Dwight Howard (Los Angeles Lakers) with a Dunk vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 08/29/2020
The Jaguars declined Leonard Fournette's fifth-year option this offseason, and they decided they didn't want the fourth year either. According to Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com, the Jaguars are releasing the former first-round running back. Not only was Fournette the fourth overall pick in 2017, he was taken four spots ahead of Christian McCaffrey, who has [more]
Kawhi Leonard has been the star of two championship runs, winning NBA Finals honors with San Antonio and Toronto. Leonard will ride a career-best streak of five straight 30-point postseason games into the Western Conference semifinals after helping the Los Angeles Clippers finish off Luka Doncic and Dallas with a 111-97 victory on Sunday. Leonard had 33 points and 14 rebounds, scoring eight straight for the Clippers in the fourth quarter after Doncic had carried Dallas back within single digits.
It’s the second year of adjusted scoring at the East Lake, meaning Dustin Johnson, the FedExCup No. 1, will start the week with a two-shot advantage at 10 under par.
Marcus Morris gave the Clippers some much-needed edge in the playoff series against the Dallas Mavericks, but did he go too far being himself?
Without preseason games it is difficult to get a true sense of how players are coming along. Our Tom E. Curran and Phil Perry have been observing practice for the past two weeks and share their observations.
Chase Young and Adrian Peterson met right on the door step of the end zone on Sunday, and the collision was pretty epic. Catch video of their meeting right here.
The BMW Championship is in the books, the FedEx Cup points have been calculated and we now know the 30 golfers who will be moving on.
The Dolphins will practice on Saturday at Hard Rock Stadium without their presumptive starting quarterback. Via multiple reporters in attendance at the session, Ryan Fitzpatrick left the practice field before the session began. Here's how Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald described it: "Before dolphins practice begins, Coach Brian Flores just walked QB Ryan Fitzpatrick [more]
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer were on a collision course with Novak Djokovic on Saturday, calling for "unity, not separation" after their long-time rival superstar spearheaded a breakaway union of professional tennis players.
The Celtics have been very front and center the last few weeks, both on and off the court. After Boston's Game 1 win over the Raptors, our A. Sherrod Blakely says the C's are winning on all fronts.
Seattle and San Diego completed a seven-player trade Sunday night, with catcher Austin Nola joining the contending Padres and prized outfield prospect Taylor Trammel going to the Mariners as centerpieces of the deal. Seattle sent Nola and right-handed relievers Austin Adams and Dan Altavilla to the Padres, while Trammell led a list of youngsters headed back to the Mariners.
Tiger Woods struggled to a one-over par 71 in Sunday's final round of the PGA BMW Championship, looking to improve shotmaking and reduce mistakes before next month's US Open.
The Chicago Cubs addressed a need Sunday in acquiring designated hitter Jose Martinez from the Tampa Bay Rays for a player to be named later or cash consideration. To make room for Martinez on the 40-man roster, catcher Josh Phegley was designated for assignment. Martinez is expected to help an offense that is batting .208 with a .333 slugging percentage against left-handers with Kris Bryant ...
The Yanks, who are without Luis Severino for the season due to Tommy John surgery and James Paxton at the moment due to a forearm issue, are in dire need of a true No. 2 starter to line up behind Gerrit Cole.
With two Sundays to go until the new-look Tampa Bay offense gets its first chance to show what it can do, it apparently has plenty of work to do. Coach Bruce Arians, who says what's on his mind at all times, pulled no punches when assessing the offensive performance from Sunday's practice. "Defense made the [more]
The Padres, Cubs and Braves were among the clubs that added players in a burst of deals a day before Monday's trade deadline. San Diego added first baseman Mitch Moreland from Boston, Chicago picked up slugger Jose Martinez from Tampa Bay, and Atlanta acquired left-hander Tommy Milone from Baltimore.