The end of the road may be near for Drew Brees.
The Deshaun Watson situation in Houston is starting to get ugly.
Deshaun Watson wants out of Houston by all indications, and there is one AFC team he would like to be traded to.
In only his third season in the NBA, Dallas Mavericks guard Luka Doncic has already surpassed Michael Jordan in one category.
James Harden is one of the premier scorers in the league, and a player that has the ability to score from anywhere on the court. He is equally adept at passing the ball, possessing the vision to set up his wide-open teammates for easy baskets. All of James Harden’s skills were reflected in his legendary, triple-double debut with the Brooklyn Nets. It seemed as if Harden’s already developed some chemistry with his teammates.
The Memphis Grizzlies will be without big man Jonas Valanciunas for Monday's game against the Phoenix Suns.
Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller will be a part of the "Celebrating America" television program on Inauguration Day.
Saturday night’s loss to the Bills was Mike Macdonald’s final game as the Ravens’ linebackers coach.
According to agent Rick Curran, veteran forward Jason Spezza will retire if another NHL team claims him off the waiver wire.
The Toronto Maple Leafs put two players on waivers Sunday, which included Spezza and No. 3 goalie Aaron Dell. They had to make some roster changes due to the knee injury Nick RObertson suffered.
The 37-year-old is currently playing for a league minimum of $700,000 to play for his hometown team in Toronto, and he would like to finish his career there. He has no intention of playing anywhere else.
The North Division has not disappointed through four days of action. We've seen thrilling overtime, heated physicality, and the storylines we've been waiting months to talk about are beginning to unfold.
Keith Yandle's ironman streak will continue for another day.
Nebraska men's basketball coach Fred Hoiberg announced Sunday he has tested positive for COVID-19 and the program said it would continue to pause activities for a minimum of seven more days.
NBA and basketball fans, in general, found a very weird situation in college basketball in recent days when a live broadcast caught something that didn’t seem to be possible for plenty of people.
Against a difficult financial backdrop, in the midst of a global pandemic, the NCAA is going to try something unprecedented.
The Marcell Ozuna free agency market was reported to be picking up last week, but it does not seem as if the Atlanta Braves are involved.
No other free agent for 2020-21 can match the October pedigree of George Springer, whose 19 career postseason home runs are tied for the fourth most in history. That included four dingers in the '20 postseason for Springer, who was one of the few Astros who hovered near his expected level of play, based on years past, during the regular season (140 OPS+, 14 homers in 222 plate appearances). Now, the lifelong Astro is set to test the free-agent market for the first time as one of the premier offensive players available.
Even after reaching agreements with DJ LeMahieu and Corey Kluber, the Yankees are still hoping to round out the roster. New York is looking for pitching depth, hears Buster Olney of ESPN, with a “third-tier starter” or relief help most likely. Olney also adds that the Yankees would still like to bring back outfielder Brett Gardner, who has spent his entire career to date in pinstripes.
Lionel Messi received the first red card of his Barcelona career on Sunday after being given his marching orders in the Catalan giants’ 3-2 defeat to Athletic Club in the final of the Spanish Super Cup.
Nicolo Schira is reporting that AC Milan and Parma have an agreement for the transfer of right back Andrea Conti on a loan with an obligation to buy for 7 million euros. The right back has fallen behind Calabria and Dalot in the pecking order and states that only the consent of the player is missing for the deal to be closed.
Jaguars coach Urban Meyer, who has no NFL playing or coaching experience, has hired a right-hand man who has (checks notes) no NFL playing or coaching experience, either.
The Philadelphia Eagles coaching search continues to spread its wings far and wide.
The Pittsburgh Steelers suffered an ignominious defeat at the hands of the Cleveland Browns last week in the Wild Card round of the NFL Playoffs. Soon thereafter, the team’s offensive coordinator was let go, and on Saturday it was announced who would take his place:
The Miami Heat were linked with a move for James Harden at some point after the Houston Rockets player revealed his intentions of leaving the team. The Heat were one of the teams interested in a move for the player but things fell apart due to the Rockets’ demands.
The Indiana Pacers announced that guard Caris LeVert is out indefinitely after an MRI showed a small mass on his left kidney during a physical.
Have we all been duped? Did Jame Harden just play us all for fools?