffs would be much of an advantage if Tuesday night's 110-106 loss to the Golden State Warriors is any indication.

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3hAdam Schefter

Sources: Mariota doesn't plan to attend draft

Just as Jameis Winston does not plan to attend next month's NFL draft in Chicago, neither does Marcus Mariota, per league sources. Mariota informed the league he plans to be in Hawaii among his family and the community that helped raise him

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6hTodd Archer

Romo: I would have taken pay cut for Murray

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo says he was willing to take a cut in pay from his $17 million base salary in 2015 to keep DeMarco Murray, who left to sign with the rival Eagles.

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1hDavid Purdum

Bettors putting heavy cash on Cubs in Vegas

Heading into the opening week of baseball season, more money has been bet on the Cubs to win the World Series than any other team at two of Nevada's largest sportsbooks.

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BBTN 100: Top 25 players

Who is No. 1? We concluded our countdown of the top 100 players in baseball with the top 25 and not surprisingly, Mike Trout leads the way.

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The Kris Bryant dilemma

Keith Olbermann examines the potential impact of the Cubs keeping star prospect Kris Bryant in the minor leagues to start the 2015 MLB season.

Have You Seen?

McGregor goes for the gold (0:29)

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11hKeith Law

Top 50 MLB prospects update

Keith Law updates his top MLB prospect ranks, noting what has changed and how the players have looked since his last update Jan. 29.

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Finnish announcer goes wild

Announcer Jani Säteri couldn't contain his excitement when goalie Kaapo Kähkönen scored an empty-net goal from the opposite end of the ice.

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Ovechkin scores 50th as Capitals calm Canes

Alex Ovechkin scored his NHL-leading 50th goal, reaching that mark for the sixth time and tying a team record with the 472nd of his career, and added an assist to help the Washington Capitals beat the Carolina Hurricanes 4-2 Tuesday night.

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Phil Jackson's message ridiculous

Stephen A. Smith breaks down the state of the Knicks in reaction to Phil Jackson asking season ticket holders for the team to "remain optimistic."

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Highlights: Mexico 1-0 Paraguay

A goal after just three minutes from Mexico's Eduardo Herrera would be all El Tri would need to secure a 1-0 win over Paraguay at Arrowhead Stadium.

SportsCenter Clips

Face To Face: Steph Curry (1:17)

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ESPN.com 20th Anniversary: Top 20 Athletes

ESPN.com celebrates its 20th anniversary this week. We highlight some of the top athletes who represented the pinnacle of sports from 1995-2015.

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14h

Tournament Challenge

How's your bracket? Check yours against the president, celebs and all your friends. Someone will take home $20,000. Will it be you?

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Undefeated Indiana team rooting for UK

Quinn Buckner says he and his 1976 Indiana teammates are eager to end the 39-year wait to add another member to the club: "These are young men who have a terrific opportunity to do something great. I think for me and my teammates, it's hard to pull against young people."

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Ovechkin nets 50 again

Capitals star Alex Ovechkin reached the 50-goal mark for the season Tuesday night against the Hurricanes. Since he came into the league, Ovechkin is responsible for six of the NHL's 50-goal seasons; no other player has more than two.

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J.J. Watt sings about ... hot dogs?
NFL 

The Texans star has accomplished plenty in his young career. But now he can scratch sitcom guest appearance off his to-do list. Watt appeared on FOX's "New Girl" on Tuesday night. Watt explains

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NFL 

Big league talk with 117 players

In ESPN The Magazine's MLB Preview Issue, 117 major leaguers weighed in on the best player, what they think of A-Rod's return and other topics from around league. Most players like replay, but one AL pitcher said, "For the love of God, speed it up." MLB Confidential

R. Kikuo Johnson

Steph Curry: King of top NBA plays

Spoiler alert: Stephen Curry owns the top NBA play of the night. No surprise there. But the other two plays are nothing short of amazing, including one that had Spurs coach Gregg Popovich shaking his head.

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Man has $1 million riding on MSU

Lots of fans root for the underdog, but Derek Stevens has more reason than most to pull for the Spartans. On Dec. 5, Stevens bet $20,000 on Michigan State to win it all. If the Spartans take the title, he gets a $1 million payoff. Betting big

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Griffin not happy with Clippers fans

On a night where the Staples Center crowd cheered every basket by Stephen Curry and even chanted "M-V-P" for the Warriors star, Blake Griffin was not amused. “Home court advantage is just not there for us,” Griffin said after the game. “If that’s how it feels in the playoffs it’s not looking good.” Griffin: No home-court

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Understatement of the night
NBA 

Chris Paul on Stephen Curry: "That man is tough. Obviously he has a great handle." CP3 saw that handle up close on this insane play by Curry in the Warriors win.

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NBA 

Batting around the NL's top five offenses
MLB 

Doug Glanville's surprise offensive team in the NL this season? The Cincinnati Reds, believe it or not: "They're not getting a lot of love ... but this is a deadly lineup. Hamilton starting it off, you have the acquisition of Marlon Byrd, [if] Joey Votto bounces back ... this is a lineup."

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Mariota: I'll pass on the draft
NFL 

Neither Marcus Mariota nor Jameis Winston will attend the NFL draft in Chicago. League sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter Tuesday that Mariota informed the NFL it's important to him, personally and culturally, to be in Hawaii, his home state, to celebrate the next step in his life.

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NFL 

Race for 8th in East

The Nets win over the Pacers, combined with the Heat's loss, tightened things up in the increasingly-cluttered East race for 8th, where 7th-place Miami leads 11th-place Charlotte by just 2.5 games.

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There are worse fates for the Knicks
NBA 

Phil Jackson is encouraging Knicks season ticket holders to "remain optimistic," but one can understand why that might be growing more and more difficult. The good news for New York fans: The Knicks probably can't go much lower.

NBA 

No Green, no problem for Warriors
NBA 

Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson combined to score 52 points in the Warriors' 110-106 win over the Clippers. The Clippers blew a 17-point lead despite 40 points, 12 rebounds and 5 assists from Blake Griffin and the Warriors resting Draymond Green.

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NBA 

Blake benefits from no Draymond

Draymond Green didn't play Tuesday, which allowed Blake Griffin to post his second 40-point game of the season. Griffin was held to 30-percent shooting (6-of-20) when guarded by Green in his first two games against the Warriors this season.

Djokovic avoids upset in Miami
Tennis 

Novak Djokovic dropped the first set and struggled in the second, but was great late in advancing at the Miami Open, joining fellow top seeds Andy Murray and Kei Nishikori in the quarterfinals.

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Tennis 

Ethan Strauss @SherwoodStrauss

The Warriors had 2 losses in March, one on a Jarrett Jack game winner, the other in a game where they rested nearly the whole team

Final: Warriors 110, Clippers 106

The Dubs ran their streak to a league-best 10 games while stopping the Clippers' streak at 7, despite Blake Griffin's 40 points and 12 boards. Golden State starters Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and David Lee combined to score 69, as the Warriors rallied from behind in the fourth at Staples to outscore the Clippers 28-18 in the frame. Box score

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J.A. Adande @jadande

Curious how Doc handles the game in Portland tomorrow. He went all in w/starters' minutes tonight, & now they'll need W tomorrow even more