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Chris Sale Isn’t a Fan of Throwback Jerseys

White Sox ace Chris Sale didn't like the team's throwback jersey. As a result, he cut them up in protest.

U.S. Hurdler, Who’s Not Going to Rio, Breaks World Record

Kendra Harrison breaks 23-year-old record while Usain Bolt returns to action in London meet

NBA and WNBA Diverge at a Political Crossroads

While the NBA moves All-Star Game from Charlotte, the stars of the WNBA experience what’s at risk by speaking up in a time of crisis

Ivy League to Experiment With Kickoffs at 40-Yard Line

The conference is tinkering with the rules of football in the name of research and player safety.

Former Texans Running Back Foster Joins Miami Backfield

The injury-plagued Foster's move to the Dolphins, effectively completes a running back swap between Houston and Miami.

Henrik Stenson Wins the British Open

Henrik Stenson shot an 8-under 63 in the final round of the British Open to claim the Claret Jug.

Brock Lesnar Cuts His Own Path in WWE and UFC

Brock Lesnar made his return to MMA and overpowered his competition, signalling his return to the scene and re-establishing himself as singular, generational anomaly.

With Wade Headed to Chicago, the Heat Are Left in the Cold

It’s unsettled what Wade's departure means for Miami—the franchise with whom he will be synonymous long after he’s retired.

NHL Free Agency Starts With a Flurry of Moves

Islanders were central figures as they acquire Ladd and Chimera and lose Okposo and Nielsen

Umpire’s Overrule Sends Viktor Troicki Into a Tirade at Wimbledon

At Wimbledon on Thursday, Viktor Troicki lost his mind after a questionable call at a crucial moment in his second-round match on Court 17.

Montreal’s P.K. Subban Traded on Busy Day for NHL

Canadiens' star to Nashville for Shea Weber; Devils acquire Edmonton's Taylor Hall in deal

Andy Murray: A Cheerleader for British Tennis

Andy Murray, a former Wimbledon champion and the great British hope wherever he plays, has another job that he takes just as seriously: cheerleader.

A Look at the U.S. Men’s Olympic Gymnastics Team

Sam Mikulak, Alex Naddour, Chris Brooks, Jacob Dalton and John Orozco were selected for Rio

Roger Federer Remains the (Fan) Favorite at Wimbledon

This is late stage Roger Federer, where each sighting of his aesthetically perfect forehand is tempered by the knowledge it might be followed by a wildly off-target backhand

U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Trials: What to Watch

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A Long Night’s Journey Into the NBA

For some draft invitees like Skal Labissiere and Deontay Davis, the dream had to wait....and wait.

The Thunder Prove That No NBA Team Is Safe From Drastic Change

The Thunder sent Serge Ibaka, a vital component of the team’s Durant-Westbrook core, to the Orlando Magic in exchange for a collection of parts, including guard Victor Oladipo.

U.S. Men’s Gymnastics Trials: What to Watch

If there were any doubt that men’s and women’s gymnastics are different sports, just look at the United States.

George Mitchell Wants to Unite Americas With New Champions League

The former Senate Majority Leader is working with the sports rights agency to develop a tournament involving the best club teams throughout the Americas.

Shane Lowry Takes Advantage of Soft Conditions to Widen U.S. Open Lead

Shane Lowry took advantage of the cool and relatively soft conditions at Oakmont on Sunday morning to widen his U.S. Open lead to four strokes, heading into the final round.

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