Tony Parker keyed San Antonio's charge to a win over Memphis in Game 1 of the West finals.
Larry Fitzgerald called 2012 "the most frustrating season" he's ever had.
Chargers shielding Te’o from media2 hr 11 min ago
Milliner makes new agent choice2 hr 54 min ago
Gronkowski canceled Vegas trip4 hr 18 min ago
Once an opponent of replay, Bud Selig says that his views on the matter have evolved.
Mitch Moreland has been a pleasant surprise in Texas1 hr 17 min ago
Play of the Day: Josh Collmenter’s circus catch2 hr 2 min ago
Miguel Cabrera ties Hank Greenberg with 331st career homer2 hr 22 min ago
The Thunder won't waive Kendrick Perkins to free up salary space by using the NBA's workaround.
Report: Dwight Howard will consider multiple teams in free agency, is said to be most intrigued by the Rockets3 hr 43 min ago
Spurs have changed a lot since 2011 loss to Grizzlies5 hr 6 min ago
Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville says forward Viktor Stalberg is “likely playing” in Game 3.
Katherine Legge survived the bubble of Bump Day at Indy, which didn't live up to its name.
Some bits and pieces on this year’s Indy 500 field1 hr 56 min ago
Four women will take the green flag at Indianapolis3 hr 30 min ago
Despite team effort, Jourdain fails to get into Indy 5004 hr 18 min ago
Conor Daly overcomes tough week to make Indy field5 hr 3 min ago
RB Derrick Nash vows to play at Central Michigan as planned despite being diagnosed with leukemia.
Sang-Moon Bae steadied himself after a rocky stretch to win his first career PGA Tour title.
Sir Alex Ferguson’s 1,500th and final match was a wild one — a 5-5 draw with West Bromwich.
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(May 19) Sang-Moon Bae is the latest first-time winner on the PGA TOUR. He did it in style, too, coming from behind at the HP Byron Nelson Championship.
PFT: Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith said the draft process taught him an important lesson on taking criticism.
HBT: Carlos Ruiz was lifted from Sunday afternoon’s game against the Reds after straining his right hamstring while running the bases in the bottom of the second inning.
PHT: Colin Greening scored 7:39 into the second overtime, lifting the Senators to a win in Game 3 and trimming the Penguins' series lead to 2-1.
PBT: San Antonio raced out to a 25-point lead at home, pushed back on Memphis’ big third-quarter run, shut down Zach Randolph and cruised to a 105-83 win.
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