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Joel Embiid celebrates with Meek Mill after the 76ers clinched their first round series against the Miami Heat. (Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
Joel Embiid celebrates with Meek Mill after the 76ers clinched their first round series against the Miami Heat. (Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
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The Philadelphia 76ers are moving on to the second round of the NBA Playoffs after dismissing the Miami Heat in five games. In their series-clinching win, the Sixers were aided by the return of a fan favorite...but he wasn't a player. Tyler Tynes discusses the early postseason success of Philly and Meek Mill's release from prison.

Also, the IAAF recently released new regulations for female athletes who have naturally occurring high levels of testosterone. Lindsay Gibbs explains why the new rules unfairly target South Africa's Caster Semenya.

And, Shahid Khan – the owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars – has made a bid to buy London's iconic Wembley Stadium, fueling speculation that the Jacksonville-based football team will be relocating. Bill Littlefield voices his objection to the internationalization of the NFL.

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This segment aired on April 28, 2018.

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