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The Grizzlies aim to clinch a playoff spot against the Suns, who hope to keep their postseason chances alive.
Dwight Howard's double-double has the Rockets leading the Spurs and in position to clinch the West's No. 4 seed.
Michael Phelps is coming out of retirement to get back into the pool, but will he compete at the 2016 Olympics in Rio?
The Rockets take on the Spurs looking for home-court advantage and the Western Conference's fourth seed.
Fresh off the addition of another green jacket to his wardrobe, Bubba Watson opened up about his second Masters win.
On Monday's SI Now, Kentucky men's basketball coach John Calipari says he would coach Kentucky longer than 10 years if the "one-and-done" rule was altered so that kids would stay at least two years in college.
The Brewers are the hottest team in baseball right now, but it's not enough to land them our coveted No. 1 spot.
We're two weeks into the fantasy baseball season, and owners are starting to feel the crush of injuries, with players like Adrian Beltre, Ryan Zimmerman and Matt Moore all hitting the DL last week. SI.com's fantasy expert Michael Beller is here to answer any and all questions, provide advice, give his opinion on possible trades or waiver-wire pickups and more @SI_Fantasy from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. ET.
There's work to be done, sure. But FSU's spring game made it clear: It's a good time to be a 'Nole.
Despite a rough second half, the Blazers are right where they want to be on the eve of the playoffs.
The 2014-15 class isn't as prolific as its predecessor, but Jahlil Okafor and co. will be impactful.
Daily Jolt: San Francisco 49ers haven't decided on Aldon Smith's option; Amar'e Stoudemire says New York Knicks could be NBA's best next season.