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LeBron lets loose as Cavs bounce into NBA Finals

Cleveland's transcendent star savored the moment as the Cavaliers eliminated the Raptors in six games, earning their second straight trip to the NBA Finals.

LeBron: I knew I had to bring my game tonight, I am humbled (2:16)
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Betts brilliant as Crows overcome Giants

The Crows have defeated Greater Western Sydney at Adelaide Oval with Eddie Betts the star of the show kicking five goals.

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Tigers down Bombers for Dreamtime win

Richmond's season is gathering momentum after the Tigers notched their third win in a row, defeating Essendon in their Dreamtime at the 'G clash.

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Matt Brabham eager to do family name proud

He might have one of the most famous surnames in Australian motorsport but Matt Brabham says achieving his first start at the Indianapolis 500 has not come easy.

Draymond names all players drafted before him from memory (1:46)

Warner 93* leads Sunrisers into final

An unbeaten 58-ball 93 from David Warner, his eighth half-century of the season, steered Sunrisers Hyderabad into their maiden IPL final.


Swans end Kangaroos' unbeaten run

Sydney have stamped themselves as legitimate AFL contenders after ending ladder leader North Melbourne's unbeaten run with a 26-point win.

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1dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg: Red Bull advantage is genuine

Nico Rosberg doubts Mercedes' usual qualifying engine trick will be enough to overhaul Red Bull's 0.6s advantage in Monaco.

Curry shakes 'n' bakes by Durant for the layup (0:15)
A rivalry emerges at the Spelling Bee (0:53)
Nadal: 200 is just a number (0:35)
2dJake Michaels

Dixon would prefer Indy 500 to title

IndyCar's reigning champion Scott Dixon says he would rather claim Sunday's Indy 500 than win a fifth and unprecedented series title.

The many doppelgängers of Steven Adams (0:55)
Marine disguises himself as umpire to surprise kids (0:42)

Silver: Reports show refs 90 percent correct

Adam Silver says the NBA wants to be as transparent as possible in determining whether refs are making the right key calls despite the fact they get them right a "vast majority of the time."

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Luck Of The Draw

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  • Tales from the NBA draft lottery

    - Zach Lowe

    Another night of pingpong balls is in the books. Here's everything you need to know about what happened in the confines of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Belief Abounds In The Shire

Drugs In Sport

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  • Can sport's anti-doping movement survive latest allegations?

    - Bonnie D. Ford

    This week's World Anti-Doping Agency meetings were a scene of doubt and frustration. The coming weeks will be critical for the anti-doping movement and the athletes it is supposed to represent.

Ultimate Warrior

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  • Infographic: Stephen Curry dubbed unanimous NBA MVP

    - Jessie Kavana, ESPN Stats & Information

    Stats & Info takes a look at the numbers that made Curry's season so spectacular and the elite groups he joined along the way.

Love And Hate

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  • Behind the sporting teams we love to hate

    - Greg Growden

    The reasons behind fans' hatred of a particular sporting club are varied- and often get lost in translation. But there's no doubt it adds to the game, no matter the code -- Greg Growden writes.

From The Mag

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  • The Secret History Of Tiger Woods

    - Wright Thompson

    The death of his father set a battle raging inside the world's greatest golfer. How he waged that war -- through an obsession with the Navy SEALs -- is the tale of how Tiger lost his way.