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  1. "Just to earn [Stephen Curry's] respect and get a win on the same night... it was a good night," Jayson Tatum said after leading the Celtics past the Warriors on Saturday.
  2. Jake Paul, the YouTube star-turned-boxer, scored a first-round knockout of Ben Askren in a cruiserweight bout Saturday night.
  3. Robert Whittaker said he wants to cross paths with middleweight champion Israel Adesanya after cruising to a unanimous decision win over Kelvin Gastelum.
  4. Stephen Curry continued his hot stretch Saturday, becoming the first player age 33 or older since Kobe Bryant to score 30 points or more in 10 straight games.
  5. On Saturday night, when San Jose faced off against the Minnesota Wild, Sharks veteran forward Patrick Marleau, 41, tied Gordie Howe's record of 1,767 games played during a 5-2 loss.
  6. Alabama quarterback Bryce Young, who was Mac Jones' primary backup as a freshman last season, earned MVP honors after completing 25 of 44 passes for 333 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions during the Tide's spring game on Saturday.
  7. Despite being unable to visit the White House when the Los Angeles Lakers are in Washington, D.C., to face the Wizards this month, a future meet-and-greet with President Joe Biden has not been ruled out, a source said.
  8. Saturday's UFC Fight Night co-main event between Jeremy Stephens and Drakkar Klose was canceled after Klose suffered a cervical neck sprain and concussion as a result of Stephens forcefully shoving him during Friday's weigh-in, Klose's team told ESPN.
  9. Whittaker dominated Kelvin Gastelum and now has only one place to go: a rematch with Adesanya.
  10. Triller's second major boxing card wasn't perfect, but it could have an answer for one of boxing's biggest issues.

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