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FIFA officials arrested, face U.S. extradition

Swiss federal prosecutors opened criminal proceedings related to the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups hours after six FIFA officials were arrested and 14 indicted in a separate corruption probe.

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10hPaul Gutierrez

Kaepernick sorry for insensitive flooding post

Colin Kaepernick, who has nearly 755,000 Twitter followers and 1.3 million followers on Instagram, deleted and apologized Tuesday for a post that trivialized deadly floods in the Houston area.

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4hMark Saxon

Emotional Uribe says trade to Braves complete

Dodgers infielder Juan Uribe said Tuesday night he was told a trade with the Atlanta Braves would be made official either later tonight or Wednesday morning.

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Mike Sando

Sando: The soaring cost of NFL QB contracts

Mike Sando explains why the cost of quarterback contracts in the NFL will continue to rise -- and what that means for upcoming contract negotiations for Cam Newton and Russell Wilson.

Cavs advance to Finals

Finals big for Cleveland fans (0:55)

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MLB Walk-offs

Mets walk off in 10 (0:50)

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French Open

60-Second Slice: Day 3 (0:59)

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17hDavid Purdum

Point spreads play key role in TV ratings

Two economists have shown that the point spread plays a significant role in viewing interest, at times producing 30 percent spikes in TV ratings on noncompetitive games.

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19hBob Ehalt

Baffert seeks to join rare company

At age 75, Billy Turner's the only person on Earth who can say he has trained a Triple Crown winner. He would love to welcome Bob Baffert to that exclusive club.

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X Games Austin preview -- Tom Schaar (3:49)

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Smith: LeBron best in the world (2:15)

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Experts' picks: AT&T Byron Nelson

Which golfer will win this week's AT&T Byron Nelson? Aussie Marc Leishman seems to be the trendy pick among our experts.

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Braves shut out by Kershaw, Dodgers (0:37)

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FBI, IRS raid CONCACAF headquarters
Soccer 

FBI and IRS agents raided the Miami headquarters with search warrants this morning, according to APO. Said U.S. attorney general Loretta E. Lynch in a statement: "[A U.S.] indictment alleges corruption that is rampant, systemic, and deep-rooted both abroad and here in the United States." Story

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Soccer 

Wawrinka advances, to play Johnson
Tennis 

Stan Wawrinka held off Dusan Lajovic in four sets, 6-3, 6-4, 5-7, 6-3, to advance to the third round of the French Open. He'll face American Steve Johnson in their first career meeting. Johnson was the only 4-time NCAA team winner and 2-time singles champion.

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Tennis 

Cavs celebrate in style (with a hot tub)
NBA 

After sweeping the Hawks, LeBron James, J.R. Smith and the Cavaliers hit the hot tub, took a news-conference selfie and much more as part of a jubilant postgame celebration. Cavs live it up

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NBA 

FIFA execs face corruption charges
Soccer 

Nine top FIFA officials have been indicted for corruption charges involving World Cup bids awarded to Russia and Qatar. FIFA president Sepp Blatter is not involved in the investigation, and his election will go ahead as planned on Friday. Story

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Soccer 

Sharapova breezes to next round
Tennis 

Maria Sharapova defeated compatriot Vitalia Diatchenko 6-3, 6-1 in this morning's French Open action. She'll next face Sam Stosur. Of the upcoming match, Sharapova said: "There are a lot of untraditional things she does but I enjoy that challenge."

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Tennis 

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Lajovic takes the third set to extend the match against Wawrinka. Johnson & Stakhovsky level at 4-all in the fourth. #RG15

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Johnson goes up by a set, winning the third set tie-break over Stakhovsky 7-5. Meanwhile, Federer wins first set 6-2 over Granollers. #RG15

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Sharapova closes out Diatchenko 6-3 6-1. She'll next face Stosur, and winner of that match will face Safarova-Liskicki winner. #RG15

Federer set for second-round match

Roger Federer did not have any issues in his first-round match at the French Open -- until the lack of crowd control at the end. Will security be more attentive this time around as the 17-time Grand Slam champ gets set to face Marcel Granollers? Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

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Update on women's scores: Stosur 6-0 2-0 over Hesse Lisicki 6-1 over Gavrilova Beck 6-2 over Kania Safarova 6-2 over Nara #RG15

Sharapova meets fellow Russian in Paris

After overcoming a cold in her first match, Maria Sharapova takes on Vitalia Diatchenko as the defending champion looks to continue her run to become the first woman since 2007 to defend her crown at the clay-court tournament. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

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Blatt leaves his star hanging
NBA 

It's about the only thing that went wrong for the Cavs on Tuesday night. After sharing a moment with his star player, David Blatt left LeBron hanging to attend to the remainder of the game.

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NBA 

Dodgers trade Uribe to Braves
MLB 

Juan Uribe was told he'd been traded to the Braves on Tuesday night. Upon hearing the news, Adrian Gonzalez told reporters, "I’m not going to be able to charge room service to his room anymore.” Pending MLB approval

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MLB 

Who wins Rangers-Lightning Game 7?
NHL 

Barry Melrose makes his prediction for Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals: "The two teams are very evenly matched ... but the goaltender makes the difference. It's the most important position of any position in sports."

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NHL 

Previewing Day 4 at the French Open
Tennis 

Maria Sharapova and Roger Federer are back on the court Wednesday. Has Sharapova shaken her sickness? Can Federer put the fan who rushed the court behind him?

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Tennis 

Kershaw, Dodgers blank Braves

What two-month slump? Clayton Kershaw was dominant through 7 scoreless innings, fanning 10 Braves and allowing only 4 hits with no walks to improve to 3-3. L.A. backed its ace with 3 RBI doubles and a two-run HR from Adrian Gonzalez, who now has 1,001 career RBIs. Box score

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Howard not suspended for Game 5
NBA 

After review, the NBA elected not to suspend Dwight Howard for clipping Andrew Bogut's face in Game 4: “I deemed it unnecessary but not unnecessary and excessive,” NBA president of basketball operations Rod Thorn said. “It wasn’t over the limit.”

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