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A devastating tornado ripped through the state of Oklahoma on Monday, leaving mass destruction in its wake. Parts of the Oklahoma City metro area and its surrounding suburbs were leveled by the storm. As of early Tuesday morning, 51 people were confirmed dead, with more expected according to the Associated Press. The sports world took to social media to express their condolences and, in some cases, make pledges to help the victims and their communities.
How have the underdog Red Wings built a 2-1 series lead after Monday's 3-1 win against the Blackhawks? They are playing smarter, harder and more disciplined, says Allan Muir.
The Red Wings scored two goals within 31 seconds in the second period of Game 3 and held off the top-seeded Blackhawks for a 3-1 victory that gave them a 2-1 series advantage.
Thanks to two second-period goals, the Red Wings are in control of Game 3 against the visiting Blackhawks. Can they hang on and take a 2-1 series lead? Follow the third period here.
Shane Larkin improved his stock at the NBA Draft Combine. So did Cody Zeller. Other players fell a notch or two. Chris Mannix hands out his evaluations after two days in Chicago.
The Eastern Conference finals are set with the Miami Heat facing the Indiana Pacers for the right to advance to the NBA Finals. Who will come out on top? SI.com writers Ian Thomsen, Lee Jenkins, Chris Mannix, Ben Golliver and Rob Mahoney make their picks.
Check the stats. Miguel Cabrera is back at it after winning the first Triple Crown in 45 seasons. Actually, he's doing even better and may be eyeing more history, says Cliff Corcoran.