PHOTOGRAPH BY JOHN W. MCDONOUGH
Squish Splash Trail Blazers forward Ed Davis enveloped Warriors guard Klay Thompson on Sunday during Game 1 of their second-round series at the Oracle Arena in Oakland. Davis's exertions did little to stop Thompson, who scored a playoff-career-high 37 points to lead Golden State to a 118--106 victory despite the absence of his Splash Brother, Steph Curry, who missed his second game since injuring his right knee on April 24 in the first round.
PHOTOGRAPH BY ERICK W. RASCO
The Crack of The Bat Mets rightfielder Curtis Granderson found the sour spot on the barrel last Saturday against the Giants at Citi Field. Granderson, who grounded out on this pitch, had one hit and scored once in New York's 6--5 home win, giving righthander Jacob deGrom his third victory of the season against no defeats.
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PHOTOGRAPHS BY: TOM LYNN (NEAL, CONKLIN, ELLIOTT, TREADWELL, DECKER, STANLEY, RAMSEY, WENTZ, BOSA); NAM Y. HUH/AP (NKEMDICHE, JACK, COLEMAN, JONES); KENA KRUTSINGER/GETTY IMAGES (REED, DODD, BUTLER, ROBINSON, RAGLAND, TUNSIL); CHARLES REX ARBOGAST/AP (LAWSON, LEE, SHOES, HARGREAVES)
Thread Marks It was the NFL draft in Chicago, but from the fashion show you'd have thought it was Oscars night in Tinseltown. Among the rookie dandies were: 1. Keanu Neal 2. Robert Nkemdiche 3. Jarran Reed 4. Myles Jack 5. Jack Conklin 6. Ezekiel Elliott 7. Corey Coleman 8. Shaq Lawson 9. Darron Lee 10. Chris Jones 11. Kevin Dodd 12. Vernon Butler 13. Jalen Ramsey 14. A'Shawn Robinson 15. Laquon Treadwell 16. Reggie Ragland 17. Taylor Decker 18. Ronnie Stanley 19. Jalen Ramsey 20. Carson Wentz 21. Joey Bosa 22. Laremy Tunsil 23. Vernon Hargreaves III