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100 NFL predictions that will frame 2016 season

We're officially 100 days away from the 2016 NFL season. To celebrate, our NFL reporters compiled 100 predictions that will help shape next season.

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All-Access: Warriors complete epic comeback to reach NBA Finals (1:59)
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Warriors use their best weapon to topple Thunder... the 3 ball (0:58)
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Bonino making a habit of postseason goals (2:49)
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Warriors' road to Finals dotted with challenges (1:43)
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Warriors flip the switch to take Game 7

The Warriors won Game 7 due to the amazing success Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson had against the Thunder's Steven Adams. How amazing? Take a look.

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Riley Curry denies dad a kiss (0:30)
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Shaq gives Stephen A. a kiss (0:53)
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What impact would raising the strike zone really have?

Major League Baseball is talking about raising the bottom of the strike zone. But what impact would that really have on the game? Jayson Stark tries to answer that question and more.

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Drew Butera screws up Hosmer's Gatorade bath (0:25)
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How Missouri students and football players fought racial injustice (58:30)
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NBA Finals crucial to LeBron's legacy (1:39)
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Jalen & Jacoby cannot condone the Mayweather/McGregor fight flyer (2:25)
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#CopaRank: The top 25 players

With the 2016 Copa America Centenario set to kick off on June 3, ESPN FC decided to rank the top 25 players involved this summer. It's #CopaRank.

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Curry: We've got four more wins to get
NBA 

Steph Curry speaks after the Warriors' Game 7 victory over the Thunder in the Western Conference finals, calling it the hardest series he has played in.

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Riley Curry denies dad a kiss
NBA 

The MVP was triumphant in Game 7 of the conference finals, but Steph Curry couldn't get a kiss from daughter Riley after the game.

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Johnette Howard ESPN Staff Writer 

Like tumbling dominoes, play suspended on Court 1, then Suzanne Lenglen, then finally Dkokovic and Bautista Agut on Chatrier for the third time today.

Tennis 

Who brought the dogs back?
NFL 

The campaign started through social media, but a local TV broadcast helped return Texans LB Whitney Mercilus' dogs (Rocky and Princess) to him. How it happened

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ICYMI: Shaq gives Stephen A. a kiss
NBA 

Stephen A. Smith was just trying to get through his SportsCenter hit. Shaquille O'Neal just wanted to make it memorable.

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Pierre LeBrun @Real_ESPNLeBrun

No hearing for Patrick Marleau for his hit on Bryan Rust. No supplemental discipline. NHL Player Safety felt penalty on ice sufficed

Butera with Gatorade bath fail
MLB 

Royals catcher Drew Butera looked to drench Eric Hosmer after a 6-2 win over the Rays. It didn't go as planned.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' invisible wide receivers -- Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall -- are back at practice today. They skipped the opening week in what appeared to be a show of solidarity for the unsigned Ryan Fitzpatrick. Unfortunately, today's practice is closed to the media. We'll have to wait until tomorrow to get their take.

Johnette Howard ESPN Staff Writer 

Play has resumed at French Open at about 3:30 local time. But not before Novak Djokovic amused Court Philippe Chatrier crowd by borrowing an umbrella from an elderly woman in the front rows and strolling along the baseline with it while holding his racket in the other hand.

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100 predictions for the NFL season
NFL 

We're 100 days away from the NFL coming back, so ESPN's NFL reporters compiled predictions that will shape the 2016 season. Check them out

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WWII veteran throws first pitch
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U.S. Navy 2nd Class Petty Officer Burke Waldron, 92, fired the first pitch out before the Mariners' game on Memorial Day.

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Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze isn't running from the Rebels' NCAA troubles, but told ESPN.com on Monday that to accuse him or anybody on his staff of knowingly breaking the rules would be wrong. "The first thing I would say is that I own it. That's part of it when you're the head coach. You take the good with the bad," Freeze said. "But there's a big difference between making mistakes in recruiting and going out there with the intent to cheat. I don't have any information that anybody on my staff has been involved in any illegal payments to players or offering any inducements to players, and if I did have that information, I would fire them."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers tight end Greg Olsen and Parker Cowherd of the Make-a-Wish program warm up before practice. Looks like the Pro Bowler has some serious competition.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Parker Cowherd, 7, of the Make-A-Wish Foundation is getting his wish to hang with Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen for the day. Cowherd has been diagnosed with a brain tumor.

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No easy road for Warriors back to Finals
NBA 

Marc Stein reviews the Warriors' arduous postseason route to the NBA Finals -- which featured a knee injury to MVP Stephen Curry, a potential suspension to Draymond Green and being pushed to the brink by the Thunder.

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ICYMI: Curry drains step-back 3 over Durant
NBA 

Kevin Durant couldn't have played better defense. But, Steph Curry.

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Top 5 blooper moments from cricket's IPL
Cricket 

The Indian Premier League had its share of memorable moments, so here's a countdown of the season's best bloopers.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets legend Joe Namath turns 73 today. It has been 40 years since his last game with the Jets.

Goldschmidt's home run makes a splash
MLB 

The Diamondbacks' Paul Goldschmidt hit a solo home run in the first inning that landed in the hot tub in right-center field.

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