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NBA free agency: Latest rumblings and reports

The market is open. NBA free agency news is coming in fast. Stay up to date with the latest on Kevin Durant and others right here.

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Top international prospects and where they're likely to sign

Keith Law and Christopher Crawford rank the top teenage talents expected to sign after the international signing period begins this weekend, including highly touted Venezuelan Kevin Maitan.

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What makes Durant so likely to return to Thunder? (0:52)
A. Micah Smith
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Quiz: Where are you going in free agency?

Bright lights of New York, championship culture of San Antonio or Hollywood lifestyle of L.A.? When it comes to destinations, NBA players have their choices. Where would you sign in free agency?

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What is Dwyane Wade's loyalty worth?

The Heat face a major decision in their negotiation with free agent Dwyane Wade. We look at the history and the implications.

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50 datos sobre Mike Tyson en sus 50 años

El mocetón de Catskill, Nueva York, ha tenido una vida sin medias tintas, siempre en lo más alto o lo más bajo. Aquí te recordamos sus momentos más importantes.

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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeremy Lin reunites with his former assistant in New York when Linsanity began, Nets coach Kenny Atkinson. Lin credits Atkinson a lot for his development as a player.

NBA 

ICYMI: No DH, no problem
MLB 

Batting in place of a designated hitter in an American League park, pitcher Madison Bumgarner went 1-for-4 and struck out four batters as the Giants beat the Athletics.

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Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

The Wizards, Pistons, Lakers, Mavs and Jazz among teams expressing interest in Blazers restricted free agent forward Moe Harkless, a source said.

NBA 

Noah to Knicks: good move or bad?
NBA 

Kevin Pelton provides an early verdict on the contract that will reportedly take him through age 35. How he fits (Insider)

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NBA 

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

The Warriors' meeting with Kevin Durant in the Hamptons this morning, sources say, began at 10 AM EST

NBA 

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Hearing Jeremy Lin landed a three-year deal worth $36 million from Brooklyn

NBA 

Hazard's Belgium ready for Wales test
European Championship 

A win sends Belgium to its first semifinals of a major tournament since the 1986 World Cup. Watch the game at 3 p.m. ET on ESPN2/WatchESPN. Wales stands in the way

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Jorge Sedano: Pat Riley needs Whiteside
NBA 

Hassan Whiteside leads the league in blocks (392) and blocks per game (3.2) since the start of the 2014 season.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The bright side of Dallas' max offer to Hassan Whiteside being declined early Friday morning: The board hasn't been picked clean, as it was when DeAndre Jordan changed his mind and reneged on his commitment to the Mavs last season. Available bigs who fit the younger, more athletic mold the Mavs are seeking include Bismack Biyombo, Festus Ezeli and Ian Mahinmi. Dwight Howard, the Mavs' top target in 2012, is also on the market. So is Zaza Pachulia, the Mavs' primary starting center last season.

ESPN's American League All-Stars
MLB 

Jose Altuve and Mike Trout are locks, but our experts were all over the board at shortstop. The picks

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MLB 

When rage takes over on tennis court
Tennis 

Tennis is normally considered a polite game. But in honor of Viktor Troicki's epic meltdown, relive some of the greatest moments of rage on the court.

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Tennis 

DeMar DeRozan's monster deal
NBA 

Adnan Virk said Toronto had to give DeRozan the second-largest contract in NBA history to ensure it didn't lose its latest American star.

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Peter Bodo Tennis 

Drying Court No. 17 the old-fashioned way. Put down absorbent cushions. Jump up and down repeatedly. waiting for "The Donald." Young that is, who is playing Lucas Pouille soon. maybe.

Tennis 

Where would you go in NBA free agency?
NBA 

Bright lights of New York, championship culture of San Antonio or Hollywood lifestyle of L.A.? When it comes to destinations, NBA players have their choices. Take our quiz

A. Micah Smith
NBA 

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

Madison Bumgarner's latest feat of offensive wizardry: First opposing pitcher with an XBH in an AL park since...John Wetteland doubled, as a Ranger, in Yankee Stadium on 8/16/97

MLB 

Joe McDonald ESPN Staff Writer 

Where will UFA forward Milan Lucic land today? We know it's not Vancouver, Los Angeles or Boston. The Bruins never reached out to Lucic. While it appears he will sign with Edmonton, it would be so fun to see him land in Montreal.

A division lead on July 1: What does it mean?
MLB 

Of the last 120 division champions, 77 (or 64%) held at least a share of their division lead entering July 1. The last time all six July 1 division leaders went on to win those divisions was 1999. Standings

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MLB 

A history of dead money deals

These players know the feeling that Bobby Bonilla has today as he cashes his annual $1.19M check.

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Burning NFL offseason questions
NFL 

Who is more feared on the Cowboys' offense: the Tony Romo-to-Dez Bryant connection or the offensive line? Q's for all 32 teams

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NFL 

Why Bobby Bonilla gets paid $1.19M today
MLB 

Each year on July 1, the Mets have to bust out the check book to pay someone who hasn't played for them since 1999. Here's why

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MLB 

Surprised by numbers of Noah deal?
NBA 

There's one number in the potential four-year, $72M deal that catches Brian Windhorst's eye.

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NBA 

CFL player celebrates TD on wrong bench
CFL 

Montreal Alouettes wide receiver Duron Carter heads to the wrong bench to celebrate a touchdown catch and then it gets even more interesting.

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CFL 

Good morning. Let's grunt
Tennis 

The crowd is pumped up for Nick Kyrgios-Dustin Brown and does the grunting for them as they warm up.

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