Isaiah Thomas got into it on Twitter with a Boston Celtics fan who said he was “butt hurt” over the trade that shipped him to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and wife Jane Skinner Goodell have made a donation to a scholarship fund created for the children of one of the soldiers slain in Niger earlier this month, per a tweet
Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens indicated Gordon Hayward has a “pretty positive” outlook after undergoing surgery earlier this week.
NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart on Friday indicated Marshawn Lynch will not face league discipline for sitting in the stands during Thursday’s Oakland Raiders-Kansas City Chiefs game after getting e
Paul Pierce wants to see more out of Joel Embiid this upcoming season.
The Golden State Warriors on Thursday formally introduced it’s Nike Classic Edition uniforms, new duds the team will debut on the road Friday night against the New Orleans Pelicans.
Snoop Dogg absolutely roasted LaVar Ball over how he put is son, Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball, “in the lion’s den.
Chris Long made well-earned headlines this week when announcing he will use his final 10 game checks to launch a new charity.
Deshaun Watson is receiving rave reviews for a stellar start to his NFL career due to his outstanding play on the field.
The cheers that erupted at TD Garden when a video message from Gordon Hayward played on the Jumbotron “meant the world” to the injured Boston Celtics star, says his agent.
Carmelo Anthony took to Twitter Thursday to post a cryptic message that for all intents and purposes has to be to interpreted as a potshot at the New York Knicks.
Mike Tyson claims he hated the iconic video game that bears his name — “Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out” when it was first released all the way back on Oct. 18, 1987.
A ground crew member for the JetBlue airline bears such a striking resemblance to Kobe Bryant that he’s becoming a veritable Internet sensation.
Tom Brady modestly avoided taking credit over how Matt Ryan worked on his footwork during the offseason by emulating him.
Former NBA commissioner David Stern harshly criticized Donald Trump when addressing the national anthem controversy afflicting primarily the NFL, saying the President’s tweets serve as a distra