In the very first episode of No Cap Room, Jake Fischer and Dan Devine have lots of fun talking about the NBA news of the day and previewing the last few weeks of the season.
In addition to increased pace of play, this season might bring a spike in steals.
The Astros began their World Series title defense Thursday against the White Sox, but it didn't go as they planned.
That probably wasn't the start the Rangers were expecting when they agreed on deGrom's five-year, $185 million deal.
"He's been a great friend," DeChambeau said of Woods.
The Celtics blew out the Bucks, then Thanasis got into it with Blake.
The early slate of games brought plenty of action and drama on Opening Day. Follow it all here.
Dusty May led the Owls to the Final Four in just his fifth season at FAU.
One ticket to the women's Final Four costs $428, while one men's ticket is going for $40.
Anthony Richardson had a little fun during his Pro Day.
Giants left fielder is baseball's version of the Defense Against the Dark Arts professor.
The Mets have lost their 40-year-old starter for at least 10 days.
There's nothing like getting off to a hot start in your fantasy baseball season. Fred Zinkie identifies the teams to lean into for April.
With Opening Day here, Scott Pianowski ranks all 30 MLB teams to see which squad has the most fantasy juice.
It comes at a time when the game has never been more popular or involved in the culture, with the NCAA media rights deal coming up.
Saturday's Der Klassiker took on added meaning this week when Bayern flipped the script and handed the team over to Thomas Tuchel after suddenly sacking managerial wunderkind Julian Nagelsmann.
The Mavericks need to start winning games.
The last time the Jets made the playoffs, Oprah was still on network television.
The Yankees have a problem, but it's also a humblebrag.
The Bucks look primed for the postseason.