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Trae Young explodes for 48 points to lead Hawks to Game 1 win

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Young's dad rejoices as Middleton misses game-tying shot

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Capela puts Hawks ahead late with putback shot

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Giannis isn't happy after Trae shimmies on Jrue Holiday

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Young tosses nasty pass off the backboard to Collins

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TOP HEADLINES

Islanders force Game 7 with Anthony Beauvillier's OT winner

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Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Diego Padres

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Victor Caratini goes deep for a dinger vs. Dodgers

Victor Caratini (San Diego Padres) with a Spectacular Hit Los Angeles Dodgers, 06/23/2021

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Manny Machado blasts 423-foot homer

Manny Machado (San Diego Padres) with a Spectacular Hit Los Angeles Dodgers, 06/23/2021

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Jake Cronenworth crushes a homer

Jake Cronenworth (San Diego Padres) with a Spectacular Hit Los Angeles Dodgers, 06/23/2021

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Bauer struts off the mound after strikeout

Trevor Bauer strikes out Trent Grisham and has fun with the crowd as he walks off the mound.

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MLB SCOREBOARD

WEDNESDAY'S GAMES

FOREIGN-SUBSTANCE CRACKDOWN

Ohtani smiles through his whole substance check

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Scherzer, Zimmerman jokingly ask umps to check Harper's hair

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COLLEGE WORLD SERIES

Vanderbilt's walk-off stuns Stanford in the ninth

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EURO 2020

WEDNESDAY'S ACTION

Ronaldo scores 109th goal, tying him for the most in international men's competition, as Portugal and France both advance

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Germany through to the round of 16 after dramatic late goal

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EURO 2020 GROUP STAGE

WEDNESDAY'S MATCHES

REACTING TO WEDNESDAY'S ACTION

Ronaldo rewrites history on night Benzema retakes centre stage

Karim Benzema is back, but once more he was in the shadow of Cristiano Ronaldo, who is now men's international football's all-time leading scorer.

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Will Germany ride its luck against England? Don't bet on it.

Where does Germany go from here, with England up next?

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