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"Things are really bad right now."
"Michael Jordan and Jordan Brand will be donating $100 million over the next 10 years to organizations dedicated to ensuring racial equality, social justice and greater access to education."
Akiem Hicks had a lot to say about the NFL and Colin Kaepernick, but these four words strongly delivered the point.
Major League Baseball has rejected the Players Association’s proposal for a 114-game season and will not send a...
Ross has been viewed a first-round prospect for the 2021 NFL Draft.
"The motherfucker broke my window and I whooped his ass."
Windows at the College Football Hall of Fame were shattered, and "dozens of people were seen running in and grabbing items."
There's reportedly "growing support" for the 22-team NBA season plan.
Most of the NBA general managers would like the season to end no later than Oct. 1.
A man was arrested early Wednesday morning in San Diego after breaking into a Wells Fargo bank. He...
McClung was a viral sensation in high school for his incredible dunks.
Patrick Ewing is "under care and isolated at a local hospital," according to Georgetown.
Randy Woods to Dominique Wilkins: "I ain't no damn ball boy. I play on this team."
Not the best form on the push-ups either.
A coronavirus outbreak at the Bryant-Denny Stadium renovation site has resulted in 10 construction workers testing positive for COVID-19, and the number is feared to be much higher.
California and New York are home to many professional sports teams, so this is huge news.
"If any major league team wants an old man, I'm available!"- Bartolo Colon
"Did you hear all those cheers? I gotta press play on my speaker."
Taulia Tagovailoa, Tua's younger brother, will play for head coach Mike Locksley at Maryland. Locksley was the offensive coordinator at Alabama in 2018, with Tua at quarterback.
That tops new Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski, and the No. 1 overall pick (as well as Heisman winner and LSU national champion), Joe Burrow.