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No excuse for non-debutants to not perform in India - David Warner.

Australia's vice-captain said that while it may be difficult for someone playing their first series in the sub-continent to suss the conditions, experienced players should have the game plan to negotiate spin

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Australia vs. India ODI Series

NBA

NBA

Melo trade puts OKC in superteam conversation.

After Carmelo Anthony's arrival with the Thunder, assess the pros and cons of the five most-stacked teams in the league.

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Warriors

NBA

Kerr on 'probably the most divisive times in my life.'

Steve Kerr comments on President Donald Trump's tweeting that the Warriors are not welcome at the White House, saying it is more difficult to put aside political differences than it was in the past.

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Adam Silver is disappointed that the Warriors will not be invited to the White House but he's proud of his players taking a stand. "I was in favor of the team visiting the White House and thought it was a rare opportunity for these players to share their views directly with the President," Silver said in a statement. "I am disappointed that that will not happen. More importantly, I am proud of our players for taking an active role in their communities and continuing to speak out on critically important issues."

Ohm Youngmisuk, ESPN Staff Writer

Saturday's Top Plays

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Sunday's Games

NFL

NFL

Boldin: 'Disheartening' that Trump doesn't understand protests.

Former NFL WR Anquan Boldin says sports is about bringing people together for a common goal.

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From talking to players, it's clear Trump comments were a major topic of discussion in NFL locker rooms, charter flights, group texts, etc. on Saturday. Lots of discussion about what should/shouldn't be done at games Sunday. It's important to remember that these locker rooms all have players in them who have supported Trump as well as those who haven't, and that creates some emotional dialogue. But a lot of these guys are angry. There's definitely a sense of "We can't just sit here and take this" from some players. My guess is there will be new forms of protest at games Sunday, but it's hard to predict any consistency on how different players and different teams will handle it. This is likely to be the story of Week 3, at the very least.

Dan Graziano, ESPN Staff Writer

Football

Premier League Reaction

Football

Pochettino: I'm in love with Harry Kane.

Mauricio Pochettino professes his love for Harry Kane as a goalscorer, after another standout showing for Spurs.

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Tennis

Laver Cup: Live on ESPN and WatchESPN

Tennis

WATCH: Kyrgios loses his cool, smashes ace.

Australia's Nick Kyrgios lost his temper over a let call, then proceeded to channel his anger into a big ace at the Laver Cup.

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Kyrgios battles back to beat Berdych.

Nick Kyrgios came back from a set down to defeat Tomas Berdych and keep Team World's Laver Cup hopes alive.

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NFL

NFL returns to London

Ravens

NFL

Ravens fans take over London pub.

Before a team rally in London, Ravens fans start a thunderous chant in a local pub.

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NCAAF

Dog loves to grab tees at UC Davis.

UC Davis enlists Pint to retrieve the kicking tees during football games, much to the crowd's delight.

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NFL

Hilton's speed sets record.

ESPN Sport Science attempts to measure Colts WR T.Y. Hilton's blazing speed.

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The Finals

NRL

North Queensland shock Roosters to make NRL grand final.

The North Queensland Cowboys outclassed the Sydney Roosters, 29-16, and now face the Storm in the NRL Grand Final.

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AFL

Tigers make first Grand Final since 1982.

The Richmond Tigers pulled away in the second half from the GWS Giants to give the roaring Tiger crowd a 41 point win to reach the Grand Final.

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Parker vs. Fury

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Joseph Parker had a frustrating second defence of his WBO world heavyweight title but insisted he deserved the win by a majority decision over Hughie Fury at the Manchester Arena. The New Zealander won by scores of 118-110, 118-110 and 114-114 after struggling to land clean blows on the English boxer, who showed good movement. But Parker felt he had done enough to beat the cousin of former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury. "I felt the aggression was good on my side," said Parker. "He was really awkward and his movement was good. But I caught him with the harder punches I felt."

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Boxing

Parker retains title by majority decision.

Joseph Parker keeps the WBO heavyweight title by defeating Hughie Fury, the cousin of former champ Tyson Fury.

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Warriors

NBA

Green laughed in Durant's face over Twitter fiasco.

Draymond Green highlights that he is no stranger to social media incidents and says he got a good laugh over Durant's recent Twitter incident.

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TCU

College Football

Anderson's career day ends with game-sealing TD run.

With Oklahoma State threatening to come back in the fourth quarter, TCU's Darius Anderson broke free for a 42-yard score to put the game away.

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MLB

Cubs

MLB

Watch Joe Maddon discuss the Cubs loss to Milwaukee on Saturday where closer Wade Davis blew his first save of the season.

Jesse Rogers, ESPN Staff Writer
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MLB

Benintendi puts on the jets for diving grab.

Fighting the sun in his eyes, Andrew Benintendi speeds to make an impressive catch in the outfield to rob Joey Votto of a base hit.

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Ferrari

Can Vettel make a comeback?

With 28 points behind Lewis Hamilton, Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough decide if Sebastian Vettel can take the title from the Brit.

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NFL

NFL

Brady-Watson is a rare duel of defending champs.

The quarterbacks who led comebacks for the defending NFL and CFP champions face off Sunday in New England, and past history predicts plenty of passing yards.

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The Finals

Tigers vs. Giants

AFL

Tigers make first Grand Final since 1982.

The Richmond Tigers pulled away in the second half from the GWS Giants to give the roaring Tiger crowd a 41 point win to reach the Grand Final.

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College Football

NCAAF

Utah overcomes mistakes to edge Arizona.

The Utes had an awful snap and a targeting penalty, but forced four Brandon Dawkins turnovers to win 30-24 against the Wildcats.

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NCAAF

Virginia's Benkert the star in statement win against Boise State.

QB Kurt Benkert and the Virginia offense snap Boise State's 32-game non-conference regular season home win streak with a decisive 42-23 victory.

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Boise State

NCAAF

Boise State's tee-retrieving dog in action.

Boise State's designated tee retriever went viral last week, but that doesn't seem to affect his on-field production.

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Roosters vs. Cowboys

College Football

Premier League

Premier League

Football

Mourinho 'not crying' over Pogba absence.

ESPN's Rob Dawson brings you the latest from Jose Mourinho's press conference ahead of United's match with Southampton.

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Cavaliers

NBA

Is Isaiah Thomas the most intriguing NBA player?

Tom Haberstroh is intrigued by Isaiah Thomas' potential to turn the NBA upside down this season if he is healthy, but Stephen Jackson likes another seasoned player.

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Rams

NFL

How excited should Rams' fans be after impressive 2-1 start?

Herm Edwards and John Anderson discuss the forecast of the Rams after their 41-39 win over the 49ers.

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Celtics

NBA

Celtics looking like a brand-new team.

Check out some of the most talked about offseason moves and what the Celtics' new roster looks like headed into the 2017-18 season.

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Cricket

India vs. Australia

English premier League

Liverpool

Football

Mane: Liverpool want league's best attack.

Liverpool's Sadio Mane insists the side are working to have the most threatening attacking force in the Premier League.

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NFL

Week 3

NFL

What will go down in Week 3 of the NFL?

Which NFL game will be the biggest blowout in Week 3? The biggest surprise? The closest game? Take a look at the Football Power Index to figure it all out.

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National Basketball League

How much do you know about Sydney Kings?

Kevin Lisch, Brad Newley and Travis Leslie step up to the plate in the inaugural ESPN Sydney Kings Quiz.

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Football

World Cup Qualifying: Australia vs. Syria

Football

Will Jedinak make an impact for Australia vs. Syria?

Mile Jedinak returns to Australia's squad set to face Syria, while Nikita Ruka Rukavytsya rejoins after a 3-year absence.

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Football

Syria prepare for World Cup playoff with Australia.

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson preview next month's World Cup qualifying playoff between Syria and Australia.

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Ravens vs. Jaguars in London

NFL

Umenyiora: Playing in London was an incredible experience.

Osi Umenyiora reflects on the Giants' game against the Miami Dolphins at Wembley in 2007, and how much it meant to him as he was born in London.

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Which 'London' landmark was Osi Umenyiora looking forward to seeing?

How well does former Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora remember the first NFL game played in London in 2007?

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