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Copa America: Neymar Sees Red; Vidal Gets in a Crash

Nelson Almeida/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images With most of the teams having played two games in the 2015 Copa America, the usual suspects are starting to position themselves for the quarterfinals. Eight of the 12 teams advance toShow More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball Picks: June 17

Wednesday's best options for daily fantasy using a combination of metrics

Argentina Squeezes Past Uruguay at Copa America

Argentina edged past neighbor Uruguay, 1-0, behind a header goal by Manchester City's Sergio Aguero at the Copa America.

U.S. vs. Nigeria: Women’s World Cup Live Blog

Live analysis of the Women’s World Cup Group D match between the U.S. and Nigeria.

Guam Beats India in Soccer World Cup Qualifiers

India lost to an island with a population 7,500 times smaller than its own on Tuesday.

Daily Fantasy Baseball Picks: June 16

Tuesday's best options for daily fantasy using a combination of metrics

Chile and Mexico Draw, 3-3, in Thriller

Chile and Mexico delivered the best match of the Copa América so far as they brought a frenetic pace in a 3-3 draw that showed Mexico's resilience and Chile's superstar qualities.

Bolivia Notches First Win in Copa America in 18 Years

Bolivia scored three first-half goals and topped Ecuador, 3-2, for its first Copa América win since 1997.

Andy Roddick to Make (Abbreviated) Doubles Comeback

Retired tennis star Andy Roddick is making a comeback—in doubles. Roddick, 32, announced Monday that he would play doubles with long-time friend Mardy Fish at the Atlanta Open, which begins in late July.

Tiny Guam’s Soccer Team Is Out to Get India in World Cup Qualifiers

Guam, a remote island in the Pacific, hosts India in 2018 World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday, and the U.S. territory isn’t scared of its enormous opponent.

Chicago Gets a Dynasty—or Massive Disappointment

If Chicago wins on Monday night, they’ll take their third Stanley Cup of the last six seasons—a dynasty by anyone’s standards, especially given the cap constrictions of the modern era.

Recap: U.S., Sweden Play to a Goalless Draw

Live analysis of the Women's World Cup Group D match between the U.S. and Sweden.

How a 28-Year-Old Special Assistant May Have Saved Golden State

The idea to start Andre Iguodala in a smaller lineup came from Nick U’Ren, a special assistant and manager of advance scouting who sits behind Golden State’s bench.

U.S. vs. Sweden Women’s World Cup: Live Blog

Live analysis of the Women's World Cup Group D match between the U.S. and Sweden.

Daily Fantasy Baseball Picks: June 12

Friday's best options for daily fantasy using a combination of metrics

How an Assistant May Have Saved Golden State

The idea to start Andre Iguodala in a smaller lineup came from Nick U’Ren, a special assistant and manager of advance scouting who sits behind Golden State’s bench.

A ‘Wild’ Goal for Boxing: Unifying the Heavyweight Belts

Deontay Wilder (33-0, 32 knockouts), who fights Saturday in Alabama, is a big puncher with the ability to be boxing's undisputed heavyweight champion.

The Stanley Cup Is Firmly in the Grasp of Both Teams

At 2-2, the series between Chicago and Tampa Bay could not be more tight--in fact, this is the first Stanley Cup since 1968 where each of the first four games has been decided by only a goal.

Host Chile Kicks Off Copa América With Victory Over Ecuador

With President Michelle Bachelet in attendance, Chile's aspirations for its first Copa América continental title—and on home soil—kicked off in style as the team dispatched Ecuador, 2-0, in the inaugural match of the quadrennial tournament.

Rapinoe’s Two Goals Lead Americans Past Australia 3-1

Live analysis of the Women's World Cup Group D match between the U.S. and Australia.

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