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ESPY Award 2014

ESPY Award 2014

An ESPY Award presented by the American cable television network ESPN to recognize individual and team athletic achievement and other sports-related performance during the calendar year preceding a given annual ceremony. The 2014 ESPY Awards, which were presented by ESPN, took place on Wednesday, July 16th at Nokia Theatre L.A. The Hollywood’s hottest stars came out for the event, including Maria Sharapova, Chris Brown, Jessica Alba, and more. The annual award show was all about honoring sports and athletic achievement, both on an individual and team basis. This year’s event was hosted by Canadian rapper Drake.
Stuart Scott Awarded 2014 Jimmy V Perseverance Award At ESPYs.

ESPY Award 2014 Winners
Category Winner Detail
Best Game Auburn vs. Alabama Iron Bowl
Best Championship Performance Kawhi Leonard Spurs (NBA Finals MVP)
Pat Tillman Award for Service Josh Sweeney USA Sled Hockey
Best Male College Athlete Doug McDermott Creighton basketball
Best Female College Athlete Breanna Stewart UConn basketball
Best NBA Player Kevin Durant Thunder
Best WNBA Player Maya Moore Lynx
Best NFL Player Peyton Manning Broncos
Best MLB Player Miguel Cabrera Tigers
Best Male Olympian Sage Kotsenburg Snowboarding
Best Female Olympian Jamie Anderson Snowboarding
Best NHL Athlete Sidney Crosby Penguins
Best MLS Athlete Tim Cahill Red Bulls
Best International Athlete Cristiano Ronaldo Football
Best Male Action Sports Athlete Nyjah Houston Skateboarding
Best Female Action Sports Athlete Jamie Anderson Snowboarding
Best Male Athlete with a Disability Declan Farmer USA Sled Hockey
Best Female Athlete with a Disability Jamie Whitmore Cycling
Best Male Tennis Player Rafael Nadal Tennis
Best Female Tennis Player Maria Sharapova Tennis
Best Male Golfer Bubba Watson Golf
Best Female Golfer Michelle Wie Golf
Best Driver Ryan Hunter-Reay IndyCar
Best Fighter Floyd Mayweather Jr. Boxing
Best Bowler Pete Weber Bowling
Best Jockey Victor Espinoza Horse Racing
Best Moment USA defeats Ghana Football
Best Upset Mercer over Duke NCAA tournament
Best Record Breaking Performance Peyton Manning Broncos
Best Coach/Manager Gregg Popovich Spurs
Best Male Athlete Kevin Durant Thunder
Best Female Athlete Ronda Rousey MMA
Best Play Chris Davis FG return Iron Bowl
Best Team Seattle Seahawks Iron Bowl
Best Comeback Russell Westbrook Thunder
Best Breakthrough Athlete Richard Sherman Seahawks

ESPY stands for Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly.

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