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The arena is a dirt oval. The gladiators have a steel-shoe on their boot that keeps them and their motorcycles balanced at high speeds. Every weekend, they t...

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The Latest 2023 MLB Playoff Race Predictions With 5 Weeks to Go

Can you believe we'll have an official, finalized 2023 MLB postseason bracket just five weeks from today? Feels like it was only yesterday that we were making…

Business & Finance | Business

Barstool Sports Founder Dave Portnoy Bought The Site Back For $1

The Barstool Sports founder had sold the site for $550M over the course of two transactions, the latter of which just closed in February.

Sports | Cycling

Men's world championships road race resumes after protest

Protesters halted the men's road race at the UCI World Championships for almost an hour on Sunday, stopping the peloton in its tracks after 80km.

Sports | Sports

Germany vs. Colombia Highlights | 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup

Check out the highlights as Germany and Colombia squared off in Group H of the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup matchup.

Sports | Cycling

Ice beats fire again as Vingegaard wins second Tour de France

Jonas Vingegaard was always in control as he won his second Tour de France title with an awe-inspiring display after mastering a swashbuckling Tadej Pogacar in what had threatened to be one of the greatest editions of the world’s biggest cycling race.

Sports | Golf

From Ben Hogan to Tiger Woods, golf's oldest major has produced some iconic champions

The cradle of golf has witnessed many of the finest performances in the game’s history. Gray skies, piercing rain, howling wind and a looming sense of history await any player who challenges the British Open.

Sports | Cycling

Tour de France team consider legal action after fan causes crash

Jumbo-Visma, the team of Tour de France leader Jonas Vingegaard, are considering pressing charges after a fan caused a massive crash during the 15th stage

Sports | Cycling

Tour de France 2023: Stage 15 | EXTENDED HIGHLIGHTS | 7/16/2023 | Cycling on NBC Sports

Watch highlights from Stage 15 of the 2023 Tour de France, a 179km ride from Les Gets to Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc. #NBCSports #Cycling #TourdeFrance» Subscri...

News | News

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel July 9, 2023

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel July 9, 2023 This week’s newsletter theme is “connections”.  It was prompted by the news that Israel is building infrastructure to establish the Jewish State as a communications and solar ener

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Drivers react to Chicago street course: 'It's so wild. It's almost surreal'

NASCAR officially hit the streets of Chicago for the first time Saturday. Here's what drivers said after running some laps.

Sports | Sports

Red Sox put 5-game winning streak on line vs. Twins

Everything is clicking for the Boston Red Sox, who have outscored their opponents 40-14 during their current five-game winning streak

Sports | Sports

Jo Adell hopes to help Angels sweep Cubs

Jo Adell is expected to start in right field on Thursday night when the Los Angeles Angels face the Chicago Cubs in Anaheim, Calif., with the hosts seeking a three-game sweep.

Sports | Sports

Behind Kyle Hendricks, Cubs get past Rays again

Kyle Hendricks allowed one run over five innings in his second 2023 start and Mike Tauchman's tiebreaking RBI single in the sixth made the Tampa Bay Rays pay for some shoddy defense, sending the host Chicago Cubs to a 2-1 victory on Tuesday night

Sports | Sports

Vintage Looks at the Indianapolis 500 - LIFE

When first looking at Alfred Eisenstaedt’s photos from the 1939 edition of the Indianapolis 500, it’s the nostalgia that comes at you fast. The race cars themselves really grab your eye. With their narrow bodies and open cockpits, the cars loo

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NBA playoffs: Nuggets overcome LeBron James' 40 for WCF sweep of Lakers, first-ever Finals trip

Nikola Jokic secured a record-breaking triple-double to continue Denver's remarkable postseason.

Sports | Sports

Vida Blue, the legendary Oakland A's pitcher, has died

Vida Blue, the legendary Oakland A's pitcher of the 1970s, passed away Saturday night, his family and the A's have confirmed. 

News | News

Vida Blue Has Died, and a Vision of America Died with Him

Vida Blue, one of the great pitchers of the 1970s and a mainstay of the three-time world champion Oakland Athletics of 1972-4, has died at the age of 73.

Sports | Sports

What do horses feel at the Kentucky Derby? Mostly fear and pain

US audiences will be sold a tale of horses battling for glory and adulation at Churchill Downs. But the actual story is far more disturbing

Humor | Humor

How to Talk to Your Children About Not Getting Involved With Sports

As a father of three, I don't take my responsibility to set a good example for my children lightly. The world can be a scary place for young people and they have a lot of questions. One thing I always try to make very clear to them is how important i

Sports | Sports

Britain's Most Violent Sport

The Atherstone Ball Game is without a doubt one of the craziest and most violent sports in the UK. Here is the 2023 Atherstone Ball Game, including the bruta...

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2023 Masters odds, picks and PGA Tour predictions

Analyzing the golf odds to win the 2023 Masters, with PGA Tour picks, predictions and best bets.

Politics | Donald Trump

Hirohito's Revenge: Japan Conquers America on Biden's Watch

Japan, the country responsible for the infamous sneak attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, defeated the United States on Tuesday to win the World Baseball Classic.

Sports | Sports

Austin Reaves in starting lineup pays off as Lakers hold off Suns

Anthony Davis scored 27 points, D'Angelo Russell added 26 and Austin Reaves finished with 25 as the Lakers held off the Phoenix Suns 122-111 at Crypto.com Arena.

Sports | Sports

Shaquille O'Neal Hospitalization Reason Revealed On Monday

Shaquille O'Neal caused concern for his health when he posted a photo of him in a hospital bed to Twitter on Sunday. He underwent a successful surgery to fix an issue with his hip.

Miscellaneous | Other Kinds of Whatnot

See the Optical Illusion Hidden in the MLB Logo

The silhouetted player in the MLB logo is ambiguous in more ways than one.

Sports | Sports

5 biggest decisions facing the NCAA men's tournament selection committee

Who will get the final No. 1 seed? Did Kansas cost itself the No. 1 overall on Saturday? The committee is facing some tough decisions on Sunday.

Sports | Sports

Deal between Packers-Jets for Aaron Rodgers 'essentially done'

A deal between the New York Jets and Green Bay Packers for Aaron Rodgers is "essentially done." Both sides are now waiting for Rodgers to turn his key and approve the deal.

Sports | Sports

Dodgers' Lux out for season with torn ACL

Trending News & Rumors for Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Soccer & More

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Patriots schedule 2023: Ranking New England's toughest opponents

The New England Patriots have one of the most grueling NFL schedules in 2023. Here's a look at their opponents, ranked in order of difficulty.

News | News

Brittney Griner urges the return of U.S. detainees abroad at NAACP Image Awards

In one of her first public appearances since her release from a Russian prison, Griner took the stage to thank everyone for their support and to remind the audience of those still detained abroad.

Sports | SPORTS

Report: Rodgers ends darkness retreat, future still uncertain

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers reportedly has finished his darkness retreat, leaving the Oregon facility on Wednesday.

Sports | Golf

Lee Trevino has a clever setup trick for making all short putts

In today's edition of Play Smart, we look at a tip from Lee Trevino on how to make all of your short putts.

Sports | Sports

Atherstone Ball Game 2023 takes place in the UK: Extended footage

Extended footage of the 823rd Atherstone Ball Game in Warwickshire this afternoon (February 21).The match, which always takes place on Shrove Tuesday, dates ...

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World Series champion, TV analyst Tim McCarver dies at 81

Tim McCarver, the Hall of Fame broadcaster and All-Star catcher who won two World Series titles with the Cardinals, has died at age 81.

Sports | SPORTS

Chris Kreider passes Mark Messier on Rangers' all-time goals list

Chris Kreider continues to cement himself in Rangers history.

Sports | Sports

Ranking Derek Carr’s top five possible landing spots

The Raiders released their former starting quarterback to avoid paying him more than $40 million in guaranteed money. Here are the teams who could try to sign him.

Sports | Sports

ESPN ranks White Sox rotation 7th best in MLB

ESPN hands the White Sox a generous 7th overall ranking in the best rotations in the league.

News | Antisemitism Watch

Mavs' Kyrie Irving Deleted Apology to Jewish Community for Promoting Antisemitic Film

According to both <a href="https://sports.yahoo.com/nba-fact-or-fiction-should-kyrie-irving-represent-the-nba-in-the-2023-all-star-game-201604902.html">Ben...

Sports | Golf

10 short-game rules that every golfer should follow

If you want to be a great golfer, you must have a reliable short game. Here are 10 rules every golfer should follow around the greens.

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

Lifeguard Luke Shepardson wins Hawaii surfing "Super Bowl"

HONOLULU (AP) — Luke Shepardson was declared the winner in one of the world’s most prestigious and storied surfing contests held in Hawaii over the weekend for the first time in seven years. Shepardson was declared the winner Sunday of The Eddie Aikau

Sports | Sports

NFL playoffs picks, predictions: Shocking upset in Divisional Round playoff games?

We predicted (and saw) some upsets in the Wild Card games of the NFL playoffs. We're predicting one huge upset in the Divisional Playoff games.

Sports | Sports

Ranking all 14 NFL playoff teams as Super Bowl LVII contenders

The NFL playoff field is set. Geoff Schwartz separates the contenders from the pretenders on the path to Super Bowl LVII.

Politics | Leftist Lies

Everything Is Racist Episode 5,723: The ‘violence’ of football is racist

An article by the Scientific American described the disproportionate affect of violence in football on black men. Twitter users responded.

Sports | Sports

Jim Harbaugh releases statement on NFL rumors, will coach at Michigan

Jim Harbaugh has formally acknowledged the NFL rumors once again, this time with an official statement through the football program. Harbaugh said on Thursday that he continues to plan on coaching Michigan into the 2023 season. “I am aware of the r

Sports | Sports

Damar Hamlin showing 'signs of improvement,' Buffalo Bills say

Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin remains hospitalized in critical condition but showed "signs of improvement" that were observed Tuesday and overnight into Wednesday, according to the team.

Sports | Sports

NFL mulling Bills-Bengals options, including not finishing game or pushing schedule into bye week before Super Bowl

Troy Vincent, the league's VP of operations, said during a conference call that all options are still on the table, with two likely results in play.

Sports | Sports

NFL power rankings Week 17: Green Bay Packers, Pittsburgh Steelers surge with victories

Many wrote off the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers earlier this season, but both teams are surging in our NFL power rankings.

Sports | Sports

CALCIO STORICO: The Most Brutal Ball Game on Earth

Subscribe here - https://barstool.link/DonnieWhile in Italy I had a chance to watch Calcio Storico, a sport played in Florence once a year that is best descr...

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MLB Announces Trevor Bauer's Suspension Has Been Reduced | FOX Sports Radio

Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Trevor Bauer has been reinstated by Major League Baseball and will have his suspension reduced to 194 games, MLB announced via press release Thursday evening.

Sports | Sports

Franco Harris, Hall of Fame Steelers running back dies at 72

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Eagles' Jalen Hurts uncertain to play Saturday vs. Cowboys

MVP candidate Jalen Hurts is uncertain to play Saturday against the Cowboys after spraining his right shoulder in Week 15.

Sports | Sports

NFL Week 15 winners, losers: Colts ruin 49ers' chances to grab NFC two seed

NBC Sports Bay Area lists the good, the bad and the ugly from Week 15 of the 2022 NFL season.

Sports | Sports

NFL playoff picture as Week 15 unfolds: Chiefs wrap up AFC West, but Cowboys need help to clinch

How NFL playoff picture and NFC and AFC standings look with Week 15 underway. Kansas City claims another AFC West crown as Dallas hopes for help.

Sports | Sports

Argentina wins World Cup on penalty kicks over France: Live updates

Get live updates and the latest news coverage on the 2022 final World Cup game. Follow highlights as Argentina beat France on penalty kicks.

Sports | Sports

Brittney Griner says she'll play in the upcoming WNBA season

In her first public statement since being freed from Russia, the two-time Olympic gold medalist says she'll play for her team, the Phoenix Mercury, when the season starts in May.

Sports | Sports

France takes on Argentina in the World Cup Final. Here's what you need to know.

The final game of the 2022 World Cup on Sunday is set to be its most thrilling. Defending champion France takes on Argentina as Lionel Messi seeks the one trophy missing from his glorious career.

Sports | Sports

MLB free agent rankings, updated signing prediction

After huge signings this month, here is an updated list of the best players left on the market, like Carlos Correa, Dansby Swanson and Carlos Rodón.

Sports | Sports

As the World Cup semifinals begin, it's the Fab Four goalkeepers leading the way

While attention at the World Cup has mostly been on stars like Argentina's Messi, Brazil's Neymar, and Portugal's Ronaldo, goalkeepers have also shined — especially for the final four teams.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Brittney Griner is free from Russia. Why are some people booing?

Salt Lake City is notoriously vicious toward Black athletes, but these jeers were something else.

Sports | Sports

Why do soccer players flop? Top 6 reasons soccer players flop

Soccer players flop and fake injuries as an attempt to draw a foul for the opposing team. A flop is an attempt to get the other team carded.

Sports | Sports

Morocco marches on - eliminating Portugal in the quarterfinals of the World Cup

Portugal was favored to win but Morocco's Cinderella tournament continues after their sensational 1-0 win over Portugal. Morocco is the first African nation to reach the semifinals of a World Cup.

Sports | Sports

Argentina beats the Netherlands in penalty kicks at the World Cup quarterfinals

Lionel Messi led Argentina to a quarterfinal victory over the Netherlands in a penalty kick shootout. Messi had a goal, an assist and scored in the shootout. Argentina will take on Croatia next.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Terry Bradshaw Show 'The Bradshaw Bunch' Canceled Due to Former NFL Star's Health

Terry Bradshaw's reality television show, "The Bradshaw Bunch," will not air Season 3 because of previous health concerns.

Sports | Sports

AP source: Rose Bowl clears way for 12-team CFP in 2024

Rose Bowl game organizers cleared the way for the College Football Playoff to expand to 12 teams starting in the 2024 season, informing CFP officials Wednesday they are willing to alter agreements to accommodate a new format to decide the national champio

Sports | Sports

Warriors-Mavericks first clash lives up to hype despite late controversy

The final score wasn't what the Warriors wanted, but these two teams gave fans a show in Dallas.

Sports | Sports

Odell Beckham Bowl? Cowboys, Giants may be playing for more than a win on Thanksgiving

Beckham is reportedly planning to meet with both the Cowboys and Giants after Thanksgiving. Who will win over the former Pro Bowl wideout?

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

CONFIRMED: Soccer Is the Greatest Threat to Freedom and Democracy

What happened: FIFA, the international soccer federation, refused to let the Danish national team practice in shirts promoting "human rights for all" at the World Cup, which begins later this month in Qatar.

Sports | Sports

Astros capture second World Series title in six seasons, finishing Phillies with dramatic moonshot

The Astros beat the Phillies in six games to win the World Series, thanks to Yordan Alvarez's 450-foot three-run home run in the clincher.

Sports | SPORTS

Kyrie Irving still won't apologize: 'I cannot be anti-Semitic'

Kyrie Irving still would not directly apologize Thursday for a social media post about an anti-Semitic film.

Sports | Sports

Qatar gives fans all-expenses-paid trips to sing at the World Cup ceremony

Up to 1,600 fans of qualifying teams will be put up for at least two weeks to join the opening ceremony and promote positive social media content about the soccer tournament and the host nation.

Sports | Sports

Verlander Ks 11 to lead Astros over Yankees 4-2 in ALCS

HOUSTON (AP) — When Justin Verlander was laboring and needed 45 pitches to get through...

Sports | Sports

Bruce Sutter, split-finger ace and Hall of Famer, dies at 69

When Bruce Sutter began experimenting with the split-fingered fastball, he wasn't looking for a path to Cooperstown. He was just hoping to save his career. “I wouldn’t be here without that pitch,” Sutter said shortly before his Hall of Fame induction in 2

Sports | Sports

Rams vs. Cowboys: 3 to Watch in Week 5

As the Los Angeles Rams prepare to take on the Dallas Cowboys in Week 5, Ram Digest highlights three players on whom Rams fans might want to keep watch.

News | The News

LA Lakers Close Comments for Instagram Post Announcing 'Pride Night'

The Los Angeles Lakers Instagram page inexplicably closed the comments for a post announcing the upcoming "Pride Night." 

Sports | Sports

5 teams are 0-2. Will any of them turn it around?

The Bengals were a clear candidate for regression this season, but they're also likely not as bad as they've played so far. Does any 0-2 team have a better chance to turn it around?

Sports | Sports

Trey Lance injury could be 'career wrecker' for 49ers QB, Trent Dilfer states

Former NFL quarterback Trent Dilfer is worried for Trey Lance's future with the 49ers after his season-ending ankle injury.

Sports | Sports

Maury Wills, Dodgers star and 1962 MVP, dead at 89

Maury Wills won three World Series championships with the Dodgers.

Sports | Sports

Pac-12 realignment, expansion live updates: 'More than a dozen' want to join conference

According to a report, 'more than a dozen' schools have inquired about joining the Pac-12 Conference in possible expansion.

Sports | Golf

Tiger Woods breaking Sam Snead's record? Don't bet against him, says Notah Begay

Will Tiger Woods break Sam Snead’s record? Don’t bet against him, says one of Woods’ longtime friends.

Politics | Gender Insanity

Atlantic writer wonders if boys have a biological advantage in sports or if girls just lack the support to reach their potential

Separating boys and girls in sports harms everyone.

Travel | Travel

10 PGA Tour stops you can play in 2022-23

You may not be able to hit it like the pros, but you can play at a number of the same courses.

News | News

Munich Massacre is reminder of worst side of mixing sports and politics

Fifty years on, it is important not only to acknowledge the Munich Massacre, but to learn from it.

Sports | Sports

College Football Week 1 Picks: Who Will Open With a Victory?

A big opening weekend is on tap for the sport, including Ohio State–Notre Dame, Georgia-Oregon, Utah-Florida and more.

Sports | Sports

Giants trim roster to 53: A look at 5 surprising cuts

The New York Giants trimmed their roster down to 53 men on Tuesday and that required quite a few surprising cuts.

Sports | Sports

Dodger broadcaster Vin Scully dies at age 94

"We have lost an icon," said Dodger President and CEO Stan Kasten. "Vin Scully was one of the greatest voices in all of sports."

Sports | My Sporting News

Vin Scully, iconic former Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster, dies at age 94

Former Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully died Tuesday at age 94, the team announced.

News | News

Who is Viktor Bout, the prisoner the U.S. may trade for Brittney Griner?

Bout is a Russian who was the world's most notorious arms dealer in the 1990s and early 2000s. He's serving a 25-year prison sentence in Illinois, but could be freed as part of a U.S.-Russia swap.

Sports | SPORTS

Mariners and Orioles in wild-card race thanks to insane win streaks

The Mariners, who have won 11 in a row, and the Orioles, winners of 10 straight, have played their way into the AL wild-card race.

Sports | Sports

Watch Florida golfer refuse to let approaching alligator ruin his concentration

Video shows Florida golfer refused to let an approaching 7-foot alligator foil his shot at 10th hole of Punta Gorda’s Heritage Landing. It happened June 26.

Sports | Golf

The U.S. Open’s tricky tee boxes are forcing players to make this adjustment

The par-3 11th hole requires little more than a sand wedge, but players are teeing the ball high and letting it fly. Here's why.

Sports | Sports

The hidden reason Olympic sledding is so dangerous

“Sled head” is about more than just crashes.Subscribe and turn on notifications ???? so you don't miss any videos: http://goo.gl/0bsAjO In recent years, the sl...

Sports | Sports

2022 Stanley Cup playoffs - Conference finals preview, matchups, predictions

We explore goalie confidence levels, key players and more with team-by-team breakdowns.

Sports | Sports

NHL defends no-goal call on Flames' Coleman: 'It was unanimous'

Despite what an angry, confused Calgary fan base thinks about Blake Coleman’s disallowed goal, the four men in charge of overturning it are convinced they got the call right.

Sports | Sports

Tanner Houck Fully Embracing Bullpen Role With Red Sox

Tanner Houck has embraced his bullpen role with the Red Sox putting together three solid outings, including Wednesday vs. the White Sox.

Sports | Sports

Soccer star Megan Rapinoe talks about finally gaining pay equality

U.S. women's soccer star Megan Rapinoe joins Jay Williams on The Limits to talk about the latest ruling that grants the U.S. women's national team an equal payday with their male counterparts.

Politics | Leftists Are Insane

Shock Horror: New York Yankees Player Makes 'Racist' Remark to Black Player!

There is so little racism today that racist incidents must be invented. Yankees batter Josh Donaldson's punishment will be a sign of how crazy our culture is.

Sports | Sports

Indianapolis 500 Facts

Why does the winner of the Indianapolis 500 drink milk afterward? Find out more as we run down nine facts about the greatest spectacle in racing.

Sports | Sports

Meet the 20 horses racing in Saturday's Kentucky Derby

This is the 20-horse field for the 2022 Kentucky Derby. The 148th running of the Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve takes place Saturday at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky.

Sports | Golf

The best way to practice if you want to get better quickly

There are lots of different ways to practice, and most of them will help you. But Dr. Greg Rose describes the best of all.

Sports | Sports

Top 10 Mi-Saison LNAH - Combats

Top 10 Mi-Saison LNAH - CombatsThomas Bellemare vs Gaby RochDavid Lacroix vs Hubert PoulinChris Cloutier vs Jean-François LafranceHubert Poulin vs Gaby RochG...

Sports | Sports

42 Facts About Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson broke the baseball color line in 1947 and became the first African American to play on a major sports team.

Sports | Sports

MLB overreactions: Five significant (or not!) takeaways from opening weekend

With just three or four games down and six months remaining, it’s premature but harmless to kick around what mattered most from the opening weekend.

Sports | Sports

15 Facts About The Masters Tournament

The Masters—one of four major championships in professional golf—is about more than just golf. It's about green jackets and pimento cheese sandwiches, too.

Sports | Sports

NFL Requiring All 32 Teams To Hire Female Or Minority Offensive Coach

The NFL is now requiring all 32 of its teams to hire either a minority or a female to their offensive staffs.

Sports | Sports

The Saudi Formula 1 race will go on despite a Houthi missile attack near the track

Missile and drone attacks by Houthi rebels targeted the Saudi Aramco oil facility in Jeddah — not far from the auto racetrack in the city.

Sports | Sports

Cardinals all-star pitcher Andrew Miller retires from MLB after 16 seasons - Sports Illustrated

The two-time All-Star revolutionized relief pitching, especially in the postseason.

Sports | Sports

Tom Brady changes mind on NFL retirement, will return to Buccaneers

Tom Brady stunned the NFL world Sunday when the seven-time Super Bowl champion announced he won't retire and instead will return to the Bucs.

Sports | Sports

Baseball is back, but prepare for some new rules

Baseball is back after the MLB and Major League Baseball Players Association agreed on an end to the MLB lockout. Here are the new rules in the CBA.

Sports | Sports

Calvin Ridley, Atlanta Falcons player, suspended indefinitely for gambling on NFL games

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley has been suspended indefinitely for gambling on NFL games during the 2021 season, the league announced Monday.

Sports | Sports

Sports world leads Russia boycotts after Ukraine invasion

The sports world leads Russia boycotts after Ukraine invasion.

Sports | Sports

NBA 2022: LeBron James holds back laughter during national anthem

LeBron James was caught on camera during the NBA All Star National Anthem performance. Find out what happened here.

Sports | Sports

MLB lockout: Spring training postponed until March 5

The reported deadline for an agreement before opening day is affected is Feb. 28.

Sports | Sports

Actually, the Bengals did address the offensive line ... just not well enough

The Bengals didn't ignore the offensive line the past few years. They just picked the wrong players there. That must change this offseason.

Sports | Golf

WATCH: Sam Ryder hits hole-in-one on 'party hole' 16th at Phoenix Open, causes pandemonium

The American sent the crowd in a beer-throwing frenzy.

Sports | Sports

Hall Of Fame QB Joe Montana: Tom Brady Is Not Done Playing Football

Hall of Fame NFL quarterback Joe Montana told TMZ over the weekend that he believes that Tom Brady is “crazy” to retire right now with the team that he has in Tampa Bay and that Brady is not done playing football.

Sports | Sports

IOC has effectively cleared the way for Russia to cheat forever

The original sin in the Kamila Valieva doping saga at the 2022 Olympics is that the IOC allowed Russia to compete in the first place.

Sports | Snowboarding/Skiing

Olympics freeski star Eileen Gu's delicate balancing act between China and the U.S.

Eileen Gu, who is expected to win three gold medals in Beijing, chose to represent China instead of the U.S. when she was 15.

Sports | SPORTS

Tom Brady Officially Announces Retirement From the NFL

Tom Brady makes his retirement official following 22 seasons in the NFL.

Sports | Sports

Tom Brady Finally Addresses Retirement Confusion During His Podcast

Tom Brady on Monday night finally broke his silence on the ongoing confusion surrounding his potential retirement from the NFL.

Sports | Sports

Logic, common sense point to a Tom Brady retirement

Tom Brady has said plenty this week about possibly retiring, after making it clear for a long time that he plans to play in 2022. One thing he said Monday night makes an inevitable decision to retire even more logical.Brady said on his Let’s Go! podcast t

Sports | Sports

Clemens, Schilling must find new road to Hall

While it was a great Tuesday night for legendary slugger David Ortiz, who was elected to the Hall of Fame on the first ballot, the news was not as good for other former Red Sox greats.
The controversial Hall of Fame candidacies of former Red Sox aces Curt

Sports | Sports

Why Charles Barkley is right in blasting Lakers for scapegoating Russell Westbrook, Frank Vogel

Russell Westbrook’s poor play has been a problem for the Lakers. It has not been THE problem for the Lakers.

Sports | Sports

China's app for Olympic athletes has security flaws, study finds - Axios

The security defect could imperil data security for those taking part in this year's Winter Games.

Sports | Sports

Dean Blandino says official committed crucial mistake during Cowboys vs. 49ers final play

The former VP of NFL officiating says that both sides hold blame, but the field umpire could have handled the situation better.

Politics | Woke Insanity

More Mascot Madness: The Next Target is the Vikings

The real agenda in complaining about sports team names, and ultimately forcing the renaming of the team, is to further the work of making Americans ashamed.

Sports | Sports

Ben Roethlisberger on Sunday's playoff game vs. the Chiefs: "We don't have a chance."

The veteran quarterback was candid and honest when assessing the Steelers' chances at an upset win against the Chiefs in a Wild Card game.

Sports | SPORTS

Mets retiring Keith Hernandez's No. 17 on July 9

Trending News & Rumors for Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Soccer & More

Humor | Funny Stuff

The Epic Prank John Madden Pulled on 'Saturday Night Live'

John Madden played a prank on producer Dick Ebersol in 1982 while hosting 'Saturday Night Live.'

Sports | Golf

Golf legend Lee Elder, first Black player to compete in the Masters, dies at 87

One of the most inspirational golfers of all time -- and a 2021 Masters honorary starter -- has died

Sports | Sports

Tiger Woods Reveals Major Changes To The Future Of His Golf Career After Car Accident

Tiger Woods revealed in an interview published on Monday that he will not return to being a full-time professional golfer on the PGA Tour and will instead selectively pick which tournaments that he wants to compete in.

Sports | Sports

Why the Seattle Seahawks Franchise Has Deteriorated

Colin Cowherd explains why he thinks the Seattle Seahawks have slowly deteriorated since their two Super Bowl appearances of 2014 and 2015.

Sports | Golf

One 'disturbing' habit holding back amateur golfers from getting better

Speaking at GOLF's Top 100 Teachers Summit, Matt Killen said there's 1 thing limiting amateurs from playing better golf. And it's an easy fix.