Trades at this time of the season -- like the one that brought Jake Peavy to the Bay -- don't win pennants. That's why standing pat at the deadline may be L.A.'s best move. Mark Saxon »Dodgers sweep Giants »
The Lakers finally completed a three-month search for a new coach and agreed to terms with Byron Scott on a four-year, $17 million deal, sources said. Story »McMenamin: Scott is right choice »ESPN LA »
Led by three first-ballot selections, an exceptional six-member class gets its day to shine in Cooperstown. Gallery Honoring Atlanta's trio »Braves' World Series issue »Olney: Voting rule unfair More »
Twenty years after winning the first Brickyard 400, Jeff Gordon kissed the bricks for the fifth time Sunday. Was his win a prelude to a fifth Cup title? Ed Hinton » Back in Victory Lane » Kahne comes up short » Edwards leaving Roush
One week into NFL training camps, John Clayton has seen and gleaned plenty. Mailbag » NFL Nation » Clayton: Inside the Huddle NFL training camps Fantasy: Berry's manifesto »Sign up! Play free »
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: The Dodgers tagged Jake Peavy for three earned runs over six innings en route to defeating the Giants 4-3.
ESPN Panthers reporter David Newton discusses DE Greg Hardy's comments regarding his legal situation stemming from a May arrest for domestic violence.
ESPN's Antonio Pierce breaks down the Broncos' defensive additions, whether the Rams and Cardinals can make the playoffs, and whether the Panthers can repeat as NFC South champions.
The Braves scored six runs in the third inning en route to defeating the Padres 8-3.
Rapper/actor Nelly joins "SportsCenter" to talk about being part owner of the Hornets and working with Michael Jordan, Lance Stephenson, LeBron James and Michael Sam.
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