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Messi 'done playing with the national team'

Lionel Messi said Sunday night's emotional loss to Chile in the Copa America final was his last as a member of the Argentina team. "This is not for me," said Messi, who lost the 2014 World Cup final and three Copa finals while playing for Argentina.

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He's already won the first two majors of the season. Now Novak Djokovic begins his quest to win his third straight Wimbledon title (live on ESPN/WatchESPN).

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After playing for five NBA teams in six years, Jeremy Lin says the decision on where he signs will be about finding the team that can help him reach his full potential.

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Jim Bowden said 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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Watch: 2016 Wimbledon
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The third Grand Slam of the year begins today. Last year's champs -- Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams -- will be looking to defend their titles. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Messi hints at national team retirement

Barcelona star Lionel Messi revealed that he might never play for Argentina again after Sunday night's Copa America final loss to Chile: "It's a very hard moment for me to think about what happened." Story

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Doug McIntyre ESPN Staff Writer 

BREAKING: Lionel Messi says he's retiring from international soccer following Argentina's shootout loss -- in which he missed his spot kick -- to Chile in Sunday's Copa America final. It's Messi's third straight defeat in the final of a major tournament (Copa America or World Cup) and fourth overall. More to come...

Coastal Carolina's elaborate handshake

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Will Howard get paid max money?

Brian Windhorst broke down the teams that might be interested in free-agent center Dwight Howard, as well as whether any would offer him a max contract. Gauging Howard's market

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Is it smart to pester Clayton Kershaw?
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The Pirate Parrot drove a remote control car by the Dodgers' ace, who appeared visibly annoyed.

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Crashed bike, stolen scooter, can't lose
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MotoGP racer Marc Marquez wiped out and needed to get back to the pit quickly. Good thing there was a scooter with the keys nearby.

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When the praises go up, the buckets go in

Do foes have to guard Patrick Dorsey of Millbrook High School from 80 feet out? Probably not. But ... maybe?

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Carlin Dunne gave ESPN the Magazine's Alyssa Roenigk a first-person viewpoint from the back of his Ducati Multistrada before the Pike's Peak International Hill Climb closed for the day. Catch 'em if you can!

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Experts' picks: Wimbledon 2016
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Will Novak Djokovic repeat as Wimbledon champion? Our experts chime in with their picks for this year's event, which begins on Monday at the All England Club. Check it out

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Belgium's Alderweireld heads in free kick
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Toby Alderweireld headed in Kevin De Bruyne's free kick to give Belgium a 1-0 lead over Hungary in the knockout round at Euro 2016. Belgium went on to win 4-0 to advance to the quarterfinals.

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McCutchen slams bat, gets ejected
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Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen was ejected in the seventh inning after slamming his bat to the ground in reaction to being caught looking on a strikeout.

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Reason for excitement in Jacksonville?
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NFL Insider Dan Graziano talks about why there good reason for optimism in Jacksonville but stresses the fact that "things take time."

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Taylor comes at a ridiculous discount
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NFL Insider Mike Sando looks at the numbers behind Tyrod Taylor's contract, which are alarming since he put up numbers similar to the league MVP, Cam Newton

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Clayton Kershaw's two rough innings this season have been with Yasmani Grandal at behind the plate, but he's not going to let any of his catchers take the fall.

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Astros looking to stay hot in primetime
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The Baseball Tonight crew previews the Monday Night Baseball matchup between the Astros and Angels.

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Nicol: We shouldn't discount Italy
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The FC crew give their early predictions ahead of the Round of 16 match between Spain and Italy. "They surprised us in the game against Belgium."

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Kuhl: 'I won't be able to sleep tonight'
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Pirates pitcher Chad Kuhl describes how he's feeling after defeating Clayton Kershaw to pick up the victory in his major league debut.

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Name that Wimbledon contender
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The Wimbledon fortnight begins Monday with 128 women vying to lift the Venus Rosewater Dish. How well do you know the contenders at the All England Club? Quiz

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Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Sergio Aguero and other teammates are consoling Lionel Messi out on the field as we await the trophy presentation.

Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Lionel Messi missed his penalty kick, and has failed again in his quest to win a major tournament with Argentina.

Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Chile wins the Copa America on penalty kicks over Argentina, same as last year.