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The good stuff first. Late Friday afternoon, Judge Claudia Wilken up in Oakland, California, handed down her decision in O’Bannon v. NCAA, the case that former UCLA basketball star Ed O’Bannon and an exaltation of other plaintiffs brought against the governing body of college sports. At issue was the athlete’s right to own his or […]
Andrew Luck brings his unprecedented record in close games to his third NFL season, but how long can that last?
After a season in the D-League, the former Dallas Mavericks All-Star looks back on his career and prepares to make one last push at earning back a spot in the NBA.
Surprise pitching efforts have fueled the Indians, Braves, and Brewers. But how real is that success? And can the Astros ever hope to replicate it?
Evaluating the career of LeBron’s shiny new sidekick.
The injuries have healed and the personnel is there, so what’s stopping Sam Bradford from airing it out?
Can anyone besides the Seminoles stop the Seminoles from making a repeat run at the national title?
World War I, soccer, and the failed metaphor of war as a game.
Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin, and Tavi Gevinson hit Broadway to revive Kenneth Lonergan’s ‘This Is Our Youth.’
The A’s and Tigers are stockpiling star pitchers. But will adding aces actually help these teams trump playoff unpredictability?
Steven Soderbergh and Clive Owen save summer TV with ‘The Knick.’
New year, new quarterback … same hype for the Nick Saban Death Star. Does it truly not matter who’s taking the snaps for Alabama?
An exclusive excerpt from 'Tom Cruise: Anatomy of an Actor.'
With two years of starts under his belt, you think we would have the Dolphins QB figured out... we don't.
The problems of ‘Get on Up,’ and how to improve movies about the lives of musicians.
Can God’s chosen conference reignite its national title streak after proving mortal last season?
For nearly a century, the Chicago Bears have been known for anything but their offense. Then along came coach Marc Trestman. Now, the Windy City may have the scariest weapons in the NFL.
How the evolving nature of the frontcourt has created confusion about the value of players like Greg Monroe, Tristan Thompson, and Kenneth Faried.
Is there any reason — any reason at all — to keep watching the defending champs?
Have the Mets, Nats, Royals, and Twins positioned themselves for success following relatively quiet trade deadline showings?