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LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers clean up at ESPYS
The NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers kept their winning streak alive by picking up several awards at the 2016 ESPYS. LeBron James was named the best male athlete and also awarded the ESPY for best championship performance for helping to navigate the Cleveland Cavaliers to the franchise's first
ESPYS 2016: Complete Winners List
The ESPYS 2016 honor the best athletic performances from the previous season, and the competition this year is steep. Steph Curry is up for four awards, LeBron James has been nominated for three, and Breanna Stewart, Elena Delle Donne, Bryce and Cam Newton all earned two nods. ABC News will update
Stephen Curry, Jake Arrieta collect first awards at ESPYS
The first award of the 2016 ESPYS was given to Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry for best record-breaking performance. The reigning two-time NBA MVP, Curry broke his own record for most made 3-pointers in a season as the Warriors went on to win an NBA-record 73 regular season games. "We had
ESPY Host John Cena So Nervous He’s ‘Already Sweat Through 2 Suits’
WWE superstar John Cena , who will host the 2016 ESPY Awards next month, is so nervous about the big new role that he has “already sweat through two suits,” he said today. “I’m just trying to make it through,” Cena joked on “ Good Morning America ” of his expected opening monologue. “ESPN is taking
ESPYs 2016: Special Award and WWE Star John Cena Live on 'GMA'
The pro wrestler reveals his secret talent and takes viewer questions live in Times Square.
Lions' Calvin Johnson joins these stars in taking early retirement
Calvin Johnson , the prolific Detroit Lions wide receiver whose amazing size and strength led a teammate to tag him with the comic-book name "Megatron" early in his career, announced Tuesday that he was retiring after nine prolific NFL seasons. This though he just earned his sixth consecutive Pro
Several Killed, Dozens Injured in Kansas Shootings
An employee at Excel Industries opened fire at the business Thursday, Harvey County sheriff said.
Veteran Wins Super Bowl Surprise of a Lifetime
Pat Tillman was an NFL player who left the league to join the Army and was killed by friendly fire. Service, learning and action were all principles he lived by and in the 12 years since his death, more than 400 military veterans have benefited from those principles by receiving academic
Inspirational Veteran Wins Super Bowl Surprise of a Lifetime
Reagan Odhner served two tours of duty in Afghanistan only to return and be diagnosed with stage 2 Hodgkin's lymphoma.