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"I need another ring," said Rajon Rondo, who seeks to be the first player to win a title with the Celtics and Lakers since they have been based in Los Angeles.
Interviews by The Boston Globe of former Patriots teammates of Aaron Hernandez illustrate an erratic and troubling player in his last season with the team.
England earned its most impressive win of the Gareth Southgate era.
Running back Le'Veon Bell is not expected to report to the Steelers this week, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter, though Bell previously said he'd make his return.
Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft and owner of the Seattle Seahawks and Portland Trail Blazers, has died at the age of 65.
Center Myles Turner has agreed to a four-year, $72 million extension with the Pacers that could be worth as much as $80 million with incentive clauses, league sources told ESPN.
Antonio Brown's teammates have rallied behind the Steeler after he took a hit from Vontaze Burfict, calling for the Bengals linebacker's suspension and decrying the play as "pathetic."
Moments after Terence Crawford finished off Jose Benavidez Jr. on Saturday night, talk turned to making Crawford vs. Errol Spence Jr. -- but it's unlikely that fight will be next.
Need an impact player whom others might be overlooking? Here are the top options available on waiver wires in most ESPN fantasy leagues.
The new Novak Djokovic is a lot like the old Novak Djokovic: in a class all by himself as he showed us again, this time at the Shanghai Masters.
From the expected (Bama's dominance) to the unexpected (Texas' resurgence) and everything in between, here's what happened as we hit the season's midpoint.
Andrija Novakovich grew up in a soccer-mad family. That foundation, coupled with his drive to improve, should see him play for the U.S. vs. Peru.
Publicly, many experts are complimentary of Usain Bolt's efforts. Privately, they doubt that a football contract will ever materialize.
In March, Memphis hired Hardaway to bring its hoops program back to prominence. Here's a look at other Hall of Fame-level players who returned to coach their ex-teams.
Brock Osweiler went off, Adam Thielen looks unstoppable, and the Chiefs just might feel OK about a heartbreaking loss. What just happened?
Can the Warriors get back to 70 wins? How many will LeBron add to the Lakers' tally? Where could they stumble? We're projecting all 30 teams' best- and worst-case scenarios.
Germany haven't scored in their last three games and have lost three of their last five. Despite how bad it looks, they shouldn't overreact.
Find out how every Power 5 team stacks up against conference foes after seven weeks of competition.
Will Tacko Fall and the Knights take the American or will Houston, Cincinnati, UConn, Memphis or another challenger emerge?
From Wisconsin RB Jonathan Taylor to Houston DT Ed Oliver and everyone in between (including some guy named Tua), these are the first half's best players.
With an unproven point guard, inexperienced GM and two completely different young superstars, how will the post-Process Sixers repay the trust?
By hanging 40 on the Jaguars, Dallas proved it could contend in a free-for-all division race. Plus: Is Adam Thielen the best wide receiver in the NFL?
An ambitious club in Europe have offered Usain Bolt a two-year contract, with the Olympic sprint legend set to end his stay in Australia.
Boston's hitters came through in key moments, the bullpen dominated, and David Price did just enough to help keep the ALCS interesting.
While Kevin Harvick has a firm grip on a semifinal-round spot, Brad Keselowski is among a group of four drivers who need strong showings this weekend at Kansas to advance.
North America's Cloud9 entered the League of Legends World Championship as the third seed, with little hope of advancing out of their group of death. Then something happened in Busan.
A chaotic Week 7 has shuffled our bowl projections, resulting in plenty of new possible matchups.
In college and the WNBA, A'ja Wilson ranked among the best in 2018. Now she's expanding her endorsement portfolio, joining Mountain Dew's campaign.
Gibson and other participants share their memories of what led up to his dramatic walk-off blast 30 years ago.
John Cregan looks at the average draft positions and breaks down the players who are being overvalued and undervalued.
Elite superstars, great personalities, high-octane offenses and thrilling youngsters are going to make the 2018-19 season one to remember.