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Lakers

NBA

NBA

What would going to the Lakers do for LeBron's career?

John Salley believes LeBron James wearing a Los Angeles uniform would not only hurt his legacy by leaving Cleveland again, but would also add the pressure of being compared to Lakers greats.

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Lakers

NBA

Cain: No matter who signs, Ball is the face of Lakers.

Regardless if LeBron James decides to become a Laker, Will Cain says that Lonzo Ball will be the face of Los Angeles for the next decade.

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Cavaliers

NBA

NBA Awards

Handed out Monday, 9 p.m. ET

NBA Awards

NBA MVP race takes center stage.

After months of simmering debate, the question of whether James Harden or Kawhi Leonard can pry the trophy from Russell Westbrook will be answered.

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The Body Issue

On Newsstands July 7

The Body Issue

On Newsstands July 7

Ezekiel Elliott flexes and hurdles in the 2017 Body Issue.

Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott shows how his body has developed as he poses with power for ESPN The Magazine's 2017 Body Issue.

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Power Rankings

MLB

Dodgers take top spot in Week 12 Power Rankings.

The Dodgers booted the Astros out of the top spot in this week's rankings and the Yankees fell out of the top five.

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Golf

Travelers Championship

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Spieth holes out bunker shot to win Travelers.

Jordan Spieth defeats Daniel Berger on the first playoff hole by chipping in from the greenside bunker to win the Travelers Championship.

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PGA Tour

Spieth channels epic celebrations.

After making a thrilling shot from the bunker, Spieth's reaction reminded us of some recent noteworthy jubilation.

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Thunder

NBA

Oladipo gets crossed up by a kid.

Victor Oladipo gets nutmegged at his own basketball camp as a young kid schools him for a bucket.

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UFC Fight Night

MMA

Lee submits Chiesa via controversial stoppage.

UFC lightweight Kevin Lee picks up his eighth submission victory by defeating Michael Chiesa via rear-naked choke in the first round. Referee Mario Yamasaki steps in to stop the bout, but Chiesa claims he never tapped out.

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MMA

Boetsch knocks out Hendricks.

Tim Boetsch wobbles Johny Hendricks with a head kick and finishes the middleweight bout with a barrage of uppercuts in the second round.

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MLB

Mets

MLB

BIG3 Basketball

NBA

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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BIG3 Basketball

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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Yankees

MLB

Happy 43rd birthday, Derek Jeter.

To honor "The Captain," check out five of the best moments from his illustrious 20-year career with the New York Yankees.

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Butler Trade

NBA

Walker calls Butler a 'bad locker room guy.'

Antoine Walker said he thought Jimmy Butler did a poor job of leading the Bulls, resulting in his trade to the Wolves.

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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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ESPYs

WEDNESDAY, JULY 12TH, ABC

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 26, 1974

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  • Happy 43rd birthday Derek Jeter

    To honor "The Captain" Derek Jeter, check out five of the best moments from his illustrious 20-year career with the New York Yankees.

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