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Warriors

NBA

'You can hate but you can't ignore the facts in the bay.'

Do all signs point to the Warriors repeating as champs? "Hamilton" star and Bay Area native Daveed Diggs thinks so.

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Rockets

NBA

NBA

CP3 disappointed in the culture of the Clippers.

Despite wanting to leave the Clippers, Chris Paul tells Jay-Z that he's concerned about uprooting his family for the third time. Watch Episode 1 of "Chapter 3," Thursday at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN and in the ESPN App.

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NFL

NFL

Steelers rebound, Packers tumble.

The Steelers got back on track with a statement win Sunday, and Houston's Deshaun Watson continued his stellar play. But Aaron Rodgers went down with a broken collarbone, sending Green Bay into a free fall.

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Cavaliers

NBA

Irving mum on why he wanted to be traded.

Celtics PG Kyrie Irving won't give an exact reason for asking for trade out of Cleveland, saying "because that's not what real grown-ups do."

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Cavaliers

NBA

LeBron helping D-Wade acclimate.

LeBron James and Dwyane Wade tell Rachel Nichols what it has been like with Wade in Cleveland, including his hunt for a home, and the pair share how it feels to be back playing side by side.

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Anniversary special

8 p.m. ET on ESPN

Anniversary special

8 p.m. ET on ESPN

Ten years of E:60.

Ten years ago, the death of North Carolina mascot Jason Ray altered the lives of many people. Watch the full feature tonight at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN and the ESPN App.

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Match Day 3

MLB

Darvish, Dodgers looking to take commanding NLCS lead.

The Baseball Tonight crew previews Game 3 with a red-hot Yu Darvish taking the mound for Los Angeles against Chicago's Kyle Hendricks.

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College Football

College Football

Saturday's biggest games might be routs.

The two highest-profile games this weekend are Michigan-Penn State and USC-Notre Dame. But the Football Power Index says there is little doubt in either outcome. Who is on upset alert and who is a lock this weekend?

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Packers

NFL

Kellerman: Too early for Packers to consider Kaepernick.

Max Kellerman explains that the Packers should give Brett Hundley a chance before they consider bringing in a big-name QB because Hundley could end up being next Dak Prescott.

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Penn State

NCAAF

NCAAF

Michigan's defense will test Barkley.

The Penn State RB has emerged as one of the best players in college football, but he'll have his toughest test yet on Saturday.

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Rams

NFL

Kid is overwhelmed to see Todd Gurley play.

A child is surprised by his parents with tickets to the Rams-Jaguars game and an opportunity to watch his favorite player, Todd Gurley.

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Patriots vs. Falcons

Fantasy Basketball

NBA

Berry's NBA fantasy rookie stars and sleepers.

Matthew Berry sees a lot of value in a player who wasn't even drafted this year -- and a sleeper with big shoes to fill.

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United States

Soccer

United States

Soccer

Tim Weah scores must-see goal for U.S. U-17s.

George Weah's son, Tim, scores in style to help the United States beat Paraguay in the FIFA U-17 World Cup round of 16.

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'Chapter 3': Oct. 19, 7 p.m. ET, ESPN

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  • CP3 wants a team that can contend with the Warriors

    In weighing his options, Chris Paul and his team look at which 2017-18 rosters have the ability to beat the Warriors. Watch Episode 1 of Chris Paul's Chapter 3, Thursday at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN and in the ESPN App.

On This Date: Oct. 17, 1989

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  • Earthquake cancels World Series Game 3

    An earthquake rocked San Francisco, canceling Game 3 of the World Series that year and killing 67 people. 30 for 30 remembers one man's story.

No penalties for UNC

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  • FAQ: How and why North Carolina escaped sanctions from the NCAA

    North Carolina does not have to give back any basketball national championships. It was not hit with any postseason bans or reductions in scholarships. The Tar Heels, basically, walked away clean and free. It's time to explain how it happened.