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In the NBA, the playoffs started at the weekend with plenty of surprising results providing endless amounts of entertainment for fans.

Atlanta Hawks and the Indiana Pacers head into tonight's game two match in the first round of the playoffs, with the Hawks surprisingly one nothing up.

Chicago Bulls are in a similar predicament tonight after they lost their opener against the Washington Wizards on Sunday.

Across to the NHL, and the Boston Bruins face off against the Detroit Red Wings tonight in game three of the first round of the playoffs, with the series tied at one apiece.

In baseball, Milwaukee Brewers continued their excellent start to the MLB season last night with their 15th win in 20 outings, after they dispatched of San Diego Padres 4-3 in a tight contest.

And finally, in the NFL, it seems that Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton wants a raise despite been a distinctly average signal caller in the past few seasons.

That's all for today. Come back tomorrow for more.

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