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Warriors take stranglehold of top seed in West (Yahoo Sports)  

Steph Curry

Golden State took a big step toward securing the No. 1 seed for the playoffs with Wednesday's win over the Spurs.


Westbrook drops record points in triple-double (Yahoo Sports)  

Russell Westbrook

Russell Westbrook set an NBA record for the most points in a triple-double, all while leading his team back to a playoff-clinching victory.


LaVar Ball makes another very bold prediction (Yahoo Sports)  

Lonzo Ball

For his latest outlandish claim, LaVar Ball said his son will win more NBA championships than Michael Jordan.


Final Four coaches paid less than you'd think (Yahoo Sports)  

Dana Altman

This year’s Final Four coaches have one thing in common: None is among the 10 highest-paid coaches in the profession.


So much for the soft Europeans players (Yahoo Sports)  

Euro big men (AP/Getty)

Nikola Jokic and Jusuf Nurkic, who faced off in a crucial matchup Tuesday night, embody the all-around skills of the league's blossoming new school of big men.


Winners and losers of the World Cup qualifiers (Yahoo Sports)  

Bruce Arena

For the USMNT, restoring Bruce Arena as head coach has looked like a successful move so far.


Ranking the QBs in shaky draft class (Yahoo Sports)  

Mitchell Trubsiky (AP)

Five quarterbacks could go in the first 50 picks of the draft, but this group of signal-callers is a middling one.


Top 10 one-man NCAA tourney runs since 2000 (Yahoo Sports)  

Sindarius Thornwell (Getty)

Sindarius Thornwell has led South Carolina to a surprising Final Four run. Where does he rank on the list?


Bidding farewell to Red Wings' streak (Yahoo Sports)  

Detroit Red Wings

Detroit's playoff streak was one of the most remarkable feats in the history of hockey and a constant reminder the Red Wings did things the right way.


The tragic face of sports' opioid epidemic (Yahoo Sports)  

Star athlete → injury → opioids → addiction → death

Drew Gintis was one of growing number of high school and college athletes who became a casualty of addiction to pain medications.


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