The fans booed LeBron James last night in Cleveland.
NBA fans, repeat after me: the Boston Celtics have four All-Stars, and Shaq. The Boston Celtics have four All-Stars, and Shaq. The Boston Celtics have four All-Stars . . . and friggin’ Shaq.
At 12:01 a.m this morning, the biggest free-agent season in sports history began, guaranteeing that the NBA landscape will be torn apart and rearranged. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Amare Stoudemire, Chris Bosh and a collection of …
Well, we got what we wanted. And tonight’s Game 7 between the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics is just what this series needed: one last chance to mint this year’s Finals as one of the greats.
It was the perfect game that wasn’t. Umpire Jim Joyce mistakenly ruined Armando Galarraga’s perfect game with a bad call. TIME takes a look at other refs who changed the course of sports history with bad calls
Ah, Lakers-Celtics. The matchup between the two dynastic franchises from Los Angeles and Boston, who will be squaring off in the NBA Finals for the 12th time, brings back so many memories.
Which group of athletes have the most reason to be peeved this morning? A bunch of tall guys colloquially known as the “Boston Celtics.”
As Michael Jordan takes his proper place in the Basketball Hall of Fame on Sept. 11, TIME looks back at the moments that made him one of the greatest athletes of the 20th century
Michael Vick went from playing quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons to serving time on dogfighting charges. But now that Vick’s out of jail, the Philadelphia Eagles are offering him a second chance
The bands. The buzzer-beaters. The unproductive offices. Must be the start of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. To mark this year’s edition, we scoured the record books to select the 10 best first round upsets in tournament history