The Shockers are the champions of the MVC once again. The biggest game on a loaded Saturday schedule across college basketball saw two top-15 teams playing for a conference championship on the last day of the regular season. You might not think No. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers have climbed up the standings thanks to a great run, but they are also benefiting from the rest of the East playoff teams collapsing around them. On Jan. 13, the Cleveland Cavaliers were one game below.500 and sat in sixth place in the Eastern Conference standings. Show More Summary
Sadness reverberated throughout the NBA Saturday morning as people learned of the death of Anthony Mason, a New York icon and key member of the vicious early 1990s Knicks who'd go on to become an All-Star with the Heat. Mason's family...Show More Summary
On Feb. 28, 2005, celebrity chef and Norwich City supporter Delia Smith grabbed a microphone at halftime of a match against Manchester City. It was tied 2-2 before Smith asked the fans where they were and implored them to support the team, and they went on to lose the match thanks to a 90th minute winner by Robbie Fowler. Show More Summary
This offseason, the Washington Nationals turned a nice roster into a World Series favorite with a handful of key acquisitions, but that's not such good news for some borderline big leaguers, who will now have to fight tooth and nailShow More Summary
Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale has consistently been one of Major League Baseball's best hurlers since 2012, but the unorthodox lefty is once again dealing with injury concerns. The White Sox announced the 25-year-old star suffered...Show More Summary
No matter the glove, no matter the design or its weight, or color, it is what Juan Lagares does with it in center field that has propelled him to new heights.
The Pittsburgh Pirates lost 95 games in 2005, the year they drafted outfielder Andrew McCutchen in the first round. Four years later, when McCutchen made his major league debut, they lost 99 games.
Chicago White Sox ace left-hander Chris Sale has a fracture in his right foot and may miss opening day.
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You've got an old car you'd like to unload, and the deal sounds pretty good: Donate it to an agency that handles all the paperwork, get a tax deduction and support a good cause.
Authorities are searching for a motorist involved in a hit-and-run incident that killed a female pedestrian Friday night, Los Angeles police said.
In the new film "Maps to the Stars," director David Cronenberg and screenwriter Bruce Wagner chart a course through a Hollywood hellscape populated by damaged and dysfunctional people.
Nottingham Forest midfielder Gary Gardner scored what might have been the goal of the day on Saturday, netting this incredible strike in a 3-0 win against Reading. Look at how straight that is. Jeez. It's been a weird roller-coaster ride of a season for Forest, but they're pushing towards promotion places again. Show More Summary
With Blake Griffin out, DeAndre Jordan is having a chance to prove his worth and is making the most of his opportunity. When Blake Griffin went down with an elbow staph infection that required surgery earlier in February, it wasn't out the question for the Clippers to fall off in the standings. Show More Summary
The Miami area prospect talked to SB Nation about his recruiting.
Ivan Rakitic was awesome in Barcelona's 3-1 win over Granada Saturday, and he got to meet a young fan on the pitch after the match. Excellent technique on this 10-second moving bearhug, kid. Also -- AWWWWWWWWW!
Will the "home team" pull for Miami be enough to grab the local wide receiver recruit?
Chicago needs a healthy Sale to make a run in the American League Central this season. Chicago White Sox left-hander Chris Sale suffered an avulsion fracture in his right foot and is expected to miss three weeks, the club announced Saturday. Show More Summary
One of the top defensive backs in the country discussed his recruitment with SB Nation.