Michael Jordan Says He "Can No Longer Stay Silent," Speaks Out On Police Shootings
The notoriously apolitical NBA legend tells ESPN site The Undefeated he is "saddened and frustrated by the divisive rhetoric and racial tensions."
The NCAA Wants Cities To Prove They Won't Discriminate Against LGBT People
The college sports association released a survey for for cities bidding to host games.
NFL Rookie Ezekiel Elliott Accused Of Assaulting His Girlfriend
The girlfriend of the former Ohio State star posted photos of bruises on Instagram Friday.
NBA Pulls 2017 All-Star Game From North Carolina Over Anti-LGBT Law
The three-day event likely will move to New Orleans, a top NBA journalist writes
St. Louis Cardinals Executive Who "Hacked" Houston Astros Sentenced To 46 Months In Prison
MLB could still decide to punish the Cardinals for the security breaches.
Our Long National Deflategate Nightmare Is Finally Over
Tom Brady announced on Facebook that he won't take his case to the U.S. Supreme Court. The players association, however, stated that it might continue the underlying challenge over the NFL commissioner's authority.
Here Are Some Of The Victims Of The Nice Attack
The attack during a Bastille Day celebration in the French city killed 85 people.
Alleged Draymond Green Victim Says Fight Began The Night Before
The Sunday morning altercation between the Warriors player and an MSU football player started at a campus dive bar on Friday night, the alleged victim said.
Tom Brady's Only Chance At Overturning Deflategate Suspension Is To Take It To The Supreme Court
At this point, the story is just about the particulars of labor law.
Miami Marlins Star Giancarlo Stanton Went Bonkers During The Home Run Derby
One of those baseballs is still waiting to land, probably.
Golden State Warriors Star Draymond Green Arrested For Assault
The Warriors say they are aware of the report.
San Antonio Spurs Forward Tim Duncan Retires After 19 Years In The NBA
The 40-year-old has quietly decided to hang it up.
Everything We Know About The Police Officers Killed In The Dallas Attack
Twelve officers were shot, five of them fatally, Thursday by a lone gunman, police said.
Everyone In Cleveland Plus Their Brother Showed Up For The Cavaliers Championship Parade
For many fans, it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Cleveland Cavaliers Fans Risked Death To Catch A Glimpse Of The Championship Parade
Do not click on this if you have a fear of heights.
LeBron James Breaks Down Crying After Leading Cavaliers To First Cleveland Championship Since 1964
It only took James two seasons to bring a championship to his home team.
Cleveland Cavaliers Win First NBA Championship In Franchise History In Game 7 Over Golden State Warriors
The Cavaliers will bring the city of Cleveland its first professional championship since 1964.