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Follow live: Serena faces Azarenka in quarters

Serena Williams takes on Victoria Azarenka for a spot in the Wimbledon semifinals. Earlier on Centre Court, Maria Sharapova held off American Coco Vandeweghe to advance (live on ESPN, ESPN2 & WatchESPN).

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Cuban fined $25K for talking free-agent deals

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has been fined $25,000 for publicly confirming the team's upcoming free-agent deals with DeAndre Jordan and Wesley Matthews, according to league sources.

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Fan hit by line drive in Braves-Brewers game

A woman sitting behind the Milwaukee Brewers' dugout was injured Monday when she was hit by a line drive off the bat of Eury Perez of the Atlanta Braves. The woman was carried off on a stretcher.

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Pelton: Gasol, Spurs latest free agency winners

The Grizzlies committed to Marc Gasol for five years, and the Spurs convinced another veteran to take a pay cut for a title chase. Kevin Pelton sorts through the sixth day of free agency.

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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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John Deere a bad omen for Spieth?
Golf 

Jordan Spieth will play the John Deere Classic this week, the tournament where he broke through for his first career PGA Tour win as a 19-year-old in 2013. He's up for the ESPY for Best Breakthrough Athlete. Vote here

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Golf 

Buster Olney: A-Rod 'not a snub'
MLB 

"I've been surprised at the rancor in Alex Rodriguez being left off [the All-Star team]," ESPN's Buster Olney told SportsCenter. "The reason he was left off the team? There were better candidates."

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MLB 

Spurs' additions will pay off
NBA 

Kevin Pelton sees the Spurs at the top of the West with the Warriors in 2015-16. The numbers say San Antonio will have the best defense, and can win around 66 games.

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NBA 

MLB's changing of the guard
MLB 

With 18 MLB All-Stars 25 years old or younger, ESPN's Buster Olney said there is "no question about it," we are seeing a changing of the guard in the sport.

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MLB 

Schefter: 'A lot of concern' for JPP
NFL 

Adam Schefter says both the Giants and Jason Pierre-Paul's camp are being eerily quiet about the DE's prognosis: "The Giants are trying ... to ascertain exactly how bad the damage to his hands actually is."

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NFL 

Djokovic finds 'resolve' in 5-setter
Tennis 

ESPN's Brad Gilbert said Novak Djokovic, after the "first week was on an absolute roll," but had to dig deep in his 4th-round match against Kevin Anderson. But Djoker ought to be able to "put that match right out of the memory bank."

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Tennis 

Cavs: Joe Johnson or Jamal Crawford?
NBA 

Cleveland is interested in bringing one of the wing players aboard. The team, ESPN's Chris Broussard says, is "balking" at paying more luxury tax, if they were to sign Johnson.

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NBA 

Blackhawks extend TVR

Chicago agreed with D Trevor van Riemsdyk on a 2-year extension that runs through the 2017-18 season. The Middletown, N.J. native and University of New Hampshire product won the Stanley Cup in his first NHL season.

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Watch: Serena in Wimbledon quarters
Tennis 

After beating sister Venus in straight sets, world No. 1 Serena Williams sees former No. 1 Victoria Azarenka on Centre Court. Serena has a dominant 16-3 career record vs. her. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Vanuatu beats Micronesia -- by a lot
Soccer 

Vanuatu won the Olympic qualifying soccer match at the Pacific Games 46-0. That's a rate of a goal every TWO MINUTES. Jean Kaltak had 16 goals for Vanuatu, which, despite the massive win, was knocked out of the Games after taking third in its group. Micronesia surrendered 114 goals in the tournament. Story

Soccer 

Watch: Keys-Radwanska in quarters
Tennis 

American Madison Keys is making her first Wimbledon quarterfinals appearance, and it comes vs. 2012 Wimbledon finalist Agnieszka Radwanska on No. 1 Court. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Maria Sharapova into Wimbledon semis
Tennis 

The No. 4 seed was pushed to a third set but defeated Coco Vandeweghe 6-3, 6-7 (3), 6-2 today. It's Sharapova's fifth career Wimbledon semifinals, but her first since 2011 when she finished runner up.

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Tennis 

Pop & Timmy: Power couple
NBA 

There was a time when the Spurs weren’t a top destination for free agents ... until Gregg Popovich came along. Father-son relationship

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NBA 

Are you not entertained?!
Tennis 

Coco Vandeweghe has pumped up the crowd at Wimbledon today, but Maria Sharapova is up 5-2 in the third set. Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Thompson wants Draymond Green money
NBA 

ESPN's Chris Broussard reports Tristan Thompson and his team are looking for $85M-$90M: "The ball is in the Cavs' court right now."

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NBA 

1st Wimbledon semis ticket punched
Tennis 

Spain's Garbine Muguruza hit fewer winners in the match vs. Timea Bacsinszky but still played well enough to reach her first career Grand Slam semifinals. Wimbledon coverage on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Cam works out with Aussie Rules team
NFL 

Panthers QB Cam Newton is practicing with the Richmond Tigers this week. "It's a very cool sport. I knew nothing about footy, as you guys call it. ... In our sport, they're constantly putting things on you to protect you, but in this sport they're taking things away."

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NFL 

Highlight: Djokovic survives in five sets

Said Novak Djokovic of his five-setter against Kevin Anderson: "It’s particularly frustrating when you’re playing someone who serves so well and you don’t get many looks at a break."

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