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Cyclists embark on a 189km flat journey from Gruissan to Nîmes in Stage 16 of the 2024 Tour de France. Watch on Peacock.
Tiger and Phil practiced side by side Tuesday and it made for some great analysis by the “Live From” team.

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  • LAD Left Fielder #37
    Witt came up just a few feet short on his final swing of going to a swing off. MLB’s new format tonight helped prevent any standout performances by adding a clock and a pitch limit, and Alec Bohm’s 21-homer showing as the very first batter in the first round actually ended up as the biggest number of the night. Still, it made for a close competition, and everything was very much in doubt until the very end. Hernández barely survived the semis after Bohm faltered on his final few swings and then edged Witt in the shorter final round.
  • COL Third Baseman
    Condon put up spectacular numbers in his two seasons with the Bulldogs, and finished 2024 with 37 homers and a 1.565 OPS that was buoyed by a 1.009 slugging percentage. Obviously the power is the calling card for the 21-year-old -- he turns 22 in April -- but he does have the swing to suggest he can hit for average as well without a huge amount of swing-and-miss in his profile. He won’t provide many stolen bases, but whether he ends up at third, a corner-outfield spot or even first base, he’s an absolute must-have in fantasy formats, especially with the added benefit of his new home park.
  • CIN Starting Pitcher
    Burns was considered one of the top prep prospects in the 2021 draft but chose to go the college route, and after two solid seasons at Tennessee, he blossomed at Wake Forest in his junior campaign with a 2.70 ERA and a whopping 191 strikeouts over 100 2/3 innings in his 16 starts. His arsenal is impressive; starting with a fastball that can get up to 102 mph and quite often finishing with a wipeout slider that might be the best pitch of any player in the class. Between those two pitches is an above-average change and a quality curve, and while he’s not a control artist, he should throw enough strikes to be a starter. Burns has a nice combination of floor and ceiling, and it’s not hard to see him becoming a fantasy ace someday.
  • CLE Second Baseman
    Not a huge surprise. A product of Australia, made an immediate impact at Oregon State and finished his junior campaign with a slash of .407/.568/.911 with 28 homers and 16 stolen bases. The left-handed hitting second baseman can make hard contact to all parts of the field with many believing he can finish with a 70-grade (on the 20-80 scouting scale) hit tool, and there’s above-average power and plus speed for good measure. He’s not considered a great defender, but he should be able to stick at second base and obviously the bat will play there. Bazzana has the talent to help in all categories, and he could be playing in the majors by this point next year.
  • NYY Relief Pitcher #35
    Who else is dizzy right now? After entering the bottom of the ninth with a 5-3 lead, Holmes allowed a leadoff single to Kyle Stowers and went on to load the bases with walks to Ryan O’Hearn and Adley Rutschman before an error from Anthony Volpe allowed a run to score. Cedric Mullins then poked a ball to left field, which landed over the head of Alex Verdugo after he stumbled. Given the stakes, it’s hard to think of a more demoralizing loss. The Yankees will have a few days to dwell on the lost opportunity during the All-Star break. This wasn’t all Holmes’ fault, but he’s not exactly in the circle of trust right now.
  • BAL Shortstop #2
    Henderson took Carlos Rodon deep for a two-run shot in the third inning. With that blast, he’s already equaled his home run total from his entire rookie season. It’s scary to think about what his ceiling could be. Next up for Henderson is an appointment in the Home Run Derby on Monday in Arlington, Texas.
  • NYM Starting Pitcher #34
    Senga threw 66 pitches, allowing two hits and two walks while striking out three. The next step hasn’t been decided, but it’s possible the Mets could deem him ready for his season debut coming out of the All-Star break. The club will move to a six-man rotation upon his return.
  • MIN Shortstop #4
    The issue was confirmed after going for an MRI. Correa dealt with plantar fasciitis in his left foot last season, but this current issue isn’t believed to be as severe. The All-Star break comes at a good time for him.
  • LAD Starting Pitcher
    His exact debut isn’t yet known, but he’s expected to join a rotation that is in tatters due to a host of injuries. The 25-year-old Ryan has had some injuries issues of his own this season, missing two months with a shoulder issue, but he’s put up a strong 2.21 ERA and 27/7 K/BB ratio in seven appearances since returning to action, including five starts in Triple-A. Ryan has emerged as one of the Dodgers’ best prospects, but he’s a bit of a wild card for fantasy purposes. Still, he appears to be worth a stash at the moment.
  • ARI Center Fielder #7
    Carroll is attempting to wrap up a disastrous first half on a high note with his first multi-homer performance since June 9, 2023. He plated an early run with a second-inning sacrifice fly before walloping a three-run homer in the seventh inning and launching a two-run blast in the ensuing frame. The 23-year-old fantasy star, who put together a 25-homer, 54-steal campaign last year in his full-season debut, has just five round-trippers and 18 steals in 93 games leading into next week’s All-Star break. Fantasy managers have been waiting on the power breakthrough from Carroll for months at this juncture, so hopefully this is the type of game that will get him back on track entering the second half.


Tiger eager for 'challenges' posed by Royal Troon
Tiger Woods speaks with the media ahead of The Open, explaining why his body has "felt better" thanks to improved training and how he's preparing for conditions at Royal Troon Golf Club.

NBC Sports Podcasts


Many are asking (well, some . . . well, two or three) about the current whereabouts of the #PFTPM podcast.
Linebacker Devin White joining the Eagles was not the club’s most high-profile signing of the offseason.
It looks like Patriots wide receiver Kayshon Boutte’s second NFL season will get underway without criminal charges hanging over his head.
If Tee Higgins plays for the Bengals beyond 2024, he’ll become the unprecedented exception for the Bengals.
The 152nd Open
After Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson warmed up next to each other at Royal Troon Golf Club, Live From explains why seeing them side by side is a reminder of pro golf’s “fragile” state.
Tiger Woods speaks with the media ahead of The Open, explaining why his body has “felt better” thanks to improved training and how he’s preparing for conditions at Royal Troon Golf Club.
Fresh off his U.S. Open victory, Bryson DeChambeau details his gameplan for The Open, his appreciation for fans, and why he’s excited for the challenges of links golf at Royal Troon.
Johnson Wagner explains how golfers could play the par-5 sixth at Royal Troon, which is the longest hole at the 2024 Open Championship.
Brian Harman hosts Todd Lewis to his home in Georgia and reveals the connection between bowhunting and his victory at the 2023 Open Championship.
Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner react to Tiger Wood’s and Bryson DeChambeau’s press conferences at Royal Troon, examining U.S. Ryder Cup captaincy news, DeChambeau’s plan of attack and more.
How to watch The Open Championship on NBC, USA Network, Peacock and Golf Channel.
Countdown to Paris 2024
Here’s everything you need to know about the 2024 Paris Olympics.
The 2024 U.S. Olympic team roster of athletes updated as they qualify.
Gretchen Walsh is slated to swim three individual events at her first Olympics in Paris.
Dennis Schröder and brothers Franz and Moritz Wagner headline Germany’s Olympic men’s basketball team.
Canada returns to Olympic men’s basketball for the first time since 2000.
The Monaco Diamond League track and field meet airs live on Peacock on Friday.


Follow along for the latest updates and information from baseball’s Midsummer Classic.
Get ready for the 2024 season and another year of fantasy football action as our writers preview every squad’s offensive outlook, win totals and more.
Aditya Fuldeore breaks down the outlook for the 2024 Dolphins, including the passing game, running game, and win total.
Nick Shlain breaks down the 2024 MLB Home Run Derby.

Motor Sports

Several drivers behind Tyler Reddick change spots in this week’s top 10.
Chance Hymas was unable to complete the second moto due to the injury, but hopes to race at Washougal.
Five races remain in the regular season, including Sunday’s race at Indianapolis on NBC.


Woods sent McIlroy a text a week after his U.S. Open loss but McIlroy had changed his phone number.
Tiger and Phil practiced side by side Tuesday and it made for some great analysis by the “Live From” team.
Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner react to Tiger Wood’s and Bryson DeChambeau’s press conferences at Royal Troon, examining U.S. Ryder Cup captaincy news, DeChambeau’s plan of attack and more.
How to watch The Open Championship on NBC, USA Network, Peacock and Golf Channel.
Fresh off his U.S. Open victory, Bryson DeChambeau details his gameplan for The Open, his appreciation for fans, and why he’s excited for the challenges of links golf at Royal Troon.
Here are the tee times and groupings for the first round of the Open Championship.


Lawrence Butler may not be a key fantasy piece this year, but when the Athletics move from Oakland to Sacramento next year, that could change -- giving him some appeal in dynasty leagues.
Debuting in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ rotation after the All-Star Break, River Ryan is someone whose strikeout stuff and projection gives him some solid upside in fantasy baseball.
Flamethrowing reliever Ben Joyce is well worth a stash on your fantasy baseball roster, because a trade of Los Angeles Angels teammate Carlos Estévez could significantly boost his fantasy value as the team’s next closer.
Eric Samulski and Scott Pianowski discuss whether fantasy managers should consider picking players like Lawrence Butler and Michael Toglia off waivers to improve their teams in the second half of the season.


With the Olympic break approaching, how should managers adjust their lineups?
The USA led by around 20 for much of the game but took its foot off the gas and had to hang on at the end.
The Rotoworld NBA crew breaks down early power rankings post free agency.
Reports a few months ago said if Donovan Mitchell re-signed in Cleveland Garland’s agent may have asked for a trade.


Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick reflect on one of the most “unlikely” Wimbledon finals between Barbora Krejčíková and Jasmine Paolini, as well as the ever-changing betting markets.
Drew Dinsick explains why he’s down on Rory McIlroy and the top betting favorites at price in The Open this weekend at Royal Troon.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick break down what it would take for Pittsburgh Pirates rookie phenom Paul Skenes to win National League Cy Young over competitors like Chris Sale and Zack Wheeler, despite a lesser workload.

Premier League

The fixtures for the 2024-25 Premier League season have been released.
The men’s soccer competition at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games promises emerging young talent and familiar overage stars, and Premier League players fit into both of those categories as the 2024 Olympics.
Fans will get to see Arsenal versus Manchester United in Los Angeles, Aston Villa visiting Borussia Dortmund, and Premier League champions Manchester City against Barcelona and AC Milan.
Enjoy our guesses — both pragmatic and wild — as we look to what could happen for each of 20 Premier League clubs before the transfer window closes at the end of August.

College Football

Lincoln Riley and the USC Trojans have come into Texas once again to grab a blue-chip prospect.
New Oregon quarterback Dillon Gabriel has passed for more than 3,500 yards in three of his five college seasons.
Five-star quarterback Ryder Lyons will be visiting several SEC programs later this month.
More from elite 4-star WR Caleb Cunningham

College Basketball

Outside of Cooper Flagg, Rob Cassidy thinks that V.J. Edgecombe will makes the biggest freshman impact in 2024-25.
College athletes whose efforts primarily benefit their schools may qualify as employees deserving of pay under federal wage-and-hour laws, a U.S. appeals court ruled Thursday in a setback to the NCAA.
The Indiana capital and NCAA home was previously chosen in 2018 to host the men’s Division I Final Four for the ninth time from April 4-6, 2026, at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Five-star Cooper Flagg made waves this week at a USA Basketball scrimmage.

Local coverage

After their loss to the Pirates on Sunday, the White Sox now hold the record for most games lost before the All-Star Break in MLB history.
Brock Purdy left off ESPN top-10 QB list after leading the NFL in passer rating last season.
“Expect him to crush low-minor pitching and quickly climb top prospect lists.”
Following an unexpected collapse in 2023, the Eagles look to get back on track as they prepare for the upcoming 2024 season.


Details of all of the ins and outs at all 20 Premier League clubs ahead of the 2024-25 season.
A quarter of the league is having its rookies report to training camp today.
Giants quarterback Daniel Jones said that he’s “doing pretty much everything” as he works through the final stages of his rehab from last season’s torn ACL and one of his wideouts said that his return to action has gone smoothly.
“As a proud Englishman, it has been the honour of my life to play for England and to manage England,” Southgate wrote in a statement.
Defensive end Malik Fisher played in the UFL this year and now he’ll be trying for a spot in the NFL.