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16hCorey Pronman

2016 NHL draft grades

With the 2016 NHL draft in the books, Corey Pronman grades all 30 teams on their hauls, with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Winnipeg Jets leading the way.

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1hJim Bowden

How to fix the Pittsburgh Pirates?

Jim Bowden says it's not time for the Pirates to panic, because he knows what changes are necessary to make this team a real contender.

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This is what happens when you run on Bryce Harper (0:35)
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Is a fourth place finish good enough for USA in Copa America? (2:04)
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SC Featured: The puzzlemaster and the prodigy (6:47)
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2dBill Barnwell

Sports Misery Index: Cleveland passes its crown

Now that the Cavs have won a championship, which city replaces Cleveland as the most tortured? Bill Barnwell unveils his Misery Index to determine the fan base that has suffered the most.

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Ultimate Highlight: Late drama defines the day (1:41)
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Hockey fight breaks out in NASCAR trucks race (1:02)
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2hBuster Olney

An early list of potential All-Star snubs

Picking the All-Star teams is always hard. Here's a list of players who should be considered but may be left behind because of a ballot crunch.

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Colts owner Irsay pays $137K for Prince guitar

Colts owner Jim Irsay paid $137,500 on Saturday for the "Yellow Cloud" electric guitar that Prince used in numerous concerts from the late 1980s to the mid-1990s.

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5-on-5: Ranking top NBA free agents and fits

NBA free agency is almost here. With a huge salary-cap jump expected, who are the top available players this year? Can the Cavs add a piece for a second title run? Our NBA experts go 5-on-5.

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Hurd tops Molina by TKO (0:43)
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How to bet Sunday's Dodgers-Pirates game

ESPN Chalk's Vegas experts give their best bets for the Sunday Night Baseball game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Pittsburgh Pirates.

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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Two first-time College World Series head coaches whose backgrounds at their schools could not be more different as they ready for the best-of-three championship series -- Arizona's Jay Johnson in his first year and Coastal Carolina's Gary Gilmore in his 21st.

Count on Lakers moving fast on Whiteside
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Brian Windhorst believes the Lakers will buck past trends of not spending on marquee free agents and pay Hassan Whiteside with the large amount of cap space they have available.

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Easy decision for Kyrie to play in Rio
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Kyrie Irving's good health and possibly a final chance to play for Mike Krzyzewski, his former college coach, are among the reasons why Irving will play in the Summer Olympics.

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Trying out to be a U.S. Open ballperson
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SportsCenter anchor Matt Barrie makes his case to be a ballperson at the U.S. Open.

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'Being a strong woman is a good thing'

Becoming the world's top-ranked surfer is no day at the beach. Courtney Conlogue, who will appear in ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue 2016, talks breathing underwater and learning to love her body. 'I'm so happy with how I feel'

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Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

Take a ride around the 1.99-mile Sonoma Raceway road course with pace-car driver Brett Bodine:

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Leo Spall ESPN UK Deputy Editor 

Wimbledon Centre Court the day before The Championships ... just the net that's missing.

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Griezmann leads France to quarterfinals
Soccer 

Antoine Griezmann was once again the savior, scoring two goals in the second half to lead France to a 2-1 win over Ireland in the knockout round.

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It's all about revenge for Argentina
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Argentina, which lost to Chile in last year's Copa America final, is likely driven more by a self-imposed pressure -- the desire for revenge -- in this year's rematch. Trophy drought

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Matt Wilansky Tennis editor 

Novak Djokovic on whether winning the French mitigates the pressure at Wimbledon: "Pressure is part of what we do. It's inevitable to face this kind of sensation as a top player, being expected to do well and to go as far as last four at least in the tournament, or finals. "But, you know, the more you get to face this kind of pressures and emotions, the more you get used to them. The better you are in coping with it and handling it."

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Griezmann scores again for France
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Antoine Griezmann scores his second goal of the game in the 61st minute to give France a 2-1 lead over Ireland.

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Robinson pushing for chance in NFL
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Former NBA player Nate Robinson, who had a workout with the Seahawks earlier this month, continues to train for a possible chance to play in the NFL. A 'versatile' athlete

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An early list of potential All-Star snubs

Buster Olney offers up a list of players who should be considered for the AL and NL All-Star teams, but may be left behind because of a ballot crunch. Squeezed out? (Insider)

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Breaking down the Copa America final
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Highlighting three key questions heading into tonight's Copa America finale between Argentina and Chile. Can Messi be the difference?

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Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

The Cavs' Kevin Love received an Olympic team invite, league sources say, but opted to decline for rest after Cleveland's long playoff run.

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Ireland converts on early penalty kick
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In the second minute of the match, Robbie Brady scores on a penalty kick to give Ireland a 1-0 lead over France.

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What a start to this game! Shane Long was tripped in the box by Paul Pogba and Robbie Brady sent the penalty in off the post! #FRAIRL

Prim Siripipat ESPN Tennis 

Other than players and coaches, absolutely NO ONE is allowed to step foot on the courts at Wimbledon...not even before the start of the tournament. Protecting and preserving the courts at the All England Club is a priority. Fear not. We were just testing the ground attendants...

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