The most notable part of this year’s Sweet 16 might be how many of men’s college basketball’s perennial juggernauts aren’t part of it.
Domantas Sabonis is putting up Wilt Chamberlain-like numbers for the Kings this season.
Colin Cowherd grouped the news of Michael Jordan selling the Charlotte Hornets with his baseball venture and returning to the Washington Wizards as failures.
Klay Thompson dismissed Dillon Brooks' antics following the Warriors' loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday night.
With LeBron James watching and Anthony Davis struggling, Austin Reaves finishes with a career-high 35 points in the Lakers' 111-105 win over the Magic.
Sergio Garcia responded to barbs thrown by Fred Couples while also adding that he plans on enjoying the Masters Champions Dinner.
The seven-time world champion posted an emotional Instagram prior to the Saudi Arabian GP weekend
Here is how much in earnings each player who made the cut took home from the 2023 Valspar Championship.
Several Kentucky basketball players will have big decisions to make, including Oscar Tshiebwe, Chris Livingston and Antonio Reeves.
The Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball team plays the Oregon Ducks Tuesday in the NIT quarterfinals. Here's how to watch the game.
The Warriors might end up on the wrong side of NBA history.
The Indiana Hoosiers are losing key players, but here are the potential returnees for the 2023-24 season.
For the sake of referees at every level of the game, the FA must hit Aleksandar Mitrovic with a minimum 10-match ban for his actions at Old Trafford in Fulham’s 3-1 loss to Manchester United. He placed his hands on referee Chris Kavanagh, and that is simply unacceptable.
Golden Bears head coach Ian Herbers feared for his team's safety "every time" they went on the ice.
Has George Karl ever even watched Joel Embiid play?
After his best finish in over a year and a half, Webb Simpson has parted ways with his longtime caddie, Paul Tesori.
Here's the latest Eagles mock draft roundup and the first since NFL free agency began last week. By Dave Zangaro
When the Los Angeles Lakers reached the final minutes of a tight game they desperately needed to win, the player with the ball in his hands on every possession Sunday night wasn't one of their superstars, but an undrafted second-year reserve guard who has made a career out of surpassing expectations. Austin Reaves took over, scoring the Lakers' last 10 points during the final 93 seconds of a 111-105 win over the Orlando Magic that breathed life into Los Angeles' flickering playoff hopes while LeBron James is out with a foot injury. “It's special,” Reaves said.
Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Poles thought he had the opportunity to do something "historically pretty cool," trade down twice in the NFL Draft. But it fell apart.
With KU’s 2022-23 season over, what will next year’s team look like?