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2024 Summer Olympics FAQ: Dates, locations, new sports, more
The 2024 Summer Games start this week in Paris. We have answers to your questions.[read more]

ACC to fight Clemson, FSU 'as long as it takes'
ACC commissioner Jim Phillips vigorously defended the league as questions have swirled about its long-term future after lawsuits by Clemson and Florida State.[read more]

Love won't practice without deal; Pack optimistic
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love will not practice until he and the team agree to a contract extension, general manager Brian Gutekunst said Monday.[read more]

'A difficult decision': Paxton DFA'd by Dodgers
James Paxton, a veteran starting pitcher who brought stability to a needy Los Angeles Dodgers rotation this season, was designated for assignment Monday, with manager Dave Roberts saying, "It was a difficult decision. He handled it like a pro."[read more]

WBD (TNT) to match Amazon offer for NBA rights
Warner Bros. Discovery on Monday said it will match the $1.8 billion per year offer by Amazon Prime Video to carry NBA games on Turner Sports.[read more]

Heat top Grizz in OT to win summer league title
Pelle Larsson broke a tie by scoring from the lane in overtime to give Miami a 120-118 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday and hand the Heat their first NBA summer league championship.[read more]

Witt falls 1B shy of cycle after being plunked
On a night when he was hit by a pitch, firing up his teammates, Bobby Witt Jr. fell a single short of the cycle and the surging Kansas City Royals defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 10-4 on Monday at home for their fourth straight victory.[read more]

LeBron continues dominance, U.S. edges Germany
LeBron James put on another display of dominance Monday night, leading the United States to a 92-88 victory over Germany in London, finishing with 20 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists against the current FIBA World Cup champion.[read more]

Hoyer: Cubs looking past 2024 at trade deadline
The Chicago Cubs are concentrating on their future beyond this season as the trade deadline approaches, president of baseball operations Jed Hoyer said Monday.[read more]

Fish cake fury: Game cancelled after VAR protest
The match in the Norwegian top flight between Rosenborg BK and Lillestrom was suspended on Sunday after fans showed their displeasure with the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) by throwing fish cakes onto the field.[read more]