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Sources: LeBron talks quiet as Cavs work deals

The Cleveland Cavaliers are busy on several fronts as they attempt to solidify their roster. But for the moment that does not include talks with free agent LeBron James, sources told ESPN.com.

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Hot dog! Stonie eats 62 to dethrone Chestnut

Matt Stonie shocked the competitive eating world Saturday by upsetting Joey Chestnut at the Fourth of July hot dog eating contest at Nathan's Famous in Coney Island.

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2015 Tour de France tracker

Follow all the action at this year's Tour de France with live updates and commentary, stage profiles and more.

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Copa América final to be decided on PK's
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Argentina and Chile were unable to find a goal through 120 minutes and for the 3rd time since 1993 the final will be decided by penalties. Follow live

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Paul Carr @PCarrESPN

Germany is shut out in consecutive WWC games for the first time ever. Germany had never been shut out twice at all in a single WWC.

England takes 3rd at Women's World Cup
Women's World Cup 

Fara Williams’ penalty in the 108th was the game’s only goal as England captured its first win against Germany in 21 meetings. It was Williams’ 5th career WWC goal, passing Kelly Smith for most in England history. Stats

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England takes the lead on a penalty
Women's World Cup 

The first breakthrough of the match comes in the 108th minute as Fara Williams converts from the penalty spot to put England ahead of Germany in the Women's World Cup 3rd-place game. Follow live

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Paul Carr @PCarrESPN

Fara Williams is 2nd player to score 3 penalties at a single WWC (Norway's Tina Svensson in 1991).

Locke throws gem, Pirates beat Indians

Jeff Locke went 8 shutout innings, giving up two hits, 0 walks and striking out 6. Pittsburgh got the 1-0 win. Box score

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Aldridge not only one leaving Portland

The Blazers confirmed to The Oregonian that assistant coach Kim Hughes is no longer with the team. The newspaper reported that Hughes was fired for his June 27 comments to an Indiana TV station in which he said LaMarcus Aldridge would not be returning to the team.

Aldridge agrees to join Spurs
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Brian Windhorst says of San Antonio's deal with LaMarcus Aldridge: "This is a big moment for the Spurs because they've never built through free agency before."

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LeBron waiting for Thompson to sign
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Brian Windhorst on the lack of contract talks between LeBron James and the Cavaliers: "Until the Cavs do something with Tristan, LeBron's not going to talk to them."

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Lakers' reasoning for getting Hibbert
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Brian Windhorst said on SportsCenter: "The Lakers are at a point now where they've gotta decide, 'If we can't do anything in free agency, do we just want to get through this season, Kobe's last year, and re-enter the market next year?'"

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Scoreless after regulation in Chile
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Argentina narrowly missed a chance to win during injury time in the 2nd half, and the Copa América final is set for extra time. Chile is looking for its first win against Argentina in the Copa América (0-18-6 so far). Follow live

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WWC 3rd-place game headed to extra time
Women's World Cup 

England and Germany will play 30 extra minutes after a scoreless regulation. Germany is 18-0-2 in all 20 games against England. Follow live

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Men's sweet 16 Power Rankings
Tennis 

Greg Garber ranks the remaining players left in the men's draw at Wimbledon. No surprise, Novak Djokovic leads the way. Federer at 4

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Lakers, Pacers agree to Hibbert deal

The Lakers have agreed to take Roy Hibbert, league sources tell ESPN's Marc Stein and Ramona Shelburne. The framework of the trade is still being discussed. Sources said the deal will be completed by July 9 when the league-wide moratorium is lifted.

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Strange but funny intros

The Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest had no shortage of excitement this year. In addition to an upset of Joey Chestnut, the emcee was busting out everything from rap lyrics to jokes. Check out the five best moments

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Bringing that ball back
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Chris Davis crushes a ball to right field that looks to be over the wall ... until Avisail Garcia leaps and robs the game-tying home run in the top of the ninth.

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Simon grabs final spot in Round of 16
Tennis 

Gilles Simon outlasted countryman Gael Monfils in five sets to reach the 4th round in a match that finished under the lights of Centre Court because of darkness.

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Miguel Delaney @MiguelDelaney

Messi's been very quiet, and isolated. Argentina's best chance of a goal at moment are those set-pieces, which shouldn't be the case.

Scoreless in the soccer world
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  • Chile is holding Lionel Messi and Argentina at bay in the 60th minute in the Copa America final.
  • Germany and England are still looking for a breakthrough in the Women's World Cup 3rd-place game after 68 minutes.
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