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
It could be argued that Bill Belichick has never exhibited any touchy-feely tendencies in his entire Hall of Fame coaching career.
“The Simpsons” will pay tribute to perhaps its most celebrated episode — at least among its myriad sports-themed entries — with an hour-long “comedic” documentary
Joel Embiid expressed extreme unhappiness earlier this week regarding the Philadelphia 76ers’ plan to place him on a minutes restriction.
New York mayor Bill de Blasio revealed it is “constitutionally impossible” impossible for him to cheer on the New York Yankees, even during their remarkable run through the postseason.
Teddy Bridgewater was cleared to return to Minnesota Vikings practice this week 14 months after suffering a horrific knee injury.
Colin Kaepernick’s attorney, Mark Geragos, proclaimed this week a “high degree of confidence” his client will prevail in a collusion grievance filed against NFL owners.
Carmelo Anthony has moved on from a disastrously frustrating tenure with the New York Knicks.
A Syracuse Orange fan who attempted to storm the Carrier Dome field following last Friday’s stunning 27-24 upset over the then-No.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman not surprisingly disagrees with the notion that NFL players should “stick to sports” because being “millionaire athletes” entitles
FOX Sports personality Skip Bayless is being roundly ripped on social media for using Gordon Hayward’s traumatic injury Tuesday night to take a potshot at LeBron James.
Alex Smith did not mince words bemoaning a hit by Mike Mitchell during the Kansas City Chiefs’ 19-13 loss to the Pittsbugh Steelers last Sunday, referring to what many have deemed a cheap shot