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Seventh annual Body Issue

It's time for ESPN The Magazine's annual celebration of athletes' bodies, in which we admire the potential of the human form and stand in awe of those who push their physiques to profound frontiers.

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Sources: Spurs lure West for veteran minimum

The Spurs continued their run of good fortune Monday, luring free agent David West for what sources confirmed to ESPN's Marc Stein's will be the veteran minimum of about 1.5 million.

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2015 ESPYS: Vote for best team

The six teams nominated for 2015 ESPY for Best Team posted dramatic wins, upsets and amazing championship seasons. But who was the best of the best? Vote now!

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Images from crash-marred Tour de France stage

Monday's high-speed crash took down several riders -- including the overall leader -- during the third stage of the Tour de France and produced some stark images.

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Lloyd: There's nothing like a World Cup (4:38)
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Okamoto: McGregor-Mendes preview

Can Conor McGregor handle Chad Mendes' wrestling? Will Mendes opt to strike with McGregor? Brett Okamoto previews their UFC 189 interim featherweight title bout.

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Djoker's fate will have to wait
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Manic Monday turned into utter chaos for defending champion Novak Djokovic, who will have to wait until Tuesday to play a deciding fifth set against Kevin Anderson. Play suspended

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WHITE CHOCOLATE JR.?
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Jason Williams' son Jaxon plays basketball as well -- and like his old man, is absolutely untouchable on the court. Check it out!

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Winner-take-all tourney begins Friday

It features 97 teams in four regions, with plenty of former NBA and college stars. And in the end, one team will take home $1 million. Jay Harris breaks down "The Basketball Tournament."

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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

Given complexities of the Joe Johnson talks, sources say Cavs looking into the prospect of a simpler deal headlined by Crawford and Haywood

Cavs exploring Jamal Crawford trade
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In addition to a trade for Nets guard Joe Johnson, Cleveland is also looking at the veteran Clippers guard, sources tell ESPN's Marc Stein. The deal would ship Brendan Haywood's non-guaranteed $10.5M contract to L.A.

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Serena's Wimbledon report card
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Serena Williams was at her absolute best against big sister Venus Williams on Monday. Her performance should give chills to the rest of the Wimbledon field. Interim grades are in

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Jermaine Jones poses for the Body Issue

"I will do everything to get back to the World Cup. I know there will be young players that will come and push for my position. So I have to take care of myself. I have to play every game, and when I play, I have to play 100 percent to prove that I'm in still shape." Body 2015

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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

One source on why Marc Gasol needed so much time to sign off on his Memphis deal when he was considering zero other teams: "He's methodical"

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So the Spurs replaced Tiago Splitter and Aron Baynes with LaMarcus Aldridge and David West.

Aldridge makes Spurs favorites in West
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Kevin Pelton analyzes this weekend's free-agency activity, and says the Spurs are poised for a Warriors-like performance next season after adding standout forward LaMarcus Aldridge. "Buckle up" (Insider)

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West heads south to San Antonio
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David West will sign with the Spurs for the veteran minimum of roughly $1.5M after opting out of $12M with Indiana, according to ESPN & media sources (first reported by NBA.com). Sources say Cleveland, Golden State and Washington all offered West more money

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McIlroy joins Bynum on dubious list
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Rory McIlroy isn't alone when it comes to athletes getting hurt in bizarre ways. Andrew Bynum injured his knees while bowling, after all. Odd sports injuries

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Marc Gasol agrees with Grizzlies

The two sides reached a five-year deal worth $110 million that includes a player option after the 4th year, sources told ESPN's Marc Stein. The 30-year-old Gasol is a two-time All-Star and former Defensive Player of the Year.

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To be continued ...
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Novak Djokovic and Kevin Anderson will play the decisive fifth set of their Round of 16 match at 8 a.m. ET tomorrow. Anderson won the first two sets in tiebreakers, while the defending champ rallied to win the next two sets.

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Vandeweghe upsets Safarova to advance

Coco Vandeweghe topped French Open finalist and 6-seed Lucie Safarova in straight sets (7-6, 7-6) to reach her first Grand Slam quarters.

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Cano battles long-term stomach ailment

Robinson Cano told USA Today Sports that a stomach issue he had last August turned out to be a common parasite. It was treated with antibiotics, but he still is bothered by acid reflux, and that diet issues aren't helping. "Sometimes I eat only once a day before playing, because I feel full. And you just don't have the same energy."

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Federer looks ahead to quarterfinals
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Roger Federer on his next opponent, Gilles Simon: "Well he's probably one of the best counter-punchers we have in the game. He also has the capacity to play forward. I've always had some tough challenges in the past and it's nice to also see him getting it going on the grass."

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Grass a friend to Andy Murray
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Murray improved to 9-0 on grass courts in 2015 with his fourth-round win over Ivo Karlovic today. He'll face Vasek Pospisil in the Wimbledon quarterfinals.

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ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

Djokovic-Anderson suspended for the day tied 2 sets each. Djokovic has not lost before quarterfinals at a Grand Slam since 2009 French Open.

Djokovic forces 5th set vs. Anderson
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Novak Djokovic rallied from 2 sets down against Kevin Anderson to win the third and fourth sets. However, the decisive fifth set won't be played until tomorrow because of darkness.

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Kevin Love poses for The Body Issue
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"You've heard the saying, "Some people live to eat, and some people eat to live"; I think you can figure out which one I was. ... If you asked me to pose back then, that would have been a solid 'No.' A hard 'No.'" See his incredible transformation

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