- L.A., S. Florida, Atlanta awarded Super Bowls
- Bills GM: Humans not supposed to play football
- TNT's Sager to receive Jimmy V award at ESPYS
- Mutombo denies he let Biyombo use finger wag
The Warriors worry that their emotional leader has no margin for error, but Draymond Green, after escaping suspension for his low blow, plans to feed off boos in Game 4 in Oklahoma City.
The Cubs have piled on the runs over the Cardinals on ESPN and WatchESPN.
The Los Angeles Sparks look to go to 4-0 and remain unbeaten on the season. Watch live on ESPN2 and WatchESPN.
What do you really know about Russell Westbrook? Royce Young has 39 little-known facts on the most interesting man in the NBA.
The 2019, 2020 and 2021 Super Bowls were awarded to Atlanta, South Florida and Los Angeles in voting by NFL owners on Tuesday.
Bills GM Doug Whaley said football is "a violent game that I personally don't think humans are supposed to play" in response to a question about Sammy Watkins' injury history.
Turner Sports reporter Craig Sager has been selected to receive the Jimmy V Perseverance Award at the ESPYS in July.
Dikembe Mutombo denied giving Bismack Biyombo permission to use his signature finger-wag celebration, telling TMZ, "I don't know when that conversation took place. Him and I need to talk."
Goalie changes and guarantees are all the buzz as Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay collide in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals, which the Lightning can close out with a win on home ice.
If the Lightning win Game 6, they will earn their second consecutive appearance in the Stanley Cup finals, an accomplishment only a few very talented teams have achieved.
Lately, teams have celebrated by raising a conference championship trophy less often than they did in the past. Check out the history of this custom.
In his first public practice of the offseason, Packers running back Eddie Lacy put his remade body on display Tuesday and said: "I think I look good."
Ravens offensive lineman Eugene Monroe is calling on the NFL and the union to end its ban on marijuana, saying the drug is a safer alternative to addictive opioids for players to deal with pain.
Denver Broncos QB Mark Sanchez did not take a snap from center Tuesday but did work with the starters, throwing from the pocket and on the move.
Alabama-USC, Oklahoma-Houston and LSU-Wisconsin at Lambeau Field are highlights of a memorable lineup -- part of a new trend toward a stronger Week 1 slate.
It might be awkward and unprecedented, but PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem should be transparent about how Phil Mickelson is disciplined for associating with a known gambler, Bob Harig writes.
On the other side of Chicago, Chris Sale is 9-0 and better than ever. But to go from the best starter on a bad team to a Cy Young candidate on a contender, he had to change his entire mindset.
Lee "Faker" Sang-hyeok has no equal in the world of League of Legends. How well did he do in his first three years compared with legends such as LeBron James, Tigers Woods and Lionel Messi?
For the first time as Cavaliers head coach, Tyronn Lue looked like a rookie. But don't expect those miscues to follow him into a critical Game 5.
You might think he has done it all but, writes Michael Cox, there is one thing that Cristiano Ronaldo has yet to achieve in his magnificent career.
Buster Olney explains why the Yanks should trade veteran Carlos Beltran and examines his trade market, details Giancarlo Stanton's struggles and more.
Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell said Tuesday that the Bengals and other teams were targeting him last season and trying "to take me out of the game."
The Pittsburgh Pirates have placed pitcher Ryan Vogelsong on the 15-day disabled list with facial fractures, one day after he was hit in the head with a pitch.
BMX pioneer Dave Mirra is the first action sports athlete to be diagnosed with CTE. In an exclusive interview, his wife, Lauren Mirra, speaks about his diagnosis, his last weeks and his legacy.
A University of Toronto doctor concluded that BMX legend Dave Mirra suffered from the same chronic brain damage that has afflicted football players. "I couldn't tell the difference," she says.
Former Vanderbilt quarterback Jordan Rodgers, the brother of Packers star Aaron Rodgers, is the early front-runner on the new season of "The Bachelorette."
Danica Patrick made some fond memories in the Indy 500, but focused now on her NASCAR career, she's not thinking of going back to make new ones.
"Los que estamos aquí somos gente comprometida y Gio y Vela son gente que tal vez no necesitan esta oportunidad", declaró el defensor del Atlas.
In honor of TNT's Craig Sager being announced as the recipient of the Jimmy V Perseverance Award at the 2016 ESPY Awards, look back at NBA coaches and stars paying respect to Sager and disdain to his wardrobe.
Penguins with a 1-0 lead after first period. Shots: Pittsburgh 14, Tampa 4.
Nice play by Phil Kessel to get enough wood on a bouncing Sidney Crosby pass to sneak it past Andrei Vasilevskiy to make it 1-0 on PP.
Pittsburgh capitalizes and scores on the two-man advantage for a 1-0 lead with 1:14 remaining in the first period.
The OKC crowd boos as Draymond Green is shown on the arena big screens. He looks up at the screens, smiles and waves.
TNT reporter Craig Sager will be awarded the Jimmy V Perseverance Award at the 2016 ESPY Awards in July. Sager shares what the award means to him as he has battled leukemia for the past few years.
Cardinals shortstop Aledmys Díaz makes a nice one-handed backwards catch to start the double play in the top of the second inning against the Cubs. (Live on ESPN, WatchESPN)
It's quieter than usual around Curry's pregame ritual. Fans aren't allowed as early here as in some other arenas
NBA commissioner Adam Silver says "it was a close call" in regards to not handing Draymond Green a suspension for kicking Steven Adams in Game 3 of the Western Conference finals.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver joins SportsCenter to recall the incident where he left Warriors guard Stephen Curry hanging during his MVP presentation.
Steph Curry goes 5-of-8 from the halfcourt logo during tonight's ridiculously long-range portion of his warmup show.
Ready for Game 6 of Eastern Conference finals between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Pittsburgh Penguins at Amalie Arena. If Tampa wins, they return to the Stanley Cup finals for the second consecutive season. If the Penguins win, Game 7 will be Thursday in Pittsburgh.
Notice the little kick at the end of Draymond Green's jumpers?
Lightning coach Jon Cooper talks about the importance of having two quality goaltenders on your roster.
Despite losing six of their last eight games, the Cubs (29-14) still have the best record in baseball as they look to get back in the win column when they take on Michael Wacha and the Cardinals. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN
Draymond Green enters Chesapeake Energy Arena, one of few peaceful moments he'll have in this building tonight.
Steph Curry's arrival for Game 4:
Nigel Hayes is returning to Wisconsin. He said in a text: "It was better to work on the skills I would need a year in the NBA a year in advance, rather than three months prior. As a byproduct of that, next year I presume my stock will be higher as well." Hayes' return will likely make the Badgers a top 15 team and a Big Ten title contender after reaching the Sweet 16 under new coach Greg Gard.
Gareth Bale spoke ahead of Real Madrid's UCL final about the influence Zinedine Zidane has had since taking over in January.
Six-year-old Akash Vukoti is in this year's Scripps National Spelling Bee and would like you to tune in Thursday on ESPN and ESPN2.
Steven Adams doesn't put quite as much creative effort into picking his outfits as Russell Westbrook does.
What's Russell Westbrook wearing? Overalls rolled up at the bottom, a short-sleeve button-up shirt and a funky fedora.