The stars gather in Los Angeles, a team moves to Brooklyn, a commissioner shapes his legacy: we break down the 2012-2013 NBA season.
Jeremy Lin’s exodus from New York has secured Knicks owner James Dolan in the annals of the least popular sports-team owners. Here are a few other big, bad sportsmen.
After Amar’e Stoudemire smashed his hand through a fire extinguisher case following the New York Knicks’ loss to the Miami Heat in Game 2 of the NBA Playoffs, leaving him out of action for an untold number of games, TIME takes a …
Calvin Johnson, please be careful. The Lions’ wide receiver is the latest athlete to grace the cover of the Madden NFL video game, an honor fraught with peril.
There’s no NASCAR race this Sunday. Those good ole boys don’t race on Easter Sunday. I understand, but I’m a little disappointed. Last Sunday I spent the afternoon in front the flat panel shuttling between the NA race in …
It may appear a curious coincidence that Northwestern’s sports complex is located adjacent to one of the best hospitals in the Chicago area. But when your team acquires a nickname like the Cardiac Cats, it becomes a pleasant …
Baseball will now be lockout/strike-free from 1995 through 2016.
After 33 seasons as a big-league manager, and three World Series wins, the man who loves making pitching changes has given himself the hook.
This World Series is for the heartland.
One of the saddest, most jarring aspects of the 15-car accident that took the life of reigning Indy 500 champ Dan Wheldon on Sunday: before the race, some drivers saw bad things coming.
After a seven-hour meeting on Monday, the NBA and its players union could not agree to a labor deal, forcing commissioner David Stern to cancel the first two weeks of the regular season, which was scheduled to tip off on November 1.
When Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Jose Valverde whiffed Alex Rodriguez late Thursday night, ending Game 5 of the American League Division Series, the Yankees Stadium boos never seemed louder. And A-Rod never seemed smaller.
“Are You Ready For Some Football?” is no more.