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Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony says he has spoken to team doctors concerning the Zika virus before deciding to play for Team USA in Brazil.

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Colon could be left behind for All-Star

Mets manager Terry Collins will definitely have his hands full when it comes to picking from the field of starting pitchers for his All-Star roster. With so many good arms to chose from, his own Bartolo Colon might just miss the cut. Olney: Potential All-Star snubs (Insider)

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How do rivals see the Eagles' QB group?

Philadelphia did more at quarterback this offseason than many teams do in a decade. Did the Eagles' moves make any waves around the division? Dan Graziano answers.

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Jets have a bargain in Brandon Marshall

Regardless of his quarterback, Marshall continues to produce, especially in the red zone. New York still has him under contract for two years and $17 million. Friendly contracts (Insider)

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Victor Cruz now a bargain for Giants

His health is a serious concern, but Cruz's contract is now easy to get away from if he can't return to form. But if the old Cruz re-emerges, New York has a steal. Friendly contracts (Insider)

Mets' offensive woes in perspective

Sunday's 5-2 loss was the 29th time this season that the Mets have been held to two runs or fewer in a game. Only the lowly Braves and Phillies have more such games, ESPN Stats & Info notes.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

2014 2nd-round pick Louis Layberie will play for the Knicks' Summer League team. Others on the roster include Ron Baker, Marshall Plumlee, Marvelle Harris and JP Tokoto, according to reports. Also, Souleyman Diabate, a 6-0 guard from the Ivory Coast, will play for the club in Summer League. The first summer league practice is scheduled for Wednesday.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Team president Randy Levine on suggestions that Yankees should become sellers at trade deadline: "I don't pay any attention to any of that. That's for you guys [with] nothing more important to write about that to write nonsense. When we decide to become sellers, if we decide to become sellers or if we decide to become buyers, you'll know. The difference is that most of you guys have never run anything and we have a lot of history here of knowing what we're doing. [We have] a lot of confidence in our baseball operations people. So, we'll see what happens. All the rest is just noise."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Yankees President Randy Levine on team possibly being sellers at trade deadline: "You guys obviously have nothing more important to write about than to write nonsense about that."

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Diary of Myles Thomas: Coney Island

Alongside Babe Ruth, Waite Hoyt and our 1927 Yankees protagonist celebrate on Coney Island, ride the Cyclone and enjoy the rest of the Disney World of the Roaring Twenties.

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This week in the 1986 Mets (June 27-July 2)

The Mets kept winning and the bullpen kept contributing, specifically co-closer Roger McDowell and the somewhat-forgotten Doug Sisk.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Add international guard Souleyman Diabate to the list of players on the Knicks' Summer League roster. Others include Ron Baker, Marshall Plumlee, Marvelle Harris and JP Tokoto, according to reports. The 29-year-old Diabate, a 6-0 guard from the Ivory Coast, has been on the radar of Knicks scouts for several months.

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Colangelo reflects on 2016 U.S. Olympic basketball roster

Managing director of USA basketball Jerry Colangelo joins Mike & Mike to share his thoughts on the roster constructed to represent the United States in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.

1927 Yankees diary

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  • Immerse yourself in the 1927 Yankees

    "The Diary of Myles Thomas" is an experiment in storytelling, a genre we're calling real-time historical fiction. Experience the Roaring Twenties through the eyes of a mediocre pitcher on the greatest baseball team of all time.