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Follow live: Day 2 at Wimbledon

The first major upset at Wimbledon happened Tuesday on the women's side, where No. 3 seed Simona Halep lost her first-round match. Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer all enjoyed straight-set victories (live on ESPN & WatchESPN).

Russell Wilson: 'Let my play speak for itself' (2:49)
Top neighborhood plays (2:35)
D-Wade's top 10 plays (2:50)
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Celtics introduce rookies to history

The Boston Celtics introduced their four rookies Tuesday, then introduced them to the history of the franchise.

Mint Condition: Pre-Civil War card up for auction (2:48)
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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.

Real Wake Driven by MasterCraft (1:02)


Pop: Don't wake me up for free agency

Don't count Gregg Popovich, 66, among those to be making calls the second free agency starts. The Spurs coach 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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Ridnour's contract attractive to teams

Luke Ridnour has been traded four times this offseason, and Royce Young tells SportsCenter it's because of his valuable contract, which can be used to "manipulate the system."


Highlight: Cepelova upsets Halep

Jana Cepelova upset 3-seed Simona Halep in the first round of Wimbledon. Halep is now the highest-seeded player to lose in the first round of Wimbledon the year after reaching the semis.


Russell Wilson assuming all the risk

Said Adam Caplan: "If he suffers a significant injury, you don't know what's going to happen."


Is Favre serious about a NFL return?

ESPN Packers reporter Rob Demovsky says a Brett Favre return to the NFL is "way more than he could handle at this point" at age 45.


Beast Mode dives into Skittles

If you've ever wanted to see Marshawn Lynch take his trademark backward end-zone dive out of the endzone and into a giant container of Skittles, wait no longer. Lynch's colorful dive

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Countdown to the Body Issue: 6 days

Blake Griffin in the 2011 Body Issue was a slam dunk, as the new issue out July 6 is sure to be.

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Cavaliers extend qualifying offers to 3

If Matthew Dellavedova, Iman Shumpert or Tristan Thompson receive an offer sheet from another team, the Cavs will now have right of first refusal. Cavs GM David Griffin announced the moves Tuesday.

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Joey Gallo's line last night: 1 for 5, 4 K, 1 triple. 18th to have that line, including Rickey, Cito Gaston, Frank Howard & Reggie Sanders!

Rangers activate Josh Hamilton

The outfielder said he was "good to go" Monday and has been activated from the DL today. The team optioned Joey Gallo to Triple-A Round Rock.

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U.S.-Germany, the best WWC game ever?
Women's World Cup 

Yes, it is, writes Allison McCann, "according to our Women’s Soccer Power Index, which gives this game an average WSPI rating of 95.5. That’s the largest average WSPI of any two teams to ever play each other at a Women’s World Cup." Best since '99 WWC final

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OTD: Atlanta awarded an NFL franchise

On June 30, 1965, the NFL awarded its 15th franchise to Atlanta, and a contest was announced to name the team, with the "Falcons" being chosen by many. They played their first season in 1966.

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Do the Lakers still appeal to big stars?

-- "It's a close call," said one NBA agent, "but probably not, only because it seems players are valuing other things these days a lot more."
-- "They still have an edge," one executive said, "but not like they used to." What's changed

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Who starts, who sits for USWNT tonight?
Women's World Cup 

Said Julie Foudy: "This is going to be the toughest decision coach [Jill] Ellis has to make because they had some success in that last lineup against China, and she's got two players coming back off double-yellow card suspensions."

Women's World Cup 

Wambach close to another record
Women's World Cup 

Abby Wambach (183) already has scored the most international goals in soccer history. She also has a chance to set the record for most goals all-time at the Women's World Cup.

Women's World Cup 

Scottie Pippen: I was LeBron before LeBron

"They want to compare him to the greatest whether it be Michael Jordan or Magic Johnson, but he's more closer to myself. It's natural for folks to say that, but if you look at how he plays the game and how I played the game, you'll see more similarities with us." (via Northeast Ohio Media Group)

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Sonny Gray scratched from tonight's start. Gray ranks first in AL in ERA (2.09) and well-hit average (.078), second in opponent OPS (.533)

The Mavs' big sell to DeAndre Jordan

Dallas envisions a bigger offensive role for the free agent Clipper. With Dirk Nowitzki's outside shooting opening things up, the Mavs believe Jordan's high-flying game can flourish. Getting Jordan to buy in

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Bouchard: Ready to put this behind me

Eugenie Bouchard, who lost in the first round Tuesday, has a tear in her abdominal muscle and knew it wasn't smart to play but says, "I couldn't pass on Wimbledon."


Cam Talbot's most devoted fan

The goalie was traded from the Rangers to the Oilers over the weekend, and 7-year-old Kailey Krusewski was crushed. Her letter to Talbot can't be missed. 'I will miss you pal'

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