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Chanticleers stay alive at CWS

Coastal Carolina forced a decisive Game 3 at the College World Series, beating Arizona 5-4 on Tuesday night by scoring three runs in the eighth inning. The teams will play a winner-take-all finale Wednesday (8 p.m. ET on ESPN & WatchESPN).

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Lawson says thanks to Coach Summitt (2:16)
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Lindor steals home with genius baserunning (0:32)
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Harper crushes two-run home run to extend Nats' lead (0:32)
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Stephen Jackson: Ibaka has no one to blame but himself (1:41)
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QB Boykin charged from Alamo Bowl arrest

The Seahawks' Trevone Boykin will be arraigned Aug. 1 on an assault charge stemming from his Dec. 31 arrest in San Antonio when he was playing for TCU.

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Auriemma: Summitt defined women's basketball (3:25)
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Jon Jones glad to be fighting in same era as McGregor (1:21)
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WR Baldwin, Seahawks reach 4-year extension

The Seahawks are hanging on to WR Doug Baldwin through the 2020 season, after the sides hammered home a four-year extension worth $46 million, a source said.

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Terry Collins said Curtis Granderson has been dealing with a "small" calf strain. It's the same reason he sat Sunday. He had trouble loosening after rain delay.

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Bryce Harper's Sweet Sixteen
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No, the Nationals' slugger isn't celebrating a birthday. But he crack a pitch for his 16th HR on the season.

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Phelps: 'I didn't feel good the whole race'
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Michael Phelps says "I felt the nerves" in evaluating his performance on Tuesday at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials and describes what it was like to have his son, Boomer, in the stands.

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Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Maybe the biggest Spurs development tonight: One well-placed source insists San Antonio's free-agent interest in Mike Conley is overstated.

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Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Once Diaw is officially on the Spurs' books for next season after June 30, his $7 million salary for next season becomes fully guaranteed.

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Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

The Spurs could shave $4 million off next season's payroll if they waive Boris Diaw this week, but sources say San Antonio is keeping Diaw.

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Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Behind a career-high 38 points from rookie Breanna Stewart, the Storm beat Atlanta 84-81 after Meghan Simmons missed a late tying 3. Seattle improves to 6-9 while the Dream drop to 8-7.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs beat the Reds 7-2 in 15 innings using three different pitchers in left field to get through the final couple innings. Travis Wood and Spencer Patton alternated pitching and playing left in one inning then set up man Pedro Strop played there in the 15th. None made a play on a ball.

Bonnie D. Ford ESPN Senior Writer 

First-time Olympian David Plummer celebrates with his family outside the CenturyLink Center in Omaha. Plummer, 30, charged to second place in the 100-meter backstroke at the U.S. Olympic trials.

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Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Bryce Harper has a homer and a double tonight. Believe it or not, it's the first time in over two months (April 23rd) that he's had more than one extra-base hit in a game.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

The victorious Coastal Carolina dugout. The Chanticleers beat Arizona 5-4 to even the CWS championship series at one game apiece. Same teams Wednesday night at 8 ET on ESPN for the national title.

Serena, totally filtered
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Serena Williams ... with rabbit ears?

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Rough day for Dodgers as Kershaw being sent home, Pederson is injured and Urias walks six. Consolation prizes: They beat the Brewers 6-5, Urias gets first victory.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona has stuck for a pair of runs on the bottom of the eighth, the second coming on Michael Paez's booting of an easy grounder they should have ended the inning. It's 5-4 Coastal Carolina.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Joe Maddon is pitching reliever Travis Wood after having him play left field for an inning. He switched positions with righty Spencer Patton who went to left field for an out and now is back pitching after Wood got Jay Bruce on a ground out.

Team USA excited for Rio
Olympic Sports 

"I'm just looking forward to playing with these great players on my team," Kevin Durant said.

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How do you sleep at night?

If you're the rapper Birdman, it's on $1 million cash in between his mattress and sheets.

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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Floodgates opened here in the top of the eighth for Coastal Carolina -- three runs on five hits. The Chanticleers lead 5-2, and barring a big comeback, we're going see a Game 3 at the College World Series finals on Wednesday night.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers' CF Joc Pederson walking off under his own power but holding his ribs on the right side. Hit the wall nearly at full speed.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Incredible catch by Joc Pederson on the run, but crashes into the wall and he is down.

Bonnie D. Ford ESPN Senior Writer 

Lilly King, newly-minted U.S. Olympic swimmer, on the biggest honor she could receive from her hometown of Evansville, Indiana: "I want to be the grand marshal of the fall festival parade." The 19-year-old won the Olympic trials 100-meter breaststroke in 1:05.20. She and Cody Miller, runner-up in the men's 100 breaststroke, are the first Indiana University swimmers to make an Olympic team in 40 years.

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Six teams for Durant to consider
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Who will give Kevin Durant the best chance to win a title? What about multiple titles? Kevin Pelton breaks it down. Insider

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