Sri Lanka moved one step closer to a place in the Cricket World Cup quarterfinal, while England’s hopes are hanging by a thread.
For generations, the key to playing great team defense in the NBA was defending the rim. Now, because of the league's obsession with the three-point shot, the real action is some 23 feet from the basket.
Major League Baseball is considering playing future spring exhibition games on the island nation and baseball hotbed that used to routinely host American teams in the days before Fidel Castro came to power.
In 2024, there could be two players named LeBron James in the NBA.
The longtime top-ranked Norman, now 60, evaluates golf’s young stars and talks about the key to dominating on the PGA Tour: embrace the limelight.
After winning, then losing, his world No. 1 rank, Novak Djokovic is back on top and as determined as ever. But now that he’s a father, there’s more to life than racking up trophies.
A federal judge overturned Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson’s suspension for hitting his son with a switch.
Derrick Rose suffered a medial meniscus tear in his right knee that will require surgery, the Chicago Bulls said, the latest injury for the former NBA Most Valuable Player.
Jason Gay: Whether it’s speeding up the increasingly sluggish game or shortening the lengthy season, nothing should be off the table for Major League Baseball.
Major League Baseball’s digital arm is parlaying its expertise in online video to help media outlets stream directly to consumers.
The Chicago White Sox legend never made it to Cooperstown, but was a Hall of Fame gentleman, writes Jonathan Eig.
A six by Kane Williamson snatched victory for a side that had been pulverized by Mitchell Starc’s bowling.
If you ran a college and knew there was substantial money to be had from
sports but no requirement to educate athletes, you might cut corners—that’s exactly what the University of North Carolina did for nearly two decades.
FIFA, world soccer’s governing body, on Thursday said it would move the 2021 Confederations Cup from Qatar to another Asian country.
Heard on the Field: Where Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls Go From Here
Soccer: After any big victory in the Champions League, teams are always thrilled to parade their manager and players before the media. But how many clubs can also send out a reigning monarch, asks Joshua Robinson.
While soccer purists look down on scoring off set pieces, Atlético Madrid has successfully made it the backbone of its strategy.
Months away from a much-anticipated IPO, Ferrari SpA faces a problem with its famous red racing cars: They just don’t run very fast.
If the NFL combine were an Olympic event, which players would have come away with gold medals?
Research finds endurance athletes often need to drink less than they do during competition—sometimes much less.
Cycling’s world governing body recommended that Astana Pro Team, which boasts 2014 Tour de France winner Vincenzo Nibali, has its World Tour license revoked for the 2015 season because of three positive doping tests last year.
The Chicago star underwent successful surgery Friday to remove a torn meniscus in his knee and could only be sidelined for four to six weeks.
Former New York Knick Anthony Mason died early Saturday morning, weeks after he was taken to a hospital with heart troubles, a team spokesman confirmed. Mason was 48 years old.
A recent court-storming has ignited hatred between two longtime neighbors that usually get along
The city of Dunedin in south New Zealand secured an unlikely place in Afghan hearts as it became the setting where Afghanistan sports history was made in the Cricket World Cup.
The International Olympic Committee is considering changes to its advertising rules that could loosen restrictions on athletes endorsed by sponsors that aren’t official advertisers at the Games.
Despite an uncommonly awkward relationship with his employer, New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez remains in pinstripes.
Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan is the worst free-throw shooter in NBA history through his age 26 season.
Of the 16 remaining teams, the most popular club among soccer fans in 45 UEFA countries.
Before spring training, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson spent three days on a jury in Manhattan, when he might otherwise have been looking for a new shortstop.