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Hold that panic button: Cavs' role players step up to help LeBron and tie series with Pacers

The Pacers once again rallied from a double-digit deficit, but this time around the Cavs made enough plays down the stretch to hold on and even the series at 2-2.

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Cavs take Game 4 behind LeBron's big game.

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LeBron spins his way for layup.

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LeBron: 'We didn't lose our composure.'

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LeBron carries Cavs to victory.

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LeBron takes over to help Cavs even series.

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Lance vs. LeBron continues in Game 4.

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Korver's corner 3 gives Cavs lead they wouldn't relinquish.

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Stephenson, Green get into altercation.

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Stephenson ties up LeBron.

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LeBron gets T'd up for shoving Stephenson.

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Calderon's ball fake sends Bogdanovic to the floor.

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Smith beats the buzzer from far 3-point line.

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Stephenson fails to draw foul on LeBron.

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LeBron sinks floater after adjusting his shot.

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LeBron backs up Korver's miss with and-1 layup.

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Beal 'beyond mad' with calls, glad Wizards won

Wizards guard Bradley Beal said he managed to control his emotions after fouling out late in Sunday's win over Toronto that tied the series at two games apiece.

Wiz even the series with Raptors at 2-2.

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Wiz even the series with Raptors at 2-2.

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Beal says he has to 'do a better job staying out of foul trouble.'

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Wall's lefty hammer from all the angles.

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Lowry doesn't wait for final buzzer to leave court.

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Beal and Wall fuel Wizards to Game 4 win.

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Wall knocks down clutch baseline jumper.

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Beal furious after fouling out.

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Oubre glides to basket for dunk.

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DeRozan spins past Wall for layup.

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Wright stuffs Wall, Siakam dunks at other end.

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Ibaka fakes out defender for dunk.

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Oubre finds Beal for dunk.

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Spurs' victory historic for Ginobili; Parker, too

Manu Ginobili extended a benchmark he set this postseason, as the only player age 40 or older to score in double figures off the bench in the postseason. But his 132nd win with teammate Tony Parker was a first in NBA playoff history.

Aldridge, Ginobili lift Spurs to win to keep season alive

After three games of dreadful 3-point shooting, the Spurs started sinking shots, putting an end to a late Warriors run and staving off elimination.

Spurs avoid sweep, take Game 4.

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Spurs avoid sweep, take Game 4.

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Manu hits clutch flip shot over Draymond.

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Aldridge banks in crazy turnaround 3 over Draymond.

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Manu gives his all in potential last game in San Antonio.

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Aldridge, Ginobili keep Spurs alive.

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Ginobili pulls all the moves for layup.

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Aldridge drains a pair of 3-pointers in 3rd quarter.

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McGee Eurosteps through traffic for slam.

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Murray's stellar shooting gives Spurs lift in 1st half.

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Parker finishes tough lefty layup.

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Gay hustles for putback layup through contact.

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Draymond's lefty dish sets up Livingston's dunk.

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Parker slices through defense for crafty layup.

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Durant drills two early 3-pointers.

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Giannis' tip-in lifts Bucks over Celtics in Game 4

After losing a 20-point lead to the Boston Celtics, the Milwaukee Bucks were determined not to lose another playoff game and Giannis Antetokounmpo came up big.

The Bucks are counting on Giannis to take them to new heights

The Bucks want Giannis Antetokounmpo to be the centerpiece of their on-court and off-court strategies, but Kevin Durant knows from experience that might not work.

Bucks prevail in back-and-forth battle to even series.

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Bucks prevail in back-and-forth battle to even series.

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Bucks win wild Game 4 to draw even with Celtics.

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Giannis gets putback to go in closing seconds.

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Giannis calls Game 4 win 'amazing.'

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Morris can't convert in final seconds.

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Brown, Tatum clutch in 4th quarter.

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The Greek Freak mean mugs after monster jam.

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Brown drills huge 3-pointer in 4th.

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Baynes and Maker get chippy.

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Tatum gets away with blatant jersey grab.

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Brown goes airborne for the bucket.

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Bledsoe's no-look dime leads to Giannis slam.

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Giannis slips by Celts and rocks rim with left.

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Maker denies Tatum at the rim.

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Sunday's Playoff Games

Salah worthy over De Bruyne for PFA prize?

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah is the 2017-18 PFA Player of the Year over Man City's Kevin De Bruyne. ESPN FC's bloggers which player's case was strongest for the award.

Why the PFA Player of the Year award belongs to Salah.

Steve Nicol and Alejandro Moreno sing the praises of Mohamed Salah after the Liverpool star was named the PFA Player of the Year.

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BALL OR NOTHIN' - Episode 2.

Nick and Freddie get real while "On the Clock". They talk Ben Simmons, and is he a rookie? Does Kendrick Lamar really need a Grammy? Wow, Queen B slayed last week what about LeBron? And, they discuss who had the best kicks of the week.

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Australian victory at the London Marathon.

Paralympic silver medallist Madison de Rozario made a last dash sprint to claim first place in the women's wheelchair race at the 2018 London Marathon, finishing with a time of 1:42:58.

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Sharapova gets behind the wheel with Mark Webber.

Three-time 2018 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix winner Maria Sharapova gets some driving tips from former Formula One driver Mark Webber.

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How Chelsea need to improve for the FA Cup final.

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Giroud the hero as Chelsea book FA Cup final spot

Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata took their chances against a wasteful Southampton side to book the Blues' spot in the FA Cup final.

Giroud, Morata prove their worth up front

Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata each scored, providing Chelsea with timely goals from the front in the FA Cup semifinal win over Southampton.

Chelsea 2-0 Southampton: Blues onto the final.

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How Chelsea need to improve for the FA Cup final.

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Wenger reception shows relationship with fans is broken

It should have been a celebration of Arsene Wenger's tenure, but it was just another Sunday morning in North London and it was weird.

Arsenal need late show as Wenger's long goodbye begins

Arsenal's 4-1 win over West Ham saw fans given their first chance to say goodbye to Arsene Wenger. But the club only kicked into gear late on.

WATCH: Wenger talks Emirates reception & life after Arsenal.

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Arsenal 4-1 West Ham: Gunners pull away late.

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Arsenal 4-1 West Ham: Gunners pull away late.

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Lacazette quickly doubles up and makes it four for Arsenal.

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Lacazette smashes in Arsenal's third.

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Ramsey's cross-shot restores Arsenal's lead.

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Arnautovic's powerful strike brings West Ham level.

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Monreal volleys home Xhaka's corner for Arsenal's opener.

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