The Boston Bruins, behind a smothering defense and 28 saves from Tuukka Rask, shut out the Chicago Blackhawks to take 2-1 lead in the Stanley Cup Finals.
In his 16 appearances with the media during the NBA Finals through Sunday night, Gregg Popovich answered reporters' questions with an average of 62.9 words.
As we approach peak season for recreational cycling and running. Here's a question: Do you wave hello while riding a bicycle, or going for a run?
Heard on the Pitch: U.K. tennis star returns from injury with Queen's Club triumph; Spain meets Italy in Under-21 final; England cricketers reach semifinals
NCAA president Mark Emmert agreed to form a council of athletic directors who would meet regularly with him and his senior staff, starting in July, he said in a Saturday interview with The Wall Street Journal.
Riding a long-iron game that may be the best in the world, Justin Rose won the 113th U.S. Open. It was the sixth silver medal at an Open for Phil Mickelson.
It's a good time for University of Louisville to take up baccarat or wager its endowment on a hopeless long shot at nearby Churchill Downs. Lately, the Cardinals are winning everything.
Shaggy and slightly wet, Merion is punishing U.S. Open players not just for bad shots, but marginal ones: Don't miss greens.
The number of words included in a statement issued Thursday by the New York Mets regarding the team's communications with a website called Cougarlife.com. The Mets admitted asking the site to partner with them to promote the All-Star candidacy of third-baseman David Wright, who the site had just named "MLB's Hottest Cub."
Nine years after picking up cycling to ward off diabetes, Jade Wilcoxson wins a U.S. title.
Heard on the Pitch: Young La Roja stars are ambitious, but they have to beat classy Italy to snatch European trophy
When it comes to the NBA Finals, Florida—not Texas—is home to America's favorite team. At least, that's what Facebook says.
Nearly half a century ago, Vin Scully faced a decision that could have dramatically altered the course of his career: Should he sign with the New York Yankees?
For the last five years Juan Mata has been one of the busiest men in world sports and a constant reminder of the demands made of elite players.
Ginobili gives San Antonio a lift and leaves the Spurs a win away from the championship.
At the Confederations Cup, which starts Saturday in Brazil, all eyes will be on the host country's latest rising star, Neymar da Silva Santos Junior, the newest acquisition of Spanish champion FC Barcelona.
In the NBA Finals games to come, a lot depends on which version of Dwyane Wade shows up, the aging invalid, or the guy who pretty clearly ranks among the NBA's top-five in raw talent.
The Miami Heat played well yet again with their backs to the wall, blowing out the San Antonio Spurs, 109-93, to even the NBA Finals at two games apiece.
New Brooklyn Nets coach Jason Kidd is trading in his sneakers for a clipboard, becoming just the 10th player in NBA history to make the immediate transition from player to first-year coach.
Heard on the Pitch: Soccer's 2014 World Cup hosts will make the best of chance to play some competitive matches
Despite coming off a title and his first 6-0, 6-0 win in almost eight years, Roger Federer enters Wimbledon perhaps more vulnerable to an early upset than he's been in a decade.
The Alabama-Texas A&M game on Sept. 14 has already sparked a ticket-buying frenzy, but it's also having an impact on another, even scarcer commodity: hotel rooms.
Canada is getting increasingly anxious to meet one of its most troubling challenges: Finding a way to replenish the country's once-abundant supply of elite goaltenders.
After their series-tying 2-1 Game 2 victory Saturday over the Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup finals, the Bruins have played seven overtime games this postseason. That is tied for the fifth-most in a single playoff in league history.
No joke. Camels and ostriches will race at Meadowlands Racetrack on June 22.
Alain Vigneault will be the next head coach of the New York Rangers.
It was a day when birdie runs were almost non-existent, even for a featured group that included Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott.
Jason Kidd, the new coach of the Brooklyn Nets, was brought in to make sure the players reach their full potential and the team isn't marooned in basketball purgatory, writes Jason Gay.
Reports of the demise of both Merion Golf Club and Phil Mickelson proved absurdly premature in the opening round of the U.S. Open.
Indian Cricket's Clean-Up Campaign Should Have Started Earlier—Now the Problem Is Spreading