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June 16, 2019

How the Anthony Davis trade changes the next NBA title chase
The Lakers have acquired Anthony Davis from the Pelicans. Who won the deal, and what does it mean?... More >>

Sources: Lakers reach deal for Pelicans' Davis
The Pelicans have agreed to trade Anthony Davis to the Lakers for Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart and three first-round picks -- including the No. 4 overall in next week's draft, league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.... More >>

LaVar Ball: Lonzo trade will be Lakers' worst move
LaVar Ball ripped the Lakers after learning his son Lonzo Ball will be part of a trade for Anthony Davis, predicting that it will be "the worst move" the Lakers have ever made and guaranteeing that they "will never win another championship."... More >>

Sources: Yanks adding AL HR leader Encarnacion
The Seattle Mariners have traded Edwin Encarnacion to the New York Yankees, sources familiar with the deal told ESPN's Jeff Passan.... More >>

Woodland takes 1-shot lead into Sunday at Pebble
Justin Rose enters the final round of the U.S. Open in second place. Brooks Koepka is in third, four shots back at 7 under along with Chez Reavie and Louis Oosthuizen.... More >>

What stays in Vegas? The Raptors, 1 more night
The NBA champion Raptors extended their celebratory trip to Las Vegas and will return to Toronto in time for a victory parade and rally in the city on Monday.... More >>

O.J. joins Twitter: 'I got a little gettin' even to do'
O.J. Simpson, who has generally kept a low profile since his release from prison in October 2017, confirmed that he's created a Twitter account and is ready to reveal his opinions on "just about everything."... More >>

Who really has a shot (and who doesn't) to win this U.S. Open
Gary Woodland did not go run and hide. There are a lot of names -- some big ones, some not-so-big ones -- lurking.... More >>

MLB dads dish on when they knew their sons would be stars
Fathers of five All-Stars, including Mike Trout, Kris Bryant and Max Scherzer, reveal when they realized their sons could make it as a pro.... More >>

For love and the game: How his son and baseball family inspire Charlie Montoyo
The Blue Jays skipper has plenty to celebrate: He's finally managing in the big leagues and his son Alex is healthy after multiple open-heart surgeries.... More >>

NBA Power Rankings, way-too-early edition
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.... More >>

Warriors take crushing blow, vow to regroup
After five years of near perfection, the Warriors dynasty had to end one day. But a Game 6 loss and catastrophic injuries to two of their biggest stars have all eyes focused on next season.... More >>

Copa America preview: Will Messi win on Brazil's home turf?
Lionel Messi is determined to win a trophy with Argentina. Is this his summer? We get you ready for a thrilling Copa.... More >>

Why a billion people will watch when India, Pakistan play
ESPN's senior writer Wright Thompson is in Manchester for the biggest cricket game of the year... More >>

Vince Carter's guide for young ballers trying to survive in the NBA
The NBA legend details all the early pitfalls in a young player's career, and how to avoid them.... More >>

Lowe: Can any team possibly replicate what the Raptors just pulled off in the NBA Finals?
When a Raptors reboot failed, they started winning. Zach Lowe traces Toronto's unconventional path to a title.... More >>

Unconventional blueprint paved way for U.S. star Lindsey Horan
Lindsey Horan followed a unique path to get to where she is today, and it's paying off for the U.S. team at this year's Women's World Cup.... More >>

2019 Gold Cup ultimate preview: Can anyone topple Mexico or the U.S. this summer?
Need to get ready for the Gold Cup, CONCACAF's premier competition? Here's everything you need to know about the U.S., Mexico and the field.... More >>

How two tragedies shaped top NFL prospect Yetur Gross-Matos
Yetur Gross-Matos' father saved him from drowning as a toddler. His older brother died after being struck by lightning. With the help of the rest of his family, he carries their memory as he's on the verge of stardom.... More >>

The truth hurts: The tough questions facing all 24 MLS clubs in the second half of 2019
With MLS paused for the Gold Cup and the secondary transfer window opening next month, we asked the uncomfortable questions facing all 24 clubs.... More >>

Social media detox: Chargers' Isaac Rochell implores us to take notice
In letter to ESPN, the Chargers defensive end writes about the "unhealthy relationship" he had with his phone and what he decided to do about it.... More >>

The surprise offseason standout for all 32 teams
Randall Cobb and a 312-pound tight end lead a list of eye-opening performances from under-the-radar players this offseason.... More >>

2019 NFL minicamp: Best of rookies, veterans from teams in action
The NFL has another round of mandatory practices underway as the summer break approaches. Here's what's happening.... More >>

Inside the short, unhappy life of the Alliance of American Football
Interviews with more than 40 senior AAF executives, lawyers, consultants, team presidents, coaches, players and other sources show the league began imploding even before the first game kicked off.... More >>

Can XFL 2.0 succeed where the AAF couldn't? Why it already has a jump start
How will the XFL be any different? A $500 million investment, innovative ideas, high-end college players and a "complete sensory" experience.... More >>

How the Blues hit reset, then beat the game
St. Louis completed an epic turnaround, from last place on Jan. 2 to the franchise's first Stanley Cup. Here's how the Blues did it.... More >>


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