By Richard Deitsch
June 03, 2014
Ian Darke will call the World Cup opener, final and all of the U.S. national team's games.
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The moment preceding Landon Donovan's go-ahead goal against Algeria and Ian Darke's classic call.
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5c. The top 10 sports events on Twitter between Sept. 1, 2013 and May 25, 2014.

5d. SB Nation had a long profile of Vin Scully.

5e. Keith Olbermann had an interesting take on the Redskins team name.

5f Nice work by Fox Sports 1's Andy Roddick with his foundation.

5g. TNT's Charles Barkley on who will win the 2014 NBA Finals: "It's been amazing what the Spurs have accomplished. I didn't think they could come back from last year's Finals from a mental and physical standpoint. I think Miami is going to win the championship again. No disrespect to the Spurs. They have the best point guard, coach and fans in the NBA, but I just think Miami is going to win."

5h. Pretty cool World Cup mobile-friendly site here called Tap In.

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