NBA: Kings @ Pelicans - Feb 01
NBA: Kings @ Pelicans - Feb 01
Louis Nix's family confirmed his death after officials found his vehicle in a retention pond near his Jacksonville apartment on Saturday.
The NASCAR Cup Series hits its first intermediate track of the year at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
It had all looked so good, so recently. Jiangsu FC was one of the big names in Chinese soccer, and the reigning champion. But now the country's soccer league has been thrown into turmoil by news that the club will immediately cease operations.The announcement came from owner Suning Group over the weekend. The retailer says it wants to focus on its core business, leaving other assets at risk. Jiangsu says it hopes new backers could come in. Failing that, there will be a big hole to fill domestically, and in the Asian Champions League. Jiangsu celebrated its first title win in November.The squad included star Brazilian winger Alex Teixeira, signed for over $60 million. But there were signs of brewing trouble. Teixeira refused to sign a new contract, and the club's coach was reported to be departing.Such news sparked speculation about the club's financial viability. Now the fallout from Suning's move could also be felt far beyond China. The firm also owns top-level Italian club Inter Milan.
From Puerto Rico to Bradenton and Orlando to Tuscon, Arizona, players on the PGA, LPGA and Champions Tour paid tribute to Tiger Woods, who suffered a horrific car accident in California earlier this week and needed surgery to his multiple leg injuries sustained in the accident.
Mike Weir went on a back-nine birdie binge to take control of the Cologuard Classic. Phil Mickelson waded into the mud for the second straight day and will have to dig out of a deep hole if he’s going to make history. Weir shot a 5-under 67 to build a two-shot lead in the Cologuard Classic on Saturday, leaving Mickelson with a lot of ground to make up to win his third straight PGA Tour Champions start.
The first three winners of this NASCAR season have won a combined four career Cup races.
Noah Gragson had close to a 9-second lead, the outside lane wide open and the white flag waiting for him ahead. The JR Motorsports driver was on the verge of an elusive victory at Homestead-Miami Speedway. A fraction of a second earlier or later and Gragson would have cruised by and ended up in victory lane.
Chinese Super League champion Jiangsu FC announced Sunday it would “cease operations” with immediate effect, just three months after winning its first title. Nanjing-based Jiangsu, which is owned by retail giant Suning that also holds a majority stake in Italian league leader Inter Milan, said on social media that it hoped that a new backer could be found after the company pulled out. “Even though we are reluctant to part with the players who have won us the highest honors, and fans who have shared solidarity with the club, we have to regretfully make an announcement,” a Jiangsu FC statement said.
The highest point of Brandon Morrow's MLB career came with the Dodgers in 2017. The pitcher hopes to achieve even more in his second stint in L.A.
A controversial technical foul basically decided a Texas state high school basketball playoff game.
The No. 24 car won Sunday’s NASCAR Cup race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
After years of seeing a handful of drivers — the same guys, really — dominate NASCAR's top level nearly every week, the Cup Series is experiencing a little parity to start the season. William Byron was the third surprise winner through three races this season with his victory Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Byron joined Michael McDowell and Christopher Bell as unlikely winners to start this season.
What would possess a 43-year-old mother of four with a titanium plate in her neck to dive headfirst off a 33-foot-high platform into a swimming pool, hitting the water at nearly 35 mph?
Markieff Morris put on a show against the Golden State Warriors as the Lakers lean on players to make bigger contributions with Anthony Davis sidelined by an injury.
He received his offer after another quarterback recruit committed to Alabama.
Companies like MGM Resorts are encouraging guests to book lounge chairs, cabanas – and even pool access.
The Clippers are capable of beating the NBA's best teams, but against Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks they showed some of their weaknesses.
Exclusive: Nathan Kalman-Lamb, a lecturing fellow at Duke, shared the extent of the blowback he received after ESPN’s Dan Dakich read his personal details on air.
For the first time this season, there’s a new No. 2.
Fernando Tatis Jr. gets a full no-trade provision through 2028 as part of his $330 million, 14-year contract with the San Diego Padres. Tatis will give up a percentage of his salary to a company called Big League Advance as part of a contract in which he accepted an up-front payment several years ago.