They're hosting the Dodgers live on ESPN and WatchESPN.
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They're hosting the Dodgers live on ESPN and WatchESPN.
We're officially 100 days away from the 2016 NFL season. To celebrate, our NFL reporters compiled 100 predictions that will help shape next season.
The 73-win Warriors reaching the NBA Finals shouldn't defy expectations. And yet Golden State's wild playoff ride has done so, making the latest Oracle celebration the sweetest yet.
LeBron James is back in the Finals for the sixth straight time, hoping to end the Cavaliers' title drought, while Stephen Curry and the Warriors seek a repeat after a 3-1 comeback in the West finals. Who has the edge? Let's look at the analytics.
There hasn't been a game in months. So how much can the rankings really change? With NBA decisions and transfers -- a lot. Well, except for the team at the top.
The Kevin Durant sweepstakes starts now, but KD is likely staying in OKC, writes Marc Stein.
The Penguins' rookies shined in the spotlight, but their high-tempo tone again was set by captain Sidney Crosby. "You could see his hunger to win," coach Mike Sullivan said. "He's inspiring."
For 28 years, Phil Pritchard, the keeper of the Stanley Cup, has squired the coolest trophy in sports around the world, from war zones to the bottom of Mario Lemieux's pool. Since the Cup can't talk, we asked Pritchard to spill some of Stanley's secrets.
Will a poor result put Klinsmann's job in danger? And how far will the Americans go? We answer these questions and more ahead of Friday's kickoff.
Red Sox slugger David Ortiz estimates he once devoured 1,000 wings at once and played a trick on some Yankees fans at a Buffalo Wild Wings.
Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy all own the spotlight this week at Jack Nicklaus' event, but keep a watchful eye on those who might sneak into the "Big Three" conversation.
FedEx has dangled sponsorship and other revenue to help land Memphis in the Big 12. But the shipping giant's money, and that of other big businesses, might not be enough.
The top 25 teams are always looking ahead. Where will 2017's No. 1 recruit, Trey Smith, land? What's Jim Harbaugh's next move at Michigan? And what about Baylor?
It's tough for Terry Collins to see David Wright struggle with injuries, the latest to his neck that is keeping him out of the lineup.
Major League Baseball is talking about raising the bottom of the strike zone. But what impact would that really have on the game? Jayson Stark tries to answer that question and more.
Coming so close to knocking off the defending champs will make for a painful summer in Oklahoma City, but the Thunder still had a remarkable season.
Don't expect Aaron Rodgers to prolong his athletic days at the YMCA after his NFL career is over, as the Packers' QB is interested in film production.
The Cowboys are using new technology to help them hold onto the football and prevent fumbles.
Conor McGregor has plenty of adjustments in mind should he secure a welterweight rematch against Nate Diaz. The UFC featherweight champion is ready to pick up where he left off as a risk-taker.
Heading into Copa America, Mexico's Chicharito has finally won over his home fans. But is it a love meant to last?
If you're an avid golfer who has ventured to Florida, you have probably seen your share of alligators on the links. But probably none this big ...
Como cada torneo, hubo jugadores que brillaron en su posición y otros que dejarán en el olvido este campeonato después de su mala actuación.
Kings G Darren Collison was arrested Monday on a domestic violence charge. "We are gathering additional information and once all facts are known we will take appropriate steps," the Kings said in a statement. Story
Xander Bogaerts extends his hitting streak to 24 games with a flare to left field.
The lesson is don't bet against Steph Curry.
Jake Arrieta froze Dodgers SS Corey Seager for a called third strike in the first inning on Tuesday night. Manager Joe Maddon often cites how opposing hitters freeze on some of Arrieta's better pitches. "Just watch their takes" he often says. When they walk away shaking their head you know Arrieta is on.
We're 100 days away from the NFL coming back, so ESPN's NFL reporters compiled predictions that will shape the 2016 season. Check them out
Jake Arrieta faces the Dodgers for the first time since he no-hit them last season as the Cubs try to win an MLB-record 24th straight game with Arrieta on the bump. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN
Colby College's Pat Dickert, who stands at 6-foot-2, took off from behind the free throw line to jam it home.
Injuries just keep on coming for the Dodgers as Yasiel Puig was a late scratch Tuesday with a sore left hamstring. The news comes as starter Alex Wood is being pointed toward the DL because of a triceps injury. Kenta Maeda is also experiencing soreness in his right hand after getting hit with a line drive Saturday.
The MVP was triumphant in Game 7 of the conference finals, but Steph Curry couldn't get a kiss from daughter Riley after the game.
The Cubs have announced a start time of approx 730 pm CT as the tarp has come off the field. Jake Arrieta will indeed get a chance to become baseball's first 10-game winner.
Every game the Warriors and Thunder played seemed to be epic. Take a look at the best moments from their battles.
Mookie Betts has two home runs in the 1st two innings tonight. It's his 4th career multi-HR game. He has never hit 3 HR in a game before
Cubs/Dodgers should have a short delay at Wrigley Field as rain moves through the area. The tarp is still on the field with game time less than an hour away.
VIDEO: Watch Brazilian soccer star Neymar of FC Barcelona take batting practice from Mets hitting coach Kevin Long, meet outfielder Yoenis Cespedes, juggle a soccer ball and talk about his experience at Citi Field on Tuesday.
The Mariners homered five times in their 16-4 victory over the Padres.
The Giants rookie cornerback channeled his inner Charles Barkley.
Always look back before passing to your keeper.
Bush's reversal of the field against the Oregon Ducks continues our GameDay 100.