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Bryce Harper's fast start to the season has shown what he truly could be capable of doing over the long haul.
Warriors star Stephen Curry missed the equivalent of a quarter after taking a hard fall on his head, neck and back area near the basket in the second quarter of Monday night's Game 4.
Rockets center Dwight Howard lingered around the Toyota Center well into Tuesday morning as fans were advised not to leave because of severe weather conditions.
Rafael Nadal began his bid for French Open title No. 10 with a 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 victory over Quentin Halys.
Ken Hitchcock is returning to St. Louis' bench on a one-year contract.
The Chicago Bears released Ray McDonald on Monday after the defensive lineman was arrested earlier in the day on suspicion of domestic violence and child endangerment.
LeBron James opened up public negotiations for teammate Tristan Thompson's impending restricted free agency Monday, telling reporters that he wants the big man to stick around Cleveland.
Atlanta Hawks center Al Horford is not at risk of missing Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Former Detroit Lions coach and Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz will be working in the NFL as an officiating consultant for the league in 2015.
Denver won its first NCAA men's lacrosse championship, beating Maryland 10-5 on Monday behind five goals from senior Wesley Berg.
UCLA is the No. 1 seed in the NCAA baseball tournament for the first time.
With only 100 days until college football starts, here are 100 things -- from Jim Harbaugh to Baylor's 400-pound TE -- we're looking forward to.
Baltimore Orioles reliever Brian Matusz, who was ejected Saturday for using a sticky substance that was on his right arm, was suspended eight games Monday.
LeBron James vehemently defended Cavs point guard Matthew Dellavedova on Sunday against any suggestion that he is a dirty player.
After a woeful Game 3, James Harden focused his anger on Golden State to deliver his best playoff performance and keep Houston's series hopes alive.
As much as Bill Tierney tried to let his players soak in the spotlight of Denver's first lacrosse national championship, it's the pioneering coach who deserves the lion's share of the credit.
Matt Beleseky's OT winner saved his Ducks from what could have been a crushing loss and moved them one game closer to the Stanley Cup finals.