CSN: Brian Urlacher, who played 13 seasons for the Bears, announced his retirement from football Wenesday on his personal twitter account.
PHT: The Penguins pushed the Senators to the brink of elimination on Wednesday night after six unanswered goals yielded a 7-3 Game 4 win.
PBT: After it looked like Paul George's heroics would sink the Heat in Game 1, LeBron James stunned Indiana with a layup as time expired to lift Miami in OT.
Tiger Woods has every right not to forgive Sergio Garcia, but publicly accepting his apology would shock the world, writes John Feinstein.
HBT Daily: The Angels' Mike Trout became the youngest AL slugger to hit for the cycle, and Craig Calcaterra is reminded of Fred Lynn.
Horses in the Belmont Stakes on June 8 will face tighter security for the second straight year.
PST: With the 2012-13 season in the books, take a look at which players underperformed, weren’t worth the hype and proved to be pretty bad buys for their sides.
MST: The cars lining up to compete in this weekend’s Monaco GP and Indy 500 may appear the same. However, even the smallest Formula One teams run on budgets around five times those of their leading IndyCar counterparts.
CFT: The University of Nevada is honoring longtime coach Chris Ault, who stepped down in the fall, by renaming the school's football field after him.
OlyTalk: Mike Krzyzewski will return to the sideline to coach Team USA in the 2014 World Cup and the '16 Rio Olympics.
An 80-year-old Japanese mountaineer on Thursday became the oldest man to reach the top of Mount Everest.
COL D'EZE, France - Australian rider Richie Porte has won the Paris-Nice race after a dominant victory on the final time trial stage.
Porte was in the leader's yellow jersey overnight and needed only to protect his lead. But he attacked from the start and dominated his rivals on the uphill time trial, finishing 23 seconds ahead of American cyclist Andrew Talansky, who was also second overall.
The 28-year-old Porte posted a time of 19 minutes, 16 seconds over the 6 miles from Nice to Col d'Eze to become the first Australian to win the race.
He follows in the footsteps of Sky teammate Bradley Wiggins, who won the race last year before going on to win the Tour de France.
|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