Since he was in ninth grade, Karl-Anthony Towns has been winning people over with his kind and gentle heart and awe-inspiring game.
The woman who accused former Alabama defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor of assault has since recanted her statement to police and was subsequently arrested for giving a false report.
The NFL will get to look at seven photographs that were submitted into evidence from Greg Hardy's domestic violence case as a part of its investigation into whether the former Panthers defensive end violated the league's personal conduct policy.
Kentucky is two games away from a 40-0 season, but the school already is trying to stop other people from using the mark, sending a cease-and-desist letter to a Louisville lawyer whose company is selling "40-0" T-shirts on the Internet.
Linebacker Rolando McClain has accepted a one-year contract to remain with the Dallas Cowboys.
Michigan will add one more quarterback to its roster for the 2015 season. Fifth-year senior Jake Rudock plans to transfer to the school and play for the Wolverines next fall, according to a source close to the situation.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will appear on an edition of "Celebrity Jeopardy!" that will air on May 12.
Shane Victorino will likely start in right field for the Boston Red Sox on Opening Day, putting Rusney Castillo's status in limbo.
Kevin Durant made some of his strongest comments yet about his future free agency, going as far to say he wants to have his jersey retired in Oklahoma City.
When asked why the Tampa Bay Buccaneers should make him the No. 1 overall pick in the draft, Jameis Winston didn't hesitate: "Because I'm the best player in the draft."
Marcus Mariota, per league sources, informed NFL he plans to be in Hawaii among his family and the community that helped raise him during the NFL draft next month.
Tiger Woods played an 18-hole practice round at Augusta National on Tuesday, but his status for next week's Masters remains undecided.
Offense is on the decline. Can the trend be reversed? Here's how the hitters can strike back.
Heading into the opening week of baseball season, more money has been bet on the Cubs to win the World Series than any other team at two of Nevada's largest sportsbooks.
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo says he was willing to take a cut in pay from his $17 million base salary in 2015 to keep DeMarco Murray, who left to sign with the rival Eagles.
Blake Griffin doesn't believe home court in the playoffs would be much of an advantage if Tuesday night's 110-106 loss to the Golden State Warriors is any indication.
Doc Rivers and Steve Kerr's latest bit of verbal jousting came before the Clippers hosted the Warriors at Staples Center on Tuesday night.
The strength, dexterity and versatility of USC's star pass-rusher makes him the surest thing in this year's NFL draft.
Chicago Cubs pitcher Jon Lester declared himself ready for Opening Day after throwing 84 pitches in a minor league contest Tuesday.
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Browns receiver Dwayne Bowe, who had zero touchdown catches last year in Kansas City, thinks he can go "back to the Dwayne Bowe of 2010," when he had 15.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft took the stand Tuesday in the murder trial of Aaron Hernandez, recalling that the former star tight end told him he was not involved in the death of Odin Lloyd.
In ESPN The Magazine's Point Guard issue, Steve Nash explains what it means to be a PG in today's NBA.