Paul George's face says what Frank Vogel wouldn't say Thursday night: It's time Roy Hibbert started where he finished Game 3 -- on the bench. Mike Wells »Teague sparks Hawks » His wild 3 » Vogel safe? »
The Clippers have come a long way. Thursday night's Game 3 win in Oakland was another positive step.
CP3's grit »G.S. comes up short »Griz win in OT » Pressure on OKC's stars » Trouble out West? »
Jarome Iginla netted the OT winner. A fitting end Thursday night for Boston's top line. Joe McDonald » Custance: Wings run out of magic »Wild get even But in control »Kings stay alive »Playoffs »
All losses aren't created equally. Just ask the Nats. Thursday night's 4-3 setback took 12 innings, featured a bizarre ending and S.D. ace Andrew Cashner playing left field. David Schoenfield » Nady lifts Pads »
Lance Stephenson and the East's top seed are in a 2-1 hole. So is OKC, which rallied but lost in Memphis. Griz in OT »The 10: Thunder »Griz »Teague sparks Hawks »Big 3 The 10: Pacers » Hawks »
Highlight Of The Night: Stephen Curry's 3-pointer at the buzzer was no good and the Warriors fell to the Clippers 98-96, going down 2-1 in the series.
The Orioles beat the Blue Jays 11-4 for their second straight win.
Nelson Cruz homered twice in the Orioles' 10-8 win over the Blue Jays.
Pedro Gomez and Andrew Marchand break down Michael Pineda's 10-game suspension for having a foreign substance, which appeared to be pine tar, on his neck.
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