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Jabari Parker Is Down, and So Is the 2014 Draft Class

Milwaukee Bucks rookie Jabari Parker will miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL. But besides the obvious loss to the Bucks, Parker’s injury is yet another blow to the once-hyped 2014 draft class.

How a Full-Time Fantasy Sports Professional Hit the Jackpot

A full-time fantasy-sports player profiled by The Wall Street Journal in 2013 won a $1 million football tournament last week.

Johnny Football Deflated, Andrew Luck’s Trash Talk and Chris Christie’s High-Fives: Podcast

Johnny Manziel’s deflating debut, Andrew Luck’s perplexing trash talk and the etiquette on eating gingerbread houses.

Johnny Be Not Very Good

It was never going to be easy for Manziel, but Sunday was a downright debacle, as he had not just one of the worst starts of this NFL season, but in NFL history.

Run of Dominance Continues for the New England Patriots

After a dominant 41-13 victory over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, the New England Patriots clinched the AFC East division title for the sixth-straight season.

Kobe Is Defiant, Outspoken and Little Mean. And Fans Love It.

The more the Los Angeles Lakers struggle, the more Bryant has not been afraid to speak his mind.

No. 1 Kentucky Loses Junior Poythress to Torn ACL

An injury to a key starter is worrisome for John Calipari's Wildcats who had successfully been using platoon system.

Johnny Manziel’s Moment: Sports Retort Podcast

Jason Gay joins the Sports Retort as he prepares for Johnny Manziel’s first start in Cleveland and tells of watching the royals meet Beyoncé and Jay-Z.

College Football Pick of the Week: Army vs. Navy

Army takes on Navy in the lone FBS college-football game this weekend. PredictionMachine breaks down the game.

Warner Scores Emotional Century Against India

As the devastated Australian team returned to the field to play for the first time since Phillip Hughes ’s death, David Warner played what could become one of the most memorable of test innings given the circumstances, scoring 145 off just 163 balls.

College Football Playoff and Why the Royals Are a Nets Gain: Podcast

Breaking down the College Football Playoff, Jim Harbaugh’s coaching options and William and Kate’s royally late arrival to a Nets game.

College Football Playoff Leaves TCU, Baylor on the Outside

Someone was going to complain about the College Football Playoff, no matter what. There are too many teams, and too many of them good—or arguably good, even—for every fanbase to feel satisfied with the final result.

2018 Winter Olympics Organizers Stand Firm on Korean Venues

South Korean organizers of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang shrugged off the idea that some events may be staged out of the host country.

Keeping Players Out of Trouble

In a WSJ Live video segment, National Basketball Players Association executive vice president of strategy and development Chrysa Chin joined Moneybeat to discuss how the union prepares players to deal with the modern spotlight, especially at such a young age.

Tiger’s Game Gets Lost in the Woods

With a series of errant shots and bungled chips, the former world No. 1 finishes in last place in his much-anticipated return to golf.

Week 14: NFL Playoff Probabilities

Based on 20,000 simulations of the remainder of the NFL season, here is each NFL team's projected final record, plus its chances of making the playoffs and the Super Bowl.

College Football Pick of the Week: Wisconsin vs. Ohio State

Wisconsin and Ohio State meet in Indianapolis for the Big Ten Conference Championship Game on Saturday. PredictionMachine breaks down the matchup.

College Football’s League Championships Actually Matter: Podcast

The latest Sports Retort handicaps college football’s league title games to see just how much chaos to expect and sorts out Jim Harbaugh’s job options.

The Philadelphia 76ers Finally Win a Game

The Philadelphia 76ers came away with a win, an achievement so remarkable that even other NBA teams couldn’t help but weigh in on it

TCU Rises, Florida State Falls in College Football Playoff Rankings

Alabama and Oregon hold the top two spots in the latest College Football Playoff rankings. But TCU and Florida State flopped positions ahead of Sunday's big announcement.

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