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In his 15th season in the NBA, former Marquette star Dwyane Wade hasn't allowed Father Time or comedian and trash-talker Kevin Hart to slow him down.
Donovan Mitchell once admired the Thunder's stars, but he took it to them in Game 2.
LeBron James says he wasn't caught off guard by Allie LaForce's question regarding the death of Gregg Popovich's wife, Erin Popovich.
James Harden had just 12 points on 2-of-18 shooting, but Chris Paul picked up the slack with 27 to lead Houston to a 102-82 win and 2-0 series lead.
Abused athletes tell their difficult stories before Congress, say it's a systemic issue and hope 'changes are eventually going to be made.'
Brewers manager Craig Counsell discusses pitcher Junior Guerra's good start this season.
Though Sidney Crosby is now the Penguins' all-time playoff points leader, Mario Lemieux reached the previous mark in 45 fewer games.
LeBron James started the first quarter on fire, and his 46 points helped earn the Cavs Game 2.
Popovich and his wife, Erin, were married for four decades.
Colin Kaepernick already has a platform, so what exactly are companies waiting for? He has a contract with Nike, but the company hasn't featured him.
Bowling and trap results
Giancarlo Stanton can proclaim all he wants that the Bronx jeers he endures at Yankee Stadium don’t bother him, but his stats tell a different story.
The slugging first baseman hit yet another home run against the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday to power Milwaukee to a second straight 2-0 victory.
The Milwaukee Bucks returned home from Boston with a pair of losses to their name and a lot of questions to answer heading into this weekend.
A 6-year-old's efforts to grab a puck thrown from a Capitals player took three tries and captivated the world. Now, the Capitals' owner wants to meet her.
Jessica Lindstrom has been invited to participate in the Los Angeles Sparks' training camp next week.
In his third go-round with the team, the right-hander has been tremendous out of the bullpen thus far for manager Craig Counsell.
One big swing by Eric Thames was all the Brewers' offense could muster on Wednesday afternoon. And once again, it wound up being enough.
“This horse is a winner, and I love a winner,” Rob Gronkowski said on his blog. The horse, considered a long shot for the Kentucky Derby, has four of six races.
Winnipeg defenseman Josh Morrissey got away without a penalty for a cross-check to Wild forward Eric Staal's neck. But Wednesday he has a hearing with player safety.
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