“I think it just revealed a layer of her character, of what she deems most important, and that’s always the kids.”
With a win in their grasp, the Warriors still found a way to succumb to self-defeating tendencies against the Timberwolves which could haunt them come playoff time.
This isn't the Final Four anyone expected.
Sam Burns routed Cam Young in the finals of the Match Play, earning his fifth career PGA Tour title and $3.5 million.
Brooklyn Nets coach Jacque Vaughn all but confirmed that Ben Simmons is likely done for the season.
Klay Thompson has no fear about Jordan Poole's ability to bounce back.
Celtics star Jaylen Brown says he could stop wearing his protective mask if he wanted to, but he gave a good reason why he'll likely continue to wear it.
Yahoo Sports writer Krysten Peek gives a preview of next week's Final Four matchups between San Diego State vs. FAU and UConn vs. Miami.
After another loss to the Hornets, the Mavericks will likely miss the playoffs one year after making the West Finals
Miami is heading to its first Final Four in program history after beating Texas in the Midwest regional final.
The FAU 7-footer hurt the Wildcats with 14 points, 13 rebounds and two blocks.
Ricky Barnes, 42, came into the week ranked 1,506 in the world and placed seventh, earning a spot in next week's Valero Texas Open.
Caitlin Clark finished with 41 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds to lead the Hawkeyes to their first Final Four since 1993.
Yankees top prospect Anthony Volpe has made the 2023 Opening Day roster.
This isn’t what Mulkey realistically envisioned for her second season as LSU head coach.
Tyler Reddick, who finished first at COTA Sunday after three overtimes, is among winners and losers of the season's first road race.
LeBron James comes off the bench for the second time in his career in his return to play, but the Lakers fall 118-108 to Chicago on Sunday afternoon.
Sandy Lyle and John Cook have decided to call it a career on the PGA Tour Champions after this week's event.
The Huskies may be a No. 4 seed, but make no mistake: They look like the best team in college basketball and are the unassailable favorites to win it all in Houston.
The Atlanta Braves will open the season with two rookie left-handers in their rotation while giving Kyle Wright more time to prepare for his first start.