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Shaq admits he is already jealous of his 15-year-old son

Shaquille O'Neal really shouldn't be jealous of anyone. The 4 x NBA Champion had one hell of a career, but there's one guy out there he is starting to envy: his son. Yup, there's another Shaq coming up through high school. Shareef O'Neal...Show More Summary

2015 Tour de France results and standings, Stage 2: Crosswinds shake up yellow jersey competition

The elements threw in wrench in the yellow jersey dreams of Vincenzo Nibali and Nairo Quintana, who lost more than a minute to their biggest rivals. A wet and windy ride from Utrecht to Zeeland gave the 2015 Tour de France its first taste of other chaos. Show More Summary

Cold Hard Fact for Sunday, July 5, 2015

Fact: With his home run Saturday, Bryce Harper became the seventh player in MLB history to have at least 25 home runs through 81 games at age 22 or younger. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: SportsCenter Read more MLB news on

The 2 trends that defined play at the 2015 Women's World Cup

The world is changing, and the era of the dominant center forward has passed. Center forwards get the most plaudits at every level of the game, in men's and women's football, even though they are rarely the most important players. The...Show More Summary

The 13 best NBA free agents still available

Most of the best players are off the board, but teams looking for role players have plenty of options. The big names are all but gone -- especially with LaMarcus Aldridge deciding to head to San Antonio -- but there are plenty of free agents still on the table. Show More Summary

Carlos Gomez left gum and a note in center field for Billy Hamilton

At the end of the third inning in Saturday's Reds-Brewers game, Carlos Gomez was apparently feeling extra generous. It looks like the note says, "I see you dropped all your gum so I brought you some more." What a nice guy Carlos Gomez is. Hamilton seemed to enjoy the prank, but he'll surely be returning the favor sooner or later.

Brewers' Carlos Gomez Leaves Note and Gum for Reds' Billy Hamilton in Outfield

Sharing is caring, right? When the Milwaukee Brewers and Cincinnati Reds clashed Saturday night, Brewers outfielder Carlos Gomez was in the giving mood. Apparently, Reds outfielder Billy Hamilton lost some gum earlier in the game, so Gomez wanted to help out his counterpart in center field. Show More Summary

As ambassador of safety, Kyle Busch returns to Daytona

For the first time since a February crash left him injured, Kyle Busch is back at Daytona. Acting as NASCAR's safety advocate wasn't a role Kyle Busch asked for. It was just thrust upon him following a harrowing February crash at Daytona...Show More Summary

Steve Nash is training to play professional soccer

Are you missing watching Steve Nash play sports already? Well, good news! He's coming back. Maybe. Kind of. According to a report in the New York Daily News, Steve Nash has been training with the New York Cosmos B Team of the National Premier Soccer League. Steve Nash is making a comeback in New York. Show More Summary

Good morning. The Spurs are not fair.

That and more in Sunday's NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let's basketball. LMAOH NO: LaMarcus Aldridge chose the Spurs, because of course. They are the Spurs. Jeff McDonald has a great look at how the Spurs got very un-Spursian to doShow More Summary

The Spurs still want Manu Ginobili back, according to report

The Spurs want their veteran back for one more season. Manu Ginobili still hasn't decided whether he's coming back for his 14th season, but after the San Antonio Spurs signed LaMarcus Aldridge, the franchise is lobbying hard for Ginobili to return, according to ESPN's Marc Stein. The Spurs have had a busy offseason. Show More Summary

Biggest MLB Duds of Week 13, Position by Position

We might view the number 13 as unlucky, but perhaps we're being a bit overcautious in that approach, considering that some of the most superstitious people around—professional ballplayers—seem to embrace it. Case in point: You can find a player wearing No. Show More Summary

NASCAR At Daytona 2015 race day weather: Coke Zero 400 with a chance of rain

Daytona International Speedway could see a similar day Sunday as it did Saturday before the start of the NASCAR Xfinity series. Showers and storms Saturday afternoon washed out Sprint Cup qualifying and delayed the start of the Xfinity race. Show More Summary

Greenbrier Classic 2015 live stream: How to watch Sunday's round online, TV coverage and more

The leaders on Sunday at the Greenbrier will not only play for a $1 million winner's check, but also a spot in the third major of the season. Tiger Woods won't do either. Here's how to watch the final round. Players at the Greenbrier Classic will be fighting for elbow room on the leaderboard Sunday as they chase concurrent prizes. Show More Summary

MLB All-Star Selection Show 2015: Start Time, TV Schedule and Preview

Fear not, baseball fans, for you must only wait a few more hours until the unveiling of the starting lineups for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game. MLB Communications announced ESPN will air the selection show Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET, and a subsequent program will air Monday at 7 p.m. Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Baseball 2015: MLB DraftKings Pitcher Studs and Duds for July 5

What Sunday's daily slate lacks in superstar power, it more than makes up for with depth. Playing around at starting pitcher typically isn't the wisest course of action. Open the check book, pay for top arms and worry about offense later. Show More Summary

2015 NBA Summer League schedule: Day 2 schedule, TV time, and who to watch

Three games are scheduled for the second day of the Orlando Summer League. Orlando Summer League, the smaller of the three summer circuits, kicked off Saturday with all 10 teams playing one another. Mario Hezonja, the highest draft pick playing in the league at No. Show More Summary

NASCAR Daytona 2015: Start time, TV schedule and live stream for Coke Zero 400

NASCAR action shifts to Daytona on Sunday for the Coke Zero 400, the 17th race of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season, live from Daytona International Speedway. Points leader Kevin Harvick has two wins and eight second-place finishes in 2015. Show More Summary

6 teams who could trade for the Warriors' David Lee

Lee mostly sat on the bench last season and now that he's on an expiring deal, Golden State will try to trade him elsewhere. David Lee doesn't work in Golden State. He has career averages of 15 points and 10 rebounds, but his ball-dominating...Show More Summary

Say hey, baseball: Those Fourth of July uniforms were way too tacky

Sunday morning's baseball includes tacky tributes to America, a star-spangled bat, and a game-saving catch that has to been seen in order to be believed. Subscribe for your daily Say Hey! Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary

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