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Follow live: Djokovic's Wimbledon battle continues

Novak Djokovic's fight for a quarterfinal bid is back on, and he's up a break on Kevin Anderson in the fifth set at Wimbledon (live on ESPN, ESPN2 & WatchESPN).

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Kevin Pelton

Pelton: Gasol, Spurs latest free agency winners

The Grizzlies committed to Marc Gasol for five years, and the Spurs convinced another veteran to take a pay cut for a title chase. Kevin Pelton sorts through the sixth day of free agency.

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Did A-Rod get snubbed? (1:26)
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Tigers crush Mariners (1:00)
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FSU releases QB Johnson in wake of bar incident (3:17)
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Serena ousts Venus in straight sets (0:46)
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2015 ESPYS: Vote for best team

The six teams nominated for 2015 ESPY for Best Team posted dramatic wins, upsets and amazing championship seasons. But who was the best of the best? Vote now!

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Lloyd: There's nothing like a World Cup (4:38)
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The million-dollar basketball tournament (2:47)
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Okamoto: McGregor-Mendes preview

Can Conor McGregor handle Chad Mendes' wrestling? Will Mendes opt to strike with McGregor? Brett Okamoto previews their UFC 189 interim featherweight title bout.

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Watch: Austin Dillon on SportsCenter
NASCAR 

The NASCAR driver flew into the catch fence on a last-lap crash at Daytona over the weekend. He's coming up on SportsCenter. Live on ESPNews

NASCAR 

Bonner blames iPhone for wonky elbow
NBA 

Matt Bonner on his 3-point shooting dip last season: “Everybody is going to find this hilarious, but ... When the new iPhone came out it was way bigger than the last one ... you have to stretch further to hit the buttons, and I honestly think that’s how I ended up developing [tennis elbow].” (via Concord Monitor)

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NBA 

Djoker staying alive at Wimbledon
Tennis 

No. 1 Novak Djokovic is tied 5-5 in the fifth set against No. 14 Kevin Anderson, after holding his serve. The Wimbledon match was suspended Monday due to darkness and resumed today. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

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Tennis 

No All-Star Game for A-Rod
MLB 

Seattle's Nelson Cruz, who was voted in by the fans, and Texas' Prince Fielder are the two AL All-Star designated hitters. Both have a higher batting average and more RBIs than Alex Rodriguez.

MLB 

Jordan Speith: I'd miss McIlroy at the Open
Golf 

About Rory McIlroy's ankle injury, which may keep him out of next week's Open Championship, Speith told the Golf Channel: "You want the defending champion, much less the best player in the world at the event. ... Losing the No. 1 player in the world for a major championship would be tough."

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Golf 

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Sharapova just double faulted for the 2nd time in her 2nd service game alone, raising her tourney total to 30 double faults, most in field.

Is Roger Federer the GOAT?
Tennis 

Seven-time Grand Slam champion Mats Wilander thinks so, and don't bother coming at him with any other opinion. Said Wilander: "I don't give a s--- whether Federer wins another Grand Slam. I don't care. And no one should care. People should stop caring about this as Federer doesn't care." He didn't stop there

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Tennis 

BBTN's Monday night Web Gem
MLB 

Aaron Hicks made an over-the-shoulder catch while avoiding the wall, but can it top Avisail Garcia's home run robbery?

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MLB 

Vanuatu beats Micronesia -- by a lot
Soccer 

Vanuatu won the Olympic qualifying soccer match at the Pacific Games 46-0. That's a rate of a goal every TWO MINUTES. Jean Kaltak had 16 goals for Vanuatu, which, despite the massive win, was knocked out of the Games after taking third in its group. Micronesia surrendered 114 goals in the tournament. Story

Soccer 

Watch: Novak Djokovic in 5th set
Tennis 

After a short rain delay, the top seed and 14-seed Kevin Anderson play their fifth set after their fourth-round match was suspended Monday due to darkness. Anderson took the first 2 sets and Djoker battled back 6-1, 6-4 to force a fifth. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

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Watch: Maria Sharapova in quarterfinals
Tennis 

The 4-seed has yet to drop a set at Wimbledon as she faces Coco Vandeweghe -- 1 of the 3 American women in the quarters -- on Centre Court. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Price upset with Mariners' bullpen mound
MLB 

Tigers LHP David Price tweeted his displeasure, telling Seattle to "#beatmedontcheatme." According to Price, the landing area was flatter than normal. "You go from that mound to the game mound and your foot's not hitting the ground where it was hitting in your last 40 throws in the bullpen. It's completely different and that is how guys get hurt."

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MLB 

Spurs looking stacked
NBA 

With the return of Manu Ginobili, the Spurs have retained all of their key pieces from last season -- while adding this offseason's prized jewel, LaMarcus Aldridge.

NBA 

Mayweather stripped of WBO title
Boxing 

Floyd Mayweather's welterweight world title was stripped by the WBO in a procedural move. Boxers cannot hold world titles in multiple weight classes, and Mayweather failed to vacate his two junior middleweight titles and pay a $200K sanctioning fee by Friday's deadline. He has 14 days to file a written appeal. Story

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Boxing 

Yordano Ventura returning Thursday

The RHP will start Thursday for the Royals after not playing since June 12 due to ulnar nerve irritation in his right elbow, which caused bouts of numbness. Ventura dealt with a slight recurrence of the symptoms in his final Triple-A rehab start but it won't keep him off the mound.

Haynesworth regrets leaving Titans
NFL 

Albert Haynesworth, regarded as a free-agent bust in Washington, wrote in The Players' Tribune that he never should have left Tennessee for a $100M deal with the Redskins. In a letter to his younger self, Haynesworth writes: "If nothing else, listen to me on this, Albert: Do not leave the Tennessee Titans."

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NFL 

Djoker's fate will have to wait
Tennis 

Manic Monday turned into utter chaos for defending champion Novak Djokovic, who had to wait until Tuesday to play a deciding fifth set against Kevin Anderson. Play suspended

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Tennis 

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Novak Djokovic: bidding to reach quarterfinals at Wimbledon for 7th straight time (has not lost before quarters at Wimbledon since 2008)