Sabalenka crowned Australian Open champion after epic three-set victory over Rybakina – latest reaction
The Bengals-Chiefs AFC championship game trash talk is getting embarrassing.
The statement came swiftly from lawyer Doug Wigdor. And it should be regarded by Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill as a clear warning. Wigdor, who represents former Panthers interim coach Steve Wilks, reacted sharply to the news that the Panthers had passed over Wilks for Frank Reich. “We are shocked and disturbed that after the incredible [more]
How on earth would Warren Sapp know if the Chicago Bears are trading Justin Fields?
Greg Papa breaks down how the 49ers can take advantage of one of the Eagles' biggest weaknesses in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.
Steve Kerr laid out a simple game plan before Friday's game, and for the most part, the players executed it flawlessly, resulting in a win.
Steve Platt was the nation's leading scorer for two seasons at Huntington University and still holds Indiana's collegiate points record today.
The Eagles know what to expect from Nick Bosa and the 49ers' defense on Sunday in the NFC Championship Game in Philadelphia.
Which team is winning Sunday's AFC Championship Game showdown between the Bengals and Chiefs? Julian Edelman has revealed his pick, and he explained it on the latest "Pardon My Take" podcast.
“This is ultimately what we want, right? That's why we play,” Sam Ryder said.
The Lakers could try to go after Bulls star Zach LaVine in what would be a blockbuster trade.
The Arizona Cardinals are busy lining up interviews with head coach candidates.
Brock Purdy's rookie season has been anything but typical, and the 49ers QB shared the biggest lesson he has learned so far.
Barnes was seen spitting on the ex-husband during last weekend's NFL playoff game.
ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay says he thinks the Houston Texans "will do everything they can" to trade with the Chicago Bears for the No. 1 pick.
Steph Curry scored a game-high 33 while Klay Thompson added 29 as the Warriors held off the Raptors on Friday night.
A New York Times feature on Kim's quick rise and quiet exit included some great tidbits on the former star.
After hitting multiple 3-pointers consecutively, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Steve Kerr lauds Jonathan Kuminga's timely 3-pointers against the Raptors.
Former NFL tight end Greg Olsen knew when he ascended to the No. 1 booth at Fox this year that the assignment would last until Tom Brady retires from playing and begins earning $37.5 million per year. Olsen gets it. But that doesn’t make him happy about it. “We all know the reality,” Olsen recently [more]
By Simon Briggs, Tennis Correspondent, in Melbourne