Kyrie Irving was fined back in December, too, after he avoided meeting with reporters, who he described as "pawns."
The Lakers lost Anthony Davis and had no answers for the Clippers on Thursday night.
Massachusetts vs. Connecticut. Who takes it?
Luka Doncic said he wasn't himself with officials this season.
Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James is expected to miss the next three games and return next week for the team's final four regular season games, The Athletic reported Thursday. James was already expected to miss the next two games -- Thursday vs. the Los Angeles Clippers and Friday at Portland -- with Sunday's home game against the Phoenix Suns added to give the superstar more time to heal, per the report. The Lakers play two sets of back-to-back games next week, home vs. the Knicks and Houston, then on the road at Indiana and New Orleans to end the regular season.
A consulting firm estimated Hartford would save $9 million per year with the change.
LFA founder and CEO Ed Soares talks to Kevin Iole about his league's role in bringing top talent to professional MMA and how he continues to find elite fighters.
Geoff Neal plans to take time off from MMA to address health issues.
Michelle Waterson is in positive spirits following her loss to Marina Rodriguez in the UFC on ESPN 24 main event.
Star players rarely go out gracefully, but the future Hall of Famer's departure from Anaheim was especially uncomfortable.
Even if Medina Spirit is ultimately disqualified, it is unlikely that bets placed on the 2021 Kentucky Derby winning horse will be affected.
Steph once again put on a show at Chase Center on Saturday night.
DK Metcalf races 100m at the USATF Golden Games, live on Peacock.
Quail Hollow would always have held a special place in the Rory McIlroy story anyway, but now the North Carolina layout surely deserves a chapter all of its very own after this dramatic turnaround. At the course where he first broke his US duck 11 years ago, McIlroy returned for another emotional win that could well go on to hold as much resonance. With a 68 - and a huge fright on the 18th - McIlroy fended off a high quality and, at stages, tightly packed PGA Tour leaderboard to lift his first title in 19 months. He arrived here at 15th in the world - his lowest ranking since 2009 - and on the back of two missed cuts at the Players and the Masters. But he left that worrying mediocrity behind, with a 10-under total one-shot success over Mexican Abraham Ancer that hauls him back up into the world's top 10. And with the USPGA taking place next week at a course where he also has a back story - McIlroy won the same major by eight shots the last time it was held at Kiawah Island in 2012 - everything seems possible for the Northern Irishman again. Could a hat-trick of Quail Hollow crowns be followed by a third Wanamaker Trophy, as he finally ends his seven-year majorless run? For now, that question can wait as McIlroy celebrates his 28th professional win, yet his first as a dad. Cheered on all the way by a passionate crowd who cared not a jot about nationality, McIlroy plainly relished performing again in a rowdy arena. McIlroy hated playing in the sterile environs of the behind-closed-doors era.
Steph knows what the NBA wants, but he knows he can't say anything.
What did the draft analysts have to say about Sam Ehlinger?
If only it was that simple for the Minnesota Vikings to help get Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers outside of the division.
NEW YORK (AP) The NBA fined New Orleans Pelicans executive David Griffin $50,000 on Sunday for publicly criticizing officiating over how star Zion Williamson is handled and making comments the league considered detrimental. The decision came two days after Griffin, the Pelicans' executive vice president of basketball operations, spoke out strongly about his concerns on the amount of contact NBA referees allow Williamson to endure. Griffin said the Pelicans have told league officials many times that they feared Williamson was being exposed to injury because of the way defenders are allowed to play against the 6-foot-7, 284-pound forward.
If the Steelers want to keep Harris around for a while, Tomlin might consider sitting Harris down for a serious discussion.
Luca Vildoza was praised by Kobe Bryant a few years ago.