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Chris Paul overcame a slow start to put his team in position for a major postseason win -- only to end that win with another critical playoff injury.
The Warriors are on the verge of playoff elimination, but Draymond Green said the defending NBA champs are in a great position to rebound and force a decisive Game 7 against Houston.
With the Rockets a win away from the NBA Finals, James Harden isn't concerned that his trademark 3-point shot isn't landing so long as the team keeps winning.
Rangers pitcher Bartolo Colon, who turned 45 on Thursday, was given a cake by his Rangers teammates -- who then promptly smashed his face into it.
James Harden shot 5-for-21, and Chris Paul suffered a late hamstring injury, but the Rockets held on to grab Game 5 and put the Warriors 48 minutes from elimination.
Rockets star guard Chris Paul will be evaluated Friday, and his status for Game 6 is in question, after he suffered a hamstring injury in Houston's Game 5 win.
The early returns from the AL Central aren't pretty, as the .500 Indians lead a group that has been far from good in games outside of the division.
Kyle Busch won his third pole of the season. Joey Logano will start second. Take a driver-by-driver look through the field for the season's longest race.
The Houston Rockets honored Santa Fe High School seniors, administrators and first responders before Game 5 against Golden State on Thursday.
The Rays will again start reliever Sergio Romo vs. the Orioles on Friday and Sunday, while Ryne Stanek will come out of the bullpen to start Saturday.
Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall had a strong reaction to Donald Trump's interview with Fox News about the NFL's new anthem policy, calling the president's comments "disgusting."
"When you win, it's down to you and when you lose, it's down to me." Jurgen Klopp doesn't mind the pressure, especially if it frees his players.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams told police that former Baylor teammate Kendall Wright was responsible for last week's car accident in Texas.
Cleveland's LeBron James and Houston's James Harden were unanimously voted All-NBA first-team, with James earning the nod for a record 12th time in his 15-year career.
A committee of researchers appointed by the Major League Baseball has concluded that baseballs are indeed getting extra lift.
Police officers believed Richie Incognito was in an "altered, paranoid state" and was showing erratic behavior, according to an incident report.
Fifteen years after his unbelievable and unlikely 2003 World Series of Poker main event win, Chris Moneymaker looks back at his experiences over that stretch -- through highs and lows -- and explains how he came out the other side better for it.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr thinks Klay Thompson will play Thursday, but Andre Iguodala is a game-time decision.
There was no official vote taken by the NFL when it passed its new anthem resolution on Wednesday, sources told ESPN's Seth Wickersham.
Former heavyweight champion Jack Johnson, the first black man to hold the title, was pardoned posthumously by President Trump.