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Follow live: Day 2 at Wimbledon

The first major upset at Wimbledon happened Tuesday on the women's side, where No. 3 seed Simona Halep lost her first-round match. Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer all enjoyed straight-set victories (live on ESPN & WatchESPN).

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Your vote decides who will take home the ESPY for Best Male and Female Athlete, Best Play and so much more. The results will air on the 2015 ESPYS on July 15 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Why are the Cavs pursuing Dunleavy?
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While ESPN's Kevin Pelton says it's likely Mike Dunleavy returns to Chicago, the Cavs are making a play because he could "slot into that James Jones role -- someone who can knock down open 3-pointers."

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Simona Halep having an off ... year
Tennis 

Last year, world No. 3 Halep won 15 matches at the season’s first three Grand Slams. This year? The 23-year-old Romanian won just five -- and she took a first-round Wimbledon exit today thanks to Jana Cepelova. Day 2 on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Pop: Don't wake me up for free agency
NBA 

NBA free agency starts at midnight tonight, but don't count Gregg Popovich among those to be making calls. The Spurs coach, 66, told the San Antonio Express-News: "I'm not calling anyone at midnight. I'll be in bed. And if that’s the difference in someone coming or not coming, then I don't want them.”

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Germany the World Cup favorite
Women's World Cup 

According to FiveThirtyEight, the winner of the Germany-U.S. Women's World Cup semifinal is the leader to win the title.

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Wozniacki shaky in Wimbledon opener
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Caroline Wozniacki dug herself out of a few holes to claim the first set 7-5 over Saisai Zheng. Can she hang on to win the match? Live on WatchESPN

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Ridnour's contract attractive to teams
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Luke Ridnour has been traded four times this offseason, and Royce Young tells SportsCenter it's because of his valuable contract, which can be used to "manipulate the system."

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Bouchard relieved to be done in London?
Tennis 

Said Genie Bouchard, who lost in the first round of Wimbledon today: "In a way, I'm going to be kind of happy to put this period behind me, for sure. Very disappointed in my last couple months." Day 2 continues on ESPN, WatchESPN

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5-on-5: NBA free-agency preview
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Who is the best free agent not named LeBron James? Which team should you look out for? Our 5-on-5 panel has what you need to know before 12:01 a.m. ET. Free agency primer

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Russell Wilson assuming all the risk
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Said Adam Caplan: "If he suffers a significant injury, you don't know what's going to happen."

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Miller: Another marquee matchup
College Football 

It may be a few seasons away, but the anticipation is already building for an Oregon-Auburn matchup, fruits of the selection committee telling Power 5 teams that strength of schedule is paramount and cowardly avoidance of competition -- yep, we're looking at you, Baylor -- will be penalized. Tasty yield from CFP

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Beast Mode dives into Skittles

If you've ever wanted to see Marshawn Lynch take his trademark backward end-zone dive out of the endzone and into a giant container of Skittles, wait no longer. Lynch's colorful dive

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Countdown to the Body Issue: 6 days
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Blake Griffin in the 2011 Body Issue was a slam dunk, as the new issue out July 6 is sure to be.

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Genie Bouchard taking steps back
Tennis 

Since reaching last year’s Wimbledon final, Bouchard has lost 22 of her last 39 matches -- 13 of which were in straight sets. She had lost just 11 of her prior 41 matches, and only 5 in straight sets. (via FiveThirtyEight's Carl Bialik.) Day 2 on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Bowden: Identifying MLB's trade sellers
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Among the teams who are likely to be sellers before the July 31 trade deadline are the Brewers, who must try and persuade teams that SS Jean Segura can return to his rookie form and that 3B Aramis Ramirez has something left in the tank. 10 likely sellers (Insider)

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Calipari denies Kings' rumors
NBA 

Said Chris Broussard of John Calipari and Sacramento discussing a job: "It's not a stretch they may have talked about it to some degree," adding that if Calipari would ever be swayed to leave Kentucky, "it would take some ownership stakes."

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Butler cancels meetings with other teams
NBA 

Chances that Jimmy Butler plays anywhere but Chicago? Says Chris Broussard: "None, really."

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How good are the Royals?
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Tim Kurkjian explains to SportsCenter that the Royals are the best team in a weak American League thanks to great defense and a strong bullpen.

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Third-seeded Andy Murray def. Mikhail Kukushkin in straight sets, Murray hasn't lost before quarterfinals in last 17 Grand Slam appearances

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The Cavs announce they have extended qualifying offers to Dellavedova, Shumpert & T. Thompson making them restricted free agents