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  1. Placido Domingo to Sing Before World Cup Final

    7:42 am 6/12/2014

    The classic music star will precede the final match for the sixth time.Read more

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  2. Soccer Governing Body Warns Piracy Sites Ahead of World Cup Kickoff

    4:24 am 6/12/2014

    World Cup organizers FIFA has sent out advance warnings to streaming sites telling them to monitor and remove "any and all" unauthorized streams of soccer games during the 2014 tournament in Brazil.Read more

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  3. L.A. Kings Beat the New York Rangers to Win the Stanley Cup

    8:41 pm 6/11/2014

    It was a night of celebration for Kings fans as they won Game 5 in Los Angeles on Friday to complete a 4-1 series domination of the Rangers. Read more

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  4. 2014 FIFA World Cup: Full TV Schedule

    3:46 pm 6/11/2014

    ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC will combine to air all 64 matches of the tournament live from June 12 to July 13, beginning with the opening match between Brazil and Croatia on Thursday. Read more

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  5. Why the World Cup TV Revenue Is Not as High as It Could Be

    5:00 am 6/11/2014

    UPDATED: Revenue from the world’s biggest sports event lags, as Euro market rules could prompt FIFA to seek big pay television pacts.Read more

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  6. NBA Commissioner on Donald Sterling's Latest Rant: 'I Have No Idea What He's Talking About'

    8:29 pm 6/10/2014

    Adam Silver told ESPN's Sage Steele during game 3 between the Spurs and the Heat that "the league is going to allow this dispute between Donald and Shelly Sterling to play out."Read more

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  7. World Cup Advertisers Use Music to Unite Soccer Fans

    6:54 pm 6/10/2014

    Companies such as Coca-Cola and Beats by Dre are teaming up with global artists to promote their brands on sports' biggest stage. Read more

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  8. Hollywood's Biggest Hockey Fans on Superstitions, Good Luck Charms, Stanley Cup Predictions

    2:12 pm 6/10/2014

    As the L.A. Kings and New York Rangers battle it out on the ice, Susan Sarandon, Jason Reitman, Colin Hanks and other famous NHL fans tell THR about their game-time traditions -- and leaving an Oscar in the locker room!Read more

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