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Road Rockets withstand Warriors barrage, reclaim home court

The Golden State Warriors went on a 16-3 run to close the third quarter with a double-digit lead, but Chris Paul orchestrated the Houston Rockets to a 25-12 closing quarter and evened the West finals at 2-2.

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Harden throws down massive dunk over Green

James Harden glides to the basket and throws down a monster dunk over Draymond Green.


Curry shines with another signature 3rd quarter

Steph Curry drops 17 points in the third quarter, matching the Rockets by himself.


Livingston rises up for thunderous dunk

Steph Curry passes the ball to Shaun Livingston, who drives for a left-handed dunk over Clint Capela.


Curry unleashes the shimmy after 3-pointer

Steph Curry saves a sloppy Warriors possession by knocking down a 3-pointer and then celebrates with a shimmy.


CP3 taunts Draymond

Chris Paul and Draymond Green exchange words in the third quarter and Paul proceeds to tell Green to "say it again."


Harden's sweet pass sets up CP3

After a steal, James Harden breaks away to the basket and wraps a pass around a defender to Chris Paul for a layup.


Gordon cruises to two-handed jam

Eric Gordon drives past multiple defenders and throws down a two-handed dunk.


Curry nearly punches ref after and-1

Steph Curry drives for a tough layup and a foul, and when Curry goes to celebrate, he almost punches the official.


Warriors open game on 12-0 run

All five Warriors' starters score during a 12-0 run to start Game 4 against the Rockets.


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World Fame 100

ESPN The Magazine

The annual ranking of the biggest names in sports

To find the 100 most famous athletes in the world, we started with 600 of the biggest names in sports. Then we ranked them based on a formula that consists of three fame factors.

From OKC to the Bay: How KD is building a Silicon Valley empire

Kevin Durant takes us inside his growing business empire, his Nike negotiations and whether he ultimately might end up in an owner's box.

Notable risers in World Fame 100

Odell Beckham Jr. and Caroline Wozniacki head the list of fast risers in this year's version of the World Fame 100.


Colorado Rockies vs. Los Angeles Dodgers


Desmond cranks a solo homer

Ian Desmond puts the Rockies on the board with a solo dinger in the second inning.



The Shohei Ohtani experiment isn't just working -- it's perfect

Are the Angels using Ohtani correctly? So far, the planets have aligned for L.A. and its two-way star.

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Phillies, Braves looking to settle in atop NL East

The Phillies got the better of the Braves in Monday's showdown, but these upstarts could be fighting for division supremacy for years to come.

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Boone's gets 1st ejection as Yankees manager

Aaron Boone doesn't like the strike call on Gary Sanchez and gets tossed.


Crawford homers off brother-in-law Cole

Brandon Crawford takes Gerrit Cole, the husband of his sister Amy, deep for a 2-run homer and the family reaction is interesting.


Betts belts 3-run homer

Mookie Betts clubs a 3-run homer out to left field to stand alone with the most long balls in the majors with 16.


Break out the tape measure for Harper's homer

Bryce Harper crushes a solo shot 433 feet to center field for his 15th long ball of the season.




Contract, workout regimen among factors in Gronk's absence

Rob Gronkowski could be leaving $250,000 on the table by skipping OTAs, but perhaps a sweetened deal could influence him to make the trip.

Belichick 'not going to talk about the people' not at OTAs

Bill Belichick has no explanation for Tom Brady missing OTAs as he is focused on the players who did come.


Danica makes ESPYS history

26th ESPYS: Wednesday, July 18

Danica Patrick to host 2018 ESPYS


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Tragic end, new beginning

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  • Grounds For Return

    For Chicago White Sox grounds crew member Nevest Coleman, the journey from prison to exoneration is a story of time lost, new beginnings and a murder that remains a mystery.

Lionel Messi is the quietest superstar

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  • Stay Messi, My Friend

    Lionel Messi only seems like the least interesting man in the world. Listen closely and his silence speaks louder than most athletes' shouts.