1. NBA Gamecast: Clippers vs. Grizzlies

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  2. Two Coaches with Everything to Lose

    Opposing playoff coaches Vinny Del Negro and Lionel Hollins have a lot in common. Both men have improved their clubs' winning percentage each season as coach. The last two soared over ...

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  3. Clippers at Memphis: Five Things to Watch

    At Grizzlies practice on Wednesday, Tony Allen was asked very generally what adjustments his team needed to make in Game 3...

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  4. Pacers Take Game 2 Over the Hawks, 113-98

    In theory, all Indiana has done is protect its home court. In practice, however, the Pacers have established a position of dominance in their best-of-seven first-round playoff series with the Atlanta Hawks ...

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  5. Another George, Not Paul, Contributing in NBA Playoffs Series

    George Hill sat at his locker looking like he just finished a 12 round heavyweight bout. His left hip was wrapped, his right arm was wrapped in ice. “I just can't catch a break,” Hills said as he slowly stood out of his seat...

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  6. The Pacers Bench Plays Crucial Role in Game 2 Win

    The cast that's received mixed reviews all season turned in one of its finer performances of the year Wednesday night. The bad news for the Atlanta Hawks : Not only were the Pacers starters on their game, but the bench was, too...

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  7. Players on Board with a Switched-Up Lineup

    Following Tuesday night's loss to the Cardinals , a defeat which was, at the time, the Nationals ' third in a row and eighth in 11 games, a handful of Nats players sat around in the clubhouse and vented...

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  8. Stephen Strasburg Must Get Back to Putting First-Pitch Strikes First

    The biggest single reason Stephen Strasburg lost his fourth straight start on Wednesday as the Washington Nationals fell below .500 is because he won't throw “strike one.” He can...

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  9. Davey Sticking with Espinosa Through Slump

    Through his first 16 games this season, Danny Espinosa has played crisp defense at second base and cut down his strikeouts to about half the rate he whiffed last season...

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  10. Jaguars Show Off New Uniforms

    The Jaguars made NFL history Tuesday at EverBank Field, and it had nothing do with a game or a draft pick. Unveiling new uniforms for the second time in five years, the Jaguars' latest look includes a two-tone colored helmet, a first in the league.

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  11. Jaguars Seek Cornerstone with No. 2 Pick in NFL Draft

    Needs and value. Smokescreens. Measurables. Production. Upside. Intangibles. Mock drafts. Enough already, right? Since the afternoon of Dec. 30, when the most miserable season in Jaguars history ended in Nashville, Tenn...

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  12. Top 10 Jaguars Draft Picks of All Time

    Check out the top 10 Jacksonville Jaguars draft picks of all time! Note: These are the 10 best draft picks in franchise history, regardless of where the player spent the majority of his career...

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  13. Lind Placed on Paternity List, Recall RHP Lincoln

    The TOROTNO BLUE JAYS have placed 1B/DH ADAM LIND on the paternity list and have recalled RHP BRAD LINCOLN from Buffalo of the International League (AAA)...

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  14. Bautista Heads List of Blue Jays on All-Star Ballot

    Jose Bautista will be looking to make it four in a row at this year's All-Star Game in New York. Bautista has been named to the American League All-Star team in each of the past three years, including twice being voted in as a starter by the fans...

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  15. Machado, Jones, Wieters Among 9 Orioles on AL All-Star Ballot

    Online balloting for this summer's All-Star Game began this afternoon and runs through July 4. Fans can vote at MLB .com. In-park balloting will take place at Camden Yards from May 7 through June 25...

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  16. McLouth Proving to Be a Bargain

    The Orioles woke up this morning in Oakland while I woke up in Sykesville. I'm having separation anxiety. I'm completely detached from the Orioles for the first time since Feb...

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  17. O's Righty Stinson Optioned to Triple-A Norfolk

    The Orioles optioned starter Josh Stinson to Triple-A Norfolk following Wednesday's 6-5 loss in 11 innings to Toronto , and the team is expected to add another reliever to help replenish the bullpen in advance of Thursday's series opener in Oakland ..

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  18. Shields Draws Marquee Matchup Against Verlander

    Thursday's series finale against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park is the biggest reason yet to explain why the Royals scooped some cream from their farm system last December to acquire James Shields...

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  19. Royals' Zimmer Strikes Out 11 for Rocks

    Kyle Zimmer is still trying to find his routine as a professional pitcher, and sometimes, that mission comes down to each inning and each batter...

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  20. Royals Have More Than One Worthy of ASG

    The Royals haven't had a player elected to the American League's All-Star starting lineup in a dozen years. This might be the time...

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  21. Jose Quintana Extends Scoreless Streak

    A combination of good pitching and just enough offense helped the Chicago White Sox snap their four-game losing streak...

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  22. Gillaspie Happy to See Hard Work Pay Off in Games

    Conor Gillaspie's .326 average over his first 43 at-bats stands as one of the true pleasant surprises among a slow start by the White Sox offense...

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  23. Asdrubal Cabrera Sits Out with Slight Quad Strain

    Asdrubal Cabrera missed Sunday's game in Houston after jamming his left wrist trying to break his fall down the dugout steps...

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  24. Jason Kipnis Believes He Will Start Hitting

    Jason Kipnis still believes in Jason Kipnis, the hitter. "It's frustrating, but it's going to happen," Kipnis said. "I trust myself to come out of it. I haven't lost all faith, or anything like that...

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  25. Avalanche Should Sign Matt Duchene to Contract Extension This Summer

    If Avalanche management is smart — OK, knock off the jokes, please — it will sign Matt Duchene to a long-term extension as quickly as it can this summer. For the Avs, that means June 22nd...

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