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Rookie Alexander Rossi wins Indianapolis 500

American driver Alexander Rossi conserved fuel in the closing laps and came home first in the 100th Indianapolis 500.

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Rossi has enough fuel to win Indy 500 (0:32)
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Rossi with the fuel run for the ages (1:16)
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All-Access: A tale of two halves (1:55)
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Stephen A.: Durant, Westbrook 'flat-out choked' (1:55)
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Warriors force Game 7 with epic victory (1:41)
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UC Davis grad impersonates LeBron (0:28)
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UNC goalie was the difference in women's lacrosse championship (1:50)
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Castro's two-run blast gives Yanks the lead (0:40)
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Wawrinka: Great win, tough conditions (0:27)
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Utley gets revenge with grand slam (0:29)
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Hill applauds Rice speaking to Ravens' rookies (0:55)
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4dMike Sando

2016 offseason grades for all 32 NFL teams

Which NFL teams actually made themselves better this offseason? Our crew of NFL Insiders dissects all the relevant draft picks and deals, grading each franchise's performance.

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7hJeff Carlisle

Carlisle: Wood, Nagbe, Pulisic on the cusp

Are United States young guns Bobby Wood, Darlington Nagbe and Christian Pulisic ready to step up at the Copa America? Jeff Carlisle takes a look.

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5hLaurence Edmondson

Hamilton wins dramatic Monaco Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton claims a superb first victory of 2016 in Monaco after Red Bull blundered and threw away what looked like a certain win for Daniel Ricciardo.

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1dBen Arledge

Smith at peace with infamous Stanley Cup own goal

Thirty years ago, Steve Smith became hockey's Bill Buckner when his infamous gaffe cost the Oilers a chance at a Cup. Now he's helping other young defensemen weather the ups and downs in the NHL.

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Castro's blast proves pivotal for Yankees
MLB 

With Rays pitcher Jake Odorizzi no-hitting New York in the seventh inning, Starlin Castro hit a two-run homer to give his team the lead and the eventual 2-1 win.

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MLB 

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Ryan Palmer is trying to become the second member of historic Colonial Country Club to win a PGA Tour event at their home course. If Palmer were to win the Dean & DeLuca Invitational, the other member's name on the Wall of Champions? Ben Hogan

Golf 

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

Prince Fielder hits his first homer since April 19, ending the longest drought of his career - 34 games and 131 at-bats.

All-Access: A tale of two halves
NBA 

After a rough first half against the Thunder, Warriors storm back to force Game 7 of the Western Conference finals behind outstanding performances from Steph Curry and Klay Thompson.

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NBA 

Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

During their prerace meeting, NASCAR drivers gave a standing ovation to families here whose loved ones' names are on the windshields for the Sprint Cup race tonight at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Typically the driver's name is in that spot but for the race tonight, each car carries the name of a soldier killed in the line of duty:

UC Davis grad immitates LeBron
NBA 

Ricky Santos mimics LeBron James' signature chalk toss while walking across the stage during graduation at the University of California, Davis.

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NBA 

Wawrinka plays tennis with ball boy
Tennis 

To pass the time during an injury delay, Stan Wawrinka decided to hit the ball around with one of the ball boys at the French Open.

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Rossi celebrates in Indy 500 Victory Circle

After watching the race from Monaco last year, Alexander Rossi is at a loss for words in winning the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 on his very first try.

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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Going to the back nine of the Dean & DeLuca invitational Ryan Palmer has a one shot lead over Jordan Spieth. Palmer is from Fort Worth, TX and a member here at Colonial Country Club. Spieth is from Dallas, TX. Huge crowd is almost 50/50 in who they're rooting for!

Golf 

Rossi has just enough fuel to win

Rookie Alexander Rossi crosses the finish line to win the 100th Indianapolis 500 with enough fuel to make the full 500 miles.

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Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

NASCAR has pushed the green flag of its Sprint Cup race tonight 10 minutes earlier to 6:08 p.m. Eastern as it hopes to outrace rain bands of tropical depression Bonnie. The race takes more than four hours to complete as it runs 400 laps and a series-longest 600 miles. If 200 laps are complete and rains come, the race would be official if NASCAR determined it can't resume the race in a reasonable time.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Alexander Rossi wins the Indy 500. His sponsor NAPA decided to sponsor his car just 10 days ago.

How to bet the Stanley Cup finals
NHL 

Ben Arledge expects the series to go six or seven games, but thinks the Sharks aren't getting the respect they deserve. No-brainer bet (Insider)

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NHL 

OTD: Yankees blast back against Red Sox

On this date in 1927, the Yankees demontrated their "Five O'Clock Lightning" by scoring seven runs in the eighth inning against the Red Sox, eventually winning 15-7. Follow the 1927 Yankees all season long in real time. '27 Yankees on Twitter

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Stephen A.: Durant, Westbrook 'flat-out choked'
NBA 

Stephen A. Smith now believes the Oklahoma City Thunder have only a slim chance of winning Game 7 against the Warriors.

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NBA 

Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

San Jose Sharks' Joe Pavelski discusses the ebbs and flows of the organization in recent season and how those experiences have helped the team reach the Stanley Cup finals against the Pittsburgh Penguins.

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Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

Sharks forward Joe Thornton on what he likes best about the Stanley Cup: "It's beautiful."

Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

San Jose Sharks defenseman Brent Burns believes teammate Joe Thornton is one of the best players in the world. The respect Thornton has in the dressing room is second to none and the Sharks hope to end this season with a Stanley Cup championship.

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Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

Pittsburgh Penguins veteran defenseman Trevor Daley season ended with a broken left ankle during the Eastern Conference finals. Now that the Penguins have advanced to the Stanley Cup finals, he will still be a part of the team and do anything to help out. Fellow blueliner Brian Dumoulin appreciates Daley's contributions.

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ESPNTennis @ESPNTennis

Rain returns in Paris and play is suspended, likely for the night. Halep leading Stosur 5-3. Radwanska leading Pironkova 6-2 3-0.