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1mKevin Arnovitz

Sefolosha says arrest has hurt his reputation

Hawks forward Thabo Sefolosha blames police for the leg injuries he suffered during his April arrest in New York and told ESPN that the incident has damaged his reputation.

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21hDavid Schoenfield

Time for some fearless predictions!

Among the predictions: The San Francisco Giants' Brandon Crawford will win the NL MVP award and the Los Angeles Dodgers will pick up Aroldis Chapman.

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Photos: Friday Funnies - Celebration Fails

Celebrations can be pretty epic, but for some ... in not such a great way. A look at some of the top celebration fails on the field.

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Reimagining NBA mascots as cartoon characters

A two-man, Montreal-based design firm released a batch of 16 reimagined NBA mascots that look like they were taken straight out of Looney Tunes.

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Jameis Winston: 'I'm fortunate'

The No. 1 overall pick on his transition to the NFL: "You've got to carry yourself the right way. ... We represent a community. And a community that's filled with kids that want to be us one day."

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Shots 19-11 through 40 min for the Lightning, who were the better team in the second period, not to mention killed two penalties

Bour's HR lifts Marlins past Mets, Harvey
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Matt Harvey struck out 11 Marlins over 8 innings, but Justin Bour's three-run blast in the fourth was the difference as Miami held on for a 4-3 win.

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Tulo breaks slump

Rockies SS Troy Tulowitzki entered tonight with no home runs since April 25. He made up for that with a 4-for-4, two HR game in Colorado's 4-0 win tonight.

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Frazier gives Cincy some cushion

Todd Frazier said so long to a Blake Treinen slider for his 15th homer on the season. The Reds lead the Nationals 5-2 through 7 innings. Follow live

Bettis nearly no-hits Phillies in win

Chad Bettis came five outs from a no-hitter, but eight shutout innings from him and two Troy Tulowitzki homers still got the Rockies a 4-1 win. Box score

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Mike Mazzeo @MazzESPN

#NYR fans chanting "Hen-rik! Hen-rik!" Also breathing a massive sigh of relief. Great glove save by Hank on Garrison streaking back-door.

Big Apple teams big in home Game 7's
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The Rangers are a perfect 7-0 when hosting Game 7's. Combined with their fellow Madison Square Garden residents, the Knicks, they are a formidable 11-2 in Game 7's played in Manhattan.

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Mike Mazzeo @MazzESPN

#NYR power play much better when it doesn't set up and just tries an odd-man rush. Unless you liked blocked shots and bad passes.

Hamilton slugs second HR of game

Josh Hamilton has homered twice tonight vs. Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright. They were Hamilton's first HRs of the season as the Rangers are up 3-2 in the 6th. Follow live

Chad Bettis' no-hit bid ends in 8th

Cody Asche's single with 1 out in the 8th stopped the Rockies starter's no-hitter. Bettis had taken a perfect game into the 7th. The shutout is still possible as the Rockies lead the Phillies 2-0. Follow live

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Triplets without a shot in first period
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The Lightning's "Triplets" line of Tyler Johnson, Ondrej Palat, and Nikita Kucherov was held without a shot on goal in the first period of Game 7 on Friday. The line had 22 points in the first 6 games of the series.

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