- Baylor AD McCaw out; Grobe named interim coach
- Buss: Phil won't be leaving Knicks to join Lakers
- Raptors GM: Re-signing DeRozan is 'No. 1 goal'
- Tennis players cleared of match-fixing allegations
Pittsburgh squandered a 2-0 lead, but Nick Bonino delivered the game-winning goal with 2:33 remaining to propel the Penguins in the Stanley Cup opener.
Oklahoma City isn't the first team to suffer a meltdown in a closeout Game 6. So what can past events reveal about the Thunder's chances in tonight's Game 7 in Oakland?
The Stanley Cup is so very close. But what got the San Jose Sharks and Pittsburgh Penguins to this point? And what do we need to know about the key characters? We've got it all covered.
Baylor athletic director Ian McCaw has resigned on the same day former Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe was named the Bears' interim football coach.
Lakers co-owner Jeanie Buss says fiancé and Knicks president Phil Jackson has no plans to leave New York to rejoin the front office in Los Angeles.
Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri said Monday that re-signing DeMar DeRozan is the team's No. 1 priority this offseason.
Matt Harvey easily had his best outing of the season, tossing seven scoreless, two-hit innings against the White Sox. However, he won't declare his struggles a thing of the past just yet.
His velocity might not be at its peak, but Tim Lincecum is on the fast track to a June return to the major leagues
The Dodgers seemingly caught a break when Cubs starter Jason Hammel had to leave after two innings, but it didn't turn out that way.
While the field of 64 NCAA baseball teams was being revealed Monday, several things became clear, like Ohio State peaking at the right time and a smooth path to the super regionals for Texas A&M.
Four tennis players have been cleared after being investigated for alleged match-fixing at this year's Australian Open.
Miami Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan will apply for reinstatement from his season-long suspension on Wednesday, he told USA Today Sports.
The Cubs are again our unanimous No. 1, but the rival Pirates took a huge leap forward -- seven spots! -- in the Week 8 poll. Do we have a race brewing in the NL Central?
After an offseason of stressful golf outings, a return to football should come as a relief to Aaron Rodgers.
Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins says he can't wait to distribute the ball to the exciting playmakers he has available this season.
Isaiah Renfro is walking away from football and the University of Washington after one season to continue his recovery from depression and anxiety.
The latest development in the ongoing saga includes a mock poster promoting a potential cross-sport superfight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor.
North Carolina played with a unsubstantiated confidence throughout its run to the national championship, making the odds-defying final goal the perfect ending.
Olympic gold medalist and renowned softball pitcher Jennie Finch guest-managed the Bridgeport Bluefish to a win on Sunday as the first woman to manage a men's professional baseball team.
Jim Bowden draws on his years of front-office experience to share five principles for drafting well, including a tip for teams with top-5 picks.
There's plenty of movement in the first round (and beyond) of Keith Law's mock draft, as teams still have plenty of indecision about their picks.
Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue says that while both the Thunder and Warriors present unique challenges, Cleveland's success in the Finals hinges on its own play.
The Cubs are now 20 games over .500 thanks to a starting rotation of Jake Arrieta, Jon Lester, John Lackey, Jason Hammel and Kyle Hendricks.
Paul Carr offers a group-by-group projection of the Copa America Centenario, forecasting advancement and title odds for all 16 teams.
With the 2016 Copa America Centenario set to kick off on June 3, ESPN FC decided to rank the top 25 players involved this summer. It's #CopaRank.
It's OK if you didn't know who Alexander Rossi was before he won Sunday's Indy 500. It's OK if you thought the finish was a letdown. Ryan McGee's take? We are all spoiled rotten.
Martin Truex Jr. has looked like a winner all year. He finalized the deal Sunday with a dominating performance in the Coca-Cola 600 and for the first time had his owner on hand to celebrate.
Texas coach Augie Garrido, who has the most wins in college baseball history, will not coach the Longhorns next season.
The NCAA baseball tournament's 64-team field was announced Monday, with No. 1 seed Florida one of a record four SEC teams among the eight national seeds.
Monday Four-Ball: What does Jordan Spieth's Dean & Deluca win mean? Is there any chance we'll see Tiger Woods at the U.S. Open? Our expert panel explores these questions and more.
The Women's College World Series begins Thursday in Oklahoma City with eight teams in the hunt for a softball national championship. Here's a team-by-team look at the field.
For the first eight days of the French Open, Novak Djokovic looked like the most charmed man in tennis, but with no thanks to the rain, the world No. 1 now faces a brutal schedule.
At 44, Shane Mosley was looking to get another title shot, but he just did not have the same kind of speed, accuracy, defense or punching power he once had.
"Muchas gracias a todos por sus oraciones, nos ayudaron mucho en esta terrible experiencia de nuestras vidas", escribió Alan.
Nick Bonino scored with 2:33 left in Game 1 to break a 2-2 tie and give the Penguins the series lead in the Stanley Cup finals.
13 down, 3 to go! #Pens defeat the Sharks 3-2 in Game 1 of the #StanleyCup Final!
Warriors lead 71-60 heading into the 4th. Insane run lowered them to this lead, helped along by Anderson Varejao. Yes, Anderson Varejao
OK, maybe Steve Kerr knew what he was doing when he put Anderson Varejao in the game. Two dimes, a drawn charge and a bucket in two minutes.
Sensational saucer pass by Sidney Crosby to Patric Hornqvist but Sharks goalie Martin Jones makes the big save. Penguins making a push here closing in on 40 shots.
Steph Curry is a heck of a lot better than 70 percent. Heck, he's 80 percent from 3-point range tonight.
That last 3-pointer was the 830th Steph Curry has made in the last two years, including playoffs. Larry Bird made 729 in his entire career.
Andrew Bogut was a huge factor in Game 5 with 15 points and 14 rebounds. He's been a nonfactor tonight and was pulled a few minutes into the second half.
Nomar Mazara crushed this Austin Adams pitch 453 feet to dead center field into the trees that serve as the batter's eye at Progressive Field.
The Thunder played a fairly terrific first half, but much like Game 6, only lead by six because of some second quarter sharpshooting from Klay Thompson. The Thunder kept building leads, but Thompson, who started 0-7, hit his last four, all 3s.
Curry ends balky half for GSW with an incredible buzzer bearing floater. 48-42 OKC at the break
The Pittsburgh Penguins and San Jose Sharks are tied at 2-2 after two periods in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals at Consol Energy Center. Shots: Pittsburgh 23, San Jose 17. After the Penguins held a 2-0 lead after first, the Sharks were able to control Pittsburgh's speed in the second period. As a result, San Jose tied the game with a power-play goal by Tomas Hertl and an even-strength goal by Patrick Marleau.
The Sharks' Patrick Marleau with a wraparound goal to tie Game 1 at 2-2 with 1:48 remaining in the second period. Penguins goalie Matt Murray knew exactly where Marleau was going but Murray couldn't regroup and go post-to-post in time to stop the goal.
From not to hot in an instant: After missing his first eight shots, Klay Thompson knocks down three quick 3-pointers.
Klay recovers from a rough start with 3 straight 3s. 37-33 OKC
Klay Thompson finally gets one to fall. Now 1-of-8 from the floor. But remember: He was 3-of-10 at one point in Game 6.
OKC only got 13 points from its bench in Game 5. Enes Kanter has eight points in seven minutes tonight. Golden State can't keep him off the glass.
Credit the Thunder D, and shot making could have covered this, but Golden State's decision making has not been good enough for a Game 7.
Much better period for the Sharks here, enjoying a 9-4 shots on goal advantage in the second. Nice push back after Pittsburgh's dominant first period.
Kevin Durant: 3-3 FG. Splash Brothers: 3-13 FG.