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Penguins vs. Senators

Game 6: 8 p.m. ET Tuesday

Schwarber smashes homer out of Wrigley.

Kyle Schwarber opened the scoring with a massive solo home run all the way to Sheffield Avenue.

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Curry understands excitement about potential Cavs-Warriors III.

Steph Curry says there's a "flair" to the possibility of the Warriors facing the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals for a third straight year.

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Kobe, LeBron represent different kinds of clutch.

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith reacts to TNT analyst Charles Barkley's claim that LeBron James will surpass Kobe Bryant among the NBA's greatest players if he wins another title over the formidable Warriors.

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College football is only 100 days away.

SportsCenter previews some of the upcoming season's top storylines, including Clemson's defense of its national championship.

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Predators vs. Ducks

Nashville wins series 4-2



Ogden: Subdued Man United in wake of tragedy.

Mark Ogden and Joao Castelo-Branco look at the dour circumstances surrounding the UEL final after the Manchester tragedy.

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How significant is OBJ's absence at OTAs?

ESPN analyst Jeff Saturday doesn't see an issue with Odell Beckham Jr. missing the first day of Giants OTAs, and ESPN Insider Adam Schefter thinks the Pro Bowl WR is limiting his risk of injury.

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Revis' free agency complicated by owed money.

Adam Schefter examines how the $6 million Darrelle Revis is owed from the Jets is making any deal with the veteran CB a little more difficult.

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Kobe presents 'The Golden Democracy.'

In the next episode of Canvas, Kobe Bryant looks at the Warriors' rare style and how it breaks down their opponents.

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Top QBs for 2018

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  • An early look at a stacked 2018 NFL quarterback class

    The 2018 NFL draft is loaded with top-tier QB talent like USC's Sam Darnold and Wyoming's Josh Allen. Matt Bowen takes an early look at what four of the top passers have shown thus far and where they still need to improve.

Taking stock of MLB questions

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  • How have all 30 teams answered their most intriguing question?

    Whether it's filling a glaring void in the lineup, needing a star player to bounce back or seeing if the front office's moves would work out, we evaluate how the biggest issues have been addressed during the first quarter of the season.