L.A. has been on top for much of the season, but the Braves, Cubs and Brewers are in hot pursuit.

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After Sebastian Vettel's controversial penalty in Montreal, Maurice Hamilton remembers Gilles Villeneuve and Rene Arnoux's legendary battle at the French Grand Prix 40 years ago and how much F1 has changed in the years since.

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ESPN senior writer Wright Thompson was in Manchester as India and Pakistan met in the World Cup. Despite the geopolitical tensions between the countries, the scene was festive and vibrant, the kind of stadium that makes the hair stand up on your arm.

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The road here was not easy -- there was pain and grief often for Gary Woodland -- but at this U.S. Open, there was only joy.

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Fred VanVleet and several Raptors players expressed their hope that Kawhi Leonard will re-sign with Toronto.

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Houston's biggest problem might not be Golden State anymore.

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The 7-foot-1 center dreamed of playing in the NBA, but everything changed just days before the draft. Now he's putting everything on the line to do what he loves.

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Lionel Scaloni wants Argentina to play fast, direct football. Saturday's Colombia loss showed that Leo Messi may struggle to fit into such a system.

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What's next for Toronto, Golden State and the rest of the NBA? We're ranking every team heading into a pivotal offseason across the league.

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Duke could be the first school to have three players drafted in the top 10 since 2007. Which other schools have produced the most potentially impactful draftees in the past 10 years? We rank them.

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Imagine being a young player and having every top club in Europe after you. Here are five who know what that feels like.

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Freddy Adu was supposed to save U.S. soccer before his career fizzled out. But he has found happiness in coaching as he plots his final comeback.

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Sports' biggest up-and-comers ponder their careers with, well, themselves -- the eminently accomplished retired versions of themselves, that is.

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