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Matt Harvey struggles, skips out on media

Mets ace Matt Harvey had another rough start Tuesday and skipped out on the media afterwards.

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Ex-MLB player bidding to become next Vermont governor

A former Major League Baseball player is running for governor in Vermont as a member of the Liberty Union party, which bills itself as nonviolent and socialist

Doctors Say Dave Mirra Is The First Extreme Athlete Diagnosed With CTE

The family of BMX legend Dave Mirra revealed he had the brain disease CTE, which may have contributed to his suicide in February.

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The Latest: Tight security testing patience at French Open

Tightened security measures at the French Open, with multiple pat-downs and bag checks, are making getting into Roland Garros a bit of a chore

Tyson calls proposal to allow pros in Olympics 'ridiculous'

Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson says a proposal to let professional fighters take part in the Rio Olympic boxing competition is "ridiculous" and "foolish."

Villanova’s Josh Hart will return for one more season

Villanova star Josh Hart announced he will return to school. 

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German far-right angry at soccer team's photos on candy bars

Photos of Germany's national soccer team on packages of a popular chocolate brand have prompted online outrage among Germany's far right because they include childhood pictures of players of migrant origin

Final of contrasts: Little in common for Madrid and Atletico

One of the few things in common between the Champions League finalists this season is that they are from the same city

Dikembe Mutombo didn't give Bismack Biyombo permission to use finger wag

Bismack Biyombo has come up with some big blocked shots during the Eastern Conference Finals, but it's his celebration of those blocks that is drawing attention from an NBA legend.

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Sun is out after 3 days of damp, cold weather at French Open

The French Open is finally basking under blue skies after three opening days of damp, cold weather

Tony Gwynn's Family Is Filing A Lawsuit Against The Tobacco Industry

The lawsuit filed by Tony Gwynn's family says the MLB legend's two-cans-a-day habit led to his death.

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Westbrook, Thunder put Warriors on brink of elimination

Russell Westbrook had 36 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists, and the Thunder beat the Golden State Warriors 118-94 on Tuesday night to take a 3-1 lead in the Western Conference Finals and put the defending NBA champions on the brink of elimination

Meet 7’6” NBA draft prospect Mamadou Ndiaye

Mamadou Ndiaye, UC Irvine’s 7'6" center, will not withdraw from the upcoming NBA draft, which means he could become the tallest player selected since Yao Ming in 2002.

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NFL awards Super Bowls to Atlanta, South Florida, Los Angeles

The NFL announced the hosts of Super Bowls 53-55 on Tuesday, returning to two of the spots that are among the all-time leaders for hosting the big game.

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Did The NFL Try To Buy Influence In A Government Concussion Study?

The congressional report says the NFL tried to sway the government study.

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Kevin Durant didn't expect NBA to suspend Draymond Green

Kevin Durant told reporters Tuesday that he didn’t think the NBA would suspend Warriors forward Draymond Green for his Game 3 kick to the groin of Thunder center Steven Adams.

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Martin homers in 9th, Mariners rally to beat A's 6-5

Leonys Martin hit a game-ending, two-run homer in the ninth inning to give the Seattle Mariners a 6-5 comeback victory over the Oakland Athletics

LEADING OFF: Arrieta aims for 20; Bradley halfway to Joe D

LEADING OFF: Arrieta aims for 20 straight wins; Bradley halfway to Joe D; Matz vs. Nats; A-Rod's rehab; Marlins and Rays go coast-to-coast in Florida

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Bills GM Doug Whaley: Humans aren’t supposed to play football

Bills general manager Doug Whaley said in a radio interview that he doesn’t think people are supposed to play football because of the violent nature of the sport.

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Crosby helps Penguins beat Lightning to force Game 7

The Pittsburgh Penguins are headed home for Game 7 of the Eastern Conference final

San Diego Padres Discipline Employee After Gay Men's Chorus Fiasco

The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus was invited to sing the national anthem before the Padres game Saturday, but the group never got the chance to sing.

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