Steve Kerr could not believe his eyes after a certain Steph Curry one-handed dime late in the Warriors' win over the New Orleans Pelicans.
Warriors stars Steph Curry and Klay Thompson are used to making NBA history, but the milestone reached by the duo Tuesday night is truly incredible.
Simmons thinks Draymond and Lebron are destined for the Lone Star State
Had Baylor wanted to keep Kim Mulkey, she would never have left for LSU, which she has in the Final 4.
Steph Curry's full-court tunnel shot almost got Chase Center rocking before the game even started.
There are several players representing blue-blood programs, but it was a couple players outside of the top-ranked prospects who impressed scouts the most.
This is the assist of the season.
Who could have seen this coming?
Gary Player recently said the Masters is No. 4 on his list of majors, in terms of importance. Jack Nicklaus said the same years ago.
Down by as many as 20 points, the Warriors stormed back in the second half to secure a big 120-109 win over the Pelicans.
Klay Thompson has made plenty of 3-point history in his career, but perhaps none more meaningful than Tuesday night.
Free Press sports writers Ryan Ford and Evan Petzold have thoughts about MLB's six division champs, who’ll win it all and who’ll take home the awards.
Draymond Green revealed a hilarious reason why he wants the Warriors to face the Sacramento Kings in the NBA playoffs.
The Patriots have 11 picks in this year's draft and plenty of needs to address. So, how will it all shake out? A new seven-round NFL Mock Draft from ESPN's Jordan Reid has New England making some rather interesting decisions.
The Warriors' confidence comes mostly from Steph Curry and Draymond Green, dual commanders of a championship DNA.
At this time last season, Jaheim Oatis didn’t think he’d see much of the field early at Alabama. Of course, that was roughly 100 pounds ago. Oatis tipped the scales at a whopping 416 pounds during his high school days.
The Celtics suffered an ugly loss to the Wizards on Tuesday night, but several NBA execs don't seem too worried about Boston's ability to make a deep playoff run.
“If a whole golf course was [No.] 10 at Riviera that would be amazing," DeChambeau said. "It would be so diabolical and unique and difficult and yet still fair."
Former Red Sox outfielder and first baseman Franchy Cordero reportedly is joining Boston's archrival after the Orioles released him despite a strong spring training.
Zach Wrightsil played in only three games because of knee issues and Keeyan Itejere appeared in 13 games for the Golden Eagles.