The Bears is reliably average on a statistical basis, though that puts him in decent company
An Arkansas woman preps for skydiving with hiking, biking, baling hay and yoga videos from a former pro wrestler.
UCLA’s star has an unorthodox shooting motion that NBA teams will be tempted to change. The only problem is that it works.
It’s been 87 years since an NHL team had a group of rookies on par with Toronto’s
The Big East is gambling that its basketball successes will pay dividends outstripping the football revenues the schools left behind.
The South African joined Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for a round of golf on Saturday, and caught some needling on social media and from his buddies
The Pelicans wanted star Anthony Davis to gain weight. He did it by overcoming his fear of seafood.
The new collective-bargaining agreement gives players more freedom over how they market and profit from their own collective images
The businessman owned the Detroit Red Wings and the Detroit Tigers and was a tireless supporter of his hometown.
David Rollins may be the most wanted player in baseball. Or the least, depending on how you look at it
To protect its trademark of the hoops tourney, does the college-sports behemoth go too far?
The Los Angeles playing legend replaces Mitch Kupchak, the team’s long-time executive.
How the inspirational team that defied 5,000-1 odds crashed back to Earth so quickly
According to one boxer, the UFC star was impressive—but also wouldn’t stand a chance against Floyd Mayweather
Thanks to SoulCycle and other spinning franchises, riding a stationary bike indoors has become an out-of-this-world art form. Spinning skeptic Jason Gay took seven classes in seven days. Here’s the tale of his conversion.
In an stunning upset, Lowell Bailey became the first American to win a world championship in biathlon.
MLB is considering eliminating the four obligatory soft tosses on intentional walks to save (not that much) time.
Xabi Alonso’s education in the sport is unparalleled, having cycled through each of the planet’s greatest managers throughout his career
Flag football actually produces injuries at a higher rate than the traditional tackle version of the game, according to a new study.
A Boston biotech executive leaves nothing to chance as he prepares for the Roving Race in Patagonia.
A year after the greatest miracle in Premier League history, Leicester City cuts ties with manager Claudio Ranieri as it tries to avoid relegation
The Patriots can now trade Jimmy Garoppolo—who was given a brief, successful audition when Tom Brady was suspended.
The New Orleans Pelicans now have two of the NBA’s best big men. Could they be a problem in the playoffs for Golden State?
Tiger Woods’s injury woes signal that the modern swing may curtail how long today’s elite pros will be stay on top
From fewer breaks to seven-inning games, every sport wants to speed itself up. How fast is too fast?
Members of the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team have been questioned about former team doctor Larry Nassar after the initial allegations languished for at least 10 months.
Cleveland loses All-Star Kevin Love for six weeks while Toronto acquires power forward Serge Ibaka from Orlando
The Warriors’ exit and the Raiders’ possible relocation could present an opportunity for the Athletics as the city’s last team standing
More than any other sport, replacing a hockey coach midseason has the greatest immediate impact; the Islanders and Blues are proving this true
New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist hasn’t had a great season, but age might not be the reason for his struggles.