The Knicks are having a fun, surprising season.
Maybe it's not as one-sided, but Gilbert Burns expects the same result between Kamaru Usman and Jorge Masvidal in their rematch.
At least 12 clubs, including six from the Premier League, are part of super league plans.
Kevin Durant is only 10 days removed from his return following a hamstring injury.
Pliskova, who is ranked ninth in the world, split with Daniel Vallverdu at the end of her 2020 campaign and added Naomi Osaka's former coach Bajin for the 2021 season. "Of course, I didn't play that great but nothing is his mistake," said Pliskova, who topped the world rankings in 2017. Bajin helped Osaka to back-to-back major titles at the U.S. Open in 2018 and the Australian Open the following year and has also previously worked with 23-times Grand Slam champion Serena Williams.
The decisions to pull out of the controversial breakaway Super League have the league on the brink of collapse.
Dustin Poirier's charity goal for his UFC 264 trilogy bout with Conor McGregor is once again helping the Pygmies.
The vice-chair's departure had reportedly long been in the works but was revealed in the wake of the collapse of the proposed European Super League.
Fitzpatrick 'felt like the biggest a**hole' after sending Smith a text when he gruesomely broke his leg in 2018.
Davis is close to returning from a calf strain, and James is continuing to make progress in his rehab.
Paul is the favorite despite Askren having the impressive fighting and athletic resume.
HoopsHype ranks the Top 15 players in the 2020-21 NBA MVP race, headlined by Stephen Curry's outrageous recent run of form.
Marvin Vettori can wait.
Players, pundits and fans cheered a "beautiful day for football" after the breakaway European Super League unravelled with the withdrawal of the six English clubs who had signed up to the controversial competition. Following a storm of protests and threats of sanctions from the game's European and world governing bodies, the Super League said it would "reconsider" its next steps after it was reduced to three teams each from Spain and Italy on Tuesday. Amid reports that Italian sides Inter Milan and AC Milan had also withdrawn, former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher declared the competition dead in the water.
Marcus Stroman deals, Stephen Strasburg goes down and other fantasy observations from the weekend.
It’s enough that if Zion Williamson, or anyone like him, ever really does want to come play there, the Knicks can offer themselves as an actual contender, not just a hyped arena and a big-city lifestyle.
The Roots play in the USL and announced the news with a fitting clip of Lynch going 'Beast Mode' in a soccer match.
Ben Askren wishes he had listened to his cornermen as his fight unfolded with Jake Paul.
Brady's February knee procedure was reportedly more serious than initially reported.
The PGA Tour has sought finally to kill off golf’s own 'Super League' plan once and for all, by handing over millions of dollars in bonuses to the likes of Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy that are not reliant on their performances inside the ropes. The US circuit - which last year took a stake in the European Tour in response to the threat of the Premier Golf League - has put aside a yearly pot of $40m-plus (£28m-plus) to reward the players who in the Tour’s words “positively move the needle”. The Player Impact Program, which began on Jan 1, will feature 10 recipients in all, with the golfer topping the “Impact Score” list receiving $8m (£5.7m). GolfWeek, the American magazine, has seen the Tour document circulated to the pros and reports that there will be at least six metrics used in the standings. These include: the player’s position on the season-ending FedEx Cup points list, his popularity in Google Search and a number of rating measurements judging the minutes he appears on broadcasts, the appeal of their “brand”, their social media presence and the amount of coverage on media platforms. The ratings, which can apparently distinguish between the positive and negative coverage a player generates, have weird and wacky names such as “Nielsen Brand Exposure", "MVP Index" and “Meltwater Mentions. They have already taken their place alongside more traditional stats such as “driving average”, “greens hit in regulation” and “putts per round”. The Tour document highlights how the Impact Scores would have worked out in 2019. Tiger Woods, who won the Masters that year, predictably topped the list, with Rory McIlroy in second and Brooks Koepka, Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler completing the top five. England’s Justin Rose, who spent time as world No 1 in ’19, was ninth on that list.