Buffalo pulled off the biggest upset of the NCAA men’s tournament so far, knocking out fourth-seeded Arizona in a game that became a blowout in the second half.
There shouldn’t be any good argument to be made for watching the NBA instead of March Madness on the first Thursday of the tournament, but here’s one: this ruthless dunk by LeBron, which feels like one of the most vicious things he’s done on the court in years.
Johnny McEntee—who first got our attention with his sweet tricks as a backup quarterback at UConn back in 2011 and more recently took the job of personal assistant to President Donald Trump—was reportedly fired from his White House gig because of a gambling problem.
Yesterday’s Champions League match between Bayern Munich and Besiktas experienced a brief interruption in the second half, courtesy of a friendly little kitty-cat scampering onto the pitch:
A few weeks after Major League Baseball announced a series of surface-level rule changes aimed at improving pace of play, Minor League Baseball has announced that it’ll start experimenting with something more significant. During extra-inning games this season, a runner will automatically be placed on second base to…
After marching to the Arizona State Capitol today to demand gun reform, a group of student protestors headed over to Gov. Doug Ducey’s office to deliver him a signed letter with their requests. The governor’s staff told the students that Ducey was unavailable and could not meet with them, but the protestors stuck…
Consider the above screenshot. DeAndre Jordan has just missed his second of two free throws. The Bulls—all five of them—are sticking around under the basket. The Clippers—all five of them—are either already heading down the court or getting ready to do so. Who gets the rebound here?
Unless you have a strong love of beefy minor-league catchers and/or guys who spent six years in the Phillies’ farm system without making it to Double-A, there’s no good reason for you to have heard of Willians Astudillo. Or, at least, there wasn’t until yesterday—when he pulled off this beautifully sneaky pickoff…
The first tournament run of Serena Williams’s comeback ended at the hands of a familiar opponent—her sister, Venus Williams, who defeated her 6-3, 6-4 tonight in the third round at Indian Wells.
Brandon Jennings started his 2017-18 season in China; this winter, he moved on to the D-League; one of his sharpest performances of the year, across all those leagues and locales, came tonight—in his first game of a 10-day NBA contract, back with the team that drafted him.
In the aftermath of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal, USA Gymnastics is now maintaining a public list of members who are currently serving suspensions.
Referee Ted Valentine will not be officiating the NCAA men’s tournament, which he says is retribution for turning his back on UNC’s Joel Berry during a January game in which the point guard wanted to argue a no-call.
At some point today, the question of how to celebrate International Women’s Day on social media was considered by the Clippers. The answer, somehow, was to play up the team’s new partnership with a dating app and use the trio of Ayn Rand, Maya Angelou, and Anne Frank to do so.
With three weeks until opening day, third baseman Mike Moustakas is reportedly finally signing a deal to stay in Kansas City. He’ll do so for just a fraction of what he was originally expected to bring in—a one-year, $5.5 million contract with $2.2 million in potential performance bonuses and a mutual option for a…
The question of what the Broncos will do with Aqib Talib is finally settled—after weeks of speculation, Denver has reportedly traded the veteran cornerback to the Rams in exchange for a fifth-round pick, as first reported by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and James Palmer.
Former LSU running back Derrius Guice said that one team used last week’s NFL Combine to ask him if he liked men, with another asking if his mother was a prostitute.
For a few glorious moments, this DeMar DeRozan dunk looked like it was going to be the game-winner in tonight’s Raptors-Pistons game. It would’ve been perfect—explosive and dramatic and from a guy who was on fire, with DeRozan on his way to 42 points and six assists:
Colorado and Arizona State got a little beef stewing in the closing moments of today’s Pac-12 Tournament game. Up by nine points with eight seconds to play on their way to the win, Buffaloes guard Tyler Bey went for a dunk, and the Sun Devils didn’t react too kindly.