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10mKevin Pelton

Westbrook laughed, but is Curry's defense actually underrated?

Russell Westbrook laughed at the idea that Steph Curry's defense is underrated. Could Russ be wrong? Kevin Pelton has the facts on whether the two-time MVP really is a strong defender -- or not.

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How LeBron, Cavs hammered it in Game 6 (1:31)
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Stephen A. not sold Cavs can win it all (1:22)
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Follow live: Serena in rain delay at French Open

Serena Williams won the first set against talented French opponent Kristina Mladenovic, who's receiving staunch support from the Parisian crowd. But ahead of a tiebreak in the second set, rain forced the players off the court.

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Draymond names all players drafted before him from memory (1:46)
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Sights and Sounds: LeBron, Cavs bury Raptors, advance to Finals (1:34)
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Beer can pyramids, more exciting than a baseball game (0:14)
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On this date: Barry Bonds hits 715th home run (1:29)
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Cavs' news conferences filled with shenanigans (0:52)
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Jamie Foxx happy to see LeBron back in the Finals (2:44)
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On this date: Larry Bird wins third straight NBA MVP (1:27)
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Bautista tries his hand at PA announcing during suspension (0:13)
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Granderson plays hero with Mets' walk-off HR (0:38)
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Jalen & Jacoby wonder why Paul George wears his own jersey on vacation (1:45)
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8mBuster Olney

Olney: Red-hot Pirates are a sleeping giant

Buster Olney focuses on the 28-19 Pirates, laying out an apt analogy for the perception of the NL Central and what Pittsburgh is capable of.

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Oh No!: Muddy golf and snowy cycling (0:57)
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2dIván Cañada

Chicharito, se 'adelanta' a Selección en Atlanta

El delantero del Bayer Leverkusen se tomó unos días de vacaciones y justo en el día en el que el Tri arribará a territorio estadounidense, se presentó para trabajar a la par.

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Top five goals of this UCL season
Soccer 

Relive the top goals from the Champions League ahead of today's finals.

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Friday's longest home runs

Jorge Soler's fourth-inning blast was one of three Cubs homers in their 6-2 win over the Phillies. Alex Rodriguez homered for the first time since coming off the disabled list.

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Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

Appropriate this weekend that JJ Yeley, who finished ninth in 1998 Indy 500 before embarking on a NASCAR career, was the Toyota choice to drive a pace car for media today at Charlotte Motor Speedway. He takes us for a couple laps in advance of the 600-mile race Sunday night:

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Alex Perry ESPN UK Editor 

Danny Willett isn't quite getting into the front-9 groove he was in yesterday when he went out in 29 -- but birdie at the long par-3 5th and the Masters champion leads the BMW PGA Championship by 1 at 11-under.

Golf 

LeBron, Cavs finish off Raptors
NBA 

Check out the sights and sounds from LeBron James and the Cavaliers' victory over the Raptors in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals.

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Flipping awesome

When two friends are in-sync with one another, impressive catches are made while flipping on a wakeboard.

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Jose Bautista tries his hand at PA
MLB 

The Blue Jays RF served his one-game suspension during the team's 7-5 win over the Red Sox on Friday, so he lent his voice to the public address booth for Kevin Pillar's at-bat.

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Johnette Howard ESPN Staff Writer 

Wimbledon Roof back to gloating about rain delay at Roland Garros. Twitter War 2.0

Tennis 

Alex Perry ESPN UK Editor 

We have a 4-way tie at the BMW PGA Championship as Jaco Van Zyl birdies the par-5 4th to join Danny Willett, Y.E. Yang and Scott Hend on -10. Behind them, watch out for Martin Kaymer -- 4-under thru 8 to move to -8.

Golf 

Johnette Howard ESPN Staff Writer 

Rain + Red Clay + No Roof = No fun at French Open right now. Cloudburst chasing fans off the concourses

Tennis 

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Mladenovic holds to force a tie-break against Serena Williams. However, rain picks up and play is suspended. Serena leads 6-4 6-6.

Johnette Howard ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristina Mladenovic serving to force second-set tiebreaker and to try to stay in her match against top-ranked Serena, who won the first set. Already raining a bit and thunder in the distance. Might be a race to finish at French Open.

Tennis 

Alex Perry ESPN UK Editor 

A huge roar fills the air as Danny Willett is announced on Wentworth's 1st tee. Our co-leader rips one down the middle and is underway on moving day at the BMW PGA Championship.

Golf 

Report: Wizards expect to offer Beal max
NBA 

The Wizards are expected to offer Bradley Beal a five-year max deal when the free-agent negotiating period begins July 1, sources told the Washington Post on Friday. Story

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Johnette Howard ESPN Staff Writer 

Rain is gone but Kristina Mladenovic is not. Just held serve in epic sixth game of second set, fending off six break points. Fans reward the 26th seeded Frenchwoman with standing O. Now 3-all in second.

Tennis 

Six straight finals says a lot about LBJ
NBA 

Stephen A. Smith says LeBron James reaching his sixth straight NBA Finals displays the kind of dedication and commitment that he continues to show throughout his career.

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Johnette Howard ESPN Staff Writer 

Rain showers have started and umbrellas are out here and there after Serena takes first set at French Open 6-4. Tied at 2-2 in second now.

Tennis 

OTD: Larry Bird wins third straight NBA MVP
NBA 

On this date in 1986, Bird joined Wilt Chamberlain and Bill Russell as the third person to win three straight NBA MVP awards.

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NBA 

Johnette Howard ESPN Staff Writer 

Serena and Mladenovic collaborate on the best point of the tournament -- started with Serena getting to a drop shot, then a defensive lob that she blasted back at Mladenovic -- who ended the point with a winner. Standing ovation from the crowd at Philippe Chatrier. Mladenovic ends up holding serve at 4-all.

Tennis 

LeBron: 'It means everything'
NBA 

An emotional LeBron James said he was grateful to advance to the NBA Finals for his sixth straight year. He also mentioned how proud he was of teammates Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love for overcoming adversity and getting to where they are today.

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