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1:05

Race and Sports in America: Steph talks prejudice

Warriors star Steph Curry talks candidly about miroaggressions and preconceived notions about successful Black men in Race and Sports in America: Conversations (Monday, July 13, 8 p.m. ET, NBCSN and Golf Channel).

11:36

Extended highlights: Wolves 3, Everton 0

Wolves raced past Everton as Raul Jimenez, Leander Dendoncker and Diogo Jota found the net in a clinical performance at Molineux.

IndyCar on NBC Sports

Dixon stays perfect at Road America

Scott Dixon remained undefeated this season in the NTT IndyCar Series, winning at Road America for his third consecutive victory to open 2020.

Premier League News

Wolves throttle sorry Everton

Wolverhampton Wanderers overran sleepy Everton at the Molineux to snap a two-game losing skid with a straight-forward 3-0 win on Sunday.

NHL News

NHL, players take collaborative approach in bid to resume

Nearly four months to the day since the last puck dropped, the two sides put aside past differences to have a return-to-play plan in place, and the assurance of labor peace through September 2026 to go with it.

NASCAR on NBC Sports

JJ 'smarter, stronger’ after COVID-19

Jimmie Johnson said he's "ready to go" after having two negative COVID-19 tests and being cleared by his doctor to race Sunday at Kentucky.

College Football News

Sankey: 'We are running out of time’

That conference is expected to make a decision on schedule later this month.

Tim Layden Essays

The Year of Uncertainty

Sports have always been more than a diversion, but amidst a pandemic, they will unfold in a different way than we’ve ever known, writes Tim Layden.

NBA News

Unknown long-term COVID effects have NBA execs concerned

Ultimately, doctors know little about the long-term impacts of the disease on the body because this strain is so young.

MLB News

Michael Kopech opts out of the season

Kopech last pitched in 2018, missing all of last season after undergoing Tommy John surgery.

Golf Channel

Justin Thomas leads young stars at Workday Charity Open

Justin Thomas leads the field at Muirfield Village heading into the final round of the Workday Charity Open.

Chris Simms Unbuttoned

4:57

Can Wilson make most of SEA offense?

Chris Simms and Big Phil break down the Seahawks' offense and passing game and how that reflects on Russell Wilson and Pete Carroll.

Lessons learned

FMIA guest writer and Bills owner Kim Pegula shares what she learned leading the Bills organization amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

College Basketball News

Zion's attorneys dispute $400K payment

According to the attorneys representing Zion Williamson's family, all of the evidence in the latest filing of the lawsuit is fake.