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Watch live: Second-half goals lift Liverpool

Divock Origi and Roberto Firmino have scored for Liverpool in its ICC match against AC Milan. Tune in on ESPN and WatchESPN.

Origi's solo effort ends with showstopper of a goal (0:43)
Left high kick puts the lights out (0:25)
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2mSheil Kapadia

DE Bennett: Cam, others must aid social change

Regarding social activism among professional athletes, Michael Bennett says the NFL's great players "are sitting back just taking the dollars, whether it's Cam Newton, all these guys."

Phillies bat around... without a single hit (0:41)
Bayern cruises past Inter behind Julian Green hat trick (1:13)
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5hBob Harig

Harrington all in for golf's Olympic return

Don't count Padraig Harrington among the naysayers about golf and the Olympics. The three-time major winner can't wait to go for the gold -- and he plans to stick around for other sports, too.

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9hJames Quintong

Carmelo Anthony not impressed by sing-along

Kyrie Irving and Jimmy Butler began a rousing rendition of Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles" on a Team USA flight, much to the chagrin of Carmelo Anthony.

Fan steals home run, gives Mutombo wag (0:40)
The struggle is real for Ruggiano (0:34)
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Cavs waive Jones; return possible, sources say

The NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers waived Dahntay Jones, the veteran reserve swingman who gave the team a spark in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. Sources say he could return to the team, though.

AP Photo/Patrick Semansky

Trump miffed debates, NFL will vie for viewers

Donald Trump says he doesn't like going up against NFL games when he debates Hillary Clinton this fall. He also says the league complained to him about the schedule, something the NFL denied.

Stevenson knocks out Williams in fourth round (1:10)
Team Colorado marches into TBT championship game (1:00)

Most important offseason news for all 32 NFL teams

The Broncos and Von Miller worked out a long-term deal, and Eddie Lacy showed up to camp in shape. NFL Nation rounds up the most important thing that happened to each team this offseason.

DeAngelo Williams' Walking Dead wedding (3:00)
2hRich Cimini

Fitzpatrick: Some fans said 'stop being greedy'

Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who re-signed with the team on Wednesday to play this season for $12 million, said some fans accused him of being greedy for holding out so long.


Andres Ferrari ESPN Editor 

Leo Santa Cruz and Carl Frampton hug before the start of the 12th and final round. Sign of respect from both after a tremendous fight.


Phillies put up obscure 8th inning

The Phillies batted around and scored four runs -- all without recording a hit.



Fighting to keep his job, welterweight Jake Ellenberger attacks Matt Brown from the start and finishes him in Round 1 at #UFC201.

Brian Campbell ESPN.com 

Welterweights Matt Brown and Jake Ellenberger enter the cage in a must-win bout for both at UFC 201. Brown is fighting to remain in the title picture while Ellenberger is fighting to keep his job.


From first to home in a flash and a jump

When the throw attempt to catch Byron Buxton stealing second went into the outfield, Buxton capitalized. Big time.


Brian Campbell ESPN.com 

Bantamweights Francisco Rivera and Erik Perez letting it all hang out to open Round 3! Both fighters stood and traded with no regards for defense as the UFC 201 crowd roared with delight. Perez was dropped early but quickly recovered. Rivera, meanwhile, with blood flowing from a cut on the side of his head, fell down due to exhaustion while unloading bombs. What a wild sequence.


Andres Ferrari ESPN Editor 

Very aggressive first round for both Leo Santa Cruz and Carl Frampton. Very entertaining start.


Billy Butler, the Bat Flipper

The Indians infielders really didn't like Butler's flip.


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Justin Verlander now has 10 career gms with at least 11 K & 1 or fewer walks - tied with Mickey Lolich & Max Scherzer for most in tm history

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

One of the strangest statistical oddities of the season: Jacoby Ellsbury has now reached base 10 times on catcher's interference, one-third of all CIs this season. No other player has more than two and Ellsbury has broken the previous record of eight, set by Roberto Kelly in 1992.

Colin Rea leaves Marlins debut early

One day after being traded from the Padres, Rea made his Marlins debut and left in the fourth inning with an undetermined injury.


Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers' Corey Seager tied the club's rookie record for doubles in a season with his 30th. There are still two months to play. Seager is now tied with Eric Karros, who set his mark in 1992.

Krylov's left high kick knocks out Herman

Nikita Krylov used a left high kick to knock out Ed Herman in the first minute of the second round at UFC 201.


Doug McIntyre ESPN Staff Writer 

U.S. striker Julian Green, who has struggled for clubs and country since scoring for the Americans, as a 19-year-old, at 2014 World Cup, on his 35-minute hat trick for Bayern Munich against Inter Milan in Saturday's International Champions Cup match in Charlotte: "It's always important for me to score," he said. "But it's one game. I scored three goals today and I'm very happy about it. Tomorrow is another day."

Brett Okamoto ESPN Staff Writer 

UFC welterweight Jorge Masvidal, after getting a win over Ross Pearson tonight in Atlanta: "I want the winner of Matt Brown and Jake Ellenberger as soon as possible."

MJ still shows no mercy on the court

The Hall of Famer had a chance to earn free shoes for his entire Flight School basketball camp. All he had to do was miss three shots. CC: CP3, Derek Fisher

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Kevin Kiermaier does it again

The Rays CF went up, up and away to make this leaping catch at the wall.


Shelley Smith ESPN Reporter 

Day one in the books!


Brian Campbell ESPN.com 

"I had enough motivation entering this fight after the fight with [UFC flyweight champion] Demetrious [Johnson] was called off, but that would have been a life-changing fight for me. Next, if Henry Cejudo or Joseph Benavidez gets hurt, I'd like to step in for one of them. Ian McCall on a quick turnaround would also be a possibility, but I'd have to talk to my coaches first." -- Wilson Reis, on what's next after his first-round submission win over Hector Sandoval at UFC 201.


Jim Bowden ESPN Senior Writer 

Padres sending 10.5m to Braves in Kemp trade