The Oklahoma City Thunder are out of cupcakes on their schedule until the season finale, and a win over the Clippers is a step in the right direction for the rest of the year.
A’ja Wilson, who led South Carolina to an unprecedented fourth straight SEC tournament title, is espnW’s national player of the year, while Notre Dame’s Muffet McGraw is coach of the year.
Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has earned the top spot in Joe Prince-Wright’s Premier League player power rankings. Check out the rest of the top five.
Antonio Conte speaks on the sudden death of Fiorentina captain Davide Astori, who Conte coached while managing the Italian national team.
The Angels phenom is drawing crowds to the Cactus League. But what do teammates and rival scouts think of Ohtani so far?
Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball took only five shots from the field, but head coach Luke Walton said his all-around impact made him “the best player on the floor” in Thursday’s 131-113 rout over the Heat.
The availability of biometric data seems to be a major win for fans’ experience of the game. But it also raises significant questions regarding the ethics of releasing that data, as well as the legal privacy issues involved. Here’s the latest.
And then there was one. With Sebastian Janikowski and the Raiders parting ways, Tom Brady is the last of the 2000 class to stick with his team.
The second weekend of the Six Nations Championship didn’t disappoint, but who caught the eye and who had a weekend to forget?