LeBron James has been extremely vocal this past week following the Jacob Blake shooting in Wisconsin, and amid the NBA’s walkouts in response. Colin Kaepernick is right behind him.
Pat Beverley continually interrupted NBPA head Michele Roberts Wednesday night as she explained the financial repercussions of leaving the NBA bubble.
The 18-year-old has joined Millwall on a season-long loan after making just two Premier League appearances last season
Brian Urlacher came under intense scrutiny following comments he posted on Instagram following Jacob Blake shooting.
After 36 holes, we're getting a sense of who needs to do what over the weekend if they want to advance to the Tour Championship next week.
Two people with knowledge of the trade tell The Associated Press that the Oakland Athletics have acquired infielder 2019 All-Star infielder Tommy La Stella from the Los Angeles Angels for infielder Franklin Barreto. La Stella has a $3.25 million, one-year contract that pays $1,203,704 prorated with the Angels, who acquired him from the Chicago Cubs in November 2018. La Stella also was an exceptional pinch-hitter for the Chicago Cubs before emerging as an everyday player with Los Angeles, and that skill could be valuable once again in a postseason run.
World number one Novak Djokovic battled into the ATP and WTA Western & Southern Open final Friday despite a neck problem while Japan's Naomi Osaka shook off stress to advance as well.
The chemistry between New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton and wide receiver Julian Edelman will be an important factor in the team's 2020 season.
Europe’s Ryder Cup heavyweights have lined up to criticise the LPGA Tour for its bizarre, if not disgraceful, treatment of Sophia Popov since the German won the AIG Women’s Open last weekend. Ian Poulter, Tommy Fleetwood and Thomas Bjorn all expressed their disgust at the Troon hero not only being denied entry to the second major of the season - the Ana Inspiration in two weeks’ time - but also the usual five-year exemption as a Tour member. It is fair to say that Mike Whan, the LPGA commissioner, felt under increasing pressure on Friday after Poulter called the Tour “embarrassing to the game of golf” and Fleetwood termed it “stupid to say the least”. Yet perhaps Bjorn, the 2018 captain, summed up the bewilderment and anger best of all. "It's amazing that @LPGA and @LPGACommish haven't reacted yet,” Bjorn tweeted. “Golf is again the laughing stock of the sports world due to having rules that don't make any sense.” The LPGA is not for turning, however, with Whan later going on to the Tour’s official website to point out that the Ana Inspiration field was already fixed because it was postponed in March and that the rules only grant Popov two years grace for Tour playing privileges. In a complicated scenario, Popov is disqualified from both because she was not a “full” LPGA Tour member when stunning the world in Ayrshire, after missing out her card by a mere shot at last year’s Q School.
Boston Red Sox manager Ron Roenicke emotionally discussed Jackie Bradley Jr.'s comments during a team meeting in the wake of the shooting of Jacob Blake.
Here's our latest roundup of 2020 NBA mock drafts, in which experts reveal who the Boston Celtics should select with their three first round picks.
Jaylen Brown continues to take a leading role in the NBA speaking out about racial injustice. On Wednesday night, Brown reportedly had some pointed words for his fellow players.
The Yankees lost to the Mets 4-3 in Game 2 of Friday's doubleheader, as Aroldis Chapman let up a walkoff home run.
People buried the New England Patriots' chances of competing for a Super Bowl when Tom Brady left. They didn't stay buried for long.
The Buccaneers head coach pointed to his own history with social justice when asked about Smith's rebuttal.