• People Won’t Stop Messing With This UFC Fighter’s Cars

    MMA superstar’s fleet torched and burglarized before title fight this weekend.

    The Drive
  • First round of Dubai Ladies Masters suspended after caddie dies on the course

    The first round of the Dubai Ladies Masters has been suspended following the death of a caddie, the Ladies European Tour have confirmed. The unnamed male, who was reportedly carrying for carrying for Anne-Lise Caudal, was attended to on the green by the on-site medical team before being taken to hospital where he was later pronounced dead. A statement from the Ladies European Tour read: "First round play was suspended at 10.30am on Wednesday at the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters after a caddie collapsed on the 13th fairway.

    International Business Times
  • David Ortiz teases return after Red Sox trade for Chris Sale

    Retired Red Sox star David Ortiz reiterated all season and continued promising after the fact that he has no intentions of playing again in 2017 or beyond. Could it be though that Boston’s monumental trade for Chicago White Sox Chris Sale on Tuesday has Big Papi rethinking his decision? “Thinking” can be interpreted any number of ways, of course, but if Ortiz is seriously thinking about what Red Sox fans hope he’s thinking about, then now might be a good time for them to start praying.

    Big League Stew
  • Phil Jackson Doesn't Understand Why His 'Posse' Comment Towards LeBron James Was Offensive

    Phil Jackson discusses his comments on LeBron James tonight at 6:30 ET on We Need To Talk. Phil Jackson put himself in a bad spot when he referred to LeBron James‘ group of friends as his “posse” last month. During an appearance on CBS Sports Net’s We Need To Talk, Jackson had the opportunity to apologize for what he said.

  • Tennis-Djokovic splits with coach Becker

    Tennis world number two Novak Djokovic has split with coach Boris Becker three years after adding the German multiple grand slam winner to his team. Serbian Djokovic, who won six of his 12 major titles after hiring Becker but has suffered a slump in form over the past six months, confirmed their parting of ways on his website on Tuesday. "After three very successful years, Boris Becker and I have jointly decided to end our cooperation," Djokovic, who lost his number one ranking to Andy Murray last month, said.

  • Top Shots (Week of Dec. 4, 2016) (9 photos)

    Miss any of the week's most interesting celeb moments? We’ve got you covered with Top Shots!

    Yahoo Celebrity
  • Larry Bird always knew his style of play would break his body, but he couldn't stop

    This summer will mark the 25th anniversary of Larry Bird’s retirement from professional basketball. The Legend remains one of the most revered and decorated players in the history of the sport — a 12-time All-Star, three-time champion, a three-time Most Valuable Player and one of the greatest shooters ever to set foot on a basketball court. Thirteen seasons of hard-charging play against some of the best big men and wingmen the NBA had to offer — plus another two full seasons of postseason games, which most players will tell you take an even greater toll on you than regular-season contests — did a number on the Boston Celtics magician’s body, most notably his back, forcing him to step away from the sport at age 35, just 209 points shy of 22,000 for his illustrious career.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Dustin Johnson Used to Play for Himself, But Now He's Playing With a Purpose

    (c) 2016 Time Inc. Behind the Scenes with Dustin Johnson, 2016 Player of the Year We take you behind the scenes of GOLF magazine's 2016 Player of the Year shoot with U.S. Open champion Dustin Johnson and family.In his free-swinging, hard-living days, Dustin Johnson, GOLF's Player of the Year, played for himself. Now, with the support of his fiancée, Paulina, and guidance from Wayne Gretzky, he plays with a purpose, a family at his side, and a U.S. Open already in the bag. The sun is beginning to drop behind the foothills that frame Sherwood Country Club, the Southern California enclave the Gretzkys call home and to which Johnson was recently bestowed an honorary membership.

  • Hot Stove Digest: Cubs could land closer Wade Davis from Royals

    THE HOTTEST RUMOR OF THE NIGHT: The Cubs and Royals were hot and heavy about a Wade Davis trade throughout Tuesday night. The offer reportedly being considered is a 1-for-1, Davis for outfielder Jorge Soler. At this point, it’s safe to say the Cubs are the favorite to land Davis but it’s not finished yet.

    Big League Stew
  • Oklahoma Supreme Court rules tape of OU RB punching woman must be released

    Joe Mixon missed the 2014 season after the punch. The public has a right to see the surveillance tape of Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon punching a woman in the summer of 2014 according to the Oklahoma Supreme Court. Mixon was suspended for the 2014 season after the incident, which left the woman with reported facial fractures.

    Dr. Saturday
  • Report: MLB not willing to make exception for Shohei Otani

    The Shohei Otani vs. MLB saga continues. The will they, won’t they situation involving Major League Baseball and Japanese superstar Shohei Otani may have reached its conclusion Tuesday. Despite some rumors to the contrary, the league does not seem inclined to offer an exception for Otani should he choose to come over to MLB next offseason, according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. MLB officials met today with int’t scouting directors.

    Big League Stew
  • Orioles won't sign Jose Bautista because their fans don't like him

    The Orioles were brutally honest with Jose Bautista. Well, we found out Tuesday that the Baltimore Orioles are the spiteful ex of baseball. After meeting with Jose Bautisa’s camp Tuesday, the Orioles offered up a cold-blooded reason for passing on the outfielder.

    Big League Stew
  • 10 celebrities who spoke out on violence against women (10 photos)

    [All photos: Getty] Tuesday marks the 27th anniversary of the École Polytechnique massacre. On Dec. 6, 1989, 25-year-old Marc Lépine walked into École Polytechnique armed with a Mini-14 rifle and a hunting knife. He shot and stabbed 27 people, killing 14 women before turning the gun on himself. Although the unfortunate event took place over a quarter of a century ago, it remains relevant and important even today. According to the Canadian Women’s Foundation , half of all women above 16 in Canada have experienced at least one incident of physical or sexual violence. Also, on any given night in Canada, 3,491 women and their 2,724 children sleep in shelters because it isn’t safe at home. With this in mind, we took a look at 10 celebrities who spoke out on violence against women, some of whom draw from personal experience. Click through the gallery above to see more and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA . More from our series commemorating the Montreal Massacre: ‘I thought everything we'd gained, we'd have it forever’: Survivors of the Montreal Massacre on the vulnerability of progress Montreal Massacre left ‘indelible mark’ on an engineering community still striving for more women Survivors, activists work to keep the lessons of the Montreal Massacre resonating with young Canadians VIDEO: How millennials are remembering the Montreal Massacre

    Yahoo Canada Style
  • Week 14 Fantasy Football kicker rankings

    Fantasy playoffs are here and every point is crucial. Look to our kicker rankings for those tough calls.

    Roto Arcade
  • Ronda Rousey says she tries not to call herself famous

    Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) former bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey says she tries not to think of herself as a famous person as she is scared of it. The Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) superstar also reveals that she feels very nervous before a fight but does not feel any nerves by the time she enters the Octagon. Rousey has not been engaged in a fight since her shock defeat at the hands of Holly Holm at the UFC 193 event with the American Holm knocking the legend out with a vicious head kick, inflicting what was the first loss of her career.

    International Business Times
  • Watch: John Daly Breaks Into Song on Tee Box at Pro-Am

    John Daly is always entertaining, whether he's playing in a tournament round of golf or, as was the case Monday, a pro-am. Check out the below video of Daly belting out the lyrics of his song "Hit it Hard" before he tees off during Ken Duke's event supporting Folds of Honor on Monday.

  • NFL Power Rankings: Can we finally trust the Detroit Lions as contenders?

    Cleveland won a pro sports championship and the Chicago Cubs broke a 108-year World Series championship drought this year. Weird things are happening. Maybe we shouldn’t dismiss the Detroit Lions just yet.

    Shutdown Corner
    Sun, Dec 4
    New Orleans 13 - 28 Detroit
    Game Recap
  • Raiders QB Derek Carr looks for success vs. Chiefs

    Derek Carr's first NFL win came against Kansas City after 10 straight losses to begin his career. Since then, Carr and the Oakland Raiders haven't had nearly as much success against the Chiefs. Carr will look to end Oakland's four-game losing streak to the Chiefs when the Raiders (10-2) visit Kansas City (9-3) on Thursday night in a game that could determine the winner of the AFC West.

    The Associated Press
    Sun, Dec 4
    Oakland 38 - 24 Buffalo
    Game Recap
  • Rex Ryan’s time with the Buffalo Bills is likely over

    With a playoffs or bust mantra leading the team into the 2016 season, Rex Ryan's tenure as head coach of the Buffalo Bills is now likely over. The post Rex Ryan’s time with the Buffalo Bills is likely over appeared first on Cover32.

  • Chris Sale joins Red Sox in blockbuster trade

    Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan explains how the acquisition of the starting pitcher puts Boston in the driver's seat in the American League.

    Yahoo Sports Videos