On Sunday night, the TNT cameras caught Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah exchanging words with someone — presumably a Miami Heat fan — while he was sitting on the bench, during the first quarter of Game 3 of the Eastern …
The NBA’s all-time leading scorer, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, thinks the Lakers should honor him with a Staples Center statue. They should, to remind basketball players about a shot they are squandering
Rick Welts, president and CEO of the Phoenix Suns, rocked the NBA and the sporting world when he announced that he is gay. Soon after, he spoke to TIME about the reasoning behind his decision
The tragic death of New York Rangers forward Derek Boogaard shocked the National Hockey League. Now, sports fans are left to wonder: did the violent nature of Boogaard’s game play a role in his demise?
A Canadian team hasn’t won the Stanley Cup in nearly 20 years. Why the last Northern team standing in this year’s playoffs, the Vancouver Canucks, are worth rooting for
At one time, the golf world feared Tiger Woods. But these days, taking verbal shots at the struggling legend is a popular sport.
There will be a new NBA champion this season. Too bad the old one went out like a loser.
The U.S. and Canada are among the few countries that let horses take a performance-enhancing drug on race day. Why this practice is hurting horse racing and should be stopped
The Bowl Championship Series (BCS), that college football oligarchy that stands in the way of a long-desired college football playoff, is facing its biggest threat: the Department of Justice.
It may have been surprising that Minnesota Twins pitcher Franciso Liriano, who entered Monday night’s game against the Chicago White Sox with a 9.13 ERA, was the man who threw the first no-hitter of the 2011 baseball season.
On Monday, Boston University’s Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy announced that Dave Duerson, the former star NFL defensive back who committed suicide on February 17, was suffering from a moderately advanced case …
Colleges play silly games to meet Title IX requirements for gender equity in sports. Wouldn’t it be simpler if the NCAA just recognized competitive cheerleading as a sport?
ESPN can broadcast as many uncomfortable episodes of “Jon Gruden’s QB Camp” that it wants (why any agent would permit a prospect to subject himself to nationally-televised awkward conversations with an ex-NFL coach is beyond me).