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Complete list of 2014 ESPY winners

Complete list of 2014 ESPY winners

BEST PLAY: Chris Davis accepts the award for best play at the ESPY Awards at the Nokia Theatre on Wednesday, July 16 in Los Angeles. Photo: Associated Press/John Shearer

Drake hosted a hilarious and star-studded ESPY Awards on Wednesday night. Here is a complete list of the winners:

Best Male Athlete
Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder

Best Female Athlete
Ronda Rousey, UFC

Best Moment
USA defeats Ghana, World Cup soccer

Best Team
Seattle Seahawks

Best Comeback Athlete
Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder

Best Breakthrough Athlete
Richard Sherman, Seattle Seahawks

Best Championship Performance
Kawhi Leonard, NBA Finals MVP

Best Game
Auburn vs Alabama, Iron Bowl

Best Upset
Mercer over Duke, Men’s NCAA Basketball

Best NFL Player
Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos

Best NBA Player
Kevin Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder

Best MLB Player
Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers

Best NHL Player
Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins

Best Driver
Ryan Hunter-Reay, IndyCar

Best Coach/Manager
Geno Auriemma, UConn Women’s Basketball

Best Fighter
Floyd Mayweather, Boxing

Best Bowler
Pete Weber

Best Jockey
Victor Espinoza

Best MLS Player
Tim Cahill, New York Red Bulls

Best Male U.S. Olympian
Sage Kotsenburg, Snowboarding

Best Female U.S. Olympian
Jamie Anderson, Snowboarding

Best International Athlete
Cristiano Ronaldo, Soccer

Best WNBA Player
Maya Moore, Minnesota Lynx

Best Male Golfer
Bubba Watson

Best Female Golfer
Michelle Wie

Best Male Tennis Player
Rafael Nadal

Best Female Tennis Player
Maria Sharapova

Best Male College Athlete
Doug McDermott, Creighton Basketball

Best Female College Athlete
Breanna Stewart, UConn Basketball

Best Male Athlete with a Disability
Declan Farmer, Sled Hockey

Best Female Athlete with a Disability
Jamie Whitmore, Cyclist

Best Male Action Sports Athlete
Nyjah Huston, Skateboarding

Best Female Action Sports Athlete
Jamie Anderson, Snowboarding

Best Play
Chris Davis, Auburn Field Goal Return

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