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Sources: Spurs lure West for vetera...

Sources: Spurs lure West for veterans minimum

Sources: Spurs lure West for veterans minimum
No dad, no derby: Harper passes on ...

No dad, no derby: Harper passes on HR contest

No dad, no derby: Harper passes on HR contest
Video shows FSU QB Johnson striking...

Video shows FSU QB Johnson striking woman

Video shows FSU QB Johnson striking woman
Sources: Gasol stays with Griz for ...

Sources: Gasol stays with Griz for max $110M

Sources: Gasol stays with Griz for max $110M
Parsons: Jordan wants to be NBA's b...

Parsons: Jordan wants to be NBA's best center

Parsons: Jordan wants to be NBA's best center
Slumping Cano says he's battling st...

Slumping Cano says he's battling stomach illness

Slumping Cano says he's battling stomach illness

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AP Source: Warriors star Stephen Cu...

AP Source: Warriors star Stephen Curry to be named NBA MVP

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Some called him too small. Others too fragile.

Stephen Curry has another label now: NBA MVP.

The Golden State point guard has won the league's most coveted individual award, a person familiar with the decision said Sunday.

The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the league has not released the voting results. An official announcement and news conference are expected Monday, and Curry will be presented with the award on the court before Game 2 of the Warriors' Western Conference semifinal series against Memphis on Tuesday night.

Curry had 22 points and seven assists in Golden State's 101-86 victory over the Grizzlies on Sunday. Asked about the MVP award following the game, Curry said he had no idea.

"It's obviously just, in the middle of a playoff series, it's hard to kind of separate yourself with other things that may or may not happen," he said.

"Obviously, I know what the situation is, and just trying to focus on the game, and if I get a call (Monday), I'll definitely be happy, and there will be a lot of people that can be proud of that moment, as well, and we'll enjoy it."

Comcast SportsNet Bay Area, the official television partner of the Warriors, first reported Curry won. He beat out Houston's James Harden, Cleveland's LeBron James and Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook, among others, for MVP honors.

Curry carried the top-seeded Warriors to a franchise-record 67 wins, surpassed his own record for most 3-pointers in a season and added to his growing reputation as one of the most entertaining spectacles in sports. He's the franchise's first MVP since Wilt Chamberlain in 1960, when the Warriors played in Philadelphia.

Curry, nicknamed the "Baby-Faced Assassin" and a member of the "Splash Brothers" duo with teammate Klay Thompson, has overcome obstacles at every level.

He grew up in the shadow of his famous father, former NBA player Dell Curry. Most major colleges didn't offer him a scholarship coming out of high school in Charlotte, North Carolina, believing he was too small. And some professional scouts wondered whether his game could transition to the NBA, where point guards are bigger and defenses are tougher.

Instead, Curry has gone from a shooting guard who dazzled at Davidson during the NCAA Tournament to a polished professional point guard who can shoot, dribble and distribute with the best of them. In a game dominated by big men and played by some of the world's greatest athletes, the 6-foot-3, 190-pound Curry controls the flow without physically overpowering defenders.

But there were times when it seemed Curry's potential might not be reached. Two surgeries on his right ankle in his first three seasons with Golden State fueled questions about his durability. He even had to prove his worth to the team that drafted him seventh overall in 2009.

Curry signed a $44 million, four-year contract extension with the Warriors before the 2012-13 season. Back then, the deal looked like a major risk for the Warriors considering Curry's injury history.

Now? Well, Curry is clearly one of basketball's best bargains.

Curry eclipsed his own record of 272 3-pointers set two years ago, hitting 286 from beyond the arc this season. He already owns three of the five most prolific 3-point shooting seasons in NBA history.

Curry averaged 23.8 points, 7.7 assists, 4.3 rebounds and two steals this season. He shot 48.7 percent from the floor and 44.3 percent from 3-point range.

Off the floor, his popularity is also soaring.

Curry received more All-Star votes than any player, won his first 3-point contest and joined James and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver at the league's biggest marketing events during All-Star weekend in New York, where his face plastered posters in subway stations and televisions in taxi cabs.

With the revitalized Warriors winning at a historic pace, Curry's case for MVP echoed around the league as loud as the nightly chants at rowdy Oracle Arena. He beat out Harden, James - a four-time MVP - and Westbrook despite the incredible seasons they had.

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Antonio Gonzalez can be reached at: www.twitter.com/agonzalezAP

Ducks top Flames 3-0 in Game 2, sta...

Ducks top Flames 3-0 in Game 2, stay unbeaten in playoffs

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Frederik Andersen made 30 saves in his first career postseason shutout, Matt Beleskey scored in the first period and the Anaheim Ducks remained unbeaten in the Stanley Cup playoffs with a 3-0 victory over the Calgary Flames on Sunday night in Game 2 of their second-round series.

Hampus Lindholm scored his first career playoff goal with 8:45 to play for the Ducks, who have followed up their first-round sweep of Winnipeg with two solid victories over the upstart Flames.

Nate Thompson added an empty-net goal as Anaheim won six straight playoff games for the first time since 2006.

Although Calgary showed more fight after the Ducks' 6-1 win in the opener, the Ducks methodically moved halfway to their first Western Conference finals since 2007, Anaheim's only championship year.

Game 3 is Tuesday night in Calgary.

Counsell replaces Roenicke with Bre...

Counsell replaces Roenicke with Brewers after 7-18 start

MILWAUKEE (AP) Former Milwaukee infielder Craig Counsell was hired Monday to manage the Brewers, about 12 hours after the team fired Ron Roenicke.

A major league-worst 7-18, the Brewers lost 40 of their final 56 games under Roenicke. The skid included a late-season collapse last year, after they led the NL Central for nearly five months, and a 2-13 start this season.

Counsell, a 44-year-old Milwaukee-area native, spent the final five seasons of his 16-year big-league career with the Brewers, retiring after the 2011 season. He has no previous managing or coaching experience.

"It's an honor, and it's humbling, but I feel like this is what I was meant to do," Counsell said. "I think I'll be better at this than I was at playing."

Counsell was given a contract through the 2017 season.

"He played the game with a chip on his shoulder and he played the game to win," general manager Doug Melvin said during a news conference. "He has a real edge for preparation."

A two-time World Series champion, Counsell scored the winning run for Florida in the 11th inning of Game 7 of the 1997 World Series and was MVP of the 2001 NLCS for Arizona.

Milwaukee is 38-65 since last July 1. The Brewers have won consecutive games on just three occasions since Sept. 1.

"You think you could win two games in a row by mistake, where the other team's playing bad," Melvin said. "That's not acceptable, and it's hard to understand why."

Counsell became a special assistant to Melvin in 2012 and also was a part-time broadcaster for Milwaukee last season. Counsell was among the candidates last offseason to succeed Joe Maddon as Tampa Bay's manager.

"Are we a contending team right now? We're not," Counsell said. "We can't start over. Our record is our record. ... We can start being the team that we want to be."

Counsell had a .255 average in the big leagues. He knows something about struggling, going hitless in 45 consecutive at-bats in 2011.

The new manager's father, John Counsell, was a former minor league outfielder and worked for the Brewers from 1979-87, running the speaker's bureau and then becoming community relations director.

Milwaukee started 20-7 last year and spent 150 of the regular season's 183 days alone in first or tied for the NL Central lead, including every day from April 5 through Aug. 31. The Brewers skidded to a 9-22 finish and wound up third in the division, eight games back of St. Louis and two behind Pittsburgh.

Roenicke became the first manager fired 25 games or fewer into a season since 2002, according to STATS. Detroit's Phil Garner (six games), Milwaukee's Davey Lopes (15), Colorado's Buddy Bell (22) and Kansas City's Tony Muser (23) were all let go quickly that year.

On March 19, Milwaukee exercised its 2016 option on Roenicke. But Melvin met with team owner Mark Attanasio on the off day last Thursday and discussed a possible change.

"It didn't feel good," Melvin said. "Slept on it for a day or so, and then just decided to make the change."

In 2011, in his first season as a major league manager, Roenicke led the Brewers to a 96-66 record - the best in team history - and the NL Central title. The Brewers beat Arizona in the first round and lost to St. Louis in the league championship series.

Milwaukee was 83-79 in 2012, 74-88 in 2013 and 82-80 last season.

"We have good players," Counsell said. "I hear it from other teams that we have good players."

Kane leads Blackhawks past Wild 4-1

Kane leads Blackhawks past Wild 4-1

CHICAGO (AP) Patrick Kane scored two goals, Corey Crawford made 30 saves and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Minnesota Wild 4-1 on Sunday night to take a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference semifinals.

Patrick Sharp had a goal and an assist as Chicago improved to 5-0 at home in this year's playoffs. Jonathan Toews also scored in the second after a big play by Marian Hossa.

Game 3 is Tuesday night in Minnesota.

Defenseman Matt Dumba scored for the Wild, who are winless in eight postseason games at Chicago. Devan Dubnyk finished with 27 saves.

Minnesota trailed 2-0 after two, but got back in the game when Dumba's power-play shot 1:20 into the third went off Crawford's glove and into the top of the goal. Dumba's second playoff goal came with Michal Rozsival in the box for interference.

Dubnyk then made a couple of stops on Duncan Keith and Teuvo Teravainen before Sharp scored at 7:39 right after Wild captain Mikko Koivu got out of the box following a tripping penalty. Kane added an empty-netter as Chicago improved to 28-0 when leading after two periods, including three such games in the playoffs.

Chicago and Minnesota combined for six goals in the first 29 1/2 minutes of the series opener, and Teravainen sent the Blackhawks to a 4-3 victory with his first career playoff goal in the final minute of the second. Game 2 was a much different story, with shots at a premium and solid work by each goaltender for the first part of the night.

Minnesota got its first power-play opportunity when Andrew Shaw was sent off for cross-checking at 10:45 of the second. But it turned into a disaster for the Wild when Hossa stole the puck from defenseman Ryan Suter alone the boards, skated in and fed Toews for his fourth goal of the playoffs. Toews' shot went off Dubnyk, popped up in the air and then went off the goaltender's stick before barely trickling over the goal line.

The Wild then made a frantic push for the tying goal, but Crawford made a terrific stop on Kyle Brodziak on a breakaway and a couple of stellar saves on prime opportunities for Zach Parise. Crawford also used his left and then his right pad to make a pair of great saves on Thomas Vanek in the first.

Chicago increased its lead to 2-0 when Keith made a long stretch pass right to Kane's stick, and the All-Star winger beat Dubnyk with a perfectly placed shot off the inside of the left post at 19:40. It was Kane's fourth goal of the playoffs.

NOTES: Wild RW Chris Stewart was shaken up after he was taken down by Blackhawks D Johnny Oduya midway through the second. He slammed hard into the boards on his right side and went back to the locker room, but returned later in the period. ... Kane's first goal was his 100th career playoff point in 101 career games. ... Wild LW Erik Haula made his first appearance of this postseason, subbing for F Justin Fontaine (lower body). Haula had three goals and two assists in last year's playoff series against Chicago.

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Jay Cohen can be reached at http://www.twitter.com/jcohenap

Beal leads well-rested Wizards past...

Beal leads well-rested Wizards past Hawks 104-98 in Game 1

ATLANTA (AP) Bradley Beal shook off a sprained ankle to score 28 points and the Washington Wizards remained unbeaten in the postseason, knocking off the top-seeded Atlanta Hawks 104-98 Sunday in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.

Taking advantage of a week off since their sweep of Toronto in the opening round, the Wizards wore down the Hawks in the fourth quarter. Otto Porter scored a couple of big baskets coming down the stretch and Marcin Gortat sealed it with a lay-in off a pass from John Wall with 14.6 seconds remaining.

The Hawks needed six games to beat eight-seeded Brooklyn and had to open this best-of-seven series with about a 36-hour turnaround. After racing to a 37-26 lead after the first quarter, Atlanta couldn't make anything in the fourth.

Even with plenty of good looks, the Hawks shot just 5 of 28 in the final period.

Espinoza on a Derby roll with 2nd s...

Espinoza on a Derby roll with 2nd straight wins, 3 overall

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Victor Espinoza is getting pretty good at winning the Kentucky Derby.

The jockey who calls himself the "the luckiest Mexican on Earth" won his second straight Derby and third overall on Saturday, guiding favorite American Pharoah to a one-length victory over Firing Line before a record crowd of 170,513 at Churchill Downs.

Espinoza won last year's Derby aboard another favorite, California Chrome, and with War Emblem in 2002. Two of his wins came for trainer Bob Baffert, with American Pharoah and War Emblem.

The 42-year-old became the seventh jockey to win three Derbies and the sixth to win in back-to-back years - Calvin Borel being the most recent with Super Saver in 2010 and Mine That Bird in 2009.

Winning, Espinoza said, "never gets old."

"There's been a lot of great trainers that haven't been able to win it because they just didn't have the horse, but every great jockey wins the Kentucky Derby," Baffert said in praising his jockey.

American Pharoah was the 3-1 favorite in the 18-horse field. After winning last year's race, Espinoza said Baffert congratulated him with this message: "You and I, next year."

"What were the odds?" Espinoza asked Saturday. "We were just joking around."

Espinoza, among the nation's leading riders, describes himself as nervous and hyper, yet was calm throughout the week. Even his wife said he seemed unexpectedly relaxed.

It's understandable why Espinoza felt strongly entering the Derby: American Pharoah had won four straight stakes races by 22 1/4 lengths combined.

"It's all about confidence," he said. "I went into this race with so much confidence in American Pharoah. The way he was running, the way he was winning."

American Pharoah cruised to a dominating eight-length win in the Arkansas Derby on April 11 that made him the horse to beat.

The horse and Espinoza now prepare for the trip to Baltimore in two weeks for the Preakness, the second leg of the Triple Crown. Espinoza won the Preakness after winning his first two Derbys, but fell short in winning the elusive Triple Crown each time in the Belmont Stakes.

Just before the race, the wife of American Pharoah owner Ahmed Zayat promised she'd make Espinoza dinner if he won.

After he held up his end, she told the crowd at the post-race news conference, "I owe you dinner."

Espinoza answered, "I hope you know how to make Mexican food."

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AP Source: Marc Gasol re-ups with G...

AP Source: Marc Gasol re-ups with Grizzlies for max deal (Yahoo Sports)

MEMPHIS, TN - MAY 15: Marc Gasol #33 of the Memphis Grizzlies prepares to shoot a free throw against the Golden State Warriors in Game Six of the Western Conference Semifinals during the 2015 NBA Playoffs on May 15, 2015 at the FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee. (Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via Getty Images)

Marc Gasol is staying right at home in Memphis. A person with direct knowledge of the agreement tells The Associated Press that the All-Star center has agreed to terms on a five-year max deal worth more than $100 million to stay with the Grizzlies. The 7-foot-1 Spaniard is coming off the best season of his seven-year NBA career, earning a starting spot in the All-Star game.

Nationals slugger Harper to skip Al...

Nationals slugger Harper to skip All-Star Home Run Derby (Yahoo Sports)

Washington Nationals' Bryce Harper (34) watches his two-run homer as he holds his Independence Day themed bat during the first inning of a baseball game against the San Francisco Giants at Nationals Park, Saturday, July 4, 2015, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper won't participate in the All-Star Home Run Derby because his father isn't available to pitch to him. The Home Run Derby will be held Monday, the day before the All-Star Game in Cincinnati. Harper finished second in the 2013 Home Run Derby with his dad as the pitcher.

Ginobili announces he will return t...

Ginobili announces he will return to Spurs next season (Yahoo Sports)

LOS ANGELES, CA - May 2: Manu Ginobili #20 of the San Antonio Spurs warms up before Game Seven of the Western Conference Quarterfinals against the Los Angeles Clippers during the 2015 NBA Playoffs on May 2, 2015 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images)

Manu Ginobili says he is returning to the San Antonio Spurs for a 14th season. Ginobili made the announcement on Twitter on Monday. Ginobili averaged 10.5 points in 70 games, his lowest scoring average since his rookie season.

A win, then a hug: Serena Williams ...

A win, then a hug: Serena Williams tops Venus at Wimbledon (Yahoo Sports)

Roger Federer of Switzerland celebrates winning the singles match against Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain, at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, London, Monday July 6, 2015. Federer won 6-2, 6-3, 6-3. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

Decades ago, when the Williams sisters were kids in California, taking tennis lessons from Dad on a municipal court and imagining playing at Grand Slam tournaments one day, it was Venus - older, taller, stronger - who usually beat Serena. - Serena cheated a tad every so often, lying about whether Venus' shots landed in or out. On Monday at Centre Court, in the 26th all-Williams contest on tour but first at a major in six years, No. 1-seeded Serena played solidly enough to beat No. 16 Venus 6-4, 6-3 and reach the Wimbledon quarterfinals, closing in on third leg of a calendar-year Grand Slam.

Utah cornerback Dominique Hatfield ...

Utah cornerback Dominique Hatfield suspended indefinitely (Yahoo Sports)

This photo provided by the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office shows Dominique Hatfield. Hatfield, a Utah cornerback, has been arrested on suspicion of robbing a man who wanted to buy an Xbox from him. Unified Police of Salt Lake County say the victim was meeting with Hatfield on Wednesday, July 1, 2015, after seeing an online classified ad when Hatfield pulled out a knife and demanded the money. Salt Lake County Jail records show the 20-year-old is still in custody. No bail has been set. (Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office via AP)

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The University of Utah is suspending cornerback Dominique Hatfield after he was charged last week with aggravated robbery and theft.

AP source: Giants aware of Pierre-P...

AP source: Giants aware of Pierre-Paul's fireworks injury (Yahoo Sports)

FILE - This is a July 24, 2014, file photo showing New York Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul talking to reporters during an NFL football camp in East Rutherford, N.J. The Giants are aware of an incident involving Jason Pierre-Paul and fireworks, but the team is unsure about the severity of any injuries to the star defensive end, a person with knowledge of the incident tells The Associated Press on Monday, July 6, 2015. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because no information has been released publicly. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)

The Giants are aware of an incident involving Jason Pierre-Paul and fireworks, but the team is unsure about the severity of any injuries to the star defensive end, a person with knowledge of the incident tells The Associated Press on Monday. The team said in a statement that its first concern is for Pierre-Paul's well-being. Pierre-Paul mentioned fireworks in a video posted to Instagram on Saturday, taken as he held a baby in a street near a parked rental van.

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Rosenthal: Tanaka to Yankees restor...

Rosenthal: Tanaka to Yankees restores natural order in baseball

Japanese ace Tanaka agrees to 7-yea...

Japanese ace Tanaka agrees to 7-year, $155 million deal with Yankees

The New York Yankees and prized Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka agreed Wednesday to a $155 million, seven-year contract.
Aussie Open: Federer ousts Murray, ...

Aussie Open: Federer ousts Murray, will face Nadal in semis

Roger Federer regained his dominance over Andy Murray in Grand Slam matches and advanced to his 11th consecutive Australian Open semifinal with a 6-3, 6-4, 6-7 (6), 6-3 win Wednesday.
Red-hot Durant scores 46, leads Thu...

Red-hot Durant scores 46, leads Thunder past Trail Blazers

Kevin Durant scored 11 of his 46 points in the final 3:23 to help the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Portland Trail Blazers 105-97 on Tuesday night.
Browns to interview Bills' Pettine ...

Browns to interview Bills' Pettine with Broncos' Gase out of running

Adam Gase has told the Browns not to wait for him.
Players reportedly wanted A-Rod kic...

Players reportedly wanted A-Rod kicked out of MLBPA after lawsuit

Several angry major league players wanted Alex Rodriguez kicked out of their union after he sued it last week, but staff lawyers told them expulsion was not allowed.

Reuters

Djokovic recovers as match suspende...

Djokovic recovers as match suspended, Serena wins

LONDON (Reuters) - After three hours and two minutes of combat, Novak Djokovic and Kevin Anderson were forced off court in the twilight with their last 16 clash tantalizingly poised at two sets all and their Wimbledon audience begging for more.
Serene Federer in seventh heaven at...

Serene Federer in seventh heaven at Wimbledon

LONDON (Reuters) - It was a case of 7-7-7 for Roger Federer at Wimbledon on Monday as he fired down seven aces, won seven games on the trot and sat through a seven-minute injury timeout in an otherwise serene 6-2 6-2 6-3 win over Roberto Bautista Agut.
Fury to meet world champion Klitsch...

Fury to meet world champion Klitschko in October

LONDON (Reuters) - Unbeaten British boxer Tyson Fury will get a shot at the world heavyweight title in October after agreeing terms for a meeting with champion Wladimir Klitschko.
Soccer's Carli Lloyd seen as market...

Soccer's Carli Lloyd seen as marketing darling, analysts say

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Carli Lloyd has the personality and grit to become the next advertising sensation but the World Cup star should start aggressively hitting the market because of the limited interest in women's soccer in the United States, analysts said on Monday.
Bad light stops Djokovic after epic...

Bad light stops Djokovic after epic fightback

LONDON (Reuters) - Holder and top seed Novak Djokovic suffered an almighty scare against South African giant Kevin Anderson before bad light halted play with the score tied at two sets all in their fourth round match at Wimbledon on Monday.
Froome in charge after crash-marred...

Froome in charge after crash-marred Tour de France third stage

HUY, Belgium (Reuters) - Chris Froome seized early control of the Tour de France, the 2013 champion snatching the yellow jersey after a crash-marred third stage won by Spain's Joaquim Rodriguez on Monday.

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A few words with World Cup broadcas...

A few words with World Cup broadcaster Darke

The poet laureate of soccer in the United States is not an American. ESPN's Ian Darke was born on the south coast of England in the naval port town of Portsmouth and since he landed on American shores fulltime for the 2010 World Cup, his soccer calls have thrilled the American public with the most famous being his description of Landon Donovan's injury-time game-winner against Algeria during that tournament.
Colombia's Radamel Falcao out for W...

Colombia's Radamel Falcao out for World Cup, ACL recovery comes up short

Star Colombian striker Radamel Falcao will miss the World Cup after his ACL recovery falls short.
Colombia's Radamel Falcao out for W...

Colombia's Radamel Falcao out for World Cup

Seattle rises to No. 1

Seattle rises to No. 1

End of an era: Frank Lampard leaves...

End of an era: Frank Lampard leaves Chelsea

USA's first foe Ghana finalizes Wor...

USA's first foe Ghana finalizes World Cup roster

Sky Sports

Angry Kyrgios rows with press

Angry Kyrgios rows with press

Nick Kyrgios furiously denied giving up trying as he crashed out of Wimbledon and slammed his image as the bad boy of tennis in terse exchanges at his post-match press conference.
Murray talking points

Murray talking points

After Andy Murray advanced to the quarter-finals at Wimbledon, we pick five talking points from his four-set win over Ivo Karlovic.
Bolton sign Madrid defender

Bolton sign Madrid defender

Bolton have signed Derik Osede, a centre-half who has been on Real Madrid's books for more than a decade.
Brailsford plots pavé assault

Brailsford plots pavé assault

Sir Dave Brailsford says it is imperative Team Sky are leading the peloton when they reach the cobbled sections of Tuesday’s fourth stage of the Tour de France.
Djokovic decider on Tuesday

Djokovic decider on Tuesday

Novak Djokovic came from two sets down to square his fourth-round match against Kevin Anderson at Wimbledon and force a Tuesday decider.
McDonald: I could leave Wolves

McDonald: I could leave Wolves

Kevin McDonald tells Sky Sports about his at ongoing contract talks at Wolves and admits his future may lie elsewhere.

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US Women Defeat Japan to Win World ...

US Women Defeat Japan to Win World Cup

Carli Lloyd's two goals in first five minutes set the tone.
NASCAR Race Ends With Scary Crash

NASCAR Race Ends With Scary Crash

NASCAR driver Austin Dillon's car went airborne at the Coke Zero 400 early this morning, sending debris into the stands and injuring spectators.
Carli Lloyd's Determination Fuels U...

Carli Lloyd's Determination Fuels US World Cup Victory

Carli Lloyd experienced the game of her life Sunday.
ESPNTopNews

ESPNTopNews

A Win, Then a Hug: Serena Williams ...

A Win, Then a Hug: Serena Williams Tops Venus at Wimbledon

After beating Venus at Wimbledon, even Serena wonders: How many more all-Williams matches?
McIlroy Ruptures Ligament in Ankle ...

McIlroy Ruptures Ligament in Ankle While Playing Soccer

World's number 1 golfer Rory McIlroy says ruptured ligament in left ankle playing soccer

CBS Sports

Report: West to sign with Spurs

Report: West to sign with Spurs

Report: West to sign with Spurs
Manu is back

Manu is back

Manu is back
Gasol, Grizz agree to five-year, $1...

Gasol, Grizz agree to five-year, $110M contract

Gasol, Grizz agree to five-year, $110M contract
Report: Jordan tired of CP3's 'cons...

Report: Jordan tired of CP3's 'constant barking'

Report: Jordan tired of CP3's 'constant barking'
Video shows punch leading to FSU QB...

Video shows punch leading to FSU QB's arrest

Video shows punch leading to FSU QB's arrest
Report: Giants yank $60M offer to P...

Report: Giants yank $60M offer to Pierre-Paul

Report: Giants yank $60M offer to Pierre-Paul
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