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Here's the question for LeBron's Miami Heat teams: Were they a success or not?
Stephen Jackson came to DeSean Jackson's defense on Tuesday night, saying in an Instagram video that the Eagles wide receiver was "speaking the truth" with his social media posts that included anti-Semitic messages.
Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry, one of the NBA staff members undergoing further scrutiny before heading into the Orlando bubble, has been cleared to travel with the team for the season restart, sources say.
Jahneil Douglas, a 22-year-old defensive lineman for the University of Toledo, was shot and killed late Tuesday night.
Stanford will eliminate 11 of its varsity athletic programs at the end of this upcoming academic year as it deals with financial ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic.
A silent Ryder Cup just wouldn't work. The players wanted no part of it, either, and have been saying so for months. Waiting a year and hoping the gates will be open again in 2021 was the only choice.
Lionel Messi has broken off contract extension talks with Barcelona. If he leaves, where could the GOAT end up?
By next week, the QB will sign a long-term deal or play the 2020 season on the franchise tag.
Jimmie Johnson, who missed Sunday's race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway after testing positive for the coronavirus, has had two negative tests and will return to the No. 48 car for Sunday's race at Kentucky Speedway.
The Ryder Cup will be delayed until 2021, with the Presidents Cup moving to 2022, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, it was announced Wednesday.
A meeting with the Toronto Raptors helped reshape Max Holloway's professional outlook by narrowing his focus to a singular subject: fighting.
Here's the question for LeBron's Miami Heat teams: Were two titles good enough?
The Thunder combo guard could be the lone Converse representative playing in the NBA's bubble format.
While Black baseball players fear speaking out would be a career death sentence, a Players Alliance is mobilizing.
It's time for baseball to take action to improve itself.
Novak Djokovic has accused critics of subjecting him to a "witch hunt" after his regional Adria Tour tennis event ended in a novel coronavirus fiasco.
The Flyers didn't get a shot at a national title because of the coronavirus pandemic, but two of their 2019-20 men's basketball players have a chance at glory in The Basketball Tournament.
How did Stadium Events, a boring Nintendo game from 1987, become the most coveted cartridge ever? It's a bit of a mystery.
By next week, the QB will either sign a long-term deal or play the 2020 season on the franchise tag, clouding his future in Dallas.
Staying neutral is no longer an option. It's time for baseball to take action to improve itself -- and be an example for all of America.