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Steph Curry's shimmy returns in Game 3, and so does his shot

Welcome to the Western Conference finals, Steph Curry. The two-time MVP dropped 35 points and caught fire during a third-quarter blitz as Golden State rolled to a 41-point Game 3 rout of Houston.

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Lowe: How Harden and the Rockets keep hunting Steph Curry

What will decide Rockets-Warriors? Steph Curry's defense and the Warriors finding their mojo on offense are two big things to watch.

Curry comes alive in Warriors' Game 3 rout

Steph Curry scores 26 of his game-high 35 points in the second half of the Warriors' 41-point win in Game 3.

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Curry goes off in third quarter

Steph Curry breaks out of a slump in a big way by scoring 18 points in the third quarter while igniting the Oracle crowd.

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Durant: Success 'all stems around' defensive end

Kevin Durant credits the Warriors' win on the team's sense of urgency on defense and how they were able to help Steph Curry on offense.

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Curry 'expected' to bounce back in Game 3

Steph Curry says he doesn't get too high or too low regarding how he's shooting and explains how the Warriors will stay motivated for Game 4.

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Livingston leaves Harden in the dust with filthy move

Shaun Livingston brings the ball behind his back, then accelerates by James Harden for the two-handed dunk.

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Draymond, Ariza receive double technical

Draymond Green and Trevor Ariza get into a heated exchange in the 4th quarter of Game 3.

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Riley hyped up after Steph's tough layup

Steph Curry hits a teardrop in the lane to get his daughter Riley and the Oracle crowd pumped up.

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Steph drills deep 3-pointer

Steph Curry pulls up from deep and hits it over Chris Paul in the 3rd quarter of Game 3.

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Curry shimmies after crossing up Harden for 3

In the 3rd quarter, Steph Curry drills a 3-pointer over James Harden does the shimmy.

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KD blows by Harden for crafty layup

Kevin Durant attacks the rim and finishes over two Rockets in Game 3.

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Iguodala follows own miss with putback dunk

Andre Iguodala cleans up his own shot with a two-handed slam in the first quarter.

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Looney's block sparks slick Warriors fast break

Golden State pushes the tempo after Kevon Looney's block and Klay Thompson finishes with a tough layup.

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Football

Courtois urges Chelsea to settle the Conte saga and spend big this summer

Thibaut Courtois may not know where his or manager Antonio Conte's future lies, but the goalkeeper is sure Chelsea need to spend big to compete.

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Why is Conte headed for exit but Mourinho not?

Mark Ogden: One is disliked but secure, the other has won trophies but is heading for the exit. Saturday's FA Cup final showed the irony of Mourinho and Conte's respective positions.

Scholes slams United and Sanchez after defeat

Ex-Manchester United star Paul Scholes has laid into Alexis Sanchez following the FA Cup final, claiming his performances "can't get any worse."

Willian hides Conte behind emojis in FA Cup pic

Willian appeared to show what he thinks of Antonio Conte with some well-placed emojis in an Instagram post celebrating Chelsea's FA Cup final win.

Man United's Herrera: The better team doesn't always win

Ander Herrera maintains that Man United were "the better team by far" in the FA Cup final, and feels the club is still headed in the right direction.

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Conte: I can't change, I'm a serial winner

Antonio Conte declares himself a "serial winner" after Chelsea's FA Cup win, and fires a message to the club's hierarchy regarding his future.

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Mourinho: I prefer to lose with positive feelings

Jose Mourinho admits he's sad to finish the season without silverware, but feels his team were the best team in the FA Cup.

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Chelsea raise eighth FA Cup in club history

Club captain Gary Cahill and the rest of the Chelsea squad celebrate the Blues' eighth FA Cup title, which ties Tottenham for third-most all-time.

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Transfers

Would these Premier League clubs sign Buffon?

The 40-year-old is still an incredible goalkeeper, but is he too old to make an impact in England? We asked our correspondents.

Morata to Juventus a 'very realistic prospect'

ESPN FC's Paolo Bandini doesn't think Juventus will overpay for Alvaro Morata, however if the price is right Juventus would be very interested.

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Sunday's Games

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Iniesta and Buffon say goodbye

Gallery: Iniesta's Barcelona goodbye in pictures

Sunday saw Andres Iniesta play his 670th and final game for Barcelona as the Spanish champions closed out their season vs. Real Sociedad.

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Is Iniesta the best Spanish player of all time?

After Andres Iniesta's last game for Barca, the FC crew assess his place among Spain's greats and whether he can go out on top at the World Cup.

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Buffon gave Juventus 6,111 days to remember

Gianluigi Buffon was a Juventus player for an unbelievable 6,111 days and leaves a lifetime of memories for the fans and players he touched.

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Kompany: Pep 'intensity' can see City retain title

Vincent Kompany said Pep Guardiola has laid the foundation for Manchester City to achieve prolonged success in the Premier League.

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NBA

Cavs dominate Celtics in Game 3

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Rozier: 'We needed to get our butts whooped'

After a 116-86 drubbing at the hands of the Cavaliers trimmed the Celtics' series lead to 2-1, guard Terry Rozier said he believes his team got a much-needed wake-up call. "We needed to get our butts whooped," Rozier said.

Cavs say tough 'D' against Horford key in win

The Cavs credited their tough defense against Al Horford and the Celtics as one of the keys in their Game 3 win Saturday.

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Juventus ensure Buffon bows out on a high

Serie A champs Juventus bid farewell to Gianluigi Buffon and edged Hellas Verona, 2-1 at Allianz Stadium on the final day of the season.

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LeBron: 'Nothing about the playoffs that's comfortable'

LeBron James says the playoffs are a day-to-day grind to get better and there's no comfort, regardless of the series standing.

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