- Pelicans' Dejean-Jones dies from gunshot wound
- Real win Champions League on penalties
- Syndergaard ejected for throwing behind Utley
- DeRozan refutes LA buzz, eyes return to Raptors
Russell Westbrook smirked at the idea that Steph Curry's defense is underrated. Could Russ be wrong? Kevin Pelton has the facts on whether the two-time MVP really is a strong defender -- or not.
Pelicans guard Bryce Dejean-Jones has died at 23 of a gunshot wound to the abdomen after police said he broke down the door to a Dallas apartment.
Real Madrid earned Europe's biggest club trophy for a record 11th time after defeating Atletico Madrid 5-3 on penalties in the Champions League final.
An early goal affected both sides' game plans and led to a compelling match, from which Real Madrid emerged as narrow winners, writes Gab Marcotti.
Andy Murray, who survived two five-setters, and Serena Williams are the overwhelming players of the week at the French Open. As for the biggest disappointment? Poor Rafa.
Mets ace Noah Syndergaard was tossed in the third inning Saturday after buzzing a 99 mph fastball behind Chase Utley, much reviled at Citi Field since his controversial slide in last year's NLDS.
El Tri continue to impress under Juan Carlos Osorio, beating Paraguay 1-0 in Atlanta on Saturday, writes Tom Marshall.
After surgery, scandal and a change in approach, can Yu Darvish still be the king of K's?
The eight super-regional site winners will advance to the Women's College World Series. Follow the action on ESPN/WatchESPN.
DeMar DeRozan expressed a desire to stay with the Toronto Raptors one day after his team was eliminated from the playoffs.
Stefan Wilson wanted to be like his brother. He'll make his first Indy 500 start Sunday not only to honor Justin Wilson's memory after his death at Pocono, but also for an even bigger cause.
NASCAR salutes troops at nearly every event throughout the season, but the events to honor the military surrounding the Memorial Day Weekend Coca-Cola 600 are special to drivers and fans.
Salvador Perez appears to have dodged a major injury; manager Ned Yost said his catcher suffered a quad contusion after colliding with Royals 3B Cheslor Cuthbert.
The Mets have alerted Major League Baseball to the Dodgers' use of electronic technology in an effort to prepare their players for proper defensive positioning.
When things got tight against Kristina Mladenovic on Saturday at the French Open, Serena Williams went from sluggish to fierce.
Ten years after Bill Russell marveled at the talent of a young LeBron James, the Cavs superstar matched one of the Celtics legend's amazing feats.
Should the Raptors max out DeMar DeRozan or let him go? Is it time for big moves to get Toronto to the next level? Our NBA Insiders go 5-on-5 on the future of the Raptors.
Even if Marshawn Lynch did decide to end his retirement after just four months, it's unlikely he'd fit in the Seahawks' financial plan for 2016.
The Cowboys are likely to lean heavily on one running back, and this year's No. 4 overall draft pick, Ezekiel Elliott, will be that back.
A revelation at the Pro Bowl set Jameis Winston on a path to revamp his diet, transform his body and eliminate any excuses as he tries to build on a record-setting rookie season.
We asked boxing trainer and ESPN analyst Teddy Atlas to create a plan for Conor McGregor just in case a fight against Floyd Mayweather ever happens.
Cleveland's transcendent star savored the moment as the Cavaliers eliminated the Raptors in six games, earning their second straight trip to the NBA Finals.
Louisville star outfielder Corey Ray could go as high as No. 2 -- or he could fall out of the top 10. Is Florida lefty A.J. Puk still the front-runner to be taken No. 1 by the Phillies?
Some big names -- Michael Pineda, Dallas Keuchel, Matt Harvey -- have gotten off to slow starts, but improvement this season will come only to a few.
DaMarcus Beasley scored as the Houston Dynamo managed a draw in the first game without coach Owen Coyle, 1-1 at the Vancouver Whitecaps.
They still gather at the gravesite of Ray Harroun, the first winner of the Indy 500 in 1911. They will gather Sunday at "The Speedway" for the 100th running in numbers rarely, if ever, seen.
Buster Olney focuses on the 28-19 Pirates, laying out an apt analogy for the perception of the NL Central and what Pittsburgh is capable of.
The summer split is upon us, and each major region has that one player you should be watching. Adel Chouadria points them out.
Thirty years ago, Steve Smith became hockey's Bill Buckner when his infamous gaffe cost the Oilers a chance at a Cup. Now he's helping other young defensemen weather the ups and downs in the NHL.
A matchup that features speed and plenty of star power could turn on which team shuts down the other's top dogs. Can the Penguins contain San Jose's Joes? Will the Sharks shut down Sid and Geno?
Teams have started their offseason programs, but a handful of notable players remain unemployed. John Clayton ranks his top 15 NFL free agents.
The Public Editor takes questions for Connor Schell, ESPN's senior vice president and executive producer of ESPN Films and original content.
Cristiano Ronaldo, el héroe del Real Madrid en la tanda de penales que ganaron los merengues por 5-3 tras empatar 1-1 en el tiempo reglamentario y tiempos extras.
The Thunder outscored the Warriors 80-46 in the second quarters of the previous two games in OKC.
The Warriors shot 4-of-15 (26.7 percent) on 2-point attempts in the first quarter.
Kevin Durant has come out trying maybe a little too hard, hitting just 2-of-10 in the first quarter, including 0-of-4 from 3. The Thunder still lead 23-20, but it pretty obvious that Durant is going to need to get going.
Gareth Bale gives his post-match thoughts on Real's victory over Atletico and his key PK in the deciding shootout, which he said he cramped up after taking.
The Thunder go small, but this isn't the lineup that dominated the previous two games in OKC. Kevin Durant is resting.
Tony Barnette replaces Darvish, who's night is over after a stressful 5th inning. He allows one run on three hits with a walk and seven strikeouts. He threw 81 pitches, including 51 strikes.
Not a permanent decision but I'm surprised Billy Donovan went to Enes Kanter over smallball when Steven Adams came out.
Draymond Green looks much better early than he did in his previous trip to OKC. Steph Curry does not.
No. 2: As Steve Kerr said pregame, he wants his guys running their offense near the Warriors' bench in the second half amid all this noise.
The Warriors switched sides for two reasons. No. 1: Grasping at anything to prevent Oklahoma City from having another 72-point half. And ...
If Jordan Spieth is going to win at Colonial on Sunday, a fast start in the final round will likely be crucial. Through three rounds, the world No. 2 has played the first five holes at 7 under. Alternately, through three rounds, Spieth has played the last five (Nos. 14-18) at 1 over.
Scribbled on the top of Kevin Durant's right shoe: SMILE. On top of the other: HAVE FUN
Steph Curry responds to Russell Westbrook's reaction regarding a question on Curry's defense.
Russell Westbrook laughed at the idea that Steph Curry's defense is underrated. Kevin Pelton has the facts on whether the two-time MVP really is a strong defender or not. What do metrics say? (Insider)
Game 5 did not convince any of our five NBA experts that the Warriors are back to being themselves. 5-on-5 (Insider)
Through four innings, Darvish has allowed one hit and no runs, while striking out four, walking one and throwjng 60 pitches. He's kept Pittsburgh's hitters off-balance by changing speeds effectively. His fastball is sitting at 96 mph, while his slider is at 83 and his slow curve is at 70. Starling Marte struck out on three pitches in the third: a 93-mph fastball, followed by an 81-mph slider and a 95-mph fastball.
Pepe's theatrical antics on the pitch led to quite the interesting reaction by UEFA Champions League final official Mark Clattenberg.
UConn center fielder Jake Sundberg makes a tremendous leaping grab while crashing into the outfield wall.
Go inside Cleveland's locker room to witness LeBron James' postgame speech following the team's Game 6 victory.
Billy Butler absolutely crushes this solo blast, his first home run of the season, to put the Athletics on the board first against the Tigers.
Relive the best moments of the Champions League final including Sergio Ramos' and Yannick Carrasco's goals, Antoine Griezmann's missed penalty and Cristiano Ronaldo's decisive penalty kick.
Yannick Carrasco scored the equalizer for Atletico Madrid in the Champions League final, earning him a big kiss from his girlfriend as part of his celebration.