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Person avoids prison in college bribery sentencing

Ex-Auburn assistant Chuck Person was sentenced to community service during two years of supervised release for accepting $91,500 in bribes as part of the college corruption scandal. …read more

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Heat’s Waiters answers trolls with new physique

Dion Waiters showed off his new physique on Instagram on Monday and wrote about ignoring “the outside noise” from social media critics about his conditioning last season. …read more

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Remembering Whitaker: ‘Sweet Pea’ a master of the sweet science

Pernell Whitaker was one of the greatest boxers in history. Dan Rafael, Steve Kim and Mark Kriegel remember moments from Whitaker’s career that made him stand out from the rest. …read more

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Rays lose combined perfect game bid in 9th

The Tampa Bay Rays’ bid for the first combined perfect game in major league history ended with a leadoff single in the ninth inning by the Orioles’ Hanser Alberto. …read more

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What’s next for the USWNT? NWSL is in full swing

Can the NWSL capitalize on the USWNT’s World Cup win? Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan and the U.S. women will return to the women’s pro league soon. …read more

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Underappreciated Novak Djokovic shows why Wimbledon title path runs through him

Wimbledon loves an underdog, but the defending champion was not going to spare Roberto Bautista Agut as he progressed to a sixth men’s singles final. …read more

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Delle Donne, Wilson top ASG vote, to be captains

Washington’s Elena Delle Donne and Las Vegas forward A’ja Wilson will serve as captains and pick teams for the WNBA All-Star Game, as the starters were announced Thursday. …read more

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USWNT World Cup celebration: The party that hasn’t stopped

The USWNT’s win at the Women’s World Cup set off a huge celebration — and a parade in New York City. Here’s a look at the team’s whirlwind 72 hours. …read more

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Manfred: MLB didn’t alter baseball for more HRs

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, amid criticism from star pitchers, said the league “has done nothing, given no direction for an alteration in the baseball.” …read more

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Verlander: MLB juicing balls for more offense

All-Star starter Justin Verlander thinks that the baseball is juiced this season and that MLB implemented the new ball to increase offense. …read more

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