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NBA

Hayward fractures ankle just minutes into Celtics debut.

Gordon Hayward leaves the court on a stretcher after suffering a gruesome left ankle injury. Kyrie Irving and the Celtics players huddle together as Cavaliers players kneel or bow their heads to show Hayward support.

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Warriors

NBA

Warriors' roller coaster opening night.

It was a night of highs and lows for the Warriors as they received their NBA Championship rings, but blow a lead in a loss to the Rockets in their home opener.

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Hayward Suffers Gruesome Injury

NBA

LeBron 'those are the injuries you never see coming.'

LeBron James talks about the Gordon Hayward injury, as well as Kyrie Irving getting booed in his return to Cleveland.

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Irving sending well wishes to Hayward.

Kyrie Irving says "G is going to be fighting to get back on the court" but understands that it's important to move on and try to concentrate on the game.

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Tatum, Brown react to Hayward injury.

Jayson Tatum says "you never want to see anything" like what happened to Gordon Hayward, while Jaylen Brown hopes that his All-Star teammate can have a speedy recovery.

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Cubs vs. Dodgers

MLB

Dodgers put Cubs on brink of elimination.

Chris Taylor becomes the sixth players in Dodgers history to record a homer and triple in a postseason game while Yu Darvish gives up one run over 6.1 innings as the Dodgers top the Cubs 6-1 to take a 3-0 series lead.

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Football

Tottenham and Real share spoils in Madrid.

Tottenham and Real Madrid drew 1-1, while there were wins for Manchester City and Liverpool.

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Wednesday's Champions League Action

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MotoGP

Miller ready for the Phillip Island challenge.

Australian MotoGP rider Jack Miller is confident his past form on Phillip Island will benefit him.

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US Grand Prix

Formula 1

What can we expect from the US Grand Prix?

ESPN's Jennie Gow and Maurice Hamilton preview the US Grand Prix and Lewis Hamilton's chances of clinching the drivers' championship.

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The USA Grand Prix's journey to Austin.

From Las Vegas to Austin, Maurice Hamilton looks back on the history of the USA Grand Prix.

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Will Hartley keep his Toro Rosso seat?

Brendon Hartley has secured a Toro Rosso seat for the US Grand Prix, but will he keep it beyond that?

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Bledisloe III

Australia vs. New Zealand

Rugby

Wallabies must pressure 'nervous' All Blacks.

Australia must capitalise on their opportunities early in Bledisloe III, Grand Slam-winning coach Alan Jones telling ESPN the Wallabies have proven they can mix it with the world champions.

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Yankees

MLB

Yankees complete an epic rally in 8th.

Down 4-2, the Yankees score four runs to electrify the crowd and even the series at 2-2.

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College Football

Saturday's biggest games might be routs.

The two highest-profile games this weekend are Michigan-Penn State and USC-Notre Dame. But the Football Power Index says there is little doubt in either outcome. Who is on upset alert and who is a lock this weekend?

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NFL

Jenkins: Owners, players 'working together to create change.'

Malcolm Jenkins says the meeting between NFL owners and players was held to discuss issues of injustice and that they are working to create change.

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The Ashes

England

Cricket

Switch Hit: Warner plays opening Ashes shots.

Andrew McGlashan, Mark Butcher and Andrew Miller discuss the early taunts from down under, the build-up to the Women's Ashes, and the Test Championship.

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Football

Will Australia be pragmatic vs. Honduras?

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson assess Australia's keys to defeating Honduras and advancing to the 2018 World Cup.

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Season Preview

Warriors

NBA

This NBA season likely a sequel to the last.

Despite all the change in the NBA, the overwhelming favorite in Vegas continues to be the Warriors. Scott Van Pelt says that even though it's likely we'll see yet another year with Golden State on top, the major roster moves will still be fun to watch.

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Packers

NFL

Stephen A. says Packers are 'done' without Rodgers.

Stephen A. Smith is devastated by the season-threatening injury to the Packers QB.

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