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Diaz caps off Man City's rout of Real Madrid.

Brahim Diaz nets a fourth goal for Manchester City in its victory over Real Madrid in the International Champions Cup.

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Moncada gets silent treatment after his first MLB homer.

Yoan Moncada takes Jake Arrieta deep for his first major league home run as the White Sox trail.

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Impact pitchers on the trade block.

Yu Darvish, Sonny Gray and Justin Verlander look like strong candidates to be traded.

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Williamson, Ball duel for three straight plays.

High school dunking sensation Zion Williamson adds to his highlight reel, but LaMelo Ball answers with a preposterously deep 3-pointer. Williamson gets the last laugh with an and-1 layup.

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LaVar Ball continues to ooze confidence.

In a wide-ranging chat, LaVar Ball proclaims himself the best coach ever and calls his son LaMelo the most famous high school athlete ever.

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Neymar scores lone goal in Barcelona victory.

While transfer speculation swirls around him, Neymar keeps scoring goals -- this time against Manchester United in the International Champions Cup.

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Rookies break down their Madden ratings.

Rookies from around the NFL give their best guesses of what their ratings will be and then react to what they actually are.

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Harper beefs with ump, gets tossed.

First, Bryce Harper doesn't like plate umpire Chris Segal's strike call, then he later strikes out and is ejected for arguing.

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Beltre tossed in strange sequence.

Umpire Gerry Davis tells Adrian Beltre to move back into the on-deck circle. Instead, Beltre moves the on-deck circle and gets ejected.

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Stanton ties Marlins record with 12th homer in month.

Giancarlo Stanton launches a 468-foot dinger for his 33rd home run of the season and mocks Jason Grilli's celebration from the game before.

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Cavs have high asking price for Kyrie.

Michael Smith says the Cavaliers are not going to move Kyrie Irving unless they get players to make them contend now alongside LeBron James.

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Durant's first year with the Warriors.

KD turned early criticism and an injury in the regular season into a NBA championship and Finals MVP award.

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Michael ecstatic Jets picked up Whitehead.

Michael Smith couldn't be happier that Lucky Whitehead is joining the Jets after how the wide receiver was released by the Cowboys.

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Golfer's amazing Ric Flair impersonation before smashing 483-yard drive.

Think he was amped up? This was the PRE-competition interview.

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Phillies prospect gets inside-the-park grand slam on sneaky slide.

J.P. Crawford, cousin of Carl Crawford, hits the ball to deep center field to clear the bases. Crawford rounds third and appears he will be out, but he slows down and slides under the catcher's tag.

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Bomani: McGregor-Mayweather a 'clown show.'

Bomani Jones says movie theaters that will show McGregor-Mayweather are using a marketing ploy to sell a product that will never arrive.

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  • 30 for 30 Shorts: Judging Jewell

    On July 27, 1996, a terrorist's bomb exploded in a crowded Centennial Olympic Park during the Atlanta Olympic Games. The death toll might have been far higher if not for security guard Richard Jewell, who hours after his heroism was called a murderer.

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  • Gary Sanchez's long road to the Bronx

    Few players have made as much of a splash with a rookie campaign as Gary Sanchez. But last year's blockbuster two months were the result of years of work adapting to baseball in the U.S. and climbing through the Yankees' minor league system.