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  • The Nationals were five outs from a no-hitter. Then the Marlins found a way to win

    June 21, 2017 7:32 PM 15

    The Marlins, flummoxed all afternoon by Scherzer, broke up the no-hitter in the eighth and rallied for both of their runs in a 2-1 victory over Washington. It was backup catcher A.J. Ellis who prevented Scherzer from becoming the fourth opposing pitcher to no-hit the Marlins, and first to do so at Marlins Park. With one out in the eight, Ellis hit a high-hopper

  • 'Antetokounbros' challenge 2005 Greek national team

    June 21, 2017 7:03 PM 16

    If you miss watching Giannis Antetokounmpo play basketball, first of all, join the club. Giannis and his older brother Thanasis, coined the Antetokounbros, held a special event at Nick Galis Hall in Thessaloniki, Greece. The Antetokounmpo brothers are beloved in their home country, where Giannis spends much of his offseasons. They held a similar event

  • Why the Warriors Are Behind the NBA’s Chaotic Summer

    June 21, 2017 6:07 PM 11

    The question at the heart of this offseason is how to stop Golden State from becoming a dynasty—and it’s making the rest of the NBA slightly insane The Golden State Warriors are technically beatable. Nothing in the NBA rulebook stipulates that beating them is illegal. They will be toppled at some point. If not next year, then the year after that. Or the year after

  • Gymnastics coaches Aimee Boorman, Kim Zmeskal-Burdette honored

    June 21, 2017 4:52 PM 12

    Boorman, who coached Biles at World Gymnastics Centre in Montgomery County and now coaches in Sarasota, Fla., was named as the USOC's coach of the year. She also coached the gold medal-winning U.S. women's team at the 2016 Olympics and shares the USOC award with USA Basketball women's coach Geno Auriemma. Zmeskal-Burdette, who won the 1991 world all-around

  • Josh Jackson: Not enough time to work out for Celtics after trade

    June 21, 2017 4:30 PM 13

    Josh Jackson said he didn't work out for the Celtics because he did not have time to do so after Boston traded the No. 1 overall draft pick to the Philadelphia 76ers. The Celtics got the No. 3 pick in that deal, which was finalized Monday afternoon. Boston had hoped to work out Jackson on Tuesday, but the workout never happened. A source told ESPN's

  • What you should know about Houston's local NBA draftees

    June 21, 2017 4:01 PM 9

    Fox is so proud of the twists in his hair, he joked that it would be cool if whoever drafted him handed him a visor to wear instead of the usual hat at the NBA Draft, so he could let his hair flow for all to see. In April, North Carolina star Justin Jackson got engaged to his girlfriend Brooke Copeland, who plays basketball at Florida. Motley was one of the best rebounders

  • Greg Olsen wants contract that reflects his play on field

    June 21, 2017 3:45 PM 7

    Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen would like to restructure his contract to "reflect [his] productivity" the past three seasons. Olsen, who is signed through next season, told ESPN's Adam Schefter on his Know Them From Adam podcast that his relationship with the Panthers is positive and pointed out that he has attended all of the team's offseason

  • Towering gladiator statue tells Russian soccer's history

    June 21, 2017 7:40 AM 18

    He towers over the crowds at Moscow's Spartak stadium, a metal gladiator atop a vast football. The meaning of the 25-meter high monument outside one of Russia's Confederations Cup stadiums is rarely clear to foreign fans, even as they shoot selfies in front of the giant. Some reckon he's an ancient Greek warrior while others have no clue at all. In fact, he represents

  • Kato Kaelin Says O.J. Simpson Should Go Into Hiding After Prison Release, But Not with Him

    June 21, 2017 7:30 AM 19

    Kato Kaelin I'm Not Returning the Favor to O.J. ... No Vacancy at My Guest House Kato Kaelin's not expecting to hear from O.J. Simpson after more than 22 years, when he becomes a free man, but if he gets a call ... he probably won't answer it. The famed witness tells TMZ he thinks O.J. should go into hiding after his expected release from prison later

  • Single-season record for leadoff homers in reach for Astros' George Springer

    June 21, 2017 3:37 AM 9

    OAKLAND, Calif. - Matching or even surpassing Alfonso Soriano's major league-record for most leadoff homers in a season is becoming more and more realistic for George Springer. Springer launched his major league-leading eighth leadoff blast in the Astros' 72nd game of the season, an 8-4 win against the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday night at the Coliseum