Kawhi Leonard’s explosive one-handed dunk over Utah’s Derrick Favors was the exclamation point on a first half that saw the Clippers lead by as many as 29 points before going on to even their Western Conference semifinal series at two games apiece.
Christian Eriksen has said he feels “fine — under the circumstances” in his first message to fans since he suffered a cardiac arrest on Saturday.
Joel Embiid shot 0-for-12 in the second half of Monday’s loss to Atlanta, including a miss on a game-winning layup attempt. Afterward, the 76ers star admitted to being bothered by his ailing knee and feeling early on like he “didn’t have it tonight.”
Katie Ledecky won the 400 freestyle with a slower-than-expected time of 4 minutes, 1.27 seconds. Earlier Monday at the U.S. swim trials, teens Torri Huske and Claire Curzan finished 1-2, respectively, in the 100 butterfly.
On March 1, Atlanta looked like it’d easily miss the postseason. Now the momentum is on the Hawks’ side.
The Clippers’ Kawhi Leonard got quite a rise out of social media with a monster jam in Game 4 against the Jazz.
Virginia will play Tennessee in its first game in the CWS, which starts Saturday in Omaha. The other openers: Mississippi State against Texas, NC State vs. Stanford, and Arizona vs. Vanderbilt.
The first set of Copa America matches have concluded. As Brazil still struggles with COVID- 19 cases, the on-field action is officially underway.
What off night? Here’s how the Skylar Diggins-Smith vs. Jazmine Jones beef set WNBA Twitter ablaze on Monday.
MLB is expected to announce Tuesday it will suspend players caught with any foreign substance for 10 days with pay to help curtail the widespread use of grip enhancers by pitchers around the league, sources familiar with the plans told ESPN.