Since the NBA Finals, the Warriors have thrived with a five-man unit where no one is taller than 6-foot-8—but they only break it out when they have to.
Daily fantasy sports operators DraftKings and FanDuel appeared in court Wednesday to argue vigorously against the New York attorney general’s plan to shut them down in the state.
The Metropolitan Division-leading Rangers appear to have a lot in common with the Atlantic Division-leading Montreal Canadiens, who visit Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night.
In 2002, Pittsburgh neuropathologist Bennet Omalu examined the body of 50-year-old former Pittsburgh Steelers center Mike Webster. The study revealed widespread brain damage but league physicians sought to discredit the report.
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The Ravens’ season, already a disaster, got worse Sunday after star quarterback Joe Flacco tore his ACL in the 16-13 win over the St. Louis Rams.
The Massachusetts Attorney General wants to ban anyone younger than 21 from playing daily fantasy sports and impose a host of regulations on the industry.
When Miguel Cotto and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez square off on Saturday night in Las Vegas, most boxing experts are anticipating an electrifying fight.
Top athletes and their representatives Wednesday called for a harsh punishment for Russian sports, putting them at odds with leading sports officials who have said Russia could escape the most stringent sanctions.
In an interview, NBA commissioner Adam Silver explains how the league has embraced its social-media revolution.
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The Wolverines’ success has resuscitated a college-football rivalry and set off a classic psychological debate.
Despite blowing fourth-quarter leads in four of their five losses, the Giants remain in the best position in the mediocre NFC East.
Now that the 5-5 Jets have lost four of their past five games, what initially appeared to be one of the team’s strengths might be their biggest weakness: they might be too old.
DeAndre Hopkins, the NFL’s most targeted wide receiver, may be playing at home on Sunday when the Jets visit the Houston Texans. But he is a first-time visitor to Revis Island.
This year’s edition features lame Deflategate jokes, e-cigarette breaks and a play designed by Washington State’s Mike Leach
Is the two-hour marathon barrier close to being broken? Ed Caesar discusses his new book, “Two Hours: The Quest to Run the Impossible Marathon.”
Here are the Massey-Peabody model’s power rankings and best bets for this week’s NFL games.
After returning from a two-year drug suspension, weightlifter Sarah Robles is seeking to end Team USA’s 10-year medal drought at the world championships.
The Giants are swapping one of their Super Bowl-winning receivers for another, brining in free agent Hakeem Nicks to replace the injured Victor Cruz.
Giants kicker Josh Brown spends two hours a night studying for his real-estate license exam, as he looks ahead to a post-football career.
Does daily fantasy sports pose a particular threat to 18- to 21-year-olds because they’re more susceptible to addictive behavior? That’s the debate under way after the Massachusetts attorney general last week proposed banning anyone younger than 21 from playing daily fantasy sports.
Despite early success, Knicks coach Derek Fisher may be using too many players in the rotation.
In nine of the past 10 years, just finishing .500 would have gotten your ticket punched to the Eastern Conference playoffs. That might not be the case this season.
Many around the league want to watch the popular AMC zombie show live—which makes their work schedule a major problem.
When the best soccer player on the planet is hampered by injury, it’s handy to have the second best in the world to deputize. And maybe the third best, too.
Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick returns to Houston, where he became a hero to neighborhood children for staging Easter egg hunts and playing “math catch.”
There’s only one thing preventing Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis from becoming a household name: No one knows what that name should be.
Track and field’s world governing body outlined the general criteria Russia’s national athletics federation will have to meet for its athletes to have hope of competing in the Rio Olympics.
The chief investigator of Russia’s alleged doping scandal left the door open for the country’s track and field athletes to compete in the Rio Olympics.