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LeBron joins Melo, KD in star-studded pickup game.

Some of the NBA's best gather for a pickup game in New York City, including LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Durant and JR Smith.

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NFL

Does Elliott's appeal jeopardize reputation further?

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman are split on how they view the fallout Ezekiel Elliott could face from appealing his six-game suspension.

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College Football

Darnold's next-level skills make him a Heisman favorite.

USC QB Sam Darnold steps into the Sport Science lab to demonstrate what makes the Trojans star so special.

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Marlins

MLB

Marlins

MLB

Stanton's power surge.

The slugger has homered in six straight games, notching 44 on the season.

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NBA

LeBron trying to make the world better for his children.

Stephen A. Smith explains how LeBron James' focus on future generations motivated the NBA star to advocate against injustice.

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NBA Schedule Release

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MAYWEATHER VS. MCGREGOR

Aug. 26

MMA

MMA

McGregor should defend himself if accusations are false.

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman discuss McGregor's response to Mayweather accusing him of racist comments.

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Little League World Series

Begins Thursday

Little League World Series

How does batting in Little League compare to MLB?

Even though there is a huge difference in the players' size and field dimensions, Little Leaguers face a comparable hitting situation to their major league counterparts.

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On This Date: Aug. 16, 1920

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  • Ray Chapman dies after being hit in head with pitch

    On Aug. 16, 1920, Carl Mays hit Chapman on the left side of his head with a pitch as the Yankees played the Indians. The shortstop would die in the hospital the next day.

Harbaugh's recruits in spotlight

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  • Fully built by Harbaugh, now what?

    Jim Harbaugh has gone to extraordinary lengths to rebuild Michigan. It worked. Now the Wolverines are loaded with his high-profile recruits. Can the young, hyped Wolverines take the next step?