Silas Baxter-Neal's entry into the X Games 2012 Real Street, all-video, all-street skateboarding contest.
For the second straight year, Toronto Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri swore during a fan rally prior to the team's postseason opener.
Los Angeles Kings center Jarret Stoll was arrested Friday for suspected cocaine possession at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino's Wet Republic pool complex.
Ubaldo Jimenez was tossed Friday for hitting Pablo Sandoval in the right shoulder with a pitch, an ejection that Baltimore manager Buck Showalter later called "professionally embarrassing."
Top-ranked Novak Djokovic overcame a strong challenge from Rafael Nadal to reach the Monte Carlo Masters final with a 6-3, 6-3 win Saturday.
A frustrated Giancarlo Stanton called out the Miami Marlins following their latest loss, saying "the fire is not there."
At this week's NBA Board of Governors meetings in New York, teams were advised that the league's salary cap could rise past the $100 million mark as soon as the 2017-18 season, sources said.
After scoring his 400th career goal for Barcelona, Alexis Nunes takes a look at a few more milestones Lionel Messi has his sights set on for the rest of his career.
What the Orioles have done with their bullpen is what every team tries to do: load up with as many quality arms as possible.
The Baseball Tonight Minute breaks down Alex Rodriguez's performance against the Rays and what it means for the Yankees' success.
Propelled by strong special-teams play, the Predators surged past the Blackhawks to even their first-round series.
Cavaliers coach David Blatt does not want to put too much responsibility on LeBron James' shoulders in the playoffs.
Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia met with Josh Hamilton this week for the first time in months, and he said he isn't sure when the star will return to the team.
NFL Insider Adam Caplan and Damien Woody explain why it is not likely that the Vikings will trade RB Adrian Peterson and discuss Peterson's options heading into Minnesota's offseason activities.
From ESPN The Magazine's NFL Draft issue: In our eighth annual edition, we gave the quarterbacks not named Winston and Mariota their own Chicago-style draft party.
We do not yet know the result of Lance Armstrong's reported meeting with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, but could a third comeback result in something actually genuine?
The Hurricanes return a lot of talent, but the team must avoid the letdowns that plagued its 2014-15 season.