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NBA free agency: Who's going where?

The market is open. NBA free agency news is coming in fast. Stay up to date with the latest on Kevin Durant and others right here.

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Thank you, Mike Tirico (3:58)
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Giants' Bochy: Derby idea 'nixed' for Bumgarner

Giants manager Bruce Bochy said the idea of Madison Bumgarner entering the All-Star Home Run Derby has been "nixed" because the players' union didn't want a derby slot being taken by a pitcher.

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Ramer's two errors on same play give Coastal Carolina the lead (0:54)
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What makes Durant so likely to return to Thunder? (0:52)
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Moss makes Busch Stadium history with HR (0:36)
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When the only Chanticleer in MLB celebrates (0:37)
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CFL player celebrates TD on wrong bench after knocking down coach (0:46)
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When rage takes over on the tennis court (0:49)
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Kevin Durant as a Golden State Warrior? (1:09)
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Shelburne: Durant needs to give Lakers meeting out of respect (1:39)
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His & Hers debates where Durant should sign (1:30)
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Emma Coburn and the controlled chaos of the water jump

Instead of barriers that tip over, the steeplechase contains four immovable barriers and a 30-inch wall that is set in front of a 10-foot-long pool of water. Sound crazy? U.S. Olympic hopeful Emma Coburn shows how it's done.

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50 datos sobre Mike Tyson en sus 50 años

El mocetón de Catskill, Nueva York, ha tenido una vida sin medias tintas, siempre en lo más alto o lo más bajo. Aquí te recordamos sus momentos más importantes.

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Will Dwight Howard get $24M per season?
NBA 

Dwight Howard is seeking a free-agent contract that starts at $24 million per season. Brian Windhorst offers his take on whether Howard will get such a deal.

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Who's going where in the NBA?
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The market is officially open in the NBA. Stay up to date with the latest on Kevin Durant and others right here. All the latest news

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Where would you go in NBA free agency?
NBA 

Bright lights of New York, championship culture of San Antonio or Hollywood lifestyle of L.A.? When it comes to destinations, NBA players have their choices. Where would you sign in free agency? Take our quiz

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NBA 

Thank you, Mike Tirico

As Mike Tirico says goodbye to ESPN, take a look back at some of his most memorable moments over the past 25 years.

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Surprised by Noah's reported deal?
NBA 

Brian Windhorst chimes in on Joakim Noah being close to agreeing to a four-year, $72 million deal with the Knicks.

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2015 was a good year for Roger Goodell
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The NFL paid commissioner Roger Goodell $32 million in fiscal year 2015, SportsBusiness Journal reports, citing the league's 2015 tax filing. Big money for the commish

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Vince Wilfork doesn't care what you think
NFL 

"Everybody knows that I have a big stomach, but I think sometimes that overshadows everything else on my body. ... The only thing I don't have that they got is six-packs. But I really don't care about six-packs." Wilfork's body

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When rage takes over on tennis court
Tennis 

Tennis is normally considered a polite game. But in honor of Viktor Troicki's epic meltdown, relive some of the greatest moments of rage on the court.

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Moss makes Busch history with homer
MLB 

The Cardinals' Brandon Moss ripped a home run 477 feet to right field, giving him the distinction of hitting the longest home run in the history of Busch Stadium.

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Portugal advances on penalty kicks
Soccer 

It wasn't pretty, but it worked: Portugal rallied to beat Poland, winning on penalty kicks to reach the Euro 2016 semifinals. Portugal prevails

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Chandler Parsons was always certain he'd get a max offer, which is why he felt disrespected by Dallas trying to get him to take much less.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Either way, whether Portland or Memphis, it appears Parsons and agent Dan Fegan will get the max deal they vowed to get after Dallas divorce

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Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Chandler Parsons has a strong advocate in Memphis in new Grizz assistant J.B. Bickerstaff. Word is Mike Conley wants him, too, IF he stays

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Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

From tonight's meeting with Portland, Chandler Parsons is scheduled to move to a sitdown later Monday with Memphis, league sources say

NBA 

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Shooting guard Courtney Lee is getting early interest from the Knicks and Kings, a league source said.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks have several shooting guards on their radar, including Austin Rivers, Evan Turner, Eric Gordon and Courtney Lee, per sources. The first domino for New York is Joakim Noah, though. If and when they agree to a number with Noah, they will move on to shooting guard. The club also hasn't ruled out the possibility of meeting with Kevin Durant, sources say. Their meeting with Noah is scheduled for tomorrow and will take place in Orlando, according to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne. The Knicks' interest in Rivers and location of the Noah meeting was first reported by The Vertical.

Mike Tirico says goodbye to ESPN

Twenty-five years to the day that he made his ESPN debut, Mike Tirico bids adieu from the set at Euro 2016 in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower.

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CFL player celebrates TD on wrong bench
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Montreal Alouettes wide receiver Duron Carter heads to the wrong bench to celebrate a touchdown catch and then it gets even more interesting.

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Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Sources say Washington and Bradley Beal have swiftly moved into contract talks and hope to have deal terms agreed later this morning

NBA 

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

It's past midnight, so it's now July 1. And Mets fans know what that annually means. The Mets must cut Bobby Bonilla a check for $1,193,248.20 today. And every July 1 through 2035.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Happy NBA Free Agency from Los Angeles.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

The Mavs, sources say, will then return to Dallas for its separate meetings on home turf later Friday with Mike Conley and Nicolas Batum

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Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

ESPN sources say that Dallas is scheduled to commence meeting with Hassan Whiteside in New York soon after free agency begins at 12:01 a.m.

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