Sports | Surfing/Skating/SUPing

The Worst Wipeouts Ever

Why not watch people getting pounded in the surf from the comfort of your chair, is that wrong? Contains ouchy to the max.

Sports | Sports

All-NBA team voting’s actually high-stakes winners and losers - SBNation

The video of Klay Thompson’s reaction says it all. There was a lot at stake for marquee free agents this year.

Sports | SPORTS

The Adam Eaton/Todd Frazier feud continues

Adam Eaton and Todd Frazier don't like each other and haven't for years.

Sports | Golf

USGPA Championship 2019 round two tee times, including Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy

Defending champion Brooks Koepka made an inspired start at the PGA Championship with a dominant display that for several hours seemed destined to give him a big lead after the first round on Thursday.

Sports | Sports

Tigers fan who caught Albert Pujols ball 'treated like a garbage bag'

Tigers fan Ely Hydes caught Albert Pujols' milestone 2,000th RBI ball but did not give it to MLB, saying Tigers management treated him \

News | Standing With Israel

Polish swimmer refuses to coach Malaysian team over its Israel athlete ban

'There is no place for that in sport,' says Bart Kizierowski; PM justifies his country's stance, which has led to it being stripped of hosting major event

News | Good News!

Photo of final 2 Pittsburgh marathon finishers goes viral

Two strangers found strength in each other about halfway through Sunday’s Pittsburgh Marathon when they realized they would be the last to finish. Coming in at 7 hours, 22 minutes and 56 seconds, Jessica Robertson of Braddock and Laura Mazur of Ohio, who

Sports | Sports

The 10 Worst Contracts in Sports History

Negotiating a contract is challenging for both the individual and the front office. Teams want to pay as little as possible for the most future value, and players typically seek every possible dollar for their hard work in the past...

Sports | Sports

The best player ever to play for every MLB franchise

No professional sport in North America has a past as rich as baseball's. During the history of each MLB franchise, the following players represent each team's best.

Sports | Sports

Why the NFL Has Learned Not to Fear QBs Like Kyler Murray | The Huddle

Kyler Murray doesn’t fit the mold of an NFL quarterback, which is why he deserves a top pick.

Politics | PC Culture

If We Cancel Kate Smith, We Must Cancel The New York Yankees

The Yankees have banished Kate Smith to the dustbin for singing silly songs. Let's banish the Yankees for their decades of racism.

Sports | Golf

PGA Tour trainer: This is an underrated secret to hitting the ball longer - Golf

More strength isn't always the key to hitting your ball farther. In fact, it can often hurt you. Just ask this GOLF Top 100 Teacher.

Sports | My Sporting News

He's back: Tiger wins first Masters since 2005

Tiger Woods won the Masters for the fifth time, capturing his first major title in over a decade.

Sports | Sports

Magic Johnson's Resignation Could Open Door To LeBron James Trade

WIth Magic Johnson having resigned in Los Angeles, the Lakers could now be looking at an opportunity to turn their franchise around - starting by trading LeBron James.

Sports | Golf

2019 Masters: Best storylines, Tiger Woods' chances, Augusta secrets

This week we discuss the best storylines (that you haven't heard about) for the Masters, Tiger Woods's chances at Augusta National and more.

Sports | Sports

The Reds And Pirates Brawled After A Killer Home Run Stare Down

The Reds and Pirates started brawling when Chris Archer took exception to looking at his home run.

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

Children Who Participate In Team Sports May Have Healthier Brains, Study Finds

A recent study by neurologists at Washington University found that participating in team sports in childhood can improve brain structure, and may also lead to fewer instances of depression in boys as young as nine.

Sports | Sports

'Grateful' Gronkowski announces retirement

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement from the NFL on Sunday on social media.

Sports | Snowboarding/Skiing

European biathletes on US gun culture: 'I would not feel safe'

Some of the most skilled Olympian's who handle guns comment on the US's most recent shooting.

News | News

How Southern Cal athletics got caught in college admissions scandal

Admissions consultant William Singer allegedly worked with USC senior associate athletic director to get students admitted as walk-on athletes.

Sports | Surfing/Skating/SUPing

Four Pro Tips on How To Become A Better Surfer

Simple, valuable advice from four of the sport’s most elite coaches

News | News

Babe Ruth's Daughter, Julia Ruth Stevens, Dies at 102

Julia Ruth Stevens, who was adopted by Babe Ruth in 1930, has died

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

7 Israeli Companies Punching Above Their Weight In The Sports Tech Industry | Health News

In the fields of AR, video analysis, movement sensors, and broadcasting, the number of Israeli startups active in the sports tech sector has increased sharply.

Sports | Golf

Golf Mental Game Tips: What is your golf personality type? - Golf

Looking to improve your golf mental game? We've got some tips for you, and it all starts with understanding what personality type you are.

Politics | The War On Gender

WATCH: British Rapper Trolls Leftists By DESTROYING Women's Deadlift Record 'As A Woman'

British rapper Zuby conducted an experiment Tuesday on Twitter, challenging the new idea that there are no inherent gender differences by doing a live weightlifting demonstration where he, "identifying as a woman," broke the British women's deadlift

Sports | Golf

What you should copy—and what you definitely shouldn't—from a tour player - Golf Digest

For every feature of a tour player's game worth mimicking, there are several you should intentionally ignore

Sports | Sports

Lakers vs Rockets recap: The good, the bad, and the Ball | Lonzo Wire

The Lakers protected their home court and upset the Rockets behind monster nights from LeBron James and Brandon Ingram.

Sports | Sports

Don Newcombe, star pitcher linked to Dodgers' Brooklyn past, dies at 92 | MLB | Sporting News

Newcomb was the first MLB player to win the Rookie of the Year, MVP and Cy Young awards.

Sports | Surfing/Skating/SUPing

The 15 most common excuses for dropping in on fellow surfers

Taking off in front of a surfer who is riding a wave under priority is not a good thing to do. Drop-ins are an intolerable violation of the surf etiquette but still quite common these days.

Sports | Sports

Why all the LeBron James hype hasn't lived up to reality for Lakers

LeBron James has nothing to prove to anyone, but he has much to show to Laker fans, specifically getting them to the postseason and winning at least one series.

Politics | PC Culture

Major League Baseball Ditches 'Disabled List' Over Social Justice Concerns

Major League Baseball will replace the "disabled list" with the "injured list" for the 2019 season amid concerns that the term "disabled" was insensitive.

Sports | Sports

Biggest Winners and Losers from 2019 NBA Trade Deadline | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights

Anthony Davis did not get traded—to Los Angeles or anywhere else—ahead of Thursday's deadline. He was the biggest story of trade season, following his request last week, and that saga will now drag out until the summer...

Music | Music News

The best thing about the halftime show was everyone making fun of Maroon 5

There is no band more consistently, doggedly embarrassing in America than Maroon 5.

Miscellaneous | Other Kinds of Whatnot

What Happens to the Losing Team's Pre-Printed Championship Shirts?

Manufacturers and retailers produce and stock two sets of T-shirts, hats, and other merchandise, declaring each team the champ. Who gets the losing team's stuff?

Sports | SPORTS

Jackie Robinson turns 100 and MLB, New York City plan to party

Jackie Robinson, who became the first African American to play Major League Baseball breaking the color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers, turned 100 years old on Thursday.

Sports | Golf

The Wisdom of Johnny Miller: A collection of his most candid and provocative commentary - Golf Digest

As he prepares to sign off as NBC's lead golf analyst, Johnny Miller's words about his career and the game still resonate

Entertainment | Film

How shapeshifter Bill Belichick has beaten a league built for parity for 18 years

The New England Patriots head coach is an economics major, and his exploitation of market inefficiency has helped him dominate the NFL

Sports | Sports

Why I Love Playing A Violent Contact Sport

Women are hitting, smashing and barrelling through contact sports like roller derby like never before. Drawn to the thrill and camaraderie, they’re finding that consensual violence is its own kind of therapy.

Sports | Sports

NFL playoffs 2019: Social media reacts to controversial no-call in final minutes of Saints-Rams matchup

The Saints were not happy with the referees in the final minutes of their NFC Championship matchup with the Rams on Sunday.

Sports | Sports

Aaron Donald: Rams have plan to “get after” Drew Brees – ProFootballTalk

The last time the NFC championship game happened in the Superdome, a quarterback on the wrong side of 40 found himself battered, bruised, and nearly broken in two. This time, the same thing could be on the agenda -- absent an allegedly extra $10,000 induc

Business & Finance | Advertising/Marketing

Super Bowl ads: what you need to know leading up to the big game

Advertising and sport's biggest event of the year, the Super Bowl, is coming up (3 February) with a new batch of creative output from familiar and challenger brands. While most companies are still keeping their ads under wraps, we know a growing group of

Sports | Sports

Bob Costas Says He’s Done With NBC After 40 Years

The Peacock quietly is losing one of its most colorful, popular and sometimes controversial broadcasters. Forty years after he joined NBC, Bob Costas quietly confirmed today that he’ll no lon…

Sports | Sports

NHL Trade Deadline: Our Top 10 Must-Watch List

With now under six weeks until the Feb. 25 NHL Trade Deadline, we're taking a second look at the Top 10 trade options potentially available in the market.

Science & Technology | Tech

In 2018 the ticketing industry finally killed the “sold out” show

Jesse Lawrence Contributor Jesse Lawrence has been in media and tech for 20 years. Prior to TicketIQ, he worked at MediaMath and IAC. He started his career as a writer. More posts by this contributor The Golden Knights, live gambling and the future of liv

Science & Technology | TECH

This Sports Tech Startup Is Helping The Steelers Use Data and Analytics To Prevent Injuries

The Pittsburgh Steelers have been working with Silicon Valley startup Sparta Science this season in an effort to utilize machine learning and predictive analytics to prevent injuries. They are the 3rd NFL team to work with the sports tech company along wi

Sports | Golf

The best Golf Digest Podcasts of 2018 - Golf Digest

Listen again to a year of engaging discussions, fun arguments and exceptional reporting on the Golf Digest Podcast

Family & Parenting | Kids

Best Ski Resorts for Kids

Discover the best beginner ski resorts to get your kids in on the action and you on the slopes.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Cult-classic ‘The White Shadow’ still resonates 40 years later

Carver High School’s basketball team improbably had just advanced to the Los Angeles city championship game, and it was time to celebrate. The typical television fare of that era simply would have …

Sports | Sports

The Packers Are Broken and It's Time to Make Major Changes

The Packers ' season is over. It's done. The only thing left is the insertion of the fork. Minnesota beat Green Bay 24-17 on Sunday night, but it wasn't that close...

Sports | Sports

Breaking down the 20 new names on the Hall of Fame ballot

Mariano Rivera is a no-doubt first-ballot Hall of Famer. But how much support will the Cooperstown cases of Roy Halladay, Andy Pettitte and others get from voters?

Sports | Sports

NFL playoff predictor: Every team's playoff chances entering Week 11

Which NFL teams are most likely to make the playoffs heading into Week 11?

Sports | Sports

8 unbelievable stats from the NFL season's 1st half | theScore

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

Sports | Sports

The future looks bright for the Lakers - Los Angeles Times

Kobe Bryant makes a rare appearance and LeBron James is focal point, but Lonzo Ball and Josh Hart continue to grow.

Sports | Surfing/Skating/SUPing

How to adopt a proper surfing stance

A proper surf stance will help you maintain your balance, accelerate and brake, turn, and pull off nearly all surfing maneuvers.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Opinion | Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Bringing Concussions Out of the Darkness

I used to hide my suffering. But I’ve learned that brain injuries don’t have to be permanent.

Sports | Sports

All of the little things that cost the Dodgers Game 1

A slow double-play turn here. A missed pop-up there. They might not seem that big on their own, but add these miscues up and they're why L.A. is in an early World Series hole.

Sports | Cycling

The Unsung Story of Major Taylor Gets a Voice With Hennessy Cognac Campaign

The pioneering black cyclist dominated cycling at the turn of the century, but few know his name.

Sports | Sports

12 important thoughts on the Lakers vs. Rockets fight

Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo, and Brandon Ingram spent Saturday tossing haymakers. We break it down.

Sports | Sports

Dodgers, Red Sox meet in rematch from 1916

Bad luck and bad timing has prevented these two venerable franchises from meeting since then.

Sports | Golf

Simplify Your Tee Shots - Golf Digest

Get your swing on plane and feel the proper motion.

Sports | Sports

Vin Scully graciously declines Joe Buck's invitation - Los Angeles Times

Vin Scully in an NLCS cameo? Thanks, he says, but no thanks.

Sports | Sports

You Could Get Paid $25/Hour to Binge-Watch Sports

Watch sports. Get paid. Repeat.

History | History

Calling Good People "Racist" Isn't New: the Case of Ty Cobb

Ruining someone's name is very easy. So is calling them a "racist." Take the case of Ty Cobb, one of the greatest baseball players ever. Cobb is known as a r...

Sports | Sports

Red Sox-Yankees: The World Series of Insufferableness

Boston and New York meet in the postseason for the first time since that epic Red Sox comeback in 2004. Sports columnist Jason Gay apologizes to the rest of the country.

Sports | Sports

Sports Talk Radio Doesn't Want Women (But TV Does!)

Depending on the market, as much as 90 percent of sports talk radio listeners are men. Why aren't more women tuning in? The answer is more complicated than you might expect.

Sports | Golf

2018 Ryder Cup - The United States lost the Ryder Cup and now the second-guessing and drama have really begun

The U.S. had an ugly week in Paris. And since the event has ended, things have only gotten uglier. But this is what happens when either team loses -- second-guessing, bickering and drama.

Sports | Sports

Clay Matthews keeps getting screwed by the NFL roughing the passer rule - SBNation.com

Aaron Rodgers couldn’t draw the roughing call he inspired ...but Clay Matthews certainly did.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

New England Patriots Star Shares Western Wall Photo With Jewish High Holidays Message

New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman posted pictures of himself in Israel, including one praying at the Western Wall, on...

Politics | Op-Ed

Whining Serena Williams Is Tennis' Hillary Clinton | RealClearPolitics

Whining Serena Williams Is Tennis' Hillary Clinton | RealClearPolitics

Sports | My Sporting News

NFL bounces back from down TV ratings and Trump attacks with strong opening weekend

Despite repeated attacks by the president, the NFL had a pretty good weekend from the TV ratings perspective.

Sports | Sports

This wasn't #MeToo... It was just me, me, me. Sexism? No, Serena Williams was rightly punished | Daily Mail Online

MARTIN SAMUEL - CHIEF SPORTS WRITER: So Serena Williams has a daughter and a demanding job that she is brilliant at, but then so do a great many women.

Pets & Animals | Man's Best Friend

The New Dog Sport: A Dog’s Nose Work Is Never Done | The Outline

Nose work is a new sport in which dogs seek out specific scents. It’s also an opportunity to let dogs do what they do best.

News | News

‘He would be the first to kneel’: Pat Tillman exploited to attack Kaepernick, biographer says

The death of Pat Tillman has been used to strengthen political talking points since he was killed in 2004.

Sports | Golf

Hank Haney: When you should putt and when you should chip from off the green - Golf Digest

Hank Haney explains when you should keep your wedge in your bag from off the green. Here's a tip on how to learn the speed.

Sports | Sports

Predicting every NFL team’s 2018 record, Super Bowl champ

The upcoming NFL season will surprise us in ways we cannot imagine, yet we play the prediction game anyway. Here we present team-by-team records, how the playoffs will unfold and which team will take home the Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl LIII.

Sports | Sports

Ranking the 10 Greatest Dodgers Players of All Time | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights

Dozens of All-Stars and Hall of Famers have donned the Los Angeles Dodgers uniform throughout the franchise's long, illustrious history...

Sports | Sports

Scenes from Cooperstown, where the game is always good

While much discussion has centered on how to fix baseball, on Hall of Fame weekend, it seemed the game might not be broken after all.

Sports | Sports

Happy camper: An 87-year-old Cardinals fan helped remind Hall of Famers 'why we love this game'

Seventy-six years after he saw St. Louis beat the Athletics in Cooperstown, Cardinals fan John Anagnost returned to Doubleday Field to play alongside Hall of Famers. "He reminded us why we love this game," Tim McCarver says.

Sports | Golf

The British Open gave us a look at the new Tiger Woods reality

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland — The proof was there Sunday at Carnoustie. It stood out like the traditional Sunday red shirt Tiger Woods was wearing while fighting to...

Sports | Sports

Made in America: The greatest NBA players by state

This Independence Day, theScore is looking at the best athletes to come out of every state in each of the major sports. Only athletes born in that state were considered eligible, and the best were selected based on several areas of achievement.Made in Ame

Sports | Golf

Tiger Woods Working Down Checklist to Winning Again | Golf Channel

Tiger Woods has passed nearly every test in his latest comeback, and it now only seems like a matter of time before he puts it all together.

Sports | Sports

The 2018 Free-Agent Class No Longer Looks Poised to Change Baseball - The Ringer

If Bryce Harper, Clayton Kershaw, Josh Donaldson and others don’t rebound, and teams fail to spend big for another year, it could spell trouble for free agency as we know it

Sports | Surfing/Skating/SUPing

The funniest surfing memes of all time

Do you think surfing the web is a sport? Have you caught a wave with an ironing board? Take a look at the craziest and funniest memes about surfing and surfers.

Sports | Sports

Why The New Helmet Rule Could Make The NFL Unrecognizable

It's the 2018 season, December in Carolina, and the Panthers are in the postseason hunt. They are playing the division-leading Saints, and quarterback Cam Newton is scrambling...

Sports | Sports

We Timed Every Game. World Cup Stoppage Time Is Wildly Inaccurate.

The second half of Iran and Morocco’s tightly contested group match contained nothing too out of the ordinary by World Cup standards. Each side used all three s…

Sports | SPORTS

CBS will stream its NFL games on smartphones starting this season

CBS has extended its streaming deal with the NFL to 2022 and expanded the terms to include access on mobile devices through its CBS All Access subscription service.

Sports | Sports

Dodgers launch season-high seven home runs in 8–7 win to sweep Mets

Turner hits go-ahead extra-inning home run; Bellinger, Hernández each go deep twice

Health & Fitness | Health

Sports Injuries Quiz: From Sprains and Strains to Runner’s Knee and Tennis Elbow

Try this WebMD Quiz to test your knowledge of sports injuries -- from sprains and strains to runner’s knee and tennis elbow.

Sports | Sports

Ex-USA captain defends support of Mexico

Landon Donovan says he always had "a strong connection" to Mexico despite the bitter US rivalry.

Sports | Sports

Russia 2018 World Cup standings, scores, full schedule: Sweden, Belgium, England come away with three points

Follow along with scores, schedule and standings throughout the World Cup group stage and knockout round

Sports | Golf

Mickelson's misstep: No biggie, or end of golf as we know it?

Out of contention in the third round of the U.S. Open, Phil Mickelson made a stunning move that had announcers comparing him to John Daly and Roberto Duran.

News | News

World Cup 2018: 7 Jewish stories to watch

From a Jewish football coach and commentators to Israel-based players participating in the games, here is a primer on the competition opening this week

Sports | Sports

17 'unbreakable' baseball records

The saying, "Records are made to be broken," is about as old as the existence of sports records themselves. But in baseball, some achievements truly stretch the limits of that adage. Johnny Vander Meer's back-to-back no-hitters -- the second of which

Psychology | Personality

Beneath the Mask of Toughness: What I Lost on the Wrestling Mat

“For a long time, I thought wrestling had changed me. Yet wrestling did not erase my fear — it only made my body stronger, more the equal of my heart.” A former wrestler reflects on the strength the sport was able to give him — and the courage he

Sports | Surfing/Skating/SUPing

How Dangerous Is Surfing?

Every year, when the World Surf League releases its entries for the wipeout of the year awards, the same words pass across thousands of lips: ‘How on earth didn’t they die?!’ While there have been several high profile deaths over the past few decade

Sports | SPORTS

2019 Stanley Cup Odds: Lightning and Predators Listed as Early Betting Favorites

The 2017/18 NHL season did not end well for the Tampa Bay Lightning and Nashville Predators, with each of them getting eliminated in the playoffs at home in a Game 7...

Sports | Sports

Incredible Warriors plane pic shows Draymond Green with the real trophy

The trophies and rings are nice, but Draymond Green's real prize for winning the 2018 NBA title? A bag of sweet, sweet Flamin' Hot Cheetos.

Sports | Sports

Who Has the Edge at Every Position in the NBA Finals? | Bleacher Report

Is the fourth straight version of the NBA Finals clash between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers really as unbalanced as it seems at first blush? Though LeBron ...

News | The News

Powerful Photo: Braves Fan Hold Umbrella For Marine Corps JROTC Member On Memorial Day

A photo from an Atlanta Braves game is going viral online. The photo did not capture the action of the game, but instead, a random act of kindness on Memorial Day.

Sports | Sports

The house doesn’t always win: Las Vegas may lose millions on the Golden Knights

Betting on a home team was largely a new experience for Vegas locals. But they bought in early on the Golden Knights, despite the long odds.

Sports | Mixed Bag

Danica Patrick's racing career ends with Indianapolis 500 crash

Patrick crashed on lap 68. Her final NASCAR start also ended with a crash as she crashed out of the Daytona 500 in February.

Sports | Sports

Chris Long issues scorching statement ripping NFL anthem rule

The NFL owners passed a new rule concerning the national anthem on Wednesday morning, which says that players can choose not to be on the field during the anthem but those that are on the field must stand, among other things.

Sports | Sports

Can the Patriots use the new kickoff rules to their advantage?

NFL kickoffs are about to be drastically changed by new rules owners are expected to approve next week. Here’s a quick look at how they’ll change and how the Patriots could deal with it.

Sports | Sports

Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Palmer long wondered if he’s related to JFK. At 72, he learned the truth

Adopted in 1945 and raised in privilege, Palmer never thought too hard about his origins during his legendary MLB career. But his wife’s curiosity led to a discovery.

Sports | Sports

Ranking MLB's Best Pitching Rotations as the Season Heats Up | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights

One interesting early trend of the 2018 Major League Baseball season is the comeback of starting pitchers. They've cut their ERA from 4.49 in 2017 down to 4.22...

Sports | NBA

The Celtics shook off a 40-point LeBron triple-double to take a 2-0 lead

Through two games, LeBron's Cavs have been outhustled, outexecuted, outsmarted and roundly outperformed by a Celtics team that looks like it smells blood in the water.

Sports | Sports

The Warriors And Rockets Have Reinvented Modern NBA Defense. Yes, Defense.

HOUSTON — The NBA Finals are the crown jewel of the playoffs for obvious reasons, but it’d be hard to argue with anyone who views this vaunted Western Conferen…

Sports | Sports

This College Dropout Made Almost $1 Billion Betting on Horses. Now He's Finally Telling How He Did It

Beating the odds was so easy that when he won $13 million on a single horse race once, he never bothered to cash the ticket.

Sports | Sports

Oakland A’s Sean Manaea Pitches First No-Hitter Against Boston Red Sox in 25 Years

Left-hander Sean Manaea pitched the first no-hitter against Boston in 25 years, with an overturned call preserving the gem in Oakland’s 3-0 win over the Red Sox.

Sports | Sports

Re-picking every No. 1 NFL draft pick since 2000 | For The Win

Spoiler alert: Tom Brady is the new No. 1 pick in the 2000 NFL draft.

News | Good News

Meet the Arizona nurse who shocked the world by taking second place at the Boston Marathon

Sarah Sellers tells Moneyish how she raced past pros like Shalane Flanagan to take the $75,000 second-place prize at the 2018 Boston Marathon.

Sports | Sports

Everything you need to know about the binge-worthy NBA playoffs

Can Houston unseat Golden State? Is Cleveland a sleeping giant? The storylines are endless as we embark on the NBA's binge-worthy second season.

Sports | Sports

Benches clear twice in Red Sox-Yankees; 2 players, 1 coach ejected

Yankees designated hitter Tyler Austin and Red Sox pitcher Joe Kelly were ejected from Wednesday's game at Fenway Park, the result of the second benches-clearing scuffle on the night.

Sports | Sports

The White Sox ballpark in Chicago that never was and could have changed history - CBSSports.com

Things might have been very different for the Chicago White Sox

Sports | Sports

How fatigue shaped the NBA season, and what it means for the playoffs

The NBA made tweaks to reduce the negative effects for tired teams this year. That doesn't mean schedule losses went away.

Sports | Sports

Red Sox-Yankees: Why MLB players say Boston is 'the roughest'

It’s easy to group the Red Sox and Yankees, but no place in baseball is tougher on its own than Boston, according to players who experienced both.

Sports | Golf

Masters 2018: Patrick Reed's real problem might be that people just don't know him - Golf Digest

Patrick Reed's complicated public image could be a reflection of distance more than anything else.

Sports | Golf

Golf - Not for sale - The two homes Augusta National can't buy

Augusta National, home to the U.S. Masters, may be one of the most exclusive and powerful golf clubs in the world but even its mighty coffers do not hold enough money to convince two neighbouring homeowners to relocate.

Sports | Golf

Masters 2018: Let's dissect this photo of the Champions Dinner

We can't say for sure what was discussed, but we can draw some conclusions based on the photographic evidence.

Sports | Sports

Blackhawks Called In An Accountant As Emergency Goalie — And He Crushed It : The Two-Way : NPR

"The initial shock happened when I had to dress," Scott Foster said after the Blackhawks' 6-2 victory. "You just kind of black out after that."

Sports | Sports

The A's relationship with fans has reached a new low

The A's had an embarrassingly small crowd on Opening Day, but Dieter Kurtenbach writes that the fans aren't to blame.

Sports | SPORTS

Rusty Staub, beloved Mets icon, dead at 73 - NY Daily News

In every way, Rusty Staub, the beloved Mets' hitting icon, who passed away early Thursday morning at age 73, was bigger than life.

Sports | Sports

The 2018 MLB Preseason Power Rankings - The Ringer

Opening Day is almost upon us, and we’re here to tell you why Your Favorite Team isn’t as good as the Houston Astros

Sports | Sports

KKR Tickets - Kolkata Knight Riders T20 Cricket Matches | IPL 2018

Online ticket booking for Kolkata Knight Riders & see players like Dinesh Karthik, Andre Russell, Sunil Narine, Robin Uthappa playing at Eden Gardens Stadium in the Indian T20 Cricket Premier League 2018 matches against CSK, MI, RR, DD, KXIP, & RCB at Boo

Sports | Sports

7 reasons why this year's tournament has been the craziest ever

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

Sports | College Sports

Loyola Chicago's magical run continues with another late game-winner

Two days after Donte Ingram beat Miami with a 3-pointer at the buzzer, Clayton Custer's jumper took down Tennessee and sent Loyola Chicago to the Sweet 16.

Sports | College Sports

UMBC does the unthinkable, becoming the first 16 seed to beat a No. 1 seed

A No. 1 seed finally lost to a No. 16, with UMBC blowing out top overall seed Virginia and redefining NCAA tournament Cinderellas.

Sports | College Sports

Marshall upsets Wichita State, turning a March Madness hunter into the hunted

Wichita State exploded onto the national college basketball scene with a stunning Final Four run in 2013. On Friday, it lost as a favorite to Marshall.

Sports | Sports

5 MLB Sleepers That Will Help Win Your Fantasy Draft

Some very talented MLB players are about to wake up and show off serious fantasy value.

History | History

The Nazis fooled the world for 16 days in 1936—and we’re allowing it to happen again

It's worth remembering today, after North Korea's appearance at the Olympics, and as Russia and Qatar gear up for the World Cup.

Sports | College Sports

March Madness First-Round Upsets Leave Just 0.036% of ESPN Users’ Brackets Perfect

March has again descended into madness — with first-round upsets in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament putting the hurt on millions of fans’ brackets from the get-go. After the first 16 games of the Round of 64 concluded on Thursday, just 6,306 br

Sports | Sports

Loyola-Chicago recalls 1963 champions as it pulls off buzzer-beater win

On the 55th anniversary of Loyola-Chicago's "Game of Change," this year's squad made a memory of its own, pulling off a buzzer-beating upset of Miami in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Loyola's 98-year-old chaplain said she never had a doubt.

Sports | Sports

Charles Barkley’s breakup with Michael Jordan proves his greatness

It still pains Charles Barkley. He and Michael Jordan were once best friends, but they don’t speak anymore. “It’s disappointing and it hurts a lot,” Barkley said. A couple of years ago, Barkley sai…

Sports | SPORTS

Browns' wild 36-hour trading spree reportedly left other NFL teams 'stunned'

The Browns shocked pretty much everyone in the NFL with their rash of trades

Sports | Sports

The Origins of All 30 MLB Team Names

With the Major League Baseball season on the horizon, here's the breakdown of how the league's 30 teams got their names.

Sports | SPORTS

How All Of The NHL Teams Got Their Names

The latest news, analysis and stories from NHL.com, the official site of the National Hockey League

Science & Technology | Tech

Google and NCAA team up on March Madness AI competition with $100,000 in prizes | VentureBeat

Google and the NCAA have teamed up on a $100,000 competition to see who can predict the best March Madness outcomes with machine learning.

Sports | Sports

Why Is Tiny Norway Totally Dominating the Winter Olympics? - The Ringer

With a population of just more than 5 million people, Norway has lapped the U.S. in both gold and total medals. The lesson: Be rich and chill.

Sports | Sports

How did average American skier Elizabeth Swaney make Hungary's Olympic team?

Thanks to consistency in attending events and shortage of competitors, American Elizabeth Swaney made Hungary's Olympic ski team.

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NBA free agency: Klay Thompson wants to stay with the Warriors, but can they keep him? - SBNation.com

Golden State will soon be in a predicament similar to Oklahoma City. The Thunder traded James Harden. What will the Warriors do?