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Cavaliers

NBA

Wade feels for Hayward, discusses LeBron's 'trash' performance.

Dwayne Wade show his support for Gordon Hayward and then lays out how important LeBron James is to the Cavaliers.

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Rockets

NBA

Gordon: We have the personnel to switch off.

Eric Gordon explains what it means for the Rockets to defeat the Warriors on a day Golden State receives their 2016 championship rings and playing alongside Chris Paul.

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NBA

Opening Night Action

Boxing

Boxing

Anthony Joshua performed a workout in front of the media at English Institute of Sport in Sheffield, England, Tuesday. The IBF-WBA world heavyweight champion from England will now face France-based Carlos Takam at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, on Oct. 28 after Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev pulled out injured on Monday.

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Cricket

Rugby

Australia to host Test series against Ireland.

Ireland will travel to Australia next June for a three-match Test series.

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Formula 1

U.S, Grand Prix

Formula 1

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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Football

Champions League

Bayern Munich

Football

Boateng considered Bayern Munich exit.

Jerome Boateng admitted he considered leaving Bayern recently, but reiterated he is happy to remain at the club.

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Football

World Cup Qualifying

Football

O'Neill: Momentum on Ireland's side.

Martin O'Neill hopes his Ireland players remain injury free over the next few weeks ahead of their playoff versus Denmark.

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Rugby

Football

England

NFL

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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NFL

A senior NFL official told ESPN's Sal Paolantonio that Commissioner Roger Goodell and his staff made a presentation to NFL owners similar to the one made earlier Tuesday to the players in an attempt to resolve the national anthem demonstration issue. The owners have been asked to consider Goodell's presentation and work with the players as a dialogue about the topic continues. The official told ESPN that the players and owners have agreed to meet again soon to hammer out specific steps and actions that can be taken jointly to resolve the issue.

Brian Franey, ESPN Producer

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Cycling

Froome: 2018 Tour route is 'dangerous.'

Reigning Tour de France champion Chris Froome looks ahead to next year's event with a little trepidation.

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Golf

Woods takes a swing with his driver.

Tiger Woods is making progress from the fusion surgery he had on his lower back in April. On Monday, he was cleared to resume full golf activities.

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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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MLB

Tuesday's games

  • Dave Merrell
  • Exclusive: Pogba talks to ESPN FC

    In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC, Paul Pogba says Manchester United can win the Premier League this season -- and have no reason to fear anyone.

  • Reuters / Darren Staples
  • Exclusive: Why Zlatan re-signed with Man Utd

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic tells ESPN FC why he is staying at Manchester United -- to win the Premier League.

  • AP Photo/Paul White
  • League tables

    Updated tables from the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.

  • Michael Steele/Getty Images
  • Upcoming fixtures

    Keep track of all the important upcoming fixtures in the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.

  • Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images
  • Latest scores

    Results and scores from the Premier League, Champions League, La Liga, English Football League and more.

  • EPA/FERNANDO BIZERRA JR
  • The unthinkable fate of Chapecoense

    In November 2016, Brazilian underdogs Chapecoense boarded a plane to play in the game of their lives. Instead, their biggest moment turned into a tragedy no one can forget.

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