Though his playing time has diminished, J.J. Barea's role of elder statesman with the Mavericks has the ear of MVP candidate and fellow Spanish speaker Luka Doncic.
Cowboy hats, stale numbers and three-team "locks." This is the story of wiseguy parlay bettors and how their hustle might become a thing of the past.
Jack Eichel and the Sabres make a leap, and there's a new No. 1. Plus, we identify a shocking trend for every club -- some good, some not so good.
The FunPlus Phoenix mid laner, who is from South Korea, became the first-ever foreign player to qualify for residency in the LPL. He will remain with FunPlus Phoenix in 2020.
USC's copy was stolen, buried in a backyard then bounced around L.A. for 21 years before being mysteriously returned, and Simpson's was sold and hidden away in a bank vault.
Dallas has talent. Atlanta has a patient owner. Washington has ... a football team. Let's rank possible openings from 9-1.
Joe Burrow entered the season as an afterthought in the Heisman race. Now he's the clear front-runner to lift the trophy on Saturday night. Here's how he got there.
The Nuggets' big man isn't living up to MVP expectations, but he says there's nothing wrong with that just yet.
With an extended "family" of people and animals with his name, Tucker, the most accurate kicker in NFL history, has reached folk hero status. With Baltimore looking like a Super Bowl favorite, Tucker could get a few more things named after him.
In front of a massive screen, Jets defensive players take reps without the hits, and they've used it to prep for Lamar Jackson's Ravens.
One club needs a third baseman. The other needs pitching help and controllable players. Could a deal happen?
Now that Cole, Strasburg and Rendon are signed, where does that leave their new teams and the rest of MLB?
Teofimo Lopez has it all put together in the ring, but keeping it together outside of the squared circle has become a challenge.
Player-for-player swaps are rare in soccer but here are some trades, including Manchester United and Tottenham, we would make if we could.
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Tiger Woods carried himself and partner Justin Thomas to a 4 and 3 four-ball (best ball) victory on Thursday, a bright spot for a U.S. team that fell into a 4-1 hole on Day 1 of the Presidents Cup.
Tiger might have to play a lot more than he expected if the U.S. is going to overcome a disastrous first day at the Presidents Cup.
Free-agent third baseman Anthony Rendon has agreed to a seven-year, $245 million contract with the Los Angeles Angels, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
Tiger Woods carried himself and partner Justin Thomas to a 4 and 3 four-ball (best ball) victory on Thursday, a bright spot for a U.S. team struggling on Day 1 of the Presidents Cup.
Having already made amends with one former fan base in Los Angeles, Dwight Howard looked to patch up another old relationship Tuesday in Orlando.