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ESPN

ESPN
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network.
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network. « Show less

Top ESPN Articles

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  • Report: Warriors, David Lee agree to part ways

    Less than 24 hours after winning their first NBA title in 40 years, comes word the Golden State Warriors are making plans to trade their highest-paid player, David Lee. ESPN reported that Lee and the Warriors have agreed to work together to find a new...
  • NBA Finals draw best TV rating since series moved to ABC

    This year's NBA Finals have drawn their highest TV rating since the series moved to ABC in 2003. The Golden State Warriors' six-game win over the Cleveland Cavaliers averaged an 11.6 rating. ESPN said Wednesday that the more than 19.9 million viewers...
  • Baseball commissioner may be 'open to change' regarding All-Star Game voting

    While others are freaking out about the potential of an All-Star Game with eight Royals in the starting lineup, Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred seems unconcerned. At least for now. On Tuesday, the commissioner was asked about the All-Star...
  • U.S. women are still World Cup stars, but team's foundation has cracks

    U.S. women are still World Cup stars, but team's foundation has cracks
    They are the rock stars of the sport, this U.S. women's soccer team. And for years now they've carried themselves that way, all swagger and confidence. So while Germany has won with relentless efficiency, Japan with flawless fundamental play and...
  • Jason Lloyd: Cavs' winning ways could result in historic payroll next season

    CLEVELAND Winning is expensive. Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert is about to find out just how expensive in the coming weeks. Gilbert and the Cavs could set payroll records next season, including becoming the first $200 million team in NBA history. To his...
  • Sports roundup: 'Men in Green,' and more

    Sports roundup: 'Men in Green,' and more
    Men in Green by Michael Bamberger, Simon & Schuster, 263 pages, $27 This is the golf version of Roger Kahn's classic "The Boys of Summer" on the old Brooklyn Dodgers. Bamberger, long-time golf writer for Sports Illustrated, goes on a journey to find the...
  • Bianchi: FSU, UF need criminal 'fixers' like Monk Bonasorte, Huntley Johnson

    Bianchi: FSU, UF need criminal 'fixers' like Monk Bonasorte, Huntley Johnson
    Florida State University has two choices. Either fire Monk Bonasorte. Or give him a raise. I say give him a raise for doing his job and doing it well. His job, it seems, is to keep FSU football players in uniform and out of jail. Without...
  • Stevie Wonder, Cody Simpson, to open Special Olympics games

    Stevie Wonder, Cody Simpson and Avril Lavigne are some of the stars who will perform during next month's opening ceremony of the Special Olympics World Games, organizers announced Thursday. The July 25 ceremony will also feature appearances by actress...
  • Lauren Hill's courage, Hillary and Warriors: Letters

    Here's real courage I hope I didn't miss the issue of the Orlando Sentinel in which folks gave "attaboys" to columnist David Whitley for supporting Bob Costas' critique of ESPN's decision to give the Arthur Ashe Courage Award to Caitlyn Jenner. It's the...
  • Hope Solo? She Might Be A Mess, But She's America's Mess

    Hope Solo? She Might Be A Mess, But She's America's Mess
    Hope Solo has become the most important sports story of 2015. Solo is not, as many have claimed, the female Ray Rice or Ray Rice without the video. Despite her husband's assertion, she certainly isn't the victim of a witch-hunt. There is much to...
  • Ravens rookie tight end Maxx Williams making fast adjustment to NFL

    Ravens rookie tight end Maxx Williams making fast adjustment to NFL
    Maxx Williams displayed a flair for the dramatic in college, hauling in diving sideline catches, making one-handed receptions and hurdling defenders. The Ravens rookie tight end hasn’t needed to apply those methods so far in practice sessions...