The Rules of Golf strike again.
The PGA Championship will begin Thursday at Southern Hills Golf Club. Tiger Woods will be looking for his fifth PGA title.
Bleacher Report has a blockbuster trade idea for the Brooklyn Nets involving Ben Simmons.
Videos captured a heated exchange between two Phoenix Mercury stars during a timeout late in the first half of their loss to the Las Vegas Aces.
Kurt Busch's wife Ashley has filed for divorce from the NASCAR star saying their marriage is "irretrievably broken." Busch scored his first win at Kansas Speedway Sunday.
Rockies reporter Kelsey Wingert said on Instagram Wednesday she's "hanging in there," two days after she was struck in the head by a 95 mph foul ball.
St. Xavier grad Justin Thomas isn't pleased with how much golf fans are paying for beer at Southern Hills, which is hosting the 2022 PGA Championship.
Barring one or more settlements, Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson eventually will stand trial in 22 different cases with 22 different juries regarding claims made by 22 different massage therapists. Last week, Watson testified in one of the pre-trial depositions that a massage ended with the therapist crying, according to Brent Schrotenboer of USA Today. Watson [more]
Charles Barkley doesn't like San Francisco, and San Francisco doesn't like him, either.
Kevin Durant tweeted in response to Patrick Beverley's nuclear NBA commentary on ESPN.
It didnt take long for the intensity of the Western Conference finals between the Warriors and Dallas Mavericks to pick up.
Don't expect Don Cherry and Ron MacLean to repair their relationship anytime soon.
Charles Barkley is known for his outlandish takes about pretty much everything, but this one won't sit well with most Warriors fans.
One of the best moments from the Warriors' Game 1 win over the Mavericks came from a chaotic offensive possession.
Per usual, Draymond Green had his hands everywhere in Golden States defensive effort against the Dallas Mavericks.
The Warriors made things difficult for the Mavericks' star in Game 1.
In November, Klay Thompson made a bold proclamation that Steph Curry would love to see come true.
On the Bengals’ last play of Super Bowl LVI, receiver Ja'Marr Chase was open. He was open enough streaking down the right sideline on fourth-and-1 that he likely would’ve had a touchdown if the ball had been delivered to him. But as we all know, it wasn’t. Defensive tackle Aaron Donald made sure of that, [more]
Texas coach Steve Sarkisian normally plays it safe when he's speaking to the media or doing fan events. Not on Wednesday, though.
Nick Wright is pretty confident in his prediction, and gave reasoning behind it.