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  1. Fright Nights in the N.B.A.

    The Oklahoma City Thunder’s visiting opponents usually stay in the Skirvin Hilton Hotel, where a housekeeper’s ghost may or may not leave them shaken and bleary-eyed.

  2. Warriors 109, Clippers 105
    Warriors Win in Next Stage of a Season of Hostilities

    Harrison Barnes’s late block of Chris Paul started a crucial fast break that propelled Golden State to a Game 1 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers.

  3. Kirilenko’s Sitting Out Wasn’t Predetermined, Nets’ Kidd Says

    3:32 PM ETAndrei Kirilenko, who never made it onto the court in the Nets’ Game 1 win over the Raptors on Saturday, said he understood Coach Jason Kidd’s decision.

  4. Turning Up the Intensity

    The N.B.A. playoffs begin Saturday, with familiar teams occupying some of the top seeds. In a league that often seems obsessed with the future, the focus will decidedly be on the present.

  5. Built on Brotherhood, Club Lives Up to Name

    A.S.F. Fratia Bucharest, a soccer team in the Romanian fifth division, is the only club in its league run on the principles of equality and nondiscrimination.

  6. On Olympics: Slopestyle Asks, When Is a Risky Sport Too Dangerous?
  7. Rays 16, Yankees 1: In a Thrashing, No Yankee Is Safe on the Mound (Not Even an Infielder)
  8. Yankees’ Nova Could Face Tommy John Surgery
  9. White Sox, Furthering Legacy, Provide Warm Home for Cubans Amid Chill
  10. Braves 7, Mets 5: Colon Bounces Back and Duda Soldiers On, but Neither Does Quite Enough
  11. Familiar Face Shines With a Mets Affiliate
  12. Extra Bases: One Lousy Seat, a Fitting Tribute
  13. When Swastikas on Uniforms Meant Luck
  14. Flyers 4, Rangers 2: Rangers Squander Lead, and Flyers Tie Series
  15. Dorsett Is Feisty Key to Rangers’ Fourth Line
  16. Flyers’ Mason Will Miss Game 2 Against Rangers
  17. Hockey Players’ Concussion Suits Follow Path Charted in N.F.L. Cases
  18. Roundup: Blue Jackets Beat Penguins for First Postseason Win
  19. Slap Shot: From the Fishbowl to the Garden
  20. Blowing the Dust Off a Century-Old Woe
  21. N.B.A. Roundup: Teague Leads Hawks in a Dismantling of the Pacers
  22. Roundup: Cardinals Prevail Behind Lynn; Nationals Bench Harper for Lack of Effort
  23. Davis Is Traded to Pirates
  24. Braves 6, Mets 0: Journeyman Seems at Home, Nearly No-Hitting the Mets
  25. Rays 11, Yankees 5: Yankees’ Bullpen Comes Undone Along With Their Lead
  26. Deadliest Day: Sherpas Bear Everest’s Risks
  27. In Uruguay, Team and Country Are Unified Behind Coach
  28. Off the Dribble: After Stellar Season, a Seasoned Foe Awaits
  29. Nets Enter Playoffs With Toughness Spawned by Last Year’s Exit
  30. Richards Shows Rangers That Confidence Is Contagious
  31. Roundup: Cardinals’ Sloppiness Hands Win to Nationals
  32. His Win Obscured, Runner Left Mark Off the Course
  33. A Star Quarterback Accused, and a Flawed Rape Investigation
  34. N.H.L. Roundup: Detroit Edges Boston; Montreal Heads Home With a 2-0 Advantage
  35. 30 Seconds With Mike Fratello
  36. Surviving the Finish Line
  37. interactiveInteractive Feature: Laughter Amid the Tears — A Cubs Quiz
  38. Formula One: Hamilton Grabs 3rd Straight Win in Formula One
  39. Cricket: England Names Peter Moores Its Cricket Coach
  40. Global Soccer: Chelsea Suffers Classic Bite From a Visiting Underdog
  41. Roundup: Cardiff City and Fulham Stuck in Relegation Zone
  42. Sports Briefing | Gymnastics: National Gymnastics Title Is Shared
  43. Roundup: A Tennis Player Learns to Be Aggressive for Health’s Sake
  44. Sports Briefing | Horse Racing: No Derby for Mr Speaker
  45. Countdown to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil: Day 54
  46. Sports Briefing: Westwood’s Lead Shrinks
  47. Rubin (Hurricane) Carter, Boxer Whose Murder Convictions Were Overturned, Dies at 76
  48. Coach’s Return Is Fraught With Complications
  49. In a Hole, Golf Considers Digging a Wider One
  50. In Pistorius Trial, Critics See a Justice System Favoring the Rich and Famous
  51. Inbox: Letters to the Editor
  52. The Kentucky Derby Dartboard: Week 3

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