Kemba Walker (Boston Celtics) with a 2-pointer vs the Toronto Raptors, 09/09/2020
The Raptors' unique style of defense may be benefiting from an NBA officiating blind spot, writes Tom Haberstroh.
The Bucks are still the heavy favorites to keep Antetokounmpo, but the Clippers and other teams are lining up for a shot.
The Broncos are scrambling for a replacement for Von Miller, and at least one of their options has told them "No, thanks." According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, former Rams and Packers linebacker Clay Matthews sent word to the Broncos he was not going to play. There was a report of interest from the Seahawks [more]
In a year without preseason action and limited information coming out of training camps, it’s time to get bold for Week 1 ... starting with Rob Gronkowski finding the end zone.
Aqib Talib could've rejoined the Patriots for the 2020 NFL season, but on Wednesday he revealed why he turned down Bill Belichick's offer and retired instead.
Though he did not reveal how he is able to stay so effective at 35, LeBron James did say his wife is not enjoying his dedicated ways.
The Dallas owner says he supports his players despite a tweet from the president's son vowing to turn off football this fall over the issue.
It's a battle of two mothers - one in search of her record-tying 24th Grand Slam, the other climbing back seven years after her last Slam title.
Could Houston Texans coach and GM Bill O'Brien have known what he was doing when he traded receiver DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals?
On one hand, he fully participated in practice. On the other hand, he's on the injury report. Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was listed on the first Dolphins injury report of the year as fully participating in practice despite a hip injury. Presumably, it's the same hip injury that he suffered last season at Alabama. (It [more]
Marc Hirschi made it third time lucky as he claimed his maiden Tour de France stage victory in Sarran Correze. The Swiss rider, making his debut Tour at the age of 22, had twice been on the podium in the opening week of the race after seeing attacking efforts fall short, but delivered for Team Sunweb on stage 12 as he broke clear on the climb of the Suc au May before soloing to victory. Julian Alaphilippe, who pipped Hirschi to the line on stage two in Nice, was part of a large chase group on the descent to the finish, but a lack of organisation prevented them from closing him down before a mechanical issue ended Alaphilippe's own challenge. The Tour continues on Friday with the 191km run from Châtel-Guyon to Puy Mary Cantal and concludes in Paris on September 20 with the 122km stage from Mantes-la-Jolie to Paris Champs-Élysées.
House maintains his innocence, sources said, and a decision from the league is expected before Game 4 on Thursday.