- 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: Biyombo doesn't need OK to 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.
Evgeni Malkin's guarantee came through as Pittsburgh staved off elimination in the Eastern Conference finals against Tampa Bay.
Andrew Cashner and Jeff Samardzija are facing off in Game 2 of the series. Watch live on ESPN 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.
Bismack Biyombo may not have gotten permission from Dikembe Mutombo to use his signature finger-wag celebration, but Mutombo says the Raptors center "really doesn't need it."
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.
Steph Curry and Draymond Green are combined 6-of-25 from floor and have 6 turnovers each. They're melting while OKC MVP candidates shine.
That should about do it. Curry with another missed layup, followed by a Roberson dunk. 107-89 OKC at the half point of the 4th
Steph Curry sits to start the fourth quarter. He's 4-of-17 from the floor with five turnovers.
Warriors trail by 12 entering the 4th. They'd be in a much better spot if Steph Curry (4-of-17) was anywhere near his old form
Sidney Crosby scooped up the puck outside the zone and blew past multiple Lightning defenders to score a superb goal and help the Penguins force a Game 7.
Josh Donaldson couldn't reach that foul ball, but an ambitious fan got to it, even if it meant falling between the tarp and the wall.
Klay picks up his 4th foul after powering the Warriors back in this. 82-74 OKC
Make that 19 straight Golden State points for Klay Thompson.
Klay Thompson is suddenly cooking. He has 10 points in the first 4:04 of the third quarter. He had only four points in the first half.
Jackie Bradley Jr. doubles in the second inning to extend his hitting streak to 28 games, which puts him at the halfway mark to equal Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak.
That's not how you use a baseball glove.
Cubs pitcher Justin Grimm made this look way too easy.
Westbrook answered a Curry 3 to end the half, as the Thunder go in up 72-53. Another impressive 24 minutes from OKC, forcing a ton of misses and turnovers. Westbrook has 21-5-9, Durant with 18, but it's been Serge Ibaka with 15 big points and some inspired energy.
OKC leads 72-53 at the half. Westbrook 3 at the close added some emphasis to a dominating performance
Good news for Golden State: Steph Curry hit his last three shots. Bad news: Too much to list.
All this athleticism. All this length. Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and the rest of the OKC Thunder have never looked more freight-trainy
Question of the Night: Why would Kevin Durant ever leave the most athletic team in the league?
Oh boy. With 25.6 seconds left in 2nd Sidney Crosby beats Ondrej Palat, Anton Stralman and slips one home five-hole to make it 3-0.