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Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA Playoffs: Washington Wizards 104 - Atlanta Hawks 98 (Washington leads series 1-0)

Golden State Warriors 101 - Memphis Grizzlies 86 (Golden State leads series 1-0)

NHL Playoffs: Tampa Bay Lightning 6 - Montreal Canadiens 2 (Tampa Bay leads series 2-0)

Chicago Blackhawks 4 - Minnesota Wild 1 (Chicago leads series 2-0)

MLB: Cleveland Indians 10 (9-15) - Toronto Blue Jays 7 (12-14)

Washington Nationals 1 (12-14) - New York Mets 0 (16-10)

Philadelphia Phillies 6 (9-17) - Miami Marlins 2 (12-13)

Baltimore Orioles 4 (12-11) - Tampa Bay Rays 2 (13-12)

Atlanta Braves 5 (12-13) - Cincinnati Reds 0 (12-13)

Detroit Tigers 6 (17-9) - Kansas City Royals 4 (16-9)

Houston Astros 7 (18-7) - Seattle Mariners 6 (10-15)

Milwaukee Brewers 5 (7-18) - Chicago Cubs 3 (13-10)

St. Louis Cardinals 3 (18-6) - Pittsburgh Pirates 2 (12-13) - 14 Innings

Minnesota Twins 13 (13-12) - Chicago White Sox 3 (8-14)

San Francisco Giants 5 (12-13) - Los Angeles Angels 0 (11-14)

San Diego Padres 8 (14-12) - Colorado Rockies 6 (11-13)

Los Angeles Dodgers 1 (16-8) - Arizona Diamondbacks 0 (10-14) - 13 Innings

Oakland Athletics 7 (11-15) - Texas Rangers 1 (8-16)

New York Yankees 8 (16-9) - Boston Red Sox 5 (12-13)

 

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NBA via Golden State Warriors(OAKLAND, Calif.) -- The Golden State Warriors had a huge third quarter in Game 1 against the Memphis Grizzlies and would not look back in their 101-86 win on Sunday.

Stephen Curry had 22 points, Klay Thompson added 18, and Draymond Green chipped in with 16 in the rout.

"We're a deep team," Curry told ABC after the game.  "For our bench to play the way the did, we're going to be good if everybody steps up and is ready for the moment and we play our hearts out."

The Warriors defense held Marc Gasol to 21 points and Zach Randolph to 20.

Game 2 of the best-of-seven series is on Tuesday night.

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Bruce Bennett/Getty Images(ATLANTA) -- Bradley Beal scored 28 points and the Washington Wizards moved to 5-0 in the postseason with a 104-98 win over the Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference semifinals on Sunday afternoon.

Trailing by two entering the fourth quarter, the Wizards wore down the Hawks in the final period. Otto Porter scored a couple of big baskets and Marcin Gortat sealed the deal with a lay-in off a pass from John Wall with 14 seconds remaining in the game.

The Hawks needed six games to beat Brooklyn in the first round and after leading 37-26 after the first quarter against Washington, Atlanta couldn't make anything in the fourth.

Atlanta had tons of good looks in the fourth, but managed to shoot just 5-of-28 during the home stretch.

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Michael Dodge/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Chelsea secured its first Premier League title in five years with a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea needed just three points to claim the trophy with three games left on the season.  Midfielder Eden Hazard scored on a rebound to give the Blues the victory on Sunday.

Head Coach Jose Mourinho won the Capital One Cup in March, and now he has his third Premier League title and Chelsea's fourth in the last 11 seasons.  He won the first title for Chelsea in 2004-2005, which was the team's first championship in 50 years.

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Stuary Franklin/Getty Images(SAN FRANCISCO) -- Rory McIlroy picked up the WGC-Cadillac trophy on Sunday after he held off Gary Woodland with a 4-and-2 victory at TPC Harding Park.

"I'm really proud of myself with how I showed a lot of character early on with coming back from deficits," McIlroy said. "I played really solid golf. My second WGC and first win in the States this year. I couldn't be happier."

McIlroy rallied three times to stay alive and reach the championship, but was able to overcome mistakes and win his second World Gold championship.

"Great to get the win state-side this year and move onto next week and try and do the same thing," McIlroy said.

The win was McIlroy's 10th PGA Tour victory, which put him in the company of Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus, who also had 10 Tour wins at the age of 25.

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NBA via Los Angeles Clippers(LOS ANGELES) -- The Los Angeles Clippers have officially listed point guard Chris Paul as questionable for Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Houston Rockets on Monday.

Doc Rivers is very concerned with Paul's injury.

Yeah, yeah, very," Clippers coach Doc Rivers said Saturday night. "Someone is going to have to step up. I was thinking it's funny how coaches think with three minutes left, I'm thinking, 'OK, if we win this game, thank God I signed Lester [Hudson] because now you have two guards left.' We almost went big, and then we would literally have no other guards left. That was the first thing I thought."

"Chris may play or may not play the first game, but the game is Monday. My guess right now if I had to guess, I would say no, but I'm not sure."

Paul suffered the injury in the 1st quarter of Game 7 against the Spurs and played injured throughout the entire game.

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Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson and third baseman Justin Turner each hit a home run as Los Angeles (15-8) took care of the Arizona Diamondbacks (10-13) on Saturday night, 6-4.

Pederson’s game-tying homer came in the seventh on a pitch from Diamondbacks reliever Evan Marshall. Two batters later, second baseman Howie Kendrick drove home Turner for the go-ahead run.

Dodgers right-hander Juan Nicasio (1-1) picked up the win with three innings of scoreless relief. Chris Hatcher notched his second save of the season with a clean ninth.

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iStockphoto(SAN DIEGO) -- Padres starter Brandon Morrow (2-0) allowed two earned runs in six innings as San Diego (13-12) doubled up the Colorado Rockies (11-12) on Saturday night, 4-2.

Morrow gave up seven hits and one walk while striking out four.  Padres right-hander Brandon Mauer pitched two innings of scoreless relief while Closer Craig Kimbrel notched his seventh save of the season with a perfect ninth.

With the Rockies leading, 2-1 in the bottom of the fifth inning, Padres outfielder Justin Upton took a 1-1 pitch from Rockies starter Jorge De La Rosa (0-2) and singled home two runs.

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Getty Images(ARLINGTON, Texas) -- Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor singled home Shin-Soo Choo in the bottom of the 10th inning to give Texas (8-15) an 8-7 victory over the Oakland Athletics (10-15) on Saturday night.

With the bases loaded and nobody out, Odor took a 2-0 pitch from A’s reliever R.J. Alvarez and drove it to centerfield for the winning base hit. Choo tied the game at 7-7 in the seventh inning with a three-run blast, his second home run of the season.

Rangers first baseman Kyle Blanks was 4-for-5 with two runs and three RBIs. He also hit his second homer in two days. 

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iStockPhoto/Getty Images(CHICAGO) -- Minnesota Wild winger Justin Fontaine will miss Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Chicago Blackhawks due to a lower-body injury.

Fontaine, who scored the game winning goal in the team's Game 6 series-clinching win over the St. Louis Blues Sunday, suffered the injury in the team's Game 1 loss to the Blackhawks.

"It's one of these things that could be day-to-day or it might be a week. I'm not sure," Wild head coach Mike Yeo said.

Yeo says that either Erik Haula, Sean Bergenheim, Jordan Schroeder, or Ryan Carter can fill in for Fontaine.

The 27-year-old Fontaine played in 71 games during the regular season, scoring nine goals while dishing out 22 assists.

Game 2 between the Wild and Blackhawks is Sunday at 8:30 p.m. ET in Chicago.

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