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NBA

Stephen A.: Knicks made right move considering circumstances.

Stephen A. Smith says Carmelo Anthony is finally in a deserved position to "legitimately compete for a championship" and blames Phil Jackson for the Knicks' return on the deal.

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Penn State

College Football

Penn State avoids upset with late Johnson TD.

Trace McSorley finds Juwan Johnson for a 7-yard touchdown with time winding down to secure a win over Iowa.

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Kentucky comes up short, falls to Florida (again).

Austin MacGinnis' potential game-winning 57-yard field goal comes up short as Florida beats Kentucky for a 31st straight time.

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Fantasy

Bell to bounce back this week.

Le'Veon Bell has struggled the first two weeks but Field Yates says that this is the breakout week for the RB.

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Athletics

MLB

Athletics catcher kneels for national anthem.

Oakland's Bruce Maxwell takes a knee on the field during the national anthem before Saturday's game against Texas, becoming the first Major League Baseball player to do so.

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Marlins

MLB

Stanton clobbers 57th homer.

Giancarlo Stanton smacks a solo shot to left field in the fourth inning in Miami's win over Arizona.

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TCU

College Football

Anderson's career day ends with game-sealing TD run.

With Oklahoma State threatening to come back in the fourth quarter, TCU's Darius Anderson broke free for a 42-yard score to put the game away.

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Corso declares NYC 'melting pot of college football.'

While in Times Square, Lee Corso does his best Lady Liberty impression.

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Bellator 183

Pico wins with devastating left hook.

Top prospect Aaron Pico picks up his first victory as a pro with a powerful one-punch knockout of Justin Linn at Bellator 183.

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Tennis

Tennis' top two combine for doubles victory.

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal win their first-ever doubles match together, defeating Team World's Sam Querrey and Jack Sock at the Laver Cup 6-4, 1-6, 10-5.

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Warriors media day

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Warriors

NBA

Warriors laugh off Durant's Twitter mishap.

The defending champs brush off the recent social media fiasco, with Draymond Green having a laugh at KD's expense.

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Cavaliers

NBA

Is Isaiah Thomas the most intriguing NBA player?

Tom Haberstroh thinks Isaiah Thomas has the potential to turn the NBA upside down this season if he is healthy.

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Saturday's games

Chargers

NFL

Could the NFL force the Chargers to return to San Diego?

The Highly Questionable crew debate the prospect of the Los Angeles Chargers moving back to San Diego because of poor attendance.

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English Premier League

Delph curls in gorgeous goal for Man City.

Fabian Delph pads Manchester City's lead with a beautiful goal against Crystal Palace in the 89th minute.

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Dodgers' rise and fall

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  • You win some, you lose some

    Two dramatic streaks will define the Dodgers' 2017 season -- unless they can pull off something even more memorable in October.