PFT: Defensive end finally finds a new team in San Diego — and for a honey of a deal that would be worth a max of $13.35 million.
PHT: Detroit scored four unanswered goals to top Chicago 4-1 on Saturday. The Western semifinals are now level at one game apiece. Game 3 is on Monday at 7:30 p.m. ET.
PBT: The Kings will stay in Sacramento under new ownership, which likely means a new front office and coach, too.
DPS: MLB executive Joe Torre talks to Dan Patrick about instant replay in baseball. Torre says that the game isn't perfect, but there are limits as to what instant replay should be used for. He draws the line at using it for balls and strikes.
Inducted last week into the World Golf Hall of Fame, former U.S. Open champion and longtime broadcaster Ken Venturi died Friday at 82.
Oxbow has won the Preakness, ruining Orb's bid to capture the Triple Crown.
PST: Legendary manager stepping down after Sunday's game, but with players like Robin van Persie around, the Red Devils will remain a power.
IndyCar: Will Power's lap of nearly 229 mph gave him the edge on the qualifying field, with action continuing from Indianapolis.
DPS: Alabama head coach Nick Saban was recently trash-talked by colleagues, and he tells Dan Patrick he wishes he was spoken to in private prior to the insults.
OlyTalk: FILA, wrestling’s governing body, is spending the weekend in Moscow and is considering major changes to the sport’s scoring format.
Duke coach said that after winning his second gold medal in men's basketball would be his Team USA finale. That may not be the case anymore.
NEW DELHI (AP) - India's Olympic mystery woman has apologized for gatecrashing the opening ceremony in London and walking at the head of her country's confused delegation.
Madhura Nagendra told India's NDTV news channel she made an "error in judgment" when she marched alongside Indian flag-bearer Sushil Kumar at the head of the delegation of 40 athletes.
Her Olympic cameo infuriated Indian officials who demanded an explanation of how she was allowed into the parade of athletes.
Nagendra said she was part of the opening ceremony cast and did not breach security. She said she got caught up in the chaos and excitement of the moment and ended up leading the delegation around the stadium.
|Saturday, May 18||1 - 4:30 p.m.||NHL Playoffs: Teams TBD||TBD||TDB|
|4:30 - 6:30 p.m.||Preakness Stakes||Baltimore, Md.||Bob Costas, Tom Hammond, Gary Stevens, Randy Moss, Kenny Rice, Bob Neumeier, Mike Battaglia, Donna Brothers, Michelle Beadle, Laffit Pincay III, Larry Collmus|
|Sunday, May 19||1 - 3 p.m.||Agmen Tour of California||California||Phil Liggett, Paul Sherwen, Bob Roll, Steve Porino|
|3 - 6 p.m.||NHL Playoffs: Teams TBD||TDB||TDB|
Note: All times ET