- Lakers' front office a problem?
- NBA teams tanking or rebuilding?
- Broncos sign Talib, Ware
- Revis goes from Bucs to Pats
- Conference Tournament Pick 'Em
- Jonathan Martin to the 49ers
- Cowboys release DeMarcus Ware
- Should Tiger take a break?
- Clippers win eighth straight
- Seahawks to win 2015 Super Bowl?
- Phil Jackson with the Knicks?
- Embiid injury a blow to Kansas?
- Wichita State will enter tourney 34-0
- Spurs good chance at title?
- Keselowski a Chase contender?
- MLS gaining on MLB?
- LeBron mentoring Paul George?
- Tough choice for Texans at No. 1?
- Noah wants 'Melo on Bulls
- Bears, Hester part ways
- Brandon Browner treated fairly?
- Big moves made at NHL deadline
- Steelers to keep Polamalu
- Is struggling Syracuse doomed?
- Washington Nationals in 2014?
- Santana signs with Orioles
- Final Verdict -- College Basketball
- Longer PATs in the NFL?
- LeBron, Durant in tight MVP race
- Is storming the court dangerous?
- Mayweather to fight Maidana
- A union for college athletes?
- Will FSU go from 'Dallas to Dallas'?
- MLB institutes replay challenges
U.S. team soccer stars in MLS
Two big things have happened to Major League Soccer in the past week, both involving two of the U.S. Men's National Team's best-known players: Landon Donovan reportedly decided to re-sign with the Los Angeles Galaxy, and Clint Dempsey's Seattle Sounders debut drew more than 67,000 fans to a home match against the rival Portland Timbers. While MLS had 14 players on Team USA's Gold Cup roster, many of the national team's best are still playing pro soccer overseas. With Team USA riding a long win streak and the 2014 World Cup around the corner, is MLS on the verge of growing into a bigger compeititor for North American sports fans' attention?