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Dortmund vs. Wolfsburg -- DFB Pokal final live

One day, four trophies. The Boot Room crew will be here all day, chatting about the DFB Pokal, the Coupe de France and the Copa del Rey. Earlier, Arsenal won its second straight FA Cup by dominating Aston Villa.

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Nats place Strasburg on DL with neck stiffness

The Washington Nationals placed Stephen Strasburg on the 15-day disabled list Saturday, one day after the right-hander left his start after only 16 pitches due to neck stiffness.

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LeBron on slowing Curry in Finals: 'You can't'

When asked Friday what it will take to slow down league MVP Stephen Curry in the NBA Finals, the Cavaliers' LeBron James said, "The same way you slow me down. You can't."

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15hColey Harvey

Leah Still suffers setback in cancer treatment

Leah Still, the 5-year-old daughter of Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still, has been diagnosed with veno-occlusive disease resulting from a complication in her recovery from pediatric cancer.

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Mark Dominik

Dominik: Watt, Beckham among 32-team FAs

Which NFL players would be coveted by every team if they hit the open market? Mark Dominik makes his list, which includes J.J. Watt and Odell Beckham Jr.

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4hJim Trotter

DeMaurice Smith: 'The league has run out of excuses'

Deflategate. Ray Rice. Adrian Peterson. Yes, DeMaurice Smith's plate has been plenty full, so we caught up with the NFLPA's executive director to talk Roger Goodell, neutral arbitration and more.

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Postseason MVPs: Driven to Finals

Steph Curry and LeBron James have been the biggest difference-makers in the playoffs. Who else cracks David Thorpe's list?

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Serena rights the ship, moves on
Tennis 

Serena Williams rallied after losing the first set to defeat Victoria Azarenka 3-6, 6-4, 6-2. Williams is now a perfect 9-0 against Azarenka in career meetings at Grand Slam events.

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Tennis 

Jim Caple @jimcaple

Serena an Stephens are the only two Americans left on the women's side. Will play Tuesday.

Bas Dost. Great name. Great goal
Soccer 

This goal was the third straight for Wolfsburg after Dortmund opened the scoring. It's 3-1 at halftime. Catch the second half on ESPN3.

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Soccer 

Serena close to advancing
Tennis 

Serena Williams, at one point down a set and losing the second set 4-2, has flipped the script and has Victoria Azarenka on the ropes as she leads 5-2 in the third set. Follow live

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Tennis 

Blackhawks, Ducks hold out for a hero

Six nights of tumult and heaving emotions have led to one night to determine who advances to the Stanley Cup finals. So who goes from unsung hero to, well, sung? Potential heroes

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Stephen Strasburg to the DL with neck tightness. His 6.55 ERA this season is 2nd-highest in MLB (min. 40 IP) behind Jeremy Guthrie (6.70).

Auburn eliminated Tennessee in WCWS
NCAA Softball 

Auburn wins 4-2 for its first ever Women's College World Series win and will now play UCLA in an elimination game at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN. Tennessee is eliminated after going winless in WCWS.

NCAA Softball 

Ride along with X Games Austin
X Games 

Following a week of torrential rain in Texas, X Games Austin BMX Dirt invite Clint Reynolds -- and his dog -- was able to get in some solid practice time ahead of Thursday's start of competition.

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X Games 

What else can go wrong for Strasburg?
MLB 

Nothing exemplifies the struggles of recently DL'd Nats RHP Stephen Strasburg better than this: He's the only pitcher this season to record fewer than 17 outs in six straight starts. (via Elias)

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MLB 

ESPN FC @ESPNFC

Goal, Wolfsburg! Bas Dost heads it home! Wolfsburg lead 3-1!

WATCH: De Bruyne's brilliant finish
Soccer 

Americans may remember Kevin De Bruyne for scoring against the U.S. in its World Cup game last summer. But this goal vs. Borussia Dortmund is pretty memorable too, since it gave Wolfsburg a 2-1 lead in the German Cup final.

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Soccer 

USWNT vs. South Korea, 4:30 p.m. on ESPN
Soccer 

The United States women’s soccer team faces South Korea in New Jersey in its final tune-up before the FIFA Women's World Cup kicks off. The United States is unbeaten in 95 straight games on U.S. soil, last losing to Denmark in Philadelphia in 2004.

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Soccer 

Curry with shot to knock LeBron down
NBA 

Steph Curry is on pace to be the first player to achieve a +1,000 plus-minus for a season since the NBA began tracking the stat. The previous "record"-holder: LeBron James from '08-09.

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Nats' Strasburg goes on 15-day DL
MLB 

Stephen Strasburg left his Friday start with neck tightness, an injury that forced him to the DL today. Strasburg's had a disastrous season, with a 6.55 ERA in his 10 first starts.

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MLB 

Arsenal picks up another trophy
Soccer 

The Gunners are celebrating their second straight FA Cup after 8 years without a single trophy. Goals were scored by Theo Walcott, Alexis Sanchez, Per Mertesacker and Olivier Giroud. Jolly: Walcott vindicates Wenger

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Soccer 

Olney: Angels could sure use Hamilton

"Josh Hamilton clubbed two homers for the Rangers in his fifth game back in the big leagues, mostly on the Angels' dime, and what must really gnaw on his old team -- his old team in Anaheim, that is -- is that they could really use a hitter like him right now, for the middle of their lineup." Power outage (Insider)

Serena ties it at a set apiece
Tennis 

Down 2-4 in the second set, Serena Williams won the next four games to push her match against Victoria Azarenka to a deciding set. Entering today, 5 of their last 8 meetings had gone to a third set. Follow live

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Tennis 

Aubameyang scores to open German Cup final
Soccer 

Dortmund supporters were celebrating wildly in the stands with flares even before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored here in the 5th minute to provide a 1-0 lead vs. Wolfsburg.

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