Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

South Korean Star Chin-Soo Choo taking in the Home Run Derby with one of his boys.

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Cowboys don't sign Lawrence before deadline

The Cowboys did not agree with DeMarcus Lawrence on a long-term deal by Monday's deadline to sign franchised players. The star defensive end will play this season under a $17.143 million franchise tag.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

No surprise here: with 4 p.m. deadline closing, multiple sources say the Cowboys and DeMarcus Lawrence will not reach a long-term deal, which means Lawrence will play 2018 on the franchise tag. Lawrence signed the $17.143 million tag in March and there have been no discussions on a multi-year deal since. It is quite possible the Cowboys and Lawrence go through the same dance in 2019, especially if he has another Pro Bowl-type season.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Source: Mavs and guard Yogi Ferrell "are on the 1-yard line" of getting a deal done to keep him in Dallas. His $2.9 million qualifying offer was rescinded, making Ferrell an unrestricted free agent, but Mavs intend to re-sign him.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Mavs signed rookie forward Kostas Antetokounmpo to a two-way deal, waiving Jalen Jones. Antetokounmpo, Giannis' younger brother was the No. 60 pick in the draft.