The two former Miami Heat teammates will pursue their third NBA championship together after three years apart.
U.S. President Donald Trump ramped up his fight with the National Football League on Tuesday, calling on the popular league to ban players from kneeling in protest at games while the U.S. national anthem is played. "The NFL has all sorts of rules and regulations. The only way out for them is to
By Brendan Pierson and Jonathan Stempel (Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors on Tuesday charged 10 people, including four college basketball coaches and financial advisers, with bribery and fraud in connection with college recruiting. Those charged include Chuck Person, associate head coach at Auburn University
Most importantly, Milwaukee returns Giannis Antetokounmpo, whose next logical progression is as a viable MVP candidate.
U.S. House Republican Speaker Paul Ryan told journalists on Tuesday that athletes who protest during the national anthem have the right to do so, but that he believes such demonstrations should not take place during "The Star-Spangled Banner." "People are clearly within their rights to
Consider me the guy who still thinks Kyrie Irving might actually believe the world — his world — is flat.
(Editor's note: Please be advised that language in paragraph 6 may offend some readers) WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday applauded two National Football League teams that largely steered clear of controversy by standing for the national anthem at Monday night's game
By Alan Baldwin LONDON (Reuters) - French driver Pierre Gasly will make his Formula One debut at the Malaysian Grand Prix this weekend after being drafted in by the Toro Rosso team in place of under-performing Russian Daniil Kvyat. The Red Bull-owned team said the switch, for an unspecified number
By Katherine Davis-Young PHOENIX (Reuters) - Two National Football League teams largely steered clear of a controversy over national anthem protests that have ensnared U.S. President Donald Trump and threatened to damage the game's popularity, staging a "moment of unity" on Monday instead
Japan's Olympic committee (JOC) said on Tuesday it is looking forward to participating in next year's Pyeongchang Winter Games and that it is confident the event will be safe despite concerns over North Korea. With tensions on the Korean peninsula growing in the wake of a series of missile tests
Two British women bobsledders have kept alive their dream of competing at next year's Pyeongchang Olympics by raising the money they need after being told there was only enough funding for the men. Mica McNeill and team mate Mica Moore had appealed for 30,000 pounds ($40,425.00) to get to February
(The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of Monday's Major League Baseball games: Cubs 10, Cardinals 2 Jon Lester pitched six solid innings, and Kris Bryant and Javier Baez each bashed home runs as Chicago reduced its magic number for winning the National League Central to one. Lester (12-8) gave up
Amid dismal domestic ticket sales for February's Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, the Korea Federation of Banks said on Tuesday it will buy 1 billion won worth of briefs as part of its "social responsibility" efforts. Response to the first phase of ticket sales in South Korea earlier this
(The Sports Xchange) - When the Dallas Cowboys and the Arizona Cardinals get together, it is unwise to leave the stadium early or change the channel. The Cardinals won all four of those games, but the Cowboys stopped the streak with a 28-17 victory on Monday night at University of Phoenix Stadium.
The Cavaliers star tried (and failed) to lay one line of questioning to rest now and for the rest of the NBA season: free agency.
As expected, San Antonio Spurs coach joined the chorus of NBA owners, executives and players who took President Donald Trump to task.
(The Sports Xchange) - Vincent Lecavalier will become the second player in Tampa Bay Lightning history to have his number retired, the team announced on Monday. The Lightning will retire Lecavalier's No. 4 in a ceremony prior to the team's home game against the Los Angeles Kings on Feb. 10, 2018
(The Sports Xchange) - New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on Monday morning called President Donald Trump's comments over the weekend "just divisive." Trump lashed out while speaking at a political rally in Huntsville, Ala., on Friday night when he took on the NFL, and continued
By Andrew Both JERSEY CITY, New Jersey (Reuters) - The International team at this week's Presidents Cup will not follow in the footsteps of NFL players who responded to criticism from U.S. President Donald Trump by staging silent protests during the U.S. national anthem. Tony Johnstone, an assistant
(The Sports Xchange) - LeBron James met with the media on Monday and answered questions on a wide range of topics, including President Donald Trump without mentioning his name. James defended the protests at NFL games on Sunday in response to Trump attacking players through the weekend for kneeling
U.S. President Donald Trump kept up his verbal battle with the National Football League over players who drop to one knee during the national anthem, saying on Monday their acts of protest had nothing to do with racism. It is about respect for our Country, Flag and National Anthem.
By Rory Carroll PARK CITY, Utah (Reuters) - Athletes should feel free to express their political opinions during next February's Winter Games in Pyeongchang despite strict Olympic rules barring such demonstrations, the head of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) said on Monday. Referring
Britain's Prince Harry and American girlfriend Meghan Markle made their first formal public appearance together on Monday, with the couple holding hands and watching a wheelchair tennis match at the Invictus Games in Toronto. Markle, an actress who stars in the TV legal drama "Suits,"