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Spieth stuns Berger, wins Travelers in playoff.

After an errant tee shot, Jordan Spieth holed out for birdie from a bunker on the first playoff hole to defeat Daniel Berger in a sudden-death playoff at the Travelers Championship.

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Spieth wins Travelers in epic fashion.

Jordan Spieth and Daniel Berger go to a playoff hole where Spieth holed out for a birdie to win the Travelers Championship. It's Spieth's 10th career victory, the second-most PGA Tour wins before the age of 24 since World War II.

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McIlroy grants fan's wish to meet him.

Rory McIlroy spends some time with Noreen Murnane, a fan who moved to the United States from Ireland in 1963. Through 'Wish of a Lifetime,' she was able to meet her favorite golfer after suffering a stroke.

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Mendoza enjoying return of McCutchen's bat.

Ahead of Sunday Night Baseball, Jessica Mendoza breaks down the recent resurgence of Andrew McCutchen's offense for the Pirates.

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Judge could have best rookie season ever.

Buster Olney compares Aaron Judge's rookie season to those of other star players, such as Mike Trout.

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MLB

Stanton ready to defend his Derby title.

Giancarlo Stanton joins Baseball Tonight to talk about what he's going to do differently this year in the Home Run Derby and looks forward to facing off against Yankees rookie Aaron Judge.

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Sunday's Top Moments

MLB

Stanton gives Marlins big insurance run with 20th HR.

Giancarlo Stanton mashed a solo home run to left field to give the Marlins a 4-2 lead in their eventual win over the Cubs.

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The sun gets the best of Dozier on missed catch.

Brian Dozier fails to grab Lonnie Chisenhall's high pop-up after losing the ball in the sunlight.

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Iverson tips his hat to the fans.

Allen Iverson thanks the fans for their electric energy and says that this Big3 League has "mega" and "colossal" potential.

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Three is a magic number for Ice Cube.

Marty Smith joins Ice Cube, Allen Iverson and Jason Williams to shoot some hoops and discuss what BIG3 basketball is all about.

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MMA

Mitrione, Emelianenko tag each other for double knockdown.

Matt Mitrione and Fedor Emelianenko land punches on each other, dropping both fighters to the ground before Mitrione knocks out Emelianenko in the first round.

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MMA

Sonnen scores decision victory over Silva.

Chael Sonnen earned a unanimous decision over Wanderlei Silva to pick up his 29th career win.

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Warriors

NBA

How should the Warriors handle free agency?

Stephen A. Smith offers his take on how the Warriors should proceed with Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston, as well as other moves the team should consider.

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Markkanen is the Finnisher.

SC Featured profiles the Chicago Bulls' first-round draft pick, Finland native Lauri Markkanen. He's the first Finnish-born player to be selected in the first round.

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Butler Trade

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Butler begins new chapter in Minnesota.

SVP's 1 Big Thing looks at Jimmy Butler's move from the Bulls to the Timberwolves, his message to Chicago and "the craziest week" Butler ever went through.

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Wise not a fan of Knicks drafting Ntilikina.

Mike Wise breaks down New York's decision to take Frank Ntilikina with the eighth pick in the draft.

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Title IX

45th Anniversary

Olympic Sports

Title IX 45th Anniversary Vignette: Jackie Joyner-Kersee.

Joyner-Kersee may be the greatest track and field athlete in history. Olympic gold medalist Donna De Varona explains what impact Joyner-Kersee had on the sport.

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NASCAR

Jimmie Johnson isn't slowing down.

To commemorate the 25th year of The ESPYS, we celebrate 25 athletes who have made the greatest mark on this quarter century. As a seven-time NASCAR champion, Jimmie Johnson is a living legend aiming to pass Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt.

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On This Date: June 25, 1966

Vincent Smith's second act