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NBA players react to Warriors-Thunder Game 7

12:17 AM ET The Golden State Warriors overcame a 13-point deficit to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder and advance to the NBA Finals for the second consecutive year, capping off an impressive comeback from a 3-1 series deficit in the … Continue reading

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Mets' Harvey knows one gem doesn't fix problems

8:16 PM ET Danny Knobler, Special to ESPN.com NEW YORK — If anyone needed a reminder of how far Matt Harvey had sunk, it came Monday, after what was easily his best outing of the season. Harvey was outstanding in … Continue reading

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Tennis players cleared of match-fixing allegations

11:20 PM ET ESPN.com news services International tennis officials completed an independent investigation this month that has cleared four mixed-doubles players of alleged match-fixing at this year’s Australian Open. The Tennis Integrity Unit issued a statement to The Wall Street … Continue reading

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Dodgers invited to a holiday gathering, get roasted

10:42 PM ET Doug PadillaESPN Staff Writer Close Doug covers the Los Angeles Dodgers for ESPN.com. He joined ESPN Chicago in July 2010 and covered the Chicago White Sox for ESPNChicago.com and ESPN Radio 1000 through the 2015 season. CHICAGO … Continue reading

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2016 NBA Finals schedule

11:35 PM ET All Times ET NBA Finals (Best of seven) Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Western Conference champion Game 1 – Thursday, Cavaliers at Warriors, 9 p.m. on ABC Game 2 – Sunday, Cavaliers at Warriors, 8 p.m. on ABC Game … Continue reading

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Why Jim Grobe is the perfect choice for Baylor

11:00 PM ET Heather DinichESPN Staff Writer Close College football reporter Joined ESPN.com in 2007 Graduate of Indiana University Former Wake Forest linebacker Aaron Curry was a redshirt junior in 2007 when he made the unfortunate decision to skip his … Continue reading

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UNC's run to the national championship defied logic and the odds

7:29 PM ET Dana O’NeilESPN Senior Writer Close College basketball reporter. Joined ESPN in 2007. Graduate of Penn State University. PHILADELPHIA — His entire offense sputtering, if not entirely stuffed by the Hofstra defense, Dave Metzbower finally reached his boiling … Continue reading

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Raptors GM: Re-signing DeRozan is 'No. 1 goal'

7:11 PM ET ESPN.com news services Toronto Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri said his top priority this offseason will be to re-sign DeMar DeRozan, while the team’s run to the Eastern Conference finals proved Dwane Casey is his squad’s “coach … Continue reading

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Buss: Phil won't be leaving Knicks to join Lakers

6:58 PM ET Los Angeles Lakers co-owner Jeanie Buss says that Phil Jackson, her fiancé and the president of the Knicks, will not be leaving New York to rejoin the Lakers. “No. To visit, yes … but in terms of … Continue reading

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What we were thinking during the NCAA tournament selections

7:15 PM ET Eric Sorenson The NCAA baseball tournament field of 64 teams is set. The battle for a trip to Omaha and a berth in the College World Series begins Friday with the regional round on the ESPN family … Continue reading

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