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WEST INDIES v INDIA HIGHLIGHTS

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Cricket

Highlights: Rain plays spoilsport at Port of Spain.

Only 38 overs of play was possible at Port of Spain, as the first ODI between West Indies and India was cut short due to rain.

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WATCH - Rahane, Dhawan get India off to strong start.

Ajinkya Rahane and Shikhar Dhawan added 132 for the first wicket against West Indies at Port of Spain.

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Cricket

WATCH - Rahane's 62 off 78 balls.

Ajinkya Rahane smashed eight fours as he helped provide India a strong start in the first ODI

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WI v INDIA MATCH CLIPS

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Cricket

Yuvraj goes cheaply.

Yuvraj Singh lasted just 10 balls in the first ODI, as he was caught for 4.

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Dhawan misses out on ton.

Shikhar Dhawan looked to be heading towards a century, but was trapped lbw by Devendra Bishoo for 87.

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Rahane falls on 62.

Ajinkya Rahane was dismissed for a 78-ball 62 by Alzarri Joseph.

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Azerbaijan GP

Formula 1

Are Honda playing a guessing game with their engine?

In a season plagued with engine failures, Jonathan Legard and Mark Gallagher discuss whether Honda actually know what the causes are.

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Cricket

Women's World Cup 2017

Cricket

Most even Women's World Cup ever?

Firdose Moonda and Melinda Farrell discuss each team's chances in this year's Women's World Cup.

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Badminton

Badminton

"The biggest challenge is to stay disciplined."

World No.1 Junior badminton player, Lakshya Sen talks about his journey to the top, how he felt after beating HS Prannoy in his maiden Senior Nationals and what it takes to be a top badminton player.

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Butler Trade

NBA

Thibodeau says Butler is a 'perfect fit for us.'

Tom Thibodeau details how he arrived at the decision to acquire Jimmy Butler from the Bulls, and speaks on the state of his relationship with his old team.

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Football

Extra Time: Messi vs. Ronaldo and weird laughs.

The guys respond to your tweets about Barcelona, the Ballon d'Or and the weirdest laugh on the FC panel.

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Football

Who impressed more in Germany vs. Chile?

Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop break down what stood out for them in Germany's 1-1 draw with Chile.

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Tennis

Classic Wimbledon meltdowns.

In honor of the 36th anniversary of John McEnroe's outburst at Wimbledon, we take a look at other tennis stars who lost their cool while competing at the All England Club.

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Tennis news

Manchester United

Football

Manchester United

Football

Should Rooney move on from Man United?

Shaka Hislop believes it is in Wayne Rooney's best interest to continue his career at a club other than Man United.

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Cricket

Cricket

'All of Afghanistan was waiting for this moment' - Stanikzai.

Afghanistan Cricket Board chief executive Shafiq Stanikzai hopes it won't be too long until the world sees the country make its Test debut

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Cricket

Knight Riders : The story of a global T20 franchise.

With the acquisition of Cape Town Knight Riders in South Africa's Global T20 League, Shah Rukh Khan and co. have expanded their T20 franchise portfolio across three different leagues.

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Kumble's resignation

Cricket

How the Kohli-Kumble saga played out.

Anil Kumble resigned as India coach saying his relationship with the captain was 'untenable'

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Formula 1

Baku GP

Formula 1

Does Kimi need to get used to being second best?

Jonathan Legard and Mark Gallagher discuss whether Sebastian Vettel is right to be considered the 'lead driver' within the Ferrari camp.

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Tennis

Title IX 45th Anniversary Vignette: Billie Jean King.

Billie Jean King owns 39 Grand Slam titles, started the WTA and inspires change everyday. Hear what the "Battle of the Sexes" between King and Bobby Riggs meant to her.

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Manchester City

Football

Extra Time: Assessing Alves, vexing VAR.

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on Dani Alves and Manchester City, the latest VAR decisions and much more.

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Transfer News

NBA

Who is Markelle Fultz?

A look at the top prospect going into the 2017 NBA Draft

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Football

Ronaldo changing his tune on Real Madrid departure?

Gab Marcotti and the FC crew discuss the reports that Cristiano Ronaldo may have changed his mind on leaving Real Madrid.

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Golf

ESPY Awards

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Bolt or Ronaldo for best international athlete?

The cast from SportsNation gives its pick for the best international athlete at this year's ESPYS.

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Sparks

WNBA

Serena the favourite for Best Female Athlete?

The SportsNation panel discusses who should get the ESPY for Best Female Athlete between Simone Biles, Katie Ledecky, Candace Parker, and Serena Williams.

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Road to Wimbledon

Transfer Talk

Football

Can Bayern keep away Lewandowski suitors?

The FC panel look at Bayern's hard-nosed approach at keeping clubs away from Lewandowski, and if it will be enough.

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Football

Salah will add depth to Liverpool squad.

Former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol explains the benefits of adding Mohamed Salah for Liverpool.

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Football

Gomez: Osorio's changes hindered Mexico.

Herculez Gomez and the FC panel look at Mexico's lacklustre win over New Zealand, and the changes that affected their play.

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India

Cricket

Cricket

Will Kumble's departure hurt India?

Given the success they achieved in his tenure, will India be able to find a replacement who matches up to Anil Kumble?

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Cricket

"The breakdown was irreparable."

Sambit Bal believes the series of events that led to Anil Kumble's departure from his role as India coach sets a dangerous precedent for future coaches

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Duminy happy to let Shah Rukh sign the autographs.

JP Duminy spoke at the launch of the T20 Global League and explained how outreach work would play a crucial role in the future of the Cape Town franchise.

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Tennis

Cash: 'Unstoppable' Federer will win Wimbledon.

Former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash believes Roger Federer will be incredibly tough to beat at the 2017 Wimbledon Championships.

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