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Draymond dunks on two Trail Blazers

Steph Curry liked what he saw from Draymond Green on this drive.

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An electrifying minute in Toronto

Kyle Lowry's half-court buzzer beater sent the Raptors to OT just a minute before Justin Smoak's walk-off home run for the Blue Jays.

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Barnes slips baseline for monster slam

Harrison Barnes beat Ed Davis to the rim on this powerful finish.

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Iguodala's fancy up-and-under layup

Andre Iguodala avoided the block with a beautiful reverse against Portland.

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The Could-Have-Beens

ESPN presents the top 25 cases of unfulfilled potential in sports history. Some of the athletes who made the list squandered their prodigious talent; others were slowed or stopped by injury. All left us wanting more. Unfulfilled potential

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Kobe Bryant living that retired life

Even at Disneyland, Kobe was hit with "MVP!" chants.

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Lowry is still putting up shots postgame

After a 3-for-13 shooting night in the Raptors' loss, Kyle Lowry stays late to put in work in the gym.

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Thompson's splash gives Warriors 1st lead

Golden State trailed by 11 entering the fourth quarter before taking it's first lead of the game with less than six minutes to play on this Klay Thompson triple.

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The untold story of Steven Adams

The Thunder big man starts fights, eats pig testicles and has no problem crushing your grandma at bingo. Seven feet of not giving a crap

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What you missed in Thunder-Spurs ending

The finish to Game 1 in San Antonio was absolutely wild. Here are 16 things you might have missed.

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Metta recounts Russell-Young incident

Metta World Peace on the fallout between D'Angelo Russell and Nick Young: "The young players that's coming in to sports are so immature these days, so they make a lot of mistakes. You gotta always be there to pick them up."

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Whiteside rises over defender on alley-oop

Jonas Valanciunas will need to get more air if he wants to avoid being on the receiving end of another Hassan Whiteside dunk.

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Metta talks Kobe's farewell tour

Lakers veteran Metta World Peace shared the best and worst parts of Kobe Bryant's final season in L.A.

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SportsCenter @sportscenter

Warriors overcome their largest deficit entering the 4th quarter this season (11 Pts) to defeat Trail Blazers, 110-99.

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Still plenty of splash in the Splash Brothers! Klay Thompson has 26 3s in his past 4 games, shooting 52% from deep. es.pn/1NUAyYR

Dave Tuley @ViewFromVegas

Warriors rally to beat Trail Blazers 110-99 and take 2-0 lead: ViewFromVegas is they end up covering as 9-point home faves (stays under 212)

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors rally to beat Trail Blazers 110-99 and take 2-0 series lead. The ViewFromVegas is they also ended up covering as 9-point home favorites. The game stayed under the total of 212.