LeBron James returned to the court Sunday in the Lakers' loss to the Bulls, and former teammate Patrick Beverley had something to say about it.
“I think it just revealed a layer of her character, of what she deems most important, and that’s always the kids.”
This isn't the Final Four anyone expected.
Sam Burns routed Cam Young in the finals of the Match Play, earning his fifth career PGA Tour title and $3.5 million.
Brooklyn Nets coach Jacque Vaughn all but confirmed that Ben Simmons is likely done for the season.
Celtics star Jaylen Brown says he could stop wearing his protective mask if he wanted to, but he gave a good reason why he'll likely continue to wear it.
Klay Thompson has no fear about Jordan Poole's ability to bounce back.
With the Cavaliers' win over the Rockets, Cleveland secured one of the top six seeds in the Eastern Conference. Donovan Mitchell shares his thoughts.
Terry was thrust into the interim coaching job after former coach Chris Beard was ousted from the program.
Ricky Barnes, 42, came into the week ranked 1,506 in the world and placed seventh, earning a spot in next week's Valero Texas Open.
Yahoo Sports writer Krysten Peek gives a preview of next week's Final Four matchups between San Diego State vs. FAU and UConn vs. Miami.
The FAU 7-footer hurt the Wildcats with 14 points, 13 rebounds and two blocks.
Tyler Reddick, who finished first at COTA Sunday after three overtimes, is among winners and losers of the season's first road race.
Blue bloods dominated last year’s Final Four. This year, it’s all about new blood.
The Mavericks were booed off their own court on Friday night, and star Luka Dončić said he’s not having fun playing anymore.
Will Levis has as strong of an arm and as powerful of a running style as can be found in a quarterback prospect, but he comes with plenty of risk.
Monday’s Elite Eight game is a rematch, but the Terrapins didn’t have Miller in the lineup back in November.
After beating the defending Masters champion in the consolation match, Rory McIlroy turned his attention to Augusta National.
There aren't many NHL players who can take Wild enforcer Ryan Reaves down. Smelling salts, however, registered a near-KO on Saturday night.
With a deferred payment, Ken Griffey Jr. will officially be the Reds’ fourth-highest-paid player in 2023