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Drew Gintis was one of growing number of high school and college athletes who became a casualty of addiction to pain medications.
Russell Westbrook set an NBA record for the most points in a triple-double, all while leading his team back to a playoff-clinching victory.
Golden State took a big step toward securing the No. 1 seed for the playoffs with Wednesday's win over the Spurs.
For the USMNT, restoring Bruce Arena as head coach has looked like a successful move so far.
For his latest outlandish claim, LaVar Ball said his son will win more NBA championships than Michael Jordan.
Nikola Jokic and Jusuf Nurkic, who faced off in a crucial matchup Tuesday night, embody the all-around skills of the league's blossoming new school of big men.
Detroit's playoff streak was one of the most remarkable feats in the history of hockey and a constant reminder the Red Wings did things the right way.
This year’s Final Four coaches have one thing in common: None is among the 10 highest-paid coaches in the profession.
Promoters like Oscar de la Hoya are failing to capitalize on the sport's momentum, but they could revive boxing if they changed their methods.
Dalton Del Don goes around the Senior Circuit, making several bold predictions, including a strong year by a Cubs sub.
Five quarterbacks could go in the first 50 picks of the draft, but this group of signal-callers is a middling one.
Sindarius Thornwell has led South Carolina to a surprising Final Four run. Where does he rank on the list?
Draymond Green says Oakland fans should't go to any home games in 2017.
Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan explains how Boston's talent is on a similar level to the Cubs — and how the expectations are equally high.
The people running the Tigers' athletic department clearly know a little something about business, too.
Indiana has agreed to a three-year, $12 million deal with Lance Stephenson after waiving injured guard Rodney Stuckey, league sources told The Vertical.
Jeurys Familia received a 15-game suspension for or a domestic incident with his wife in which charges were later dropped.
Following in Miami's footsteps, New England is reportedly no longer considering drafting Oklahoma star Joe Mixon.
For the first time in 67 years, Scully won’t be working on opening day. So he might be doing something besides watching baseball.
The Zags practice an unorthodox method when it comes to pitching players, highlighting what they'll do while they aren't on the court.
The Kentucky fans who are trying to ruin John Higgins' life need to get a life.
Sean Payton clarified his February breakfast with the former Browns QB, dismissing a report that he was interested in signing him.
Getting ready for your draft? Well, Dalton Del Don has some opinions on many American League players for the upcoming season.
After losing to the Hurricanes on Tuesday, the Red Wings find themselves in a position they haven't been in since 1992.
Jusuf Nurkic was the steal of the trade deadline for the Blazers, and he just put on a show against the Nuggets.
The Cowboys owner has said that he'd 'do right' by his former franchise quarterback, so why is he now saying he'll reach a decision by training camp?
Steph Curry and Golden State knew what kind of game they were going to get in Houston, and they won anyway.
Christian Pulisic was roughed up by Panama in the USMNT's 1-1 draw, and the 18-year-old wunderkind still delivered.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will go to Gillette Stadium for the first time since Tom Brady's suspension.
Clint Dempsey's goal helped the United States earn a hard-fought draw on the road in World Cup qualifying.
Last season, Cleveland surprised everyone by reaching the World Series. Mike Oz, Tim Brown and Jeff Passan discuss who could do that this year.