A former sports journalist for the first time publicly revealed she was raped during a work interview by a Major League Baseball player. Kat O’Brien wrote in an essay published Sunday in The New York Times that she was attacked as she talked to the player in his hotel room some two decades ago when she was 22 years old, writing about sports for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “I hope that by sharing my experiences, more women will feel comfortable speaking up when something is inappropriate,” O’Brien wrote.
Kyle Larson wasn't the only driver feeling good after Sunday's Cup race at Nashville Superspeedway.
Ben Simmons' reluctance to contribute has become historically bad, and on Sunday night he made a decision that was inexcusable. By Adam Hermann
Ben Simmons took zero shots in the fourth quarter of the 76ers' Game 7 loss to the Hawks last night.
Shaquille O'Neal challenged Ben Simmons to be aggressive in Game 7 and Simmons finished with 5 points.
A look at possible trade scenarios for 76ers star Ben Simmons and what parts of his game he needs to develop according to NBA executives.
‘I’ll play for free this year to live life how I’ve lived it from day one,’ Cole Beasley says
"It's frustrating in the moment when it's happening, but afterwards for me now, I don't really care as much. I've already won it."
Chase Elliott will be credited with a 39th-place finish.
An unruly fan ran on the field of play, dropped two golf balls and hit them before attempting to run from security. You gotta see this.
When asked, Rivers said "I don't know" if Simmons can be a point guard on a championship team.
A fan ran onto the course at the U.S. Open and was quickly tackled, but not before a little performance.
Kat O'Brien wrote a NYT essay about an alleged rape that happened while she worked as a reporter for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
PJ Tucker opens up on guarding Kevin Durant in the playoffs.
That's a shirt you only bring with you if you're sure you're going to win.
Trae Young was asked about winning in a hostile environment like Philly, and he gave us his review. By Adam Hermann
Ben Simmons showed Sunday night that he's not built for the big moment, and the Warriors have no use for him.
For the second straight year the U.S. Open awarded a $12.5 million purse, with $2.25 million going to winner Jon Rahm on Sunday.
Jon Rahm's U.S. Open buildup suffered a huge setback when a positive COVID-19 test forced him out of the Memorial tournament when leading by six, but the Spaniard said he was able to keep a positive outlook thanks to advice from major champions Padraig Harrington and Nick Faldo. Rahm, who triumphed by a shot at Torrey Pines on Sunday to win his first major, said both Harrington and Faldo told him they had learned so much through the adversity of being disqualified from tournaments they were set to win. "Padraig told me a story in which he was leading by five after 54 holes, signed the wrong scorecard, and got disqualified," Rahm said.
What's in the bag?