The ESPN Daily: A Jeopardy juggernaut falls

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Down goes Jeopardy James! ... It's finally over. After a run of dominance in which he treated "Jeopardy!" like his personal money-making machine, James Holzhauer finally slipped up. He finished just short of Ken Jennings' record winnings of $2,520,700, but he acquired his total in fewer than half as many games. What's next for this trivia legend? We got it directly from the man himself. Read More


Welcome to the summer of soccer ... Your favorite club's season might be over, but no matter where you live, this summer has a major tournament for you. From the Women's World Cup to the Copa America, here's an essential guide to one of the best soccer summers in recent memory for everyone from experts to the casual fan. Read More

How's your first-round pick doing? We'll find out about busts and sleepers once September rolls around, but for those of you who can't wait to see how your team's hot prospect shakes out, we have progress reports for all 32 NFL first-round picks. Read More

Marc Gasol's Mediterranean mission ... Raptors center Marc Gasol is trying to help his team win the NBA finals right now. In the offseason, he has his sights set on a far different goal: trying to rescue desperate immigrants in danger on the Mediterranean Sea. Last year, when Gasol was on the Grizzlies, we wrote about his efforts, but the story is still relevant today. Read More



Diaz not interested in facing McGregor 'at all'

Nate Diaz explains that he hasn't fought since facing Conor McGregor in 2016 because the UFC disrespected him and gave the world to McGregor.


Williams, Jones confident Kawhi is leaving the Raptors

Jay Williams and Damon Jones expect Kawhi Leonard to bolt from Toronto in the offseason regardless of the result of the Finals.


"... he just wrecked 100 years of physical fitness."
-- Teddy Atlas on Andy Ruiz Jr.'s victory over Anthony Joshua. Watch


On this date last year, Florida State's Jessie Warren made one of the most astounding heads-up catches you'll ever see ... and got the double play to boot. Watch


Red Sox at Royals (7 p.m. ET, ESPN+): The Red Sox have hit a bit of a skid after coming out of their early season funk. They're 1-4 in their past five and dropped two of three to the Yankees this past weekend. A series against the cellar-dwelling Royals might be just what the doctor ordered.

Oklahoma vs. UCLA (8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN): After dropping Game 1 16-3, Oklahoma is ecstatic that the Women's College World Series doesn't have a one-and-done format. But to get to Game 3, the Sooners will have to muzzle UCLA's red-hot bats on Tuesday and hope the partisan Oklahoma City crowd can give them a boost.