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Early barrage carries USA to Women's World Cup title

The USA stunned Japan with four straight goals in the opening 16 minutes and never looked back to win its third Women's World Cup and first since 1999.

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Sources: Pistons, G Jackson agree to $80M deal

The Detroit Pistons have re-signed restricted free agent point guard Reggie Jackson to a five-year, $80 million contract, sources told ESPN.com.

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USA builds new soccer legacy (5:09)
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Schaap: Ted Jackson's unique marathon journey

Ted Jackson isn't your average marathoner, but the pudgy Briton who favors gyros and french fries has an iron will that allowed him to run seven marathons on seven continents in seven days.

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2015 ESPY Day Auction

Golf with Chris Berman, spend a day with Mike & Mike in Bristol or watch the Mavs with Mark Cuban. Bid on these and more amazing experiences and support The V Foundation for cancer research.

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Leaderboard with 40 laps to go
NASCAR 

    At the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona:
  • 1. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • 2. Jimmie Johnson
  • 3. Paul Menard
  • 4. Trevor Bayne
  • 5. Clint Bowyer

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Déjà vu for Mia Hamm at World Cup
Women's World Cup 

"We shouldn't want this World Cup to be exactly like the last. That was a beautiful moment, where a women's team sport was on the biggest stage for the first time in history. That team bottled magic," Kate Fagan writes. Bump for women's soccer?

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Pierre-Paul injury reportedly not serious
NFL 

Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul injured his hands in a fireworks accident in South Florida, according to ESPN sources and multiple reports. A source tells ESPN that Pierre-Paul has bad burns on his palm and tips of three fingers. One finger is being checked for nerve damage, but the source said it is believed Pierre-Paul will be fine.

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Late goal lifts Portland over San Jose
Soccer 

A second-half stoppage-time goal from Jack Jewsbury proved to be the decider for the Timbers in their 1-0 win over the Earthquakes.

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Leaderboard through 100 of 160 laps
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    At the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona:
  • 1. Denny Hamlin
  • 2. Kevin Harvick
  • 3. Paul Menard
  • 4. Matt Kenseth
  • 5. Dale Earnhardt Jr.

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Sunday's MLB Power Rankings
MLB 

After Pirates RHP Gerrit Cole hadn't won a game since June 18, he gave up 3 ER through 8 innings Sunday to beat the Indians 5-3 and earn his MLB-best 12th win of the season. Yeah, that tops our list. Matz, Hanley, the Da La Rosas

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U.S. avenges disappointment from 2011
Women's World Cup 

Four years ago, the United States let two leads slip away as it fell to Japan on penalty kicks in the World Cup final. With a dominating win Sunday, the U.S. bounced back. Notable teams that got revenge

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Leaderboard through 75 of 160 laps
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    At the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona:
  • 1. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • 2. Jimmie Johnson
  • 3. Kevin Harvick
  • 4. Matt Kenseth
  • 5. Martin Truex Jr.

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BBTN reacts to NL All-Star starters
MLB 

Though Tim Kurkijian said he would "make a couple little changes" -- namely playing Brandon Crawford at SS and Joc Pederson in the outfield -- he thinks the NL fans "did really well on this one."

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Bryce Harper @bharper3407

Very blessed and excited to be part of the @mlb All Star Game this year..I can't thank the @nationals fans and all the other fans across the country that have voted for me and continue to support me! I play for the #NationalLeague #MLB #Nats

Omri Casspi staying with Kings

Sources told ESPN that Casspi and the Kings are finalizing a 2-year, $6M deal to keep the first Israeli in NBA history with the Kings -- the team that drafted him. (via Marc Stein)

Kyle Busch with work to do at Daytona
NASCAR 

From Bob Pockrass: "Busch avoided disaster at Daytona. He slapped the wall on Lap 17 and lost two laps while making repairs. But he's back on the lead lap as he got two 'free passes' under caution as the top driver at least one lap down. Even with a damaged car, he could salvage a decent finish."

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Leaderboard through 50 of 160 laps
NASCAR 

    At the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona:
  • 1. Jimmie Johnson
  • 2. Denny Hamlin
  • 3. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • 4. Landon Cassill
  • 5. Kyle Larson
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Losing Marlins get two ASG starters
MLB 

The Royals and Cardinals lead their divisions, so it's no surprise to see them get multiple All-Star starters. The other team with at least two players? The Marlins, who are 13 games below .500 and 11.5 games back in the NL East.

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MLB 

Gallery: U.S. rolls to Women's World Cup
Women's World Cup 

For the first time since 1999, the United States lifted the Women's World Cup trophy. Take a look at the best moments from the Americans' 5-2 win over Japan. Photo gallery

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Leaderboard through 25/160 laps
NASCAR 

    At the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona:
  • 1. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • 2. Jimmie Johnson
  • 3. Kasey Kahne
  • 4. Matt Kenseth
  • 5. Jeff Gordon

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NASCAR 

Markgraf: Jill Ellis deserves credit

ESPN FC's Kate Markgraf says the strategic changes U.S. coach Jill Ellis implemented helped her team win the Women's World Cup.

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Value of Carli Lloyd's likeness soars
Women's World Cup 

"While on the field during Sunday's 5-2 Cup-winning triumph, Lloyd ... picked up roughly 50,000 Twitter followers," Darren Rovell writes. Lloyd's website crashes

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NASCAR getting a late start at Daytona
NASCAR 

Following an extended rain delay, the drivers have fired up their engines for the Coke Zero 400. Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be on the pole, and Austin Dillon will start on the outside of the front row.

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