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Serena drops first set, rallies into semifinals

Serena Williams is still on track for a true Grand Slam as the five-time Wimbledon champion rallied to beat Victoria Azarenka on Centre Court to reach the semifinals.

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Cuban fined $25K for talking free-agent deals

The NBA has fined Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban $25,000 for publicly confirming the team's upcoming free-agent deals with DeAndre Jordan and Wesley Matthews, league spokesman Tim Frank said.

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Doolittle: Ranking big men FA signings

With the NBA's annual moratorium taking effect last week, big men have dominated free agency. Bradford Doolittle ranks the free-agent signings of the top four bigs by their expected impact.

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2015 ESPYS: Vote for best team

The six teams nominated for 2015 ESPY for Best Team posted dramatic wins, upsets and amazing championship seasons. But who was the best of the best? Vote now!

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Austin Dillon: It was a wild wreck (3:17)
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Reid: Kyle Shanahan in his best role yet

New Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan has quietly worked wonders with marginal QBs. Now he gets Matt Ryan as he auditions to be a head coach. You could hardly ask for a better fit.

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Looking ahead: Gonzaga Bulldogs

Gonzaga will be good. Gonzaga is always good. The Bulldogs are in position to make a deep tournament run, but then, that's nothing new.

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Hall of Fame debate: Chris Osgood

Red Wings goalie Chris Osgood put up great numbers and was a part of three Stanley Cup teams. But does he deserve to be in the Hall of Fame?

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Vandeweghe: Sharapova unsportsmanlike
Tennis 

Coco Vandeweghe accused Maria Sharapova of "moving around" during her second serve.

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EA Sports to include women in FIFA 16
Soccer 

Good Morning America looks at EA Sports including women soccer stars in its FIFA franchise for the first time. Said Sydney Leroux: "Now little girls can play this game, and they can be us."

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Soccer 

Can we play the Cubs every day?

With Jason Heyward's 2nd-inning single, he is now 15-for-40 (.375) against the Cubs this season. He is hitting .263 against everyone else and .279 overall. Follow live

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Atlas: Floyd knows what he's doing
Boxing 

Teddy Atlas doesn't think Floyd Mayweather needs the WBO belt: "He is called 'Money' Mayweather. If you can save money, it speaks to his name. It speaks to obviously the way he does business."

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Serena Williams into Wimbledon semis
Tennis 

Williams held off Victoria Azarenka in three sets and is now 14-0 this year in three-set matches and 9-0 at Grand Slams. She advanced to her 9th career Wimbledon semifinal. More Day 8 on ESPN2 & WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Pop & Timmy: Power couple
NBA 

Want to know why free agents are so desperate to play for Gregg Popovich? This Marc Stein throwback piece examines his magic. Father-son relationship

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NBA 

Huge chance for Atlanta's Shanahan
NFL 

New Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan has quietly worked wonders with marginal QBs. Now he gets Matt Ryan as he auditions to be a head coach. A great fit

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NFL 

The Spurs' core looking back

Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and Gregg Popovich reflect on their first impressions of Ginobili. Said Tim Duncan: "I assumed he was one of the experiments I would never meet."

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Serena has third-set lead

It's been a noisy quarterfinal match at the All England Club as Serena Williams leads Victoria Azarenka 4-2 in the third set. Who will clinch a semifinal berth? Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Blues sign Tarasenko to 8-year deal
NHL 

GM Doug Armstrong announced today the club signed Vladimir Tarasenko to an 8-year deal worth $60M. The 23-year-old forward had a breakout season in 2014-15: He tied for 10th in the NHL overall with 73 points, 5th with 37 goals and 7th with a plus-27 rating.

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NHL 

Radwanska serving for the match

Agnieszka Radwanska has 9 winners and 7 unforced errors, a far cry from Madison Keys' 47 winners and 36 unforced errors. Radwanska leads 5-3 in the third set and is serving for the match in today's Wimbledon action. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN

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Donovan McNabb arrested in June DUI
NFL 

The former NFL QB was arrested just before midnight June 28 after rear-ending a car at a stoplight in Gilbert, Ariz., according to a Gilbert Police Department statement. It didn't specify what his BAC was, but he was taken to a holding facility before being cited and released.

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NFL 

Serena hits back
Tennis 

In a hard-hitting set that featured prolonged screaming and both players fighting off break points, Serena Williams won 6-2 to force a big third set in her Wimbledon quarterfinal match vs. Victoria Azarenka. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Tennis 

2015 ESPYs Salute: John Koller

John Koller, vice president, Sony PlayStation, has led the way in raising funds for the Stuart Scott Memorial Cancer Research Fund at The V Foundation since February 2015 through Sony’s PS Heroes programs. 2015 ESPYs: Vote

Best bets for college football games
College Football 

Phil Steele's picks are highlighted by a Big 12 showdown between Baylor and Oklahoma State. Best value picks (Insider)

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College Football 

No mercy for Micronesia
Soccer 

How does this even happen? Micronesia's three-game humiliation in the Pacific Games concluded with a 46-0 loss to Vanuatu. Yes, in soccer. You have to see it to believe it.

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