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Holiday duel at Chavez Ravine: Harvey, Greinke square off

A night after Noah Syndergaard and Clayton Kershaw battled in the series opener, Dodger Stadium is home to another stellar pitching matchup.

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Sources: LeBron talks quiet as Cavs work deals

The Cleveland Cavaliers are busy on several fronts as they attempt to solidify their roster. But for the moment that does not include talks with free agent LeBron James, sources told ESPN.com.

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Hot dog! Stonie eats 62 to dethrone Chestnut

Matt Stonie shocked the competitive eating world Saturday by upsetting Joey Chestnut at the Fourth of July hot dog eating contest at Nathan's Famous in Coney Island.

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Pham, Cardinals edge Padres (0:45)
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Stonie dethrones Chestnut as hot dog eating champ (0:29)
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A patriotic tribute to the best dunks (2:03)
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Team USA's World Cup journey (5:22)
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Cabrera placed on DL for first time in career (2:53)
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2015 Tour de France tracker

Follow all the action at this year's Tour de France with live updates and commentary, stage profiles and more.

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Doc Jacobs overcoming all odds (3:48)

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Tatum's posterizing dunk
Men Basketball Recruiting 

Team USA U19 forward Jayson Tatum is the No. 2 recruit in the ESPN 100 Class of 2016 and is considering Duke, Kentucky and UNC. He showed why those schools want him on this must-see throwdown in the semifinals today against Greece.

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Chile breaks skid against Argentina
Soccer 

With Alexis Sanchez’s winning penalty, Chile captured its first Copa América title and its first victory over Argentina in the tournament. Chile had been 0-18-6 in 24 previous meetings.

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CHILE WIN THE 2015 COPA AMERICA!!!!! Alexis Sanchez calmly slots it after Sergio Romero's dive! 4-1 on penalties! #CA2015Final

Chile wins Copa America final on PK's
Copa America 

Gonzalo Higuaín sailed his penalty over the net and Ever Banega had his shot saved as Chile became the first host nation to win Copa América since Colombia in 2001.

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Athletics edge out Mariners

Ben Zobrist drove in both of Oakland's runs but it was enough to beat the Mariners as Kendall Graveman and the A's bullpen held Seattle off the board. Box score

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Experience on Argentina's side
Copa America 

Argentina is 8-4 when they go to penalty shootouts, while Chile is 0-2. Follow the penalties

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Lakers' reasoning for getting Hibbert
NBA 

Brian Windhorst said on SportsCenter: "This was probably option 6 or 7 for the Lakers, but they weren't able to get their top options in free agency. What this is doing is they're saying 'all right, we're going to try again next year.'"

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Kevin Durant on 2016 free agency
NBA 

"I haven't thought about it. I hear it all the time but I'm really just focusing on rehab. I can't get there unless I take care of today, so that's how I try to look at it even though I hear it from every side, thinking past to next summer. I'm not even trying to focus on that." KD nearing return

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Copa América final to be decided on PK's
Soccer 

Argentina and Chile were unable to find a goal through 120 minutes and for the 3rd time since 1993 the final will be decided by penalties. Follow live

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Germany is shut out in consecutive WWC games for the first time ever. Germany had never been shut out twice at all in a single WWC.

England takes 3rd at Women's World Cup
Women's World Cup 

Fara Williams’ penalty in the 108th was the game’s only goal as England captured its first win against Germany in 21 meetings. It was Williams’ 5th career WWC goal, passing Kelly Smith for most in England history. Stats

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England takes the lead on a penalty
Women's World Cup 

The first breakthrough of the match comes in the 108th minute as Fara Williams converts from the penalty spot to put England ahead of Germany in the Women's World Cup 3rd-place game. Follow live

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Fara Williams is 2nd player to score 3 penalties at a single WWC (Norway's Tina Svensson in 1991).

Locke throws gem, Pirates beat Indians

Jeff Locke went 8 shutout innings, giving up two hits, 0 walks and striking out 6. Pittsburgh got the 1-0 win. Box score

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