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Manziel's lawyer uncertain QB can stay clean

A text message accidentally sent to The Associated Press shows that Johnny Manziel's lawyer is seeking a plea deal in his domestic violence case and has concerns about his ability to stay sober.

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Rose to Chicago: 'Thank you' for trading me (0:18)
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The offseason of James Harden begins today

After a difficult season, Rockets star James Harden is determined to rebuild a winner in Houston -- no matter what (and who) it takes.

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Boogie's Twitter game is on point (1:06)
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'The Dikembe Mutombo song' will make your day (2:25)
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Nichols: NBA must address one-and-done (2:17)
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By presidential decree: Put a shirt on, J.R. (0:24)
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USA Basketball: Rio Olympics coverage

Many of the NBA's best are headed to Rio in search of a third straight gold medal. As Coach K & Co. take on the world, we're tracking all things Team USA hoops.

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Jemele says Knicks 'delusional' if they think Durant is coming (1:51)
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Sports Misery Index: Cleveland passes its crown

Now that the Cavs have won a championship, which city replaces Cleveland as the most tortured? Bill Barnwell unveils his Misery Index to determine the fan base that has suffered the most.

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Mom drops off Eli Apple for first day of practice (0:33)
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How to Take a Penalty

Getting a penalty in soccer might seem like a surefire way to score a goal, but there's an art to it that is often missed. Those who ignore it from 12 yards out are doomed to miss. Check out our guide to understanding the mysterious ways of the spot kick.

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Little Patriots fan gives Steve Smith Sr. smack talk (0:23)
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Braves GM doesn't expect to trade ace Teheran

Julio Teheran is expected to be one of baseball's most coveted pitchers as the trade deadline approaches, but Braves GM John Coppolella said he doesn't think the team will trade the ace.

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Watch: College World Series
NCAA Men Baseball 

Coastal Carolina (2-1) faces TCU (2-0) in rematch of Tuesday's game which the Horned Frogs won 6-1. If TCU wins, it advances to the CWS Finals. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Corey Pronman ESPN Writer 

Arizona selects Keller. Set records at the USNTDP in scoring. A dynamic playmaker with great speed hands and intelligence.

NHL 

With the 7th pick of the NHL Draft

The Arizona Coyotes select Clayton Keller (C). 2016 NHL Draft tracker

Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

Auston Matthews discusses the excitement of being drafted No. 1 overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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NHL 

Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

Canucks pass on Matthew Tkachuk to grab defenseman Olli Juolevi at No. 5. Teams were hoping he would slip but best place to get high-end defensemen is at the top of the draft. Canucks smart to grab him.

Corey Pronman ESPN Writer 

Calgary selects Matt Tkachuk. A fierce competitor with great hands and even better hockey sense. Scores wherever he goes.

NHL 

With the 6th pick of the NHL Draft
NHL Draft 

The Calgary Flames select Matthew Tkachuk (LW). Tkachuk had 11 points at the 2016 World Junior Championships, tied with Auston Matthews for the team lead. 2016 NHL Draft tracker

NHL Draft 

Corey Pronman ESPN Writer 

Vancouver selects Olli Juolevi. My top ranked defender. He's an elite skater and puck mover with tremendous hockey sense.

NHL 

With the fifth pick of the NHL Draft

The Vancouver Canucks select Olli Juolevi (D). 2016 NHL Draft Tracker

Jeff Carlisle Soccer 

Jurgen Klinsmann said he'll play his strongest team possible in tomorrow's Copa America Centenario 3rd place match vs. Colombia

Jeff Carlisle Soccer 

Jurgen Klinsmann say that Tim Howard will start in goal for the US in the Copa America Centenario 3rd place match vs. Colombia. Also indicated that John Brooks and Fabian Johnson are banged up and will be game time decisions.

Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

Jesse Puljujarvi falls into the lap of the Edmonton Oilers at No. 4. Gives GM Peter Chiarelli tons of flexibility now to trade a forward for help on defense.

Corey Pronman ESPN Writer 

Edmonton selects Puljujarvi. A dynamic offensive talent who can beat you in almost any way. A giant add to the Oilers organization.

NHL 

With the fourth pick of the NHL Draft

The Edmonton Oilers select Jesse Puljujarvi (RW). NHL Draft Tracker

Corey Pronman ESPN Writer 

Columbus selects Dubois. A very smart two-way center who can beat you with power or skill. A shocker with Puljujarvi on the board.

NHL 

Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

Chicago Blackhawks acquire two second-round picks from Montreal for Andrew Shaw. Shaw and Chicago tried to get contract extension done but term was an issue. Shaw on a team with Brendan Gallagher will make Canadiens miserable to play against.

Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

With the No. 2 overall pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, the Winnipeg Jets select forward Patrik Laine. The 6-foot-4, 206-pound winger is known for his big shot and wants the puck in big situations. "He's going to be better than all of them," said one Western Conference executive about Laine's comparison to other top draft picks. "He's a special kid."

Corey Pronman ESPN Writer 

Winnipeg selects Laine. A special scorer who had a U18 season for the ages. Laine is a big strong winger with an elite shot IQ and hands.

NHL 

With the second pick of the NHL draft

The Winnipeg Jets select Patrick Laine (RW). Laine joins Aleksander Barkov and Kari Lehtonen as the only Finnish-born players selected in the top two of the NHL Draft.

Why Auston Matthews is interesting
NHL Draft 

Matthews, drafted first overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs, became the seventh American-born player selected with the top pick and the first since Patrick Kane (2007). Live pick-by-pick analysis of 2016 NHL Draft

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NHL Draft 

Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

Maple Leafs brass gather on stage to make No. 1 overall pick. Toronto takes Auston Matthews. Arizona native patterns his game after Jonathan Toews, which the Leafs would happily take. Franchise-changer. Now, things get interesting.

Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

With the No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, the Toronto Maple Leafs select forward Auston Matthews. The 6-foot-2, 210-pound center could make an immediate impact for the Maple Leafs during his rookie season in 2016-17.

With the first pick of the NHL draft

The Toronto Maple Leafs select Auston Matthews (C). Matthews led Team USA with 7 goals and tied for team lead with 11 points at the 2016 World Junior Championships.

Final 2016 NHL mock draft
NHL Draft 

Friday's draft will be the last with just 30 teams in the first round. The Maple Leafs are on the clock. First round (Insider)

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