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Kyrie not waiting for LeBron's next move.

Adrian Wojnarowski believes that Kyrie Irving doesn't want to be left behind if LeBron James leaves next offseason.

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What's next for Kyrie?

Michelle Beadle, David Jacoby and Marcellus Wiley react to the report that Kyrie Irving would prefer to play with the Spurs, Knicks, Heat or Wolves.

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The Open

Round 3 begins at 4:20 a.m. ET

World Series of Poker


Salas crushed after losing on the river.

Damian Salas has an 86 percent chance of winning, but Dan Ott draws a straight on the river, sending Salas home in seventh place.

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Villalba, Guzan lead Atlanta United past Orlando City.

Héctor Villalba's goal in the 86th minute secures the win for Atlanta United, while Brad Guzan earns a clean sheet with five saves in his MLS return.

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O.J. Simpson


Stephen A. says O.J. is 'the luckiest man alive.'

Stephen A. Smith calls the parole committee an "absolute catastrophe" for being overly friendly with Simpson.

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MLB Trade Deadline

Friday's Top Plays


Conforto goes yard twice.

Michael Conforto hits two home runs, including a 450-foot shot to right field, in the Mets' 7-5 win over the A's.

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Encarnación's power lifts Tribe past the Blue Jays.

Edwin Encarnación picks up four RBIs after connecting on a single, double and home run in Cleveland's 13-3 win over Toronto.

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Ole Miss

College Football


Kiffin to replace Hugh Freeze?

Paul Finebaum explains why Lane Kiffin's return to the SEC via Ole Miss would draw more attention to an already high-profile program.

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Vince Carter throws out first pitch on 'Sager Strong Night.'

Carter tosses a strike to open a game for the Daytona Tortugas, a minor league affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, as the team honors Craig Sager.

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Major League Soccer

Men's College Hoops


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Brittney Griner: 'A lot of crying, a lot of yelling.'

The Phoenix Mercury star recounts a painful bullying incident from her childhood and her suicidal thoughts.

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Tyson discusses being molested as a child.

Former boxer Mike Tyson tells ESPN's Jeremy Schaap about how being molested as a boy impacted his life.

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My Wish


Best of My Wish.

Revisit the most poignant and memorable moments from this year's My Wish series.

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My Wish

Jalan produces his own story.

Sidelined by chronic pulmonary embolism, 16-year-old former athlete Jalan Sowell wants to inspire others like him by producing his own story on ESPN.

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Phelps calls swimming with shark 'a true treat.'

Decorated Olympian Michael Phelps reflects on his experience racing a great white shark and shares his interest in free diving and unexplored areas of the ocean.

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Tour de France

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On This Date: July 21, 2004

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  • Manny being Manny strikes again

    Thirteen years ago today, Manny Ramirez did one of the goofiest things you'll ever see in baseball. And he's done many goofy things.

Sue Bird tells her story

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  • Ready to let you in

    Sue Bird is self-admittedly private. But the WNBA All-Star is finally opening up on her career, her relationship with girlfriend Megan Rapinoe and why it's important to talk now.

Top QBs since 1978

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  • The GOAT Index: NFL coaches, execs rank best QBs since 1978

    An All-Star panel of 10 NFL coaches and executives -- with 330 seasons of NFL experience and 20 Super Bowl rings between them -- set out to answer a simple question: Who are the 10 best quarterbacks since 1978?

Building the perfect CBB team

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  • Assembling the absolutely perfect college basketball team

    We're not talking All-America teams or the 10 best players. We are talking the best "team" from the first five on the floor to the subs off the bench. Plus, they need to be coached. So just imagine this: John Calipari and Rick Pitino on the same staff.