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What's in store at the 98th PGA?

Wait, it's PGA Championship week? The lightning-fast turnaround to another major has thrown everyone in golf off-kilter, but will it have an effect inside the ropes? Depends on whom you ask.

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Conte: I will rebuild 'very strange' Chelsea

In an interview with Gab Marcotti, Antonio Conte opens up about his system, his players and what he'll need to do to make the Blues a force again. Watch Chelsea-Liverpool clash in the International Champions Cup live on ESPN & WatchESPN.

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Milan tops Bayern in PK shootout (2:09)
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PSG's big first half leads to win over Real Madrid (1:09)
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Chapman dazzles in debut as Cubs rout White Sox (1:03)
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Cespedes crushes Wainwright pitch 447 feet (0:37)
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Durant feels the love in his Oracle debut

Kevin Durant made his Oracle Arena debut as a member of the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday while playing for USA Basketball in an Olympic tuneup. The newly minted Warrior is quickly making himself at home.

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Cabrera smashes tie-breaking homer (0:32)
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White Sox fan takes hilarious stance on uncomfortable throwbacks (0:22)
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Manning, Megatron highlight 2016 NFL all-retirement team

There's enough talent retiring from the NFL this offseason to fill out a stellar 22-man roster -- one that would have serious playoff potential if it competed as the league's 33rd team this fall.

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The Hasselbecks' bike ride around ESPN (1:19)
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This is how you shut down a dunk contest (0:39)
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Stephen A.: The Cowboys continue to be an absolute joke (2:15)
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7 Other times NBA ambition went wrong... (1:00)
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Striking out ALS with Ice Bucket Challenge (1:29)

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Milan tops Bayern in PK shootout
Soccer 

Milan opened its International Champions Cup campaign with a shootout win over Bayern Munich.

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Soccer 

Globetrotter, SkyCoaster a great match

Harlem Globetrotter Bull Bullard straps into the SkyCoaster, which drops him 110 feet going 60 miles per hour and allows him to perfectly time a shot, making it into a hoop on the ground.

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Chapman dazzles in his debut with Cubs
MLB 

Aroldis Chapman pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning as the Cubs rolled to an 8-1 win over the White Sox.

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Sapp survives shark attack
NFL 

Hall of Famer Warren Sapp got a gash on his left forearm after encountering a shark while on a lobstering trip off the Florida Keys. Ouch!

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NFL 

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Aroldis Chapman turned down a request from reporters to speak after making his Cubs debut. He did speak with Pedro Gomez on the field but refused to speak in the Cubs clubhouse.

Between-the-legs to cross-court winner
Tennis 

Denis Shapovalov shows off some style, hitting a between-the-legs return followed by a cross-court winner to take the point.

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Kucka's goal puts AC Milan ahead
Soccer 

Juraj Kucka's long-range shot that deflected to cross up the goalie finds the back of the net, putting Milan back in front 3-2.

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Patrick Dorsey ESPN Editor 

Liverpool got a rousing welcome at the Rose Bowl, where there's a little more red than Chelsea blue. Kickoff is 11:35 p.m. ET on ESPN/WatchESPN.

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This baseball has a mind of its own
MLB 

Jedd Gyorko's ground ball somehow spun fair after looking like a clear foul ball, leading to Gyorko being thrown out at first base.

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Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

Aroldis Chapman threw 13 heaters in his Cubs debut at Wrigley: 101, 101, 102, 101, 102, 101, 103, 101, 101, 100, 100, 102 & 103. Vroom!

Bertolacci's goal for AC Milan ties match
Soccer 

Andrea Bertolacci picks the ball out of the air with a sweet volley to tie AC Milan's match against Bayern Munich at 2-2.

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Bayern takes lead on Alaba's big blast
Soccer 

With plenty of space from way outside the box, David Alaba rips a shot that finds the back of the net to give Bayern Munich a 2-1 lead over AC Milan.

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Pirates fan sacrifices body to make catch
MLB 

This Pirates fan makes a fine catch by going all out to grab a foul ball, while his momentum takes him backwards.

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Sale's suspension a strange saga
MLB 

It has been a bizarre week for Chris Sale and the White Sox. When news broke on Saturday that he was scratched from his start, few could have predicted what precipitated it.

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Bryant's homer puts Cubs on the board
MLB 

Kris Bryant's solo home run in the bottom of the sixth inning tied the Cubs-White Sox at 1-1.

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Mets closer Jeurys Familia: 1st blown save after converting last 52 opportunities. It was the 3rd-longest streak in MLB history.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Despite a strong start from Dylan Bundy (five perfect innings before tiring), the Orioles lost 3-1 in the rubber match against the Rockies. It's just the second time this season that the O's - whose .698 home winning percentage is the best in baseball - have dropped a series at Camden Yards.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Kris Bryant broke up Anthony Ranaudo's no hitter with his 26th home run of the season in the sixth inning. It matches his total from all of last season. And it tied the game at 1-1.

Dr. J: LaVine an all-time great dunker
NBA 

Julius Erving says Zach LaVine, the two-time reigning NBA Slam Dunk champion, is already among the greatest dunkers of all time. Joining dunking royalty

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Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

Pretty epic battle between Adam Wainwright and Yoenis Cespedes in the seventh inning. Wainwright was riding a string of eight quality starts in his previous nine outings and he has regained manager Mike Matheny's trust late in games, so he was facing Cespedes even though his pitch count had gone over 110 with two runners on in the seventh inning. After Cespedes fouled off a good high fastball on 3-and-2, Wainwright hung a curveball on his 117th pitch and Cespedes hit it off the facing of the second deck for a two-run home run, his 22nd, that gave the Mets a 4-3 lead.