Sports

Hendrick extends 7-time Cup champ Johnson

10:51 AM ET Bob PockrassNASCAR Close • NASCAR writer for ESPN.com• 2009, 2013 NMPA Writer of the Year• More than 25 years experience covering motorsports BROOKLYN, Mich. -- Seven-time NASCAR Cup champion Jimmie Johnson has signed a contract extension to remain at Hendrick Motorsports through 2020. The

De’Aaron Fox joins ‘shut LaVar Ball up’ chorus

7:39 AM ET ESPN.com news services De'Aaron Fox, the likely NBA lottery pick from Kentucky, figures he should have been well-versed in LaVar Ball's act long before the rest of the nation's sports-minded public. Lonzo Ball continues to mull whether he will

Source: Ball could talk to other lottery teams

10:55 AM ET Lonzo Ball is still considering talking to teams that have lottery picks below the Los Angeles Lakers, a source close to the former UCLA Bruins star told ESPN. Ball will work out for the Lakers -- who have the

Fowler next in line to shed major-less title?

9:02 PM ET ERIN, Wis. -- Here's the problem with hype: It has an expiration date. At some point, it overstays its welcome, lingering in the air like month-old milk. Perhaps no young golfer in recent years has been more hyped than

Schlabach: Pitino, Louisville find new ways to fail in response to sex scandal

Jun 15, 2017 Rick Pitino struck a defiant pose Thursday in response to the punishment leveled by the NCAA for Louisville's sex-for-play scandal. Anyone expecting contrition from Pitino was mistaken. And his bosses are standing beside him, vowing to overturn the punishment

Superteam? Not so fast, says Warriors’ Durant

10:44 AM ET OAKLAND, Calif. -- On Wednesday during exit interviews, Kevin Durant dismissed the notion that the Golden State Warriors are constructed as a superteam. In making his point, he directed attention to the organization's drafting prowess and recruiting targets

Politics

Trump promises his Obamacare replacement plan will cover everybody, report says – CNNPolitics.com

Also, he will demand that drug companies negotiate directly with Medicare and Medicaid and lower their prices, saying they will no longer be "politically protected." Trump did not reveal any details of how he'd accomplish this daunting task, noting that he

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