Each week during the 2020-21 NBA season, we will take a deeper dive into three of the league’s biggest storylines in an attempt to determine whether the trends are based more in fact or fiction moving forward.
German Alexander Zverev, who defeated claycourt specialists Rafa Nadal and Dominic Thiem en route to the final, lost his only set at this year's tournament to the 25-year-old before rallying for a 6-7(8) 6-4 6-3 win. Sascha won, not easily, but in two sets against Thiem and Rafa, and today (he) was struggling against me. Berrettini said he had his chances against world number six Zverev and he was brimming with confidence going into this week's ATP Masters event in Rome and the French Open starting at the end of the month.
Six years after he last tried to make an NFL roster, Tim Tebow is now in line to get another opportunity with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Tebow will be reuniting with his old college coach Urban Meyer.
The Packers have said they won't trade QB Aaron Rodgers, but the Broncos still believe there is a "real possibility" of getting something done for the MVP.
Karl-Anthony Towns trade possibilities and Alex Rodriguez's impact on the Timberwolves with Jon Krawczynski and Michael Scotto on HoopsHype.
Edinson Cavani has signed a new contract at Manchester United, as El Matador will be hanging around in the Premier League for a little longer.
With one week to go, the NBA playoff picture is still fuzzy.
Here's an early look at the Browns defensive depth chart after the draft
The Packers will have Kurt Benkert and Chad Kelly in on a tryout basis during rookie minicamp.
Do you want the Minnesota Vikings to sign free agent wide receiver Dede Westbrook, who was previously with the Jaguars?
The U.S. team got the win everyone predicted. Captain Nathaniel Crosby received the proper curtain call. And Seminole Golf Club dazzled.
The 49ers saw no need to correct the Mac Jones chatter.
Joey Alfieri ranks each playoff team's chances of winning the Stanley Cup in 2021. (Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports)
The Kansas City Chiefs moved up two spots since last year's list from Forbes.
Rory McIlroy won the Wells Fargo Championship for the third time in his career and, with it, nearly $1.5 million.
Phil Mickelson opened with a 64 at the Wells Fargo Championship, but stumbled through rounds of 75-76-76 over the next three days.
It pays to play well on the PGA Tour, folks. Just ask Rory McIlroy.
After a couple of years on top, the Dodgers are scuffling. That means a team under new leadership makes a surprise run to the No. 1 spot.
Star players rarely go out gracefully, but the future Hall of Famer's departure from Anaheim was especially uncomfortable.