The Los Angeles City Council previously declared Aug. 24 “Kobe Bryant Day,” and on Wednesday, the city and the beloved NBA icon celebrated the tribute.
While there’s been no indication the NFL has asked her about it, Britney Spears mentioned during a recent interview she’d be interested in performing in the halftime show at Super Bowl LI
By Jason Rowan
James Harden is the NBA’s version of an enigma wrapped in a riddle.
The currently scraggly hair sprouting on the upper lips of Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas won’t make anyone forget NHL playoff beards, but the two PGA Tour golfers are doing the best they can
With autumn quickly approaching, it’s that time of the year for the popular sports-themed corn mazes to artistically carve up rural farmlands all across America.
Alex Rodriguez appears ready to move on from the world of baseball — to a certain extent — to embark upon a career in motivational speaking.
LeBron James is a longtime Dallas Cowboys fan, so the fact he recently sang the praises of two New York Giants wide receivers certainly is an interesting development.
When LeBron James triumphantly stepped off the plane in Ohio after leading the Cleveland Cavaliers back from a 3-1 series deficit to beat the Golden State Warriors, much was made of how he was wearin
The Minnesota Wild, after courting fan opinion, have announced that Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy” as the team’s official goal song in tribute to the recently departed and be
Tom Brady’s fitness company TB12 either vastly underestimated expected demand for its new vegan snack packs or the product has been selling like absolute hotcakes, as it has been reported that
Josh Norman didn’t mince his words in any way during a recent interview with ESPN The Magazine, upping the ante with his feud with Odell Beckham Jr.
Minnesota Timberwolves star Ricky Rubio insists he’s eager to mentor Kris Dunn, despite how the arrival of rookie point guard arguably undermined his position with the only NBA organization he&
Klay Thompson has a long road ahead of him as it pertains to dealing with the media given he’s admitted he’s already tired of fielding questions about the Golden State Warriors assembling
New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard has had to once again point out how even people who should know how to spell his unique last name can’t seem to get it right.
Ever since Peyton Manning started getting noticed for yelling “Omaha!” as he surveyed NFL defenses, fans have become fascinated with the often-oddball terms quarterbacks use when making c