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3hBrian Windhorst

New Warriors trio impresses with Team USA

For nearly two minutes, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson shared the court for Team USA in an exhibition win over Argentina, giving a first look at Golden State's coming attraction.

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Knockout of the year candidate? (0:33)
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13hJohn Clayton

Ranking next year's top 25 NFL free agents

Redskins QB Kirk Cousins, who's playing under the franchise tag, and Cardinals DB Tyrann Mathieu, who's coming back from a knee injury, are among the top projected free agents in the 2017 class.

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White Chocolate still making great passes at 40 (0:15)
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Barkley: Durant doesn't improve Warriors in all areas (1:46)
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High school wrestler goes all 'John Cena' on his opponent (0:24)
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3hBrett Okamoto

'Cyborg' calls out Rousey, wants fight at UFC 205

In a lengthy social media post, Cris "Cyborg" Justino questioned longtime rival Ronda Rousey as a role model and called for the two to fight at UFC 205 on Nov. 12.

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Adams the hero with 16th inning walk-off HR (0:29)
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Taimanglo submits Caldwell with a guillotine choke (0:52)
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11hTom Hamilton

Bolt puts down marker ahead of Rio Olympics

Usain Bolt put down a marker ahead of the Rio Olympics as he won the 200 meters at the Anniversary Games with a time of 19.89 seconds and fired a warning to his American rivals.

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Chapman's 103-mph pitch seals game (0:32)
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Gronk teaches a Zumba class... that is all (0:44)
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Charles Barkley is a fan of McDonald's breakfast (0:46)
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Historic backboard breaking dunks (1:16)
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Peterson training with young bull Gordon (1:09)
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19hPaul Lukas

Uni Watch: UA goes back to school

Under Armour celebrated 20 years by unveiling some new looks for its college football teams.

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Burrell tries to destroy the rim with huge dunk (0:31)
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Braxton Miller's ridiculous spin move (0:33)
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Carson Palmer doesn't like bees (0:42)
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20hAlisha Miller, ESPN.com

Photos: The weddings of the NFL offseason

Russell Wilson, Sam Bradford and Earl Thomas are among the NFL stars who got hitched this offseason. We have the pictures to prove it.

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Gronk teaches a zumba class
NFL 

Yes, there is a spike involved.

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USWNT routs Costa Rica 4-0 in friendly
Soccer 

Lloyd showed no rust in coming back from injury with a beautiful header that found the net just before halftime.

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White Chocolate has still got it at 40

Jason "White Chocolate" Williams threaded an impossible needle.

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Historic backboard-breaking dunks
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When you think shattered glass, do you envision these monster dunks by Shaq and Darryl Dawkins?

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Chris Bassitt's dog has surfing skills
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The A's hosted Bark at the Park night, and Chris Bassitt's dog showed off its talents.

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Burrell destroys rim with huge dunk
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Former Gonzaga player Justin Burrell turned on his defender and threw down a massive, two-handed dunk in vicious style during The Basketball Tournament.

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Dude, Bee cool
NFL 

Carson Palmer doesn't like bees.

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Knockout of the year candidate?
Boxing 

Zinedine Hameur-Lain got an impressive knockout as he dropped Warren Thompson with one punch to the face at the Glory Kickboxing event.

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The weddings of the offseason
NFL 

Russell Wilson marrying Ciara was not the only recent NFL wedding that produced some beautiful pictures. The happy couples

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

In a game that tied for longest in Dodgers vs. Cardinals history, Matt Adams hit a game-ending home run to give St. Louis a 4-3 victory in 16 innings. "Finally!" a fan shouted.

Taimanglo submits Caldwell with guillotine choke

Joe Taimanglo defeated Darrion Caldwell via a guillotine choke to win their Bellator 159 bout.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs reliever Carl Edwards discuss his sixth inning performance on Friday against the Brewers where he entered with a runner on second but stranded him on the base paths retiring three straight.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs starter Jason Hammel discus his 5-2 win over the Brewers on Friday night starting with his prescribed diet during the game.

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So, you drafted Le'Veon Bell ...
NFL 

Another mock draft ruined by an NFL suspension? Jim McCormick plays "what if." PPR mock draft

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Brian Windhorst ESPN Senior Writer 

Jimmy Butler suffered minor ankle injury for Team USA tonight in win over Argentina. Coach Mike Krzyzewski said it was not serious.

Orioles power past Indians
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Mark Trumbo and Manny Machado went deep for the Orioles in a 5-1 win over the Indians.

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