1. 3 Key Themes of Social Media Chatter from Kentucky Basketball's Win in Bahamas

    It's not March Madness, but Kentucky basketball treated us to the college hoops version of Christmas in July August today. With ESPNU's cameras rolling, Big Blue Nation throttled Champagne Chalons -Reims 81-58...

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  2. Red Sox vs. Cardinals Live Blog: Instant Reactions and Analysis

    Kelton Wong homered twice and Adam Wainwright bounced back from a rocky start to lead the St. Louis Cardinals past the Boston Red Sox on Thursday night. Final Boston 2 St...

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  3. Mets vs. Nationals Live Blog: Instant Reactions and Analysis

    The Washington Nationals wasted no time against the New York Mets Wednesday night, pouring on a crooked number in the first inning. After Doug Fister promptly sat down the Mets in order to start the game, Washington exploded for three runs...

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  4. Tigers vs. Yankees Live Blog: Instant Reactions and Analysis

    The Detroit Tigers had an opportunity to break through in the second inning, but the New York Yankees scored first and took a 2-1 lead they would preserve through the final pitch...

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  5. Tampa Bay Rays Trading David Price to Detroit Will Make AL East 2-Horse Race

    Tampa Bay has waved the white flag on 2014, as FoxSports.com's Ken Rosenthal and the New York Post 's Joel Sherman are reporting that the Rays have traded David Price to the ...

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  6. Boston Red Sox Will Come out on Top in Jon Lester-Yoenis Cespedes Trade

    The Red Sox wisely dealt Jon Lester Thursday morning in a trade that positions them better for the future. Not three years down the road but next year. Boston acquired Oakland's Yoenis Cespedes in exchange for Lester and Jonny Gomes...

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  7. Marshawn Lynch Is Hurting Himself and the Seattle Seahawks with Holdout

    For someone so concerned about money, Marshawn Lynch has not been prudent in his holdout. The Seattle Seahawks running back wants more upfront, guaranteed money in 2014, according to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times ...

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  8. Jon Lester Would Make the Dodgers World Series Favorites

    The Los Angeles Dodgers are already considered a World Series favorite. Imagine their formidability with Jon Lester . CBS Sports' Jon Heyman wrote Wednesday morning that the Dodgers and St...

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  9. Why Byron Scott Won't Help the Lakers Win This Season

    The Los Angeles Lakers aren't built to heed Byron Scott's first demand as head coach. Scott told ESPN.com's Ramona Shelburne on Monday that his players "better be ready to play some defense...

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  10. MLB Trade Deadline: Calling Fact or Fiction on Last-Minute Rumors

    The trade deadline looms just three days down the week, and some big names may or may not be shipping off to new locations. Jon Lester , Matt Kemp, David Price and Troy Tulowitzki could all be wearing different uniforms by August 1...

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  11. Gonzaga Basketball: Why the Bulldogs Can Be a Surprise Contender in 2014

    Gonzaga won't be mentioned in preseason national championship talk. Not with Kentucky, which added three top recruits to an already stacked roster. Not with Duke, which ushered in Jahlil Okafor and Tyus Jones to an already potent lineup...

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  12. 10 Freshmen Who Will Take the College Basketball World by Storm in 2014

    The 2014 freshman class features dozens of players who will start immediately for high-major programs. But which diaper dandies will shock the college basketball world in 2014-15? ...

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  13. Perry Ellis Will Take the Kansas Jayhawks Far in 2014

    Perry Ellis thrived for Kansas in the shadows of Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid last season. Those shadows have vanished, as Wiggins and Embiid parlayed their star power into NBA contracts, and the Lawrence limelight will hit Ellis in 2014-15...

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  14. Analyzing the Latest Rumors Surrounding David Price

    Will the Tampa Bay Rays trade David Price ? That question has lingered like the region’s humidity as July crawls towards August. It will be answered some time in the next 10 days...

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  15. Auburn and 9 High-Major College Basketball Programs with Key Mid-Major Transfers

    Bruce Pearl snatched up a handful of transfers for Auburn this spring. One of those players scored more points per game than every Division I player not named Doug McDermott. That would be Antoine Mason, son of former NBA player Anthony Mason...

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  16. MLB All-Star Game: Wainwright Shouldn't Have Grooved the Pitch to Derek Jeter

    Adam Wainwright clearly never took a lesson in integrity from the Derek Jeter school of baseball. In interviews following his All-Star game start, Wainwright told reporters that ...

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  17. Rodney Purvis and College Basketball's 11 Most Impactful High-Major Transfers

    Rodney Purvis shocked the college basketball world when he transferred from NC State to UConn after the 2012-13 season. More than one year later, Purvis’ first game as a Huskie is in the near future...

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  18. Andrew Wiggins for Kevin Love: Why Potential Trade Makes Sense for Cavaliers

    Andrew Wiggins could be an All- NBA player. Kevin Love is an All-NBA player. Wiggins is a project—an athletic wing with transcendent open-court and defensive potential but a developing jumper and half-court skill set...

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  19. Florida Basketball: Ranking the Gators' All-Time Best NBA Players

    Because of Florida's recent success—two national championships and two additional Elite Eights since 2006—the typical basketball fan probably assumes the Gators have produced multitudes of NBA players...

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  20. Florida Basketball: 5-Step Plan to Earn a No. 1 Seed in March Madness

    When Florida earned a No. 1 seed in the 2007 NCAA tournament, head coach Billy Donovan and his squad cut down the nets for the second straight year...

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  21. Winners and Losers of Week 11 in College Basketball

    Against all expectations, Syracuse upset No. 1 Louisville on the road, despite playing without James Southerland . The victory made the Orange one of the week's biggest winners, but Missouri wasn't as lucky without one of their best players...

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  22. Michigan and 5 Teams with Statement Wins on Thursday Night

    Perhaps the most important Thursday night game tipped off in Minnesota, where the Golden Gophers hosted Michigan. And though Minnesota made a push in the second half, Michigan won handily...

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  23. Florida Basketball: Positives and Negatives from Win over Texas A&M

    Texas A&M led 14-13 midway through the first half, but Florida entered halftime on a 21-5 run and left the Aggies in the dust...

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  24. Florida Basketball: Ranking the 5 Biggest Roadblocks to the SEC Title

    More than two months into the season, Florida has separated itself as the clear favorite to win the SEC Title...

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  25. Mariano Rivera Injured: David Robertson Ready to Be New York Yankees Closer

    Mariano Rivera is immortal. The longtime closer of the New York Yankees has flustered opposing hitters since 1996, and recently, the 42 year old has shown no signs of aging...

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