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The ESPN Daily: NBA draftees try naming things from the 90s, an Oscar-worthy double play, and the latest on free agency

THINGS TO CARE ABOUT

Just Google it ... Obviously, the goal is to have a long and fruitful career in the NFL. Then there's reality, which is that the NFL Players Association says the average career length is about 3.3 years. That's why Oakland Raiders rookies took a three-plus-hour tour of Google headquarters that served as equal parts sightseeing and post-football career-planning. Here's what they learned. Read More

Which NBA teams can chase superstar free agents? Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard, Klay Thompson, Kemba Walker, Kyrie Irving, Al Horford, Khris Middleton, Kristaps Porzingis, Tobias Harris, Jimmy Butler. Those are just the headliners in a group of 170 free agents in a class NBA executives say is one of the most talented in years. ESPN's salary cap expert, Bobby Marks, takes a look at the 13 teams who will actually have the room to go after them. Read More

We're counting on you ... The record-breakers, upsets, breakthroughs and more. Voting is officially open for the 2019 ESPYS, and the awards are decided entirely by you, so make sure your voice is heard! Check out the full list of nominees here and vote up until the July 10 show. Read More


WE'RE FEELING OLD

NBA draftees try naming things from the 1990s ... "Is this a GameCube?" Try again. "Cheetah Girls or something?" Please, don't do Destiny's Child like that. "A little kid microwave?" No, that's an Easy-Bake Oven. We quizzed NBA draftees on items, people and shows from the 1990s. Let's just say some of these guys are wayyyy younger than we thought. Watch


THINGS TO WATCH

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Could KD, Kyrie save 'Gotham City,' sign with Knicks or Nets?

Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving face career-changing decisions in free agency, with the Knicks and Nets hoping they land two of the NBA's biggest stars.

OVERHEARD

"I was pretty close from dropping a couple tears there, I think, especially when I hugged Yadi. We had that little moment to ourselves right there."

-- Albert Pujols on his emotional state during a 1 minute, 20 second curtain call given to him by St. Louis Cardinals fans on his return to St. Louis on Friday. Read More


REMEMBER WHEN?

On this date in 2010, after 11 hours, 5 minutes of play over the course of three days, American John Isner, seeded No. 23, beat French qualifier Nicolas Mahut in a Wimbledon first-round match. Both players broke numerous tennis records, including each serving more than 100 aces, but the match is best known for being the longest ever.


WHAT'S ON TONIGHT?

Spain vs. United States (12 p.m. ET, FOXS1): As the USWNT enters the Round of 16, they'll face a highly technical Spanish team with a lack of finishing power that can be taken advantage of. We know the U.S. squad has no shortage of that, but right now it's all about the lineup decisions coach Jill Ellis makes to push them to the next round.

Michigan vs. Vanderbilt, College World Series Championship Final, Game 1 (7 p.m. ET, ESPN): Michigan has already taken out the No. 1 and No. 8 national seeds on its unlikely journey from Big Ten at-large team to the championship series. To pull off the unlikely title, the Wolverines will have to go through No. 2 Vandy in a best-of-three series that starts Monday.

Part 1 of O.J.: Made in America (8 p.m. ET, ESPN2): Get ready to binge watch. One part of the 2016 five-part series will air each night this week on ESPN2. Through interviews, news footage, and archival audio and video, 30 for 30 traces the life and career of O.J. Simpson, starting with his emerging football superstar status and ending with his incarceration in 2007 for armed robbery and kidnapping. Watch