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Why a Tiger win at The Open might be the greatest golf story ever told

Tiger Woods' name shot to the top of the leaderboard at a major again. Ian O'Connor says it's OK to imagine what it would feel like if he's there when Sunday closes.

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Tiger: Open title 'definitely within reach'

Woods says he didn't have a bad swing on Saturday until his drive on the 18th hole.


Jordan Spieth and the quest to take back what is his

Spieth didn't want to give back the Claret Jug this week. After three strong rounds (and one bad haircut), he has a chance to take it back.

E:60: Dead Man Walking

9 a.m. ET, Sunday, ESPN

How a Houston boxing trainer faked his death to avoid murder-for-hire

Ramon Sosa was marked for death by his wife. This is the story of how he survived, thanks to a surprising savior. Watch E:60 on Sunday at 9 a.m. ET on ESPN.

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Preview: The scary plot against a successful trainer

E:60 investigates the murder-for-hire plot involving a former gang member and a well-known boxing trainer.


Top Headlines

Ninja takes Chicago

Red Bull Rise Till Dawn -- live Fortnite coverage from Chicago

Fortnite and Tyler "Ninja" Blevins is taking over the 99th floor of Willis Tower in Chicago. We're on the ground to bring you all the action.

Ninja talks Fortnite, Chicago and being a role model for younger audiences

It's not lost on Ninja how young his audience can be, so he and his wife have taken on the responsibility to be good role models.

Ninja explains why Lions are his favorite NFL team

Ninja has a lot of Chicago connections but explains why Lions-Packers games are important to him.


Must-See Moments

Carpenter's incredible power surge continues


A's walk off on Lucroy's single

In the bottom of the 11th, Jonathan Lucroy lifts a single to right-center field to score Matt Chapman for the game-winning run.


Story makes Jeter-like play off his back foot

Trevor Story fields a ball while moving to his right, then makes the aerial throw to get Nick Ahmed at first.


Baez, Maddon ejected in fifth inning

Javy Baez throws his bat and helmet before being tossed after not getting an appeal on a check swing. Joe Maddon would follow defending his star.


Betts robs Martin with leaping catch


NFL and the anthem

NFL owners should accept what's obvious: New anthem policy is not sustainable

The league hoped to shut the door on the controversy, but it's still wide-open as the season nears.

Greenberg: NFL can't make everyone happy with anthem policy

Richard Jefferson and Mike Greenberg react to the NFL's latest attempt to address the issues surrounding the anthem.



How do LeBron's Lakers add a second star after the Kawhi trade?

Will L.A. add a second star next to LeBron James after the Kawhi Leonard trade? Kevin Pelton looks at the Lakers' options.

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5-on-5: Predicting the loaded East race after the Kawhi trade

Our Insiders answer the big questions about new Finals favorites and dark-horse East contenders.



Bronny leads team to national title with LeBron on sideline

LeBron James Jr. leads his Blue Chips squad to the USBA national championship in overtime with his dad coaching.



Realistic second-half goals for all 30 teams

Is your team down for the count? Probably. But there's still something for it to accomplish after the All-Star break.

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Sean Doolittle's All-Star diary: Go behind the ropes in D.C.

From the Home Run Derby to the red carpet, the Nats closer gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the All-Star atmosphere of his home park.

Social media shows Mike Trout is what's great about baseball

When MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said Trout is not "actively engaged," social media responded by showing him otherwise.

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Thailand cave rescue

  • Royal Thai Army/EPA
  • A light in the darkness

    The rescue of a soccer team trapped in a cave in Thailand was so daring it defies comprehension. This is what heroism looks like.

Heroic coaches

  • Andrew Kaufman
  • 'He saved so many lives'

    Cross-country coach Scott Beigel, assistant football coach Aaron Feis and athletic director Chris Hixon are the 2018 ESPYS recipients of the Best Coach Award for the difference they made in the lives of students on and off the field of play.