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Follow live: Day 2 at Wimbledon

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer enjoyed straight-set wins in their first-round matches at Wimbledon. No. 3 seed Andy Murray also is in action in London (live on ESPN & WatchESPN).

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Sources: Aldridge to meet Lakers, Rockets first

The Lakers and Rockets will get the first opportunities to meet with LaMarcus Aldridge shortly after the free-agency period officially begins at 9:01 p.m. PT Tuesday in Los Angeles.

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Nance was 'terrified' of Kobe's reaction to tweet

Lakers draft pick Larry Nance Jr. said he was "terrified" of his new teammate Kobe Bryant's reaction to a tweet Nance sent in 2012 that referenced a 2012 sexual assault case involving Bryant.

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Wade forgoes option with Heat, will be free agent

Dwyane Wade, a perennial All-Star and three-time NBA champion, has decided to not pick up his option with the Miami Heat for next year, announcing his decision through a representative.

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Russell Wilson: 'Let my play speak for itself' (2:49)
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Anderson takes perfect game into seventh (0:46)
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Brief history of strange kicker/punter moments

Steve Weatherford isn't the first punter or kicker to draw attention for something besides booting footballs. We revisit the "idiot kicker," the ax mishap and other kicking fraternity weirdness.

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Olbermann: Video replay is killing baseball (6:05)
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Diving Frisbee catch coming in hot! (0:31)
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Which athletic achievements deserve an ESPY?

Your vote decides who will take home the ESPY for Best Male and Female Athlete, Best Play and so much more. The results will air on the 2015 ESPYS on July 15 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Scottie Pippen: I was LeBron before LeBron
NBA 

"They want to compare him to the greatest whether it be Michael Jordan or Magic Johnson, but he's more closer to myself. It's natural for folks to say that, but if you look at how he plays the game and how I played the game, you'll see more similarities with us." (via Northeast Ohio Media Group)

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NBA 

Many lineup questions for Team USA
Women's World Cup 

Megan Rapinoe and Lauren Holiday return from suspension and likely will start, reports Bob Holtzman. Who starts at right midfield, where coach Jill Ellis has started 5 players in 5 games? And what about Abby Wambach?

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Women's World Cup 

Stein: Cavs interested in Mike Dunleavy
NBA 

Sources told ESPN that Cleveland plans to pursue Dunleavy in free agency, which begins after midnight Tuesday. The sources also stressed this week that Dunleavy is very likely to stay with the Bulls. (via Marc Stein)

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NBA 

Watch: Andy Murray begins play in London

Murray is looking to become the first British man to win multiple Wimbledon titles since Fred Perry, who won three straight from 1934-36. First on Murray's agenda is Mikhail Kukushkin. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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We have toddlers breaking ankles, a literal set of Splash Brothers, and a basket being made from the top of a dam. You guys at home are talented.

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Petra Kvitova apologizes to her parents
Tennis 

Kvitova's parents came to watch her first-round Wimbledon match against Kiki Bertens. They saw a win -- but only 35 minutes of action. And for that, the defending champ was sorry.

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Pryor: I'll give 'slash-player' a chance
NFL 

When the Browns signed Terrelle Pryor, they specifically said they'd transition the QB to WR. Pryor, however, brought up playing a dual QB/WR "slash role" and said, "I just want to play football." (via Trib Total Media)

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NFL 

Kurkjian: Blue Jays must do something
MLB 

Tim Kurkjian told SportsCenter: "This year, I think they're going to do something. If they go get a starter -- a good one -- and a closer -- a good one -- then I think they become the team to beat in the [AL] East."

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Rafael Nadal wins in straight sets
Tennis 

The two-time champ took care of Thomaz Bellucci 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 in his 11th Wimbledon appearance.

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Tennis 

Broussard: Aldridge visiting everyone
NBA 

LaMarcus Aldridge is visiting 7 teams this week, but Chris Broussard told SportsCenter: "We hear he is out of Portland, but until you leave that $27M on the table -- that extra money they can give him more than any other team -- we're not going to write off the Blazers."

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NBA 

NFL exec Troy Vincent critical of NFLPA
NFL 

"Look at the amount of money being spent on legal fees for a handful of people. ... Men are in transition who aren't doing well, and yet $8M to $10 million dollars a year is spent in court fees." Vincent Q&A

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NFL 

D-Wade's top 10 plays
NBA 

With soon-to-be free agent Dwyane Wade possibly on the move, SportsCenter looks at Wade's top 10 plays with the Heat, including that double-OT, game-winning 3 vs. the Bulls in '09.

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Voya Photo of the Night: Serena Williams advances to Wimbledon 2nd round. She improves to 59-1 in career 1st round matches in Grand Slam events.

Petra Kvitova opens defense with bang
Tennis 

Kvitova had no title defense hangover in today's match:

  • Won in just 36 minutes
  • 8th straight match win at Wimbledon
  • Lost just one point on serve (28 of 29)
  • Won 48 points to Kiki Bertens' 13

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Tennis 

Jim Brown: No in-between with Manziel
NFL 

"I believe he's going to be a star or he's going to be a bust. There's no in-between. I like Johnny. He creates action. But there's no middle ground on Johnny. He's going to be that guy, or he's probably going to be out of there. I like it that way, because they need dynamics at quarterback." (via USA Today Sports)

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NFL 

Federer speeding through match
Tennis 

Roger Federer has needed only 43 minutes to take a 2-0 set lead over Damir Dzumhur in Wimbledon action today. How quickly can he close it out? Live on WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Trout's career HR total: 500? 600?
MLB 

ESPN's Tim Kurkjian told SportsCenter: "He'll have more than 500. Sure about that. And we're still almost 400 short of that. That's how confident we are."

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