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The Lakers finally completed a three-month search for a new coach and agreed to terms with Byron Scott on a four-year, $17 million deal, sources said. Story »McMenamin: Scott is right choice »ESPN LA »
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Charlie White uses his own skin to pay homage to the Redskins. RG III's signature will soon become one of 22 "signed" tattoos on the 41-year-old fan's arm. Watch Sign here! Fan plans to ink all starters »
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: The Dodgers tagged Jake Peavy for three earned runs over six innings en route to defeating the Giants 4-3.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson sits down with Kenny Mayne to discuss wearing his Super Bowl ring, staying competitive and talking with Marshawn Lynch.
Jeff Gordon sits down with Marty Smith to discuss winning the Brickyard 400.
Sal Paolantonio reports from Eagles training camp, where RB LeSean McCoy and LB Trent Cole got into a fight during Day 2.
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