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Predictions: Where will KD, Kawhi, Kyrie land next summer?

Our ESPN Forecast panel predicts where the top 2019 free agents will play in 2019-20.

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Summer Forecast: East standings, West standings for 2018-19

Which teams will make the playoffs? Which teams are lottery bound? Our ESPN Forecast panel unveils its early win-loss projections for all 30 teams.

Stephen A. laughs at Knicks' projected win total

Stephen A. Smith gets a good laugh when assessing the hopes for the Knicks to go over their Vegas win total in 2018-19.

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Are the Clippers trying too hard to land Kawhi?

Jalen Rose and Mina Kimes discuss whether Bruce Bowen deserved to be fired for being outspoken about Kawhi Leonard.

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Hayward looking healthy with nice dunk

Gordon Hayward is on the road to recovery with his trainer Jason Smeathers, and the Celtics forward looks agile dunking on his defender.

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Champion and Granderson not fans of Embiid's soccer skills

Cari Champion and LZ Granderson want to see Joel Embiid nowhere near a soccer pitch after his whiff on a bicycle kick attempt.

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Top headlines

Football

Premier League

Ramos tells Klopp to 'stick to his own business'

Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos said Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp should "stick to his own business" as he continues to talk about a 2018 UCL final loss.

EXCLUSIVE: Aubameyang opens up on 'not easy' first six months at Arsenal

Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has told ESPN he's hoping to bring "one or more trophies" to the Emirates this season.

Blind: Jose Mourinho is a winner

Daley Blind reflected on his time at Manchester United under Jose Mourinho and said his former manager is a winner.

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Wright: Sterling more comfortable at Man City than England

Former England striker Ian Wright feels Manchester City give Raheem Sterling the confidence to play his best where as he is under more pressure with England.

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NFL

32 surprise players to watch this preseason

As the regular season nears, our NFL experts stack up every team and choose some unexpected players you need to watch.

Where top rookie QBs stand: Why Sam Darnold is trending up

How do the rookies look this preseason? Who's going to start in Week 1? We have updates on all the big names.

Stephen A. goes off on Roethlisberger-Rodgers comparison

Ryan Clark and Stephen A. Smith debate if Ben Roethlisberger and Aaron Rodgers have had comparable offensive weapons during their careers.

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Stephen A. laughs at Packers offended by Rodgers

Stephen A. Smith is beside himself with disbelief over the young WRs in Green Bay that took offense to Aaron Rodgers' criticisms.

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Brady, Belichick on the same page?

Mike Golic and Trey Wingo weigh in on Tom Brady saying he and head coach Bill Belichick are aligned.

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Max approves of Browns' punishment of Callaway

Max Kellerman says coach Hue Jackson's decision to play rookie Antonio Callaway almost an entire preseason game was a "good punishment" and Callaway learned his lesson.

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Rugby Championship

Why this will be the toughest Rugby Championship in years

Each team has made improvements over the past 12 months, which Craig Dowd believes will make this year's Rugby Championship the toughest in years.

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Wallabies have responsibility to win Bledisloe

Matt Toomua says the onus is squarely on the Wallabies to win back disillusioned fans and inspire a whole new generation of Australian rugby players.

Foley: Barrett criticism just mind games

Australia's Bernard Foley still backs Beauden Barrett as one of the best Rugby players in the world despite recent criticism of his performances.

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Overseas experience invaluable for Toomua

Australian fly-half Matt Toomua believes the knowledge playing overseas has helped grow his game immensely.

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Perenara: All Blacks don't own Bledisloe Cup

New Zealand scrum half TJ Perenara says the All Blacks don't own the Bledisloe Cup, despite their recent dominance over Australia.

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Genia: Pocock a huge difference maker

Will Genia emphasizes the impact David Pocock makes not just for the Wallabies on the field, but in their work throughout the week.

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Cane denies dominance killing Bledisloe

All Black Sam Cane says the team's hunger for the Bledisloe Cup is as strong as ever and dominance over the Wallabies hasn't changed that.

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Pocock: Focus on the breakdown

David Pocock says that the Wallabies are preparing for a pivotal battle at the breakdown in the Bledisloe opener.

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Cane denies dominance killing Bledisloe

All Black Sam Cane says the team's hunger for the Bledisloe Cup is as strong as ever and dominance over the Wallabies hasn't changed that.

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Genia: Pocock a huge difference maker

Will Genia emphasizes the impact David Pocock makes not just for the Wallabies on the field, but in their work throughout the week.

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Pocock: Focus on the breakdown

David Pocock says that the Wallabies are preparing for a pivotal battle at the breakdown in the Bledisloe opener.

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Waugh: Wallabies must contain Read

Former Wallaby flanker Phil Waugh says the key to an opening Test win for Australia is to limit Kieran Read.

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Cricket

Ben Stokes trial

How do you fit Ben Stokes back in the England team?

The allrounder is available for selection following the conclusion of his trial. But it's not an easy task making room for him

Ben Stokes must learn the lessons of brush with career oblivion

Regardless of his acquittal, hanging around a nightclub at 2.30am was not the behaviour of an international sportsman

'Decision fairly reflects what happened' - Stokes' solicitor

Paul Lunt speaks to press after England cricketer Ben Stokes is found not guilty of affray at Bristol Crown Court.

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Stokes found not guilty of affray

George Dobell speaks from outside Bristol Crown Court where the England all-rounder was cleared of his charge of affray.

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Formula 1

Fernando Alonso announces F1 retirement

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Alonso to quit F1: Social media reaction

A round-up of the best reaction on social media to Alonso's shock announcement.

How a year with McLaren in 2007 changed Alonso

After the announcement of Fernando Alonso's retirement from Formula One, Maurice Hamilton compares how the Spaniard changed from his title success with Renault compared to the year he spent with McLaren in 2007.

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