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After missing the Tokyo Games, the U.S. will have a men’s 3x3 team at the Olympics for the first time – and the group is heading to Paris as potential contenders for gold.
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  • CIN Shortstop #44
    De La Cruz was at the epicenter of Cincinnati’s offensive production in this one, coming around to score on Jeimer Candelario’s first-inning sacrifice fly shortly after smacking a one-out triple off Braves starter Reynaldo López. He also delivered a two-out single and raced around the bases to score on Candelario’s third-inning double before drawing a walk and stealing his 49th base of the year a couple frames later. The 22-year-old speedster is the most electrifying hitter in the game at the moment and has a realistic shot at winding up somewhere in the neighborhood of 75 stolen bases.
  • CIN Starting Pitcher #21
    Greene kicked off the second half in style with a dominant performance on Monday night at Truist Park, limiting Atlanta’s struggling offense to just a pair of hits and three free passes over seven nearly-flawless frames. The hard-throwing 24-year-old All-Star right-hander generated 11 swinging strikes and allowed just four batted balls with an exit velocity over 95 mph. He’s been on a roll over the last few weeks, allowing just one run on seven hits with a 24/7 K/BB ratio across 20 innings of work (three starts) dating back to July 6. He’ll aim to keep the momentum going on Sunday when he squares off against the Rays in another road matchup.
  • NYM Shortstop #12
    Lindor took Marlins starter Yonny Chirinos deep for a fourth inning solo homer before capping off his second multi-homer performance of the year with a solo blast off reliever JT Chargois in the final frame. The 30-year-old fantasy stalwart has been sizzling hot over the last few weeks, batting .314 (38-for-121) with eighth homers, 22 RBI and nine stolen bases over his last 30 games. He’s up to 19 round-trippers and 20 thefts on the season, giving him a decent shot at reaching the lofty 30-homer, 30-steal plateaus for the second consecutive year. What more can fantasy managers ask for?
  • MIA Right Fielder #14
    De La Cruz was a one-man wrecking crew in this one, smacking a solo homer off Mets reliever José Butto in the seventh inning for his 17th big fly of the season, and also picked up his third steal of the year as well. The 27-year-old is heating up at the perfect time to inflate his trade value for Miami as he should have some appeal for contending rosters as a versatile outfielder capable of doing damage against left-handed pitching. However, according to multiple reports, the Marlins seem unlikely to move him at the upcoming trade deadline. We’ll see if a team is willing to offer enough prospect capital to change their minds.
  • NYM Relief Pitcher #39
    Díaz got the call to protect a three-run lead in the final frame at loanDepot park and immediately got into hot water by loading the bases with only one out. He managed to limit the damage to just a single run by coaxing a ground out from Josh Bell before getting Jake Burger to pop out to end it. The 30-year-old stopper hasn’t reverted to his previous lights-out form from previous seasons, but his return has helped stabilize New York’s shaky high-leverage mix. He’s converted five of six save chances since returning from the injured list back on July 6.
  • DET Starting Pitcher #29
    Skubal gave up 10 hits, but a second-inning run-scoring single from light-hitting backstop Austin Hedges represented the lone tally against him over seven frames. He was staked to a four-run lead by the second inning, and was able to cruise to his 11th victory of the year. He generated 15 swinging strikes and finished with a near-elite 35 percent CSW. There have been persistent rumors swirling around Skubal in the lead up to next week’s trade deadline, but it’s going to take an astronomical prospect haul to pry him away from Detroit. The 27-year-old southpaw holds a sparkling 2.34 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 146/22 K/BB ratio across 123 innings (20 starts) and finds himself in line to face the division-rival Twins on Saturday, barring something unforeseen.
  • LAD Designated Hitter #17
    Ohtani absolutely pulverized a 2-1 cutter from Kutter Crawford for a 473-foot (116.7-mph EV) solo shot in the fifth inning that increased the Dodgers’ lead to 6-2. It was the fifth and final home run that the Dodgers hit off of Crawford in the contest. Ohtani also walked and struck out in the ballgame, finishing the night 1-for-3. On the season, he’s slashing a ridiculous .315/.401/.638 with the aforementioned 30 long balls, 70 RBI and 23 stolen bases. Simply staggering offensive production across the board.
  • HOU Left Fielder #44
    Alvarez got the easiest leg of the cycle out of the way with a single in the first inning. He then crushed a 429-foot solo shot off of Bryan Woo in the fourth inning to get the Astros on the board. The 27-year-old slugger drove in the team’s second run with an RBI triple in the sixth inning that pulled them to within a run at 3-2. He then stepped up to the plate in the eighth and roped a double into the right field corner before racing around to score on an RBI knock off the bat of Chas McCormick. He becomes just the second member of the Astros in the past 10 years to hit for the cycle, joining Jose Altuve. On the season, Alvarez is now slashing .301/.385/.545 with 20 homers and 54 RBI.
  • ATL Second Baseman #1
    Snitker told reporters “It’s not good” when asked about Albies’ wrist after Sunday’s game. The 27-year-old second baseman sustained the injury as Michael Siani slid into his wrist on a stolen base attempt in the ninth inning. No word yet on how the Braves plan to replace Albies at second base, but Nacho Alvarez could be an option.
  • NYM Starting Pitcher #34
    Senga allowed five runs over three innings — all five in the fourth; an inning Senga didn’t record an out — in his final rehab start with Triple-A Syracuse. The results aren’t pleasant, but the important thing is he left the outing healthy and upped his pitch count. Senga has missed all of 2024 with his shoulder trouble, but is well worth a look and then some in fantasy formats.

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Though Aiyuk is set to report, he may elect not to participate in practice until his contract situation is resolved.
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2024 Paris Olympics
Here’s everything you need to know about the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Team USA star Gabby Thomas pressed past Dina Asher-Smith and Julien Alfred in the final stretch of the women’s 200m at the London Diamond League, taking the win with a time of 21.82 seconds.
Britain’s Keely Hodgkinson gave a standout performance in the women’s 800m at the London Diamond League, winning the race with a personal and national best time of 1:54.61.
Brazil’s Alison dos Santos dominated the field with a 47.18 time for the victory in the men’s 400m hurdles at the London Diamond League.
Jamaica’s Nickisha Pryce pulls away from the field for a 48.57 400m, the fastest time of the year, at the London Diamond League.

Rotoworld

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.
Lawrence Jackson breaks down the 2024 Jets from every angle, including the passing game, running game and win total.
George Bissell breaks down several young players set for expanded roles following next week’s trade deadline.
Patrick Daugherty breaks down the 2024 Giants from every angle, including the passing game, running game and win total.

Motor Sports

Tyler Reddick’s teammate, Bubba Wallace, moves into the top 10 this week.
NASCAR’s Elton Sawyer also went over the decision to end the Cup race at Indianapolis under caution.
Ricky Carmichael and Motorsports Hall of Famer Rick Johnson debate if people are asking too much of Hunter Lawrence with his recent struggles after a tough weekend at Washougal.
Kyle Larson on photo with Jeff Gordon after Indy win: “That’s something that I’ll probably hold onto for a very long time.”

Golf

Ryan Lavner writes that after his Open Championship victory, his second major of the year, Schauffele has a case for Player of the Year.
Carnevale, a former PGA Tour winner, had been calling tournaments for Sirius XM Radio.
There is a lot to play for over the final two weeks of the PGA Tour regular season.
How to watch this week’s golf including the 3M Open and The Senior Open.
Dunlap fired a 62 for a 19-point effort to win the Barracuda Championship on Sunday and match what Xander Schauffele did as a rookie in 2017.
Watch the best shots and moments from the final round of the Barracuda Championship at Old Greenwood in Truckee.

MLB

Christopher Crawford updates his list of the top fantasy prospects who can help fantasy teams in 2024 that are still in the minors.
Vaughn Dalzell breaks down why there is value in the Texas Rangers to make the AL Postseason.
Vaughn Dalzell shares why he sees value in the Pittsburgh Pirates to make the National League postseason.
More offense than you can shake a stick at!

NBA

The Dan Patrick crew discusses the auction for Kobe Bryant’s old locker, noting the current estimated price is over $1 million.
The Rotoworld basketball crew picks summer standouts and flops from the action in Las Vegas.
The foundation for this year’s growth had been laid on the court and in the league office.
After the Clippers trade Russell Westbrook to Utah, where he is expected to sign with the Nuggets later, the Dan Patrick Show looks back on the former MVP’s career and how the move to Denver could play out.

Betting

Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick look at the NFL Offensive Player of the Year betting market, analyzing why Baltimore Ravens running back Derrick Henry could be an underrated candidate.
Bet the Edge analyzes the chances of Deshaun Watson turning things around in his third year with the Cleveland Browns, debating whether the veteran quarterback has any upside left.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick evaluate the Baltimore Ravens 2024 schedule, explaining why the NFL did them no favors after finishing the 2023 season with the best record in the league.

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.
The Premier League summer transfer window is in full flow ahead of the 2024-25 season and there are plenty of big questions cropping up.

College Football

Four-star quarterback Landon Duckworth is set to visit UCF next weekend.
Media days are usually predictable affairs. Except when Lane Kiffin is involved.
Four-star Trey McNutt, the No. 20 player in the Rivals250, plans to announce his decision on Aug. 3.
Here are the latest commitment predictions for remaining 2025 prospects in the Northeast region, including Blake Woodby.

College Basketball

Four-star Miikka Muurinen is poised for a big jump in the Rivals150 ranking.
Five-star Ikenna Alozie is ranked No. 6 in the 2026 Rivals150.
It was business as usual for at Peach Jam for five-star Cameron Boozer.
Brownell received a new, five-year contract worth $20 million after leading the Tigers to the Elite Eight.

Local coverage

Here are some key dates, storylines, links and more as the Eagles begin their 2024 training camp.
Fred Warner sees Brandon Aiyuk’s contract situation as a good problem to have for 49ers.
The QB competition at Patriots training camp will be exciting.
Caleb Williams and the offense checked an important box on Day 3 of camp, but it was far from a perfect day for the rookie QB

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A look at young Premier League stars who are primed to carry their momentum from impressive national team performances into the upcoming season.
Here are some key records and more details on the history of the US Olympic men’s soccer team.
Here are some of the key records and full history of the USWNT at the Olympic games.
Which Premier League clubs are touring the United States for their 2024-25 preseason?
Hosts France and the USMNT square off in Marseille to open up Group A play at the 2024 Paris Olympics.