NCAA Golden Boy Test Positive For COVID
Trevor Lawrence, junior quarterback for the No.1-ranked Clemson Tigers and front-runner for the Heisman…
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Doc's Bubble Just Burst
Doc Rivers has stepped down as coach of the LA Clippers in what chairman Steve Ballmer called a “mutual decision.”
The team fell well short of its championship expectations this season after acquiring All-Stars Kawhi Leonard and Paul George last summer in what…
Number 10 For the King
LeBron James is going to a 10th NBA Finals — and for the first time in a decade, so are the Los Angeles Lakers.
James punctuated his 27th career postseason triple-double with a big fourth quarter, powering the Lakers to a 117-107 victory over the Denver Nuggets to win…
Fly The W! NL Central Champs
There was no raucous champagne-filled celebration for the Cubs like in the past. Given the unique nature of this season, the carpet in the visitors’ clubhouse at Guaranteed Rate Field was saved from a heavy drenching and no plastic sheeting was required to protect the lockers.
And perhaps that…
Who You Got?
The boxing champion Manny Pacquiao will face former two-weight UFC champion Conor McGregor in the ring next year, part of proceeds from the fight going to coronavirus victims in the Philippines, Pacquiao’s office said on Saturday.
Both men are “getting ready for this one epic last boxing fight…
The NFL and America, Lost A Legend
Former Chicago Bears star Gale Sayers, considered one of the greatest running backs in the history of the NFL despite a career cut short by knee injuries, has died at age 77 after living with dementia.
Known as the “Kansas Comet,” Sayers was voted into the Pro Football Hall of…