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French Open Hasn't Been Great For Americans In Paris

Host Scott Simon talks about the French Open with ESPN's Howard Bryant, who is at Roland Garros stadium.
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NBA's Twyman's Great Assist: Caring For Teammate

Former NBA star Jack Twyman has died at the age of 78. Twyman played for the Rochester and Cincinnati Royals in the 1950s and 60s. But it was his friendship and assistance to an injured teammate that earned him the most recognition.
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U.S. Soccer Teams Start Road To 2014 World Cup

Robert Siegel talks to sportswriter Stefan Fatsis the U.S. men's and women's soccer teams.
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Tournament Targets Invasive Snakehead Fish

Fishermen in Maryland are dealing with the invasive snakehead fish the only way they know how — organizing a competition to see who can catch the most and then cooking the lot of them.

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NBA's Spurs Make Waves With Winning Streak

The NBA conference finals are in full swing and are showcasing different styles of basketball. The San Antonio Spurs are playing a controlled, team-oriented game, while the Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder are pushing ahead with game plans that focus on individual skill and athletic power. Though, they have moments of teamwork too.
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Americans Don't Fare Well Early In French Open

David Greene checks in with John Wertheim of "Sport Illustrated for an update on the French Open. The big headline from week one is Serena Williams' first-round loss. That's the first time she has lost in the first round in a major tournament.

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