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Probe: Pats personnel probably deflated balls

The NFL has found that it is probable that New England Patriots employees deliberately deflated balls during the AFC Championship Game in January.

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Class-action suits pepper Pacquiao, promoters

Class action lawsuits suing Manny Pacquiao and his promoters for failing to disclose his injury to consumers before his fight against Floyd Mayweather are piling up.

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Haberstroh: Introducing 'Iso LeBron'

LeBron is averaging twice as many isos as he did last postseason, and it's hurting him. Tom Haberstroh breaks it down.

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Watch out, Neymar!
Soccer 

Bayern's Rafinha connects on a bicycle kick right near the Barcelona star's head during the first half of their Champions League semifinal at Barca's Camp Nou stadium. The match is 0-0 at half. Follow live

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NFL on ESPN @ESPNNFL

“I know there’s no way possible two equipment managers made an adjustment to something without the QB knowing“ - Jeff Saturday on NFL Live

Saturday disappointed in Brady
NFL 

ESPN's Jeff Saturday wishes there had been more accountability -- especially on Tom Brady's part -- in the Patriots' handling of 'Deflategate.'

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Schefter: Brady likely to be disciplined
NFL 

"It looks like there could and will be discipline handed down" to Patriots QB Tom Brady, ESPN Insider Adam Schefter reported on NFL Live. "This will [happen in] days, not weeks." Live coverage on ESPN

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Half: Bayern Munich 0, Barcelona 0
Soccer 

Despite Barca possessing the ball more (52%-48%) and having more shots on goal (4-0), the match remains scoreless at halftime. Bayern's been greatly helped by a couple of fantastic saves by keeper Manuel Neuer. Follow live

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NFL considering Wells Report discipline

Insider Adam Schefter told SportsCenter that discipline is coming for the Patriots. "There are 31 other teams that believed the Patriots gained an advantage."

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Luis Suarez surprises cancer patient
Soccer 

Mateo, an avid Uruguayan soccer fan, thought he was consulting with a leading Spanish specialist via video link. However, once the connection was made, Mateo was face-to-face with his country's soccer star. Makes his day

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Soccer 

Wells Report on Brady's cooperation

"Although Tom Brady appeared for a requested interview and answered questions voluntarily, he declined to make available any documents or electronic information (including text messages and emails) that we requested, even though those requests were limited to the subject matter of our investigation." Live coverage continues on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Barca's press frustrating Bayern
Soccer 

ESPN FC's Austin Lindberg: "Bayern look very careless in possession right now. They've given the ball away a good number of times as soon as Barcelona press." Follow live

Soccer 

Stanton shows he can homer too

Marlins OF Giancarlo Stanton didn't like Bryce Harper getting all the attention with his 3-for-3, 3-homer showing to begin the game -- so the Marlins slugger hit a 3-run HR of his own to cut the Nationals' lead to just 2, and it's 7-5 in the 8th. Follow live

Penalties for Patriots?
NFL 

Insider Adam Schefter told SportsCenter that discipline for "Deflategate" is coming for the Patriots. New England has been punished in the past for their role in 2007's "Spygate."

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Dermot Corrigan @dermotmcorrigan

Messi does that thing again where he disappears then reappears other side of three defenders. Curls just wide. Messi Messi says Camp Nou

Wells report: Brady learned psi range in Oct.

Following a win vs. the Jets on Oct. 16, Tom Brady "asked to see a copy of the applicable Playing Rule, learned for the first time that the permissible inflation range was 12.5 to 13.5 psi ... He felt a football that was inflated to 12.5 psi, and decided that should be the target for all future games because he did 'not ever want to get near the upper range again.'" Details

keithlaw @keithlaw

Even before today, Harper ranked in the top 9% of all position players in MLB history by WAR, and he won't turn 23 till October.

ESPN FC @ESPNFC

Chance! Müller sends a cross to unmarked Lewandowski, but he can't quite get to it.

Barcelona in control early over Bayern
Soccer 

ESPN FC's Austin Lindberg: "The Bavarians not getting nearly enough protection from their midfield. Barcelona overrunning the channels right now. Not sure if that's on Bayern's central midfielders being asked too much of or wide men not putting in a shift." Follow live

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Kraft 'disappointed' with Wells report

Said Patriots owner Robert Kraft, in response to the Wells' report finding: "To say we are disappointed in its findings, which do not include any incontrovertible or hard evidence of deliberate deflation of footballs at the AFC Championship Game, would be a gross understatement." Full statement

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Bryce Harper grounds out in 4th at-bat
MLB 

After starting the game 3-for-3 with 3 home runs and 4 RBIs, the Nationals OF showed he's human -- he grounded out to second but still drove in a run in the process. The Nats lead the Marlins 7-2 in the seventh.

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Kevin Seifert @SeifertESPN

More Polian: NFL will need to take permanent pregame custody of all game balls, as it does already with K-balls. “Rather simple fix."

Neymar ready for Bayern Munich
Soccer 

Barcelona's Neymar is ready for his squad's match with Bayern Munich in the Champions League semifinals. Follow live

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Kevin Seifert @SeifertESPN

“This is a serious competitive violation that has to be treated as such by the league.” — Bill Polian on Wells Report, via NFL Insiders.