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12hDave McMenamin

LeBron on slowing Curry in Finals: 'You can't'

When asked Friday what it will take to slow down league MVP Stephen Curry in the NBA Finals, the Cavaliers' LeBron James said, "The same way you slow me down. You can't."

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Leah Still suffers setback in cancer treatment

Leah Still, the 5-year-old daughter of Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still, has been diagnosed with veno-occlusive disease resulting from a complication in her recovery from pediatric cancer.

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10hKevin Arnovitz

Sefolosha says arrest has hurt his reputation

Hawks forward Thabo Sefolosha blames police for the leg injuries he suffered during his April arrest in New York and told ESPN that the incident has damaged his reputation.

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1dDavid Schoenfield

Time for some fearless predictions!

Among the predictions: The San Francisco Giants' Brandon Crawford will win the NL MVP award and the Los Angeles Dodgers will pick up Aroldis Chapman.

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Photos: Friday Funnies - Celebration Fails

Celebrations can be pretty epic, but for some ... in not such a great way. A look at some of the top celebration fails on the field.

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Petra Kvitova needs only 58 minutes to take out Irina-Camelia Begu 6-3, 6-2 to reach the fourth round at the French Open.

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Solid starts from Andy Murray and Petra Kvitova, who are both up a break early in the first set at the French Open. #RG15

Murray looks to avoid upset in 3rd round

No. 3 seed Andy Murray is set to take the court at Roland Garros to face Nick Kyrgios, the 20-year-old Australian who stunned Rafael Nadal at last year’s Wimbledon tournament. Murray is 2-0 in his career vs. Kyrgios. Follow live

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Everyone on the same page with FIFA
Soccer 

Bob Ley, who said he's not frustrated by the protocol surrounding the re-election of Sepp Blatter, tore up the FIFA official agenda: "For those who say it's base ... and unfair that FIFA makes it up as they go along, they are making it up as they go along."

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Soccer 

Sefolosha: Arrest hurt reputation
NBA 

The Hawks forward, who has blamed police for leg injuries suffered during an April arrest in New York, said that the incident not only ended his season but also brought stress to his entire family: "Every aspect of my life was affected by something like this." Double the damage

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NBA 

#MassiveFootballCup final predictor
Soccer 

ESPN FC is tired of talking about the FIFA scandal and opt for some entertainment, making their picks for four cup finals this weekend.

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Soccer 

Man slapped by massive fish

It's like the old saying goes -- sometimes, you catch the fish. And sometimes, the fish absolutely embarrasses you by slapping you silly with its tail. Call it the scales of justice. Hats off to this fish

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Khan's victory could spell Mayweather
Boxing 

For more than a year, Amir Khan has been chasing a fight with Floyd Mayweather but has been the bridesmaid. But after his win over Chris Algieri, Khan could get the call for Mayweather's Sept. 12 bout, Dan Rafael writes. Highest profile fighter left?

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Boxing 

Belichick: 'We're on to next year'
NFL 

Patriots coach Bill Belichick's "short-term focus" was on display today, says Mike Reiss. Meanwhile, Adam Schefter says that Roger Goodell is expected to be part of Tom Brady's hearing set for June 23.

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NFL 

NBA Finals: The best and worst unis
NBA 

There are lots of interesting subplots to the NBA Finals match-up between the Cavs and the Warriors -- LeBron vs. Steph, the Bay Area vs. the Rust Belt, and so on. But we know what you're thinking: Yeah, that other stuff is fine, but what about the uniforms? Best. Jersey. Ever.

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NBA 

Melrose: 'Tampa Bay is great in New York'
NHL 

With Ben Bishop shutting out the Rangers and beating Henrik Lundqvist in Game 7, is it time to give him the throne? Not so fast, according to Barry Melrose: "I think he's got to win the next round to be the king, but the guy is an unbelievable player."

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NHL 

Adam Silver responds to draft proposal
NBA 

FiveThirtyEight crowdsourced solutions to fix the NBA draft, sent the best one to commissioner Adam Silver and he responded. Even though he said he won't be riding a bear into the lottery room any time soon (as one suggested), he said "there appears to be a growing consensus that we need to reform the draft lottery." 'No tanking talk'

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NBA 

Strike him out; throw him out; do it again

You've got to be careful on the basepaths. Indiana's baseball team pulled off a crazy triple play against Radford.

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