Top Hightlights for the week of April 22nd, 2018:

Toronto keeps it alive and then slams it home

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KD shoots the 3 and drains it...

Steph knows what's up.

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Evander Kane with the slick one hander move.

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Paul George nails the off balance 3

To put the Thunder up by 1 over the Utah Jazz.

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Lebron James scores the fist 16 points of game 2

The Cavaliers started with a 16-1 run over the Indianapolis Pacers in game 2 of the first round of the NBA Playoffs. Lebron James once again showed that he is, himself, a human highlight reel by scoring all 16 of those points himself.

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Phil Kessel gets one Brian Elliot will want back

On the odd-man break Phil Kessel sends one to the net to put the Penguins up 2-0 over the Philadelphia Flyers in game 3 of round 1 of the NHL Playoffs. In fairness it also takes a somewhat unlucky bounce of Brian Elliot but sometimes that's just the way the cookie crumbles here.

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Yoenis Céspedes with the no doubter grand slam.

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Evan Gattis forgets how many outs there are and allows Seattle to turn a triple play.

Truly heads down baseball ladies and gentlemen.

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San Jose Sharks consistently win the NHL marketing game

Am I a Sharks man? Absolutely not. Do I think they've got a killer marketing department? I have to say yes. As much as it pains me to admit it.

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Jake Debrusk gets the goal in a 2 on 1 to give the Bruins a 3-1 lead.

The Boston Bruins are leading the series 2-1 and if how this game is going is any indication they'll soon lead the series 3-1.

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Josh Reddick blast one to build the Astros lead over the Mariners

The Astros were already up 6-2 in the 9th over the Seattle Mariners. Josh Riddick added to that with a no doubt solo shot.

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Bye, bye ball!

Aaron Judge blast an absolute moonshot to give the Yankees a 4-2 lead over the Toronto Blue Jays in the 7th inning.

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Sean Manaea no hits the hottest team in baseball

Manaea masterpiece! @seanmanaea no-hits the Red Sox.

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Aka the Boston Red Sox. Here's the final out.

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Milwaukee Bucks score 4 points in 3 seconds to build a lead over the Boston Celtics

The Milwaukee Bucks are looking to tie up the series against a banged up Boston Celtics roster in the first round of the NBA playoffs.

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Some high flying acrobatics on display here

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Getting the out the hard way.

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Jake Guentzel Scores a Hat trick after a questionable no-call

This kills the flyers. And the city of Philadelphia.

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...And immediately scores a 4th

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Brandon Belt record the longest at bat in the history of Major League Baseball

Brandon Belt of the San Francisco Giants recorded the longest at bat in the history of Major League Baseball today. The at bat lasted for 21 pitches and took over 14 minutes. In the end Belt flew out to right field. His day would turn around though as he later hit a home run to help the Giants record a 4-2 win over the Los Angeles Angeles.

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MLB Standings:

American League

East
Team: W-L GB
Boston Red Sox 68-30 0
New York Yankees 62-33 4.5
Tampa Bay Rays 49-47 18
Toronto Blue Jays 43-52 23.5
Baltimore Orioles 28-69 39.5
Central
Team: W-L GB
Cleveland Indians 52-43 0
Minnesota Twins 44-50 7.5
Detroit Tigers 41-57 12.5
Chicago White Sox 33-62 19
Kansas City Royals 27-68 25
West
Team: W-L GB
Houston Astros 64-35 0
Seattle Mariners 58-39 5
Oakland Athletics 55-42 8
Los Angeles Angels 49-48 14
Texas Rangers 41-56 22

National League

East
Team: W-L GB
Philadelphia Phillies 53-42 0
Atlanta Braves 52-42 0.5
Washington Nationals 48-48 5.5
Miami Marlins 41-57 13.5
New York Mets 39-55 13.5
Central
Team: W-L GB
Chicago Cubs 55-38 0
Milwaukee Brewers 55-43 2.5
St. Louis Cardinals 48-46 7.5
Pittsburgh Pirates 48-49 9
Cincinnati Reds 43-53 13.5
West
Team: W-L GB
Los Angeles Dodgers 53-43 0
Arizona Diamondbacks 53-44 0.5
Colorado Rockies 51-45 2
San Francisco Giants 50-48 4
San Diego Padres 40-59 14.5