From Mo Salah to Fabinho, take a look back at the 10 best goals from Liverpool's 2019-20 campaign in the Premier League.
Former Trail Blazers big man Cliff Robinson died Saturday at the age of 53. The 6-foot-10 big man played at UConn from 1985-89, where he helped the Huskies win the 1988 NIT. He was a second-round pick (36th overall) by the Trail Blazers in 1989 and spent the first eight years of his career in Portland.
Marcus Morris stepping on Luka Doncic's ankle in Game 5 of Clippers-Mavericks? Morris at least had plausible deniability on whether that was a dirty play. Morris chopping Doncic's head in series-ending Game 6?
The Detroit Tigers decided to make a late move, even amid the most uncertain trade deadline in MLB history. Outfielder Cameron Maybin was traded to the Chicago Cubs just as the 4 p.m. trade deadline ceased Monday, a person with knowledge of the trade told the Free Press. The Tigers received infielder Zack Short in return for Maybin.
With Fantasy Football draft season here on Yahoo, our analysts are continuing to update their rankings so you'll be ready when you're on the clock. And after what he did last season, is it any surprise that Carolina Panthers star running back Christian McCaffrey is the unanimous choice as the top-ranked player? With that said, however, consensus gets harder to find among our analysts after Run-CMC.
The Mets, who are 15-20 after losing four games in a row, made a pair of trades in advance of Monday's trade deadline. In one trade, the Mets acquired catcher Robinson Chirinos and infielder Todd Frazier from the Texas Rangers, SNY's Andy Martino confirmed. The package going from the Mets to the Rangers is not yet known.
It looked like Adrian Peterson was about to cut through the offensive line and cross the goal line for six on Sunday. To open the 11-on-11 phase of their training camp practice that closed out the weekend, the Washington Football Team had the first-string offense start at the 25-yard line and work their way in.
Joe Burrow had another strong showing at a Cincinnati Bengals training camp scrimmage, this time on Sunday evening in an exhibition meant to take the place of the traditional third preseason game. It didn't look good at first though, not with Burrow posting an 0-for-3 line to start the scrimmage. Not that Burrow has been a stranger to bouncing back during camp.
The lottery ping pong balls have spoken. We have a solid draft order to build around and teams can start plotting their strategies for the 2020 NBA Draft, which is tentatively scheduled for Oct. 16. Working around the coronavirus pandemic is making this year the strangest draft season in NBA history.
Looking at the table below, we can see where each of the 30 golfers will start the week. It should be noted with Webb Simpson coming off a WD at the BMW Championship and Rory McIlroy awaiting the birth of his daughter, the starting strokes will not be readjusted following any pre-tournament WDs. Also, any golfer that ends the week with a WD or DQ will be considered having finished in last place, in terms of record keeping.
The Phillies made a trade for Milwaukee Brewers reliever David Phelps shortly before Monday's deadline. The Phillies are sending the Brewers three players to be named later, believed to be from the lower levels of their minor-league system. Phelps, 33, has a 2.77 ERA and 0.69 WHIP in 12 appearances this season.
The Detroit Tigers have claimed right-handed pitcher Dereck Rodriguez off waivers from the San Francisco Giants and optioned him to the alternate training site at Fifth Third Field in Toledo, the team announced Monday. Rodriguez is the son of former Tigers catcher and Hall of Farmer Ivan (Pudge) Rodriguez, who played 21 seasons and five with Detroit from 2004-2008. He is expected to provide depth in Toledo to combat the season-ending forearm injuries sustained by right-handed pitching prospects Matt Manning and Alex Faedo.
It may take a Michel injury for Harris to get his chance to be the team's answer at the position on first and second downs. When it comes to Brian Hoyer … Curran: The Patriots have a good but somewhat sticky situation on their hands. They signed him in the offseason telling him he'd have a chance to start.
Washington NFL Team 2019 record: 3-13 Big additions: Chase Young (DE), Thomas Davis (LB) Big departures: Trent Williams (OT), Quinton Dunbar (CB) Notable opt-outs: Josh Harvey-Clemons (LB), Caleb Brantley (DL) Super Bowl odds: 300/1 One thing to know: The biggest offseason news for the franchise came when team owner Daniel Snyder finally caved to pressure from sponsors and changed the name, with the NFL's D.C. presence now known as the Washington Football Team, at least for the 2020 campaign. On the field, the biggest decision Washington faces comes at quarterback. Second-year signal-caller Dwayne Haskins is probably hoping to take some big steps forward in the coming season.
The Vikings and tackle Riley Reiff are stuck in a late-camp salary impasse, and for now Reiff is creating the impression that he won't blink. Per a league source, Reiff has told teammates he expects to be cut. Cutting Reiff would create $8.7 million in cap space, with $2.2 million in dead money this year and another $2.2 million next year.
In the months after the Patriots' somewhat stunning loss to the Eagles in Super Bowl 52, Tom Brady asked Robert Kraft to honor an unwritten a verbal agreement the two men made in 2010. To let Brady leave the team if he felt the relationship with Bill Belichick had become too strained. In his new book "The Dynasty," author Jeff Benedict chronicles the machinations in early 2018 when Brady - worn out by the dynamics of the 2017 season - made it clear he wanted to leave.
Bears starting running back David Montgomery's status for Week 1's opener in Detroit is very much up in the air after the second-year pro injured his groin in practice last week. The Jaguars released Fournette in a surprise move after failed attempts at a trade, according to multiple reports on Twitter. Fournette was the fourth overall pick of the 2017 NFL draft and while his career hasn't been nearly as productive as his pre-draft hype predicted, he's been a quality NFL starter.
Roman Reigns capped his stunning return by winning the Universal Championship at WWE Payback. Reigns made his first WWE appearance for over five months last weekend when he gatecrashed the finale of Summerslam. With a new heel persona and Brock Lesnar's advocate, Paul Heyman at his side, Reigns arrived late to the triple-threat main event at Payback featuring Braun Strowman and The Fiend, which featured a spectacular-looking ring collapse as the two behemoths traded blows.
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 New York Times claimed that world number one Djokovic is expected resign as president of the ATP players' council and help form the PTPA (Professional Tennis Players Association). "We don't have all the answers right now.
"I didn't finish the round off like I wanted to, but I played better than I did the first three days." Woods was 2-under through 14 holes but a bogey at the par-5 15th and double bogey after finding water off the tee at the par-4 17th dimmed the thrill of his low round of the week. World number 17 Woods hit only nine of 14 fairways and just 13 of 18 greens in regulation on a course that played like a US Open layout with fast greens and dense rough.
Boston Red Sox outfielder Kevin Pillar issued an apology Saturday after being criticized for comments about his team's decision to walkout before Thursday's game against the Toronto Blue Jays. The Red Sox were one of several teams that decided not to play in order to protest racial injustice. Many who voted to walkout did so in support of Jackie Bradley Jr., who is the only Black player on Boston's roster.