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Follow live: Day 2 at Wimbledon

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are cruising so far in their first-round matches at Wimbledon. No. 3 seed Andy Murray also plays Tuesday (live on ESPN/WatchESPN).

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Sources: Aldridge to meet Lakers, Rockets first

The Lakers and Rockets will get the first opportunities to meet with LaMarcus Aldridge shortly after the free-agency period officially begins at 9:01 p.m. PT Tuesday in Los Angeles.

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Nance was 'terrified' of Kobe's reaction to tweet

Lakers draft pick Larry Nance Jr. said he was "terrified" of his new teammate Kobe Bryant's reaction to a tweet Nance sent in 2012 that referenced a 2012 sexual assault case involving Bryant.

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Wade forgoes option with Heat, will be free agent

Dwyane Wade, a perennial All-Star and three-time NBA champion, has decided to not pick up his option with the Miami Heat for next year, announcing his decision through a representative.

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Russell Wilson: 'Let my play speak for itself' (2:49)
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Anderson takes perfect game into seventh (0:46)
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Brief history of strange kicker/punter moments

Steve Weatherford isn't the first punter or kicker to draw attention for something besides booting footballs. We revisit the "idiot kicker," the ax mishap and other kicking fraternity weirdness.

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Olbermann: Video replay is killing baseball (6:05)
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Diving Frisbee catch coming in hot! (0:31)
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Which athletic achievements deserve an ESPY?

Your vote decides who will take home the ESPY for Best Male and Female Athlete, Best Play and so much more. The results will air on the 2015 ESPYS on July 15 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Jim Brown: No in-between with Manziel
NFL 

"I believe he's going to be a star or he's going to be a bust. There's no in-between. I like Johnny. He creates action. But there's no middle ground on Johnny. He's going to be that guy, or he's probably going to be out of there. I like it that way, because they need dynamics at quarterback." (via USA Today Sports)

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Federer speeding through match
Tennis 

Roger Federer has needed only 43 minutes to take a 2-0 set lead over Damir Dzumhur in Wimbledon action today. How quickly can he close it out? Live on WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Trout's career HR total: 500? 600?
MLB 

ESPN's Tim Kurkjian told SportsCenter: "He'll have more than 500. Sure about that. And we're still almost 400 short of that. That's how confident we are."

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Melissa Isaacson @mkisaacson

You have to think Wimbledon's record heat forecast played part in Wms sisters' decision to pull out of doubles.

Melissa Isaacson @mkisaacson

When Wms sisters withdrew from Aus Open, Venus said: According to the rules, you don't have to give a reason. I think we'll stick with that

Pop: Don't wake me up for free agency
NBA 

NBA free agency starts at midnight tonight, and coaches will immediately begin to pursue free agents ... well, coaches who aren't named Gregg Popovich. The Spurs coach, 66, told the San Antonio Express-News: "I'm not calling anyone at midnight. I'll be in bed. And if that’s the difference in someone coming or not coming, then I don't want them.”

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NBA 

History on the line for Federer
Tennis 

Roger Federer's 7 career Wimbledon titles is tied with Pete Sampras and William Renshaw for most all-time and leaves Fed just 2 titles shy of tying Rafael Nadal for most titles at a single Grand Slam.

Tennis 

ESPNTennis @ESPNTennis

Score Update: Tsonga leads Muller 2 sets to 1 Robson loses 1st set to Rodina Karlovic d. Ymer in 4 sets Sock trails Groth 2 sets to 1

Strong play from U.S., Germany defense
Women's World Cup 

Hope Solo and Germany's Nadine Angerer have only faced 11 shots on goal so far in the 2015 Womens World Cup, the fewest in the tournament. The U.S. and Germany face off tonight at 7 p.m. ET in the semifinal.

Women's World Cup 

NFL future power rankings
NFL 

Which NFL teams are positioned for success over the next three seasons? The Patriots and Cowboys are both in the top 10, but Green Bay claimed the top spot thanks to Aaron Rodgers and a strong draft class. Full rankings (Insider)

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Williams sisters withdraw from doubles
Tennis 

Venus and Serena won't play doubles at Wimbledon this year, withdrawing from the event this morning. They were replaced by Misaki Doi and Stephanie Vogt. Serena, the No. 1 seed in singles, could face Venus in the fourth round.

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Tennis 

Wambach has goals but no title
Women's World Cup 

Abby Wambach has more international goals than any player in soccer history -- man or woman -- but she's still seeking a World Cup title.

Women's World Cup 

Russell Wilson -- He's no backup
NFL 

Russell Wilson's $1.54M base salary is in line with his draft position, but consider this: Eight backup QBs are scheduled to make a higher base salary than Wilson next season, including THIRD STRINGER Charlie Whitehurst.

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Lions fan with laser pointer fined
NFL 

An 18-year-old from West Bloomfield, Mich., has been sentenced to 80 hours of community service and a $235 fine for using a laser pointer during a Lions-Bills game to distract Bills players. Marko Beslach, who had boasted on Twitter about the pointer, has also been banned from Ford Field.

NFL 

No getting the drop on Nadal
Tennis 

Thomaz Bellucci hit a nice drop shot in the second set, but Rafael Nadal responds with a great drop shot of his own to win the point. Nadal leads 6-4, 2-0.

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Boston Bruins @nhlbruins

The #NHLBruins have signed blueliner Adam McQuaid to a four-year contract extension through the 2018-19 season.

NBA big men changing places
NBA 

Over the past 3 seasons, LaMarcus Aldridge, Kevin Love and DeMarcus Cousins are the only 3 players to average 20 PPG and 10 RPG. All 3 could change teams, either in a trade (Cousins) or via free agency (Aldridge, Love).

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NBA 

Federer takes Centre Court
Tennis 

Roger Federer begins his 17th Wimbledon, seeking his 8th title, as he faces Damir Dzumhur in the first round. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Jerry Crasnick @jcrasnick

"When I asked Pete to be our manager on an interim basis, we had to wait for (him) to say yes,'' Amaro said. "He graciously accepted.''