Forgive us for being Sex and the City fans. Even for a bunch of dudes posting on a magazine website, it's a good show (it's more entertaining than the majority of the recently concluded Spurs vs. Lakers series). We tried to get an interview with Chris Noth for today—mostly because we didn't think Kristin Davis' opinions on who the Knicks should take at No. 6 would be as fleshed out—but he was busy back on the set of Law and Order and couldn't accomodate us. Oh well, we'll talk about him anyway! If you want a sports equivalent to the character of "Mr. Big," it might be the most obvious selection we've ever made: Mr. Derek Jeter. Consider: (a) both live in New York; (b) both have dated a model; (c) both are suave and rich; (d) both have ridiculously nice apartments; (e) landing Sarah Jessica Parker is kinda like landing Jessica Biel (OK, maybe not) and (f) eventually, Big settles down (that's the point of the movie!) But wait, Jeter hasn't settled down…ah ha! Check out the first quote of his recent interview with The New York Post. He's about to find his Carrie! OK, enough about SATC for the day, we think.
Mel Kiper identifies the first-round rookies he thinks will have the biggest impact, including Amari Cooper and Dante Fowler Jr.
Warriors guard Stephen Curry won the NBA's MVP award, beating out Houston's James Harden in a race that turned out not to be that close.
If the Seattle Seahawks were hoping to motivate linebacker Bruce Irvin by not picking up his fifth-year option, it seems to have worked.
The Oakland Raiders are planning to release James Jones, who led the team with 73 receptions in 2014, after finding two new starting receivers in April.
Former LSU offensive lineman La'el Collins was interviewed by police Monday about the shooting death of a 29-year-old pregnant woman in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Jameis Winston's rookie contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers precludes him from playing professional baseball, according to a report.
As the Bulls get set for a second-round showdown against LeBron James and the Cavaliers, Bulls point guard Derrick Rose believes his team's confidence is right where it needs to be.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have declined to pick up the fifth-year option on running back Doug Martin's contract.
Noah Syndergaard jumps to the top of Tommy Rancel's updated top 10 fantasy prospects for 2015, which also includes a couple of Blue Jays rookies who were demoted last week.
The Milwaukee Brewers have named Craig Counsell as their new manager on Monday less than 24 hours after firing Ron Roenicke.
LeBron James' decision to ditch his patented headband stemmed from a desire to match his Cleveland Cavaliers teammates, according to a report by the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
There's something about Talladega Superspeedway -- its ardent Earnhardt fans, the success his family has had at the track -- that makes Dale Earnhardt Jr. feel a responsibility to put on a show.
U.S. Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn announced her breakup with golf star Tiger Woods on social media Sunday after nearly three years together.
Rory McIlroy had to work harder than ever to win the Match Play Championship.
Marcus Mariota received a hero's welcome Saturday at Oregon, where fans gave the reigning Heisman Trophy winner a standing ovation during the Ducks' spring football game.
It doesn't make intuitive sense that a player that size can impose his will on the NBA, but that's just what Stephen Curry did to win the MVP.
WASHINGTON -- When New York Rangers defenseman Kevin Klein threw himself in front of a veritable grenade, also known as an Alex Ovechkin slap shot, his teammates responded immediately.