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Cast your ESPY vote: Best Breakthrough  

Freddy Adu, soccer
Credentials: Fifteen-year-old is youngest and highest paid player in MLS history. Led U.S. under-17 team in scoring with 13 goals (four in tournament).

Past ESPY's: none

Carmelo Anthony, Nuggets
Credentials: Led all NBA rookies in scoring (21 ppg). Led Denver to the playoffs.

Past ESPY's: none

Jake Delhomme, Panthers
Credentials: After spending four seasons as a back-up. he started every game for Carolina, leading them to the Super Bowl. Threw for 323 yards and three TDs in SB.

Past ESPY's: none.

LeBron James, Cavaliers
Credentials: Averaged 20.9 ppg and 5.7 assists as rookie. He went on to earn the NBA Rookie of the Year award.

Past ESPY's: none

Michelle Wie, golf
Credentials: Entered PGA Tournament as 14-year old-girl. Beat 47 touring pros, but missed the cut by 1 stroke. Also won U.S Amateur public links and two other major amateur tournaments.

Past ESPY's: none

past winners
'03 Alfonso Soriano, New York Yankees

'02 Tom Brady, New England Patriots

'01 Daunte Culpepper, Minnesota Vikings

'00 Kurt Warner, St. Louis Rams

'99 Randy Moss, Minnesota Vikings

'98 Nomar Garciaparra, Boston Red Sox

'97 Tiger Woods, Golf

'96 Hideo Nomo, Los Angeles Dodgers

'95 Jeff Bagwell, Houston Astros

'94 Mike Piazza, Los Angeles Dodgers

'93 Gary Sheffield, San Diego Padres

The 2004 ESPY winners will be announced during the ESPY Awards on July 14, 2004 and on the ESPN telecast on July 18 at 9 p.m. ET.

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