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After Suns completed the sweep, Phoenix star Devin Booker tweeted a screenshot of the viral video.
This is a play you don't see everyday.
The Bucks fought off an exhausted and short-handed Nets team, but can they do it again and become the first road team to win a game this series?
After Haralabos Voulgaris reportedly gained power within the Mavericks front office and bothered Luka Doncic…
La La Anthony and Carmelo Anthony were married in 2010.
The Sixers' second star is at the center of fans' frustrations following Game 5, and they're ready to ship him out - but for whom? By Adam Hermann
Two former Georgia football players are projected to sign with the same NFL team.
The SKIMS mogul says "there will be limits" to her sexy photos in the future.
Bryson DeChambeau walked behind another Brooks Koepka television interview ... only this time he jumped into the shot Thursday at Torrey Pines.
Katie Ledecky is used to slaying her competition, winning not by hundredths but by full seconds. Taking notice was Ariarne Titmus. Titmus fired the first shot, clocking a winning time of 3 minutes, 56.90 seconds at the Australian trials.
James Harden clearly wasn't at full health in the Nets' Game 5 win over Milwaukee, and while he took a step forward in Thursday night's Game 6, it still wasn't enough, as the Nets fell to the Bucks 104-89 to send the series to Game 7.
Day 1 at the U.S. Open is officially in the books. Many former major champions have made their way to the top with three days of play to go. (Getty Images)
Rory McIlroy, chairman of the US PGA Tour Players Advisory Council, said Wednesday he wants greens books "outlawed" from tour events and a ban reportedly could be voted on next week.
A report states Zion Williamson, a potential Knicks target, and his family aren't happy with how the Pelicans have been building around him.
TNT's Charles Barkley roasts the Philadelphia 76ers after their loss to the Atlanta Hawks at home.
Here's everything you need to know about the Los Angeles Lakers' free agents this offseason.
Ross Stripling profusely apologized for showing up teammate Joe Panik during the Blue Jays' latest loss.
The former Boston shooting guard could perhaps have his eye on the vacancy with the team he won a title with as a player in 1986.
"I am excited to see where we take this program moving forward.”
Ben Simmons has "no idea" why his foul shooting has dropped off, but his flaws are glaring and unavoidable for the Sixers. By Noah Levick