LeBron James’ presence obviously already has and will continue to have a seismic impact upon the Los Angeles Lakers organization both on and off the court.
Bill Belichick not surprisingly had little time for questions about Rob Gronkowski’s relatively subpar start to the season, statistically speaking.
Jerry Jones has again come to the defense of Dak Prescott, arguing the third-year Dallas Cowboys quarterback has all the skills, tools and intangibles desired in a franchise quarterback.
Miami Heat president Pat Riley reportedly told the team’s players this week that he’s “pulling the plug” on any Jimmy Butler trade talks, according to Ira Winderman of the Sun
One might reasonably suspect that Le’Veon Bell may view James Conner as an adversary of sorts given how his running back counterpart is performing so well in his stead amid his ongoing holdout.
Kawhi Leonard, by all appearances, seems to be acclimating well to a new situation and team following his offseason trade to the Toronto Raptors.
The Boston Red Sox clubhouse not surprisingly was in an incredibly festive mood following Thursday’s 4-1 victory over the Houston Astros that punched the team’s ticket to the World Series.
The Los Angeles Lakers stumbled out of the gate with a season-opening loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Thursday night.
Things did not go as planned for the Chicago Cubs this season.
New York Knicks president Steve Mills denies the development of a rift with Kristaps Porzingis after the team declined to give him an extension by Monday’s deadline.
Kevin Love received a technical foul in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ season opener against the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night.
Kirk Cousins was responsible for the speech in the pregame huddle ahead of the Minnesota Vikings-Arizona Cardinals game last Sunday.
The Boston Red Sox can punch their ticket for the World Series in Thursday night’s Game 5 by closing out the Houston Astros in a dramatic and controversy-filled ALCS.
New York Giants president, CEO and co-owner John Mara made some headlines this week over some critical comments made about enigmatic wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
Jimmy Butler remains with the Minnesota Timberwolves despite an offseason trade demand that has sent the organization into a tailspin.