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France midfielder Paul Pogba's World Cup Final goal in LEGO form.

ESPN found a clever way to show restricted highlights of the World Cup final — with LEGOs

With the television rights to the 2018 World Cup resting with Fox, ESPN had to get creative to showcase the highlights of a terrific World Cup final, so they turned to LEGOs.
ESPN's Tony Reali talking about the loss of his infant son on Around The Horn.

ESPN host Tony Reali gave a powerful speech about grief after the death of his infant son

In his first appearance back on "Around The Horn," ESPN host Tony Reali gave a powerful speech about grief and loss following the death of his infant son.

Jemele Hill’s mom called the White House because she was not happy with what they said about her daughter

ESPN's Jemele Hill revealed that her mom was so upset with comments made by President Donald Trump and others that she called the White House.
Charles Barkley has started more than his fair share of feuds throughout the NBA postseason, and his latest is a good-natured war of words with 74-year-old ESPN personality Papi Le Batard.

In latest Draymond Green twist, Charles Barkley threatened to punch 74-year-old ESPN personality Papi Le Batard in an amusing voicemail

Charles Barkley has started more than his fair share of feuds throughout the NBA postseason, and his latest is a good-natured war of words with 74-year-old ESPN personality Papi Le Batard.
The "Fox & Friends" morning team repeatedly referred to Jemele Hill, who still works at ESPN, as "unemployed" while discussing her recently being named Journalist of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists.

‘Fox & Friends’ rips Jemele Hill for winning journalism award while ‘unemployed’ even though she still works for ESPN

The "Fox & Friends" morning team repeatedly referred to Jemele Hill, who still works at ESPN, as "unemployed" while discussing her recently being named Journalist of the Year by the National Association of Black Journalists.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver.

Adam Silver explains why the NBA is far more liberal with sharing highlights on social media than other leagues

The NBA's willingness to make it's highlights readily available online is a big part of why the league is currently thriving, especially with younger viewers.

ESPN is increasing its online presence with new Twitter shows as it tries to keep up with the changing nature of media consumption

ESPN will even debut a Twitter version of its flagship "SportsCenter," as it tries to keep up with increasingly digital and web-centric nature of media and rebound from a difficult 2017.
Shaq holding a catfish in the "Inside the NBA" studio.

Shaq threw a dead catfish at Charles Barkley as the Nashville Predators’ celebration ritual spreads

Shaq terrorized Charles Barkley on the set of "Inside the NBA" by chasing him around the studio with a catfish as a part of a gag inspired by events at a recent Nashville Predators game.
Shaquille O'Neal used some questionable math while explaining to his "NBA on TNT" cohosts his strategy to save money on gas, leaving the crew howling with laughter.

Shaquille O’Neal baffled the ‘Inside the NBA’ crew while attempting to help Kenny Smith save money on gas

Shaquille O'Neal used some questionable math while explaining to his "Inside the NBA" cohosts his strategy to save money on gas, leaving the crew howling with laughter.

Sports radio legend Mike Francesa is under fire for forcing his way back into a job he retired from 4 months earlier

Many are criticizing Mike Francesa's return to WFAN because of his 19-month "farewell tour," how he treated others at the station, and for how he is seemingly backing out of a promise and forcing his way back in.