ESPN News Services Apr 14, 2024, 06:17 PM ET Open Extended Reactions OKLAHOMA CITY — Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 15 points in one half of action, and the Oklahoma City Thunder rolled past the Dallas Mavericks 135-86 on Sunday to clinch the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference playoffs. Oklahoma City finished with the same
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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Tomas Hertl, who earlier had a goal wiped out because of goaltender interference, scored on a power play 1:23 into overtime as the Vegas Golden Knights rallied from three goals down to defeat the Colorado Avalanche 4-3 on Sunday. “Maybe it was karma,” Hertl said. The Knights trailed 3-0 after two
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During the Final Four in Cleveland, Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe revived their hit pandemic-era social media series, “A Touch More,” with a live taping of “A Touch More Live.” [embedded content] Bird and Rapinoe provided their perspective on this moment in women’s basketball before chatting with the ESPN’s iconic “BIG 3,” Elle Duncan, Andraya
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The big headline from Tom Brady‘s recent appearance on the Deep Cut podcast was that Brady has opened the door to playing again. Brady had at least one other noteworthy comment. Brady, who knows a thing or two about great football players based on more than 20 years in the NFL, believes former Patriots teammate
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Open Extended Reactions As we’ve written previously in this space, the winner of the Presidents’ Trophy is by no means guaranteed a Stanley Cup championship. Since the trophy was first awarded in 1985-86, only eight teams have won the regular-season points race and the Cup in the same campaign, the most recent being the Chicago
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Associated Press Apr 13, 2024, 06:19 PM ET Open Extended Reactions UTICA, N.Y. — Not knowing her next opponent yet, Taylor Heise took the diplomatic approach in saying she didn’t have a preference who the United States would face in the women’s world hockey championship gold-medal game. And yet, when offered the chance to say
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