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On Monday's SI Now, Sports Illustrated senior writer Chris Mannix discusses the higher seeds in the NBA Playoffs that should be concerned after dropping game one and if the Rockets will be able to contain LaMarcus Aldridge.
This week in fantasy baseball should be known as the week of the pitcher, as some of baseball's aces take the mound twice. If you're lucky enough to own Yu Darvish, Felix Hernandez, Chris Sale, David Price, Adam Wainwright, Anibal Sanchez, Johnny Cueto, Justin Verlander or Cliff Lee, then you should be sitting pretty when it comes to pitching categories this week.
Mike Woodson firing puts pressure on unproven exec Phil Jackson to succeed with franchise-defining decisions
With Mike Woodson gone and the Knicks at a crossroads, it's time for Phil Jackson to make his mark.
Three weeks in, our Power Rankings have their third new No. 1
A year after we wept, we triumphed: Meb Keflezighi became the first U.S. man to win the Boston Marathon in 31 years.
How last year's bombings made the Boston Marathon stronger
The following is adapted from The Fight of their Lives: How Juan Marichal and John Roseboro Turned Baseball's Ugliest Brawl into a Story of Forgiveness and Redemption. Copyright John Rosengren, 2014.
The Blazers needed a career night from LaMarcus Aldridge to grab a Game 1 OT win over the Rockets.
The Sharks scored seven unanswered goals to rout the Kings 7-2 and jump out to a big 2-0 series lead.
Portland mounted a late comeback to force overtime against the Rockets, where they prevailed 122-120 to take Game 1.