• The Golden State Warriors used virtual reality to woo Kevin Durant
The Golden State Warriors used virtual reality to woo Kevin Durant

The sports world seems to be unified on the fact that the Golden State Warriors will not only reach the Finals but also win it. As part of the deal, the Bucks will send the rights to Albert Miralles to the Cavaliers. He will turn 39 later this month. They shared a big hug before Thursday's festivities. Non-Bird rights are part of the NBA's Bird...

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  • Elon Musk teases major Tesla
Elon Musk teases major Tesla "Masterplan" announcement this week

In addition to Tesla, Musk is CEO to a private spaceflight company, SpaceX, which has managed to land reusable rockets that can take payloads beyond the atmosphere, and he hopes to send an unmanned mission to Mars by 2018. In its blog post, Tesla countered that there was no confirmation Autopilot was the cause of the crash. It's pretty fair to sa...

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  • Ben Simmons scores 18, but Sixers lose to Bulls in summer league
Ben Simmons scores 18, but Sixers lose to Bulls in summer league

Furthermore, teams are going to give him that shot and take away his ability to get into the lane. Simmons' star-in-the-making potential has been the buzz of summer league, and although he may not have drafted him, Sam Hinkie is among those in attendance enjoying the atmosphere.

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  • Most Disappointing Players of First Half
Most Disappointing Players of First Half

The Nationals closed the first half of the season with a 3-2 win over NY on Sunday afternoon, their third straight win overall and one that extended their lead over the Mets to six games, matching a season-high. It also accounted for the 10th time in the franchise history of the Nationals/Montreal Expos. Neil Walker had a sacrifice fly in the...

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  • Five Incredible Photos From the U.S. Women's Gymnastics Olympic Trials
Five Incredible Photos From the U.S. Women's Gymnastics Olympic Trials

Hernandez, the first U.S. Olympic gymnast born in the 2000s, was third at the P&G Championships and second at the Olympic Trials and may also be a U.S. "I can't wait to get back in the gym", Douglas said. Even with a few small hiccups during Trials, Biles ran away with the top spot in the competition.

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  • Beyoncé & Jay Z Cheer On Serena Williams' Wimbledon Victory
Beyoncé & Jay Z Cheer On Serena Williams' Wimbledon Victory

Open in 2010. The left-handed Kerber had not dropped a set on the way to her second Grand Slam final of the year and beat Serena's sister, five-time champion Venus , in the semifinals. If professional tennis was a video game, Williams would have beaten the high score over and over, and conquered every level and boss and dungeon over and over on ...

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  • Elated Portugal fans dance to sweet victory
Elated Portugal fans dance to sweet victory

Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo covers his face as he is stretchered off the pitch after suffering an injury during the Euro 2016 final soccer match between Portugal and France at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, north of Paris, Sunday, July 10, 2016.

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  • Hassan Whiteside to sign with the Miami Heat
Hassan Whiteside to sign with the Miami Heat

The Miami Heat locked up Hassan Whiteside to a four-year deal worth almost $100 million early Friday morning, but are they now in danger of losing 34-year-old star Dwyane Wade? During an appearance on The Ticket 790AM in Miami , Windhorst said Wade's representatives have contacted San Antonio and Dallas.

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  • McIlroy needs six shots to get out of Postage Stamp bunker
McIlroy needs six shots to get out of Postage Stamp bunker

A former top-ranked amateur, Willett was always destined for the top in golf and he had his first real taste of going close at a major at the British Open a year ago at St. After driving down from Inverness, I walked the course late on Monday night, when there was nobody there other than me by the time I left around 10 o'clock.

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  • New York Mets' Noah Syndergaard Leaves Start In Fifth Inning
New York Mets' Noah Syndergaard Leaves Start In Fifth Inning

First, center fielder Yoenis Cespedes was pulled after three innings with what the team called a strained right quadriceps. The slugger got hurt chasing Daniel Murphy's RBI double to deep center field in the third and was replaced by Juan Lagares in the fourth.

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  • US high school federation calls for pitch limits in 2017
US high school federation calls for pitch limits in 2017

Terry Sanford coach Sam Guy agreed with Dague that there should not only be game limits but weekly limits, and that pitches thrown pre-game should be counted as well. "Everybody's strength and size should go into it but I don't know how you would do that". "I don't see this as being a huge controversy", said the MPA's Burnham, "as long as it's ve...

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  • Murray targets world number one
Murray targets world number one

But despite the heartbreaking loss to Murray at Wimbledon , Raonic insisted he would attempt to carry the same level of play and hopes for another masterful run when he hits the hard court in NY. The celebrations were more than warranted, given that Murray had lost eight of his previous 10 Grand Slam finals - and even his famously stoic coach ...

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  • After the Warriors, everyone else fought for scraps in free agency
After the Warriors, everyone else fought for scraps in free agency

On a day best known for celebrating freedom, Durant exercised his right as an unbound, unrestricted free agent to hand-pick his next playing location. Now that we've seen two transcendent players - Durant and James - leave their original homes for greener pastures in search of their first championship in less than a decade, it's fair to say it's th...

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  • Raonic stepping into the unknown - Murray
Raonic stepping into the unknown - Murray

The former British Davis Cup player returned to the tour in 2014 but retired at the end of that season and is now the ATP's vice-president of player relations. "The first time it was a huge, huge relief and I didn't enjoy it maybe as much as I could". Raonic at the bottom is serving for the first set up 5-3, but the 17-time Grand slam victor is...

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  • Burberry Brit ethos captured by Brooklyn Beckham in upcoming ads
Burberry Brit ethos captured by Brooklyn Beckham in upcoming ads

The oldest son of footballer David Beckham and fashionista wife Victoria is now 17 years old and all set to step into the limelight. Brooklyn Beckham's Burberry Brit campaign video. "Brooklyn has a really great eye for image and Instagram works brilliantly for him as a platform to showcase his work", he said. The men's scents are Burberry B...

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  • Serena Williams wins record-tying 22nd major title at Wimbledon
Serena Williams wins record-tying 22nd major title at Wimbledon

There was little sign of self-doubt, however, during another dominant display against Kerber and Williams insists her motivation to add more silverware to her collection remains as strong as ever. For Venus it was a consolation after she lost to Kerber in Thursday's singles semi-finals. "And then you have to re-set yourself and say, 'OK, we've go...

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  • Spurs' stalwart Duncan calls time on career
Spurs' stalwart Duncan calls time on career

Over his career, the Spurs posted a regular season record of 1,072-438, easily the best 19-year stretch in National Basketball Association history. Born in the United States Virgin Islands, Duncan was picked by the Spurs franchise as the first overall pick of the draft in 1997.

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  • Pence introduces Trump at rally that doubles as VP audition
Pence introduces Trump at rally that doubles as VP audition

Pence has reason to praise Trump: He's on the short list of candidates to join the Republican ticket as Trump's running mate. Pence's introduction of Trump in the Hoosier State was viewed by national and state political pundits as an audition for a spot on the national ticket.

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  • Former K-State high jumper Kynard qualifies for Rio
Former K-State high jumper Kynard qualifies for Rio

The 2 athletes younger than McLaughlin that made the 1980 USA team (Carol Lewis of Willingboro, N.J. and Denean Howard) didn't get a chance to compete at the 1980 Olympics because of the US boycott. Then the third came up. Prandini, in 22.53 seconds. Brenda Martinez was laying on the track, her head buried in her hands. There were no tears.

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  • Sung Hyun Park leads midway through her US Women's Open debut
Sung Hyun Park leads midway through her US Women's Open debut

Women's Open. But fortunes quickly changed at the par-5 ninth when she hit her tee shot into a hazard for a penalty. 3 and 4 to fall behind, but went on that run before the turn to regain her lead briefly. "But we fell out of position and that's the consequences with it". "Confidence is an earned commodity", Fox golf analyst Paul Azinger noted du...

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