Joe Podlasek is a longtime Chicago Blackhawks fan, but he didn’t like them as much 15 or 20 years ago.
After seeing how the NFL has treated its own players, why should it be trusted with the health of larger populations?
Under Armour may be looking to shed MyFitnessPal, its fitness and nutrition app and website, as it scales back during a slowdown made worse by coronavirus-related revenue losses.
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UConn coach Geno Auriemma doesn’t know exactly when he’ll be able to get his whole team together.
Granted, Tiger Woods could retire his clubs to the attic today, and he will have done more to advance his sport and put money in the pastel pockets of his peers than anyone since the invention of the hole.
To say the current plan for how teams have been left to deal with acknowledging players sidelined due to COVID-19 issues is a mess would be unfair — to past messes.
Every day, the NFL’s pot of gold seems to get a little smaller.
People forget this, if they even knew it at all, but the 76ers committed to Shake Milton before they committed to Ben Simmons. That’s a loaded statement, of course, but technically, it’s the truth.
Fraught as it is while we remain engulfed in a pandemic that has killed more than 500,000 people and is surging locally, another adventure in reopening began Wednesday, the official reporting date for Major League Baseball’s “summer camps.”
Texas Motor Speedway is not going to make it mandatory for fans to wear masks if they attend NASCAR’s O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 on July 19.
With players now reporting to their teams’ home cities in preparation for resuming spring training and preparing for the season, Major League Baseball has released rule changes along with on-field and off-field health and safety protocols as it tries to operate during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Back in the day, when all in the world was relatively normal, everyone in baseball — from general managers, managers to the players themselves — was pretty much agreed that the postseason, especially the wild-card games and the division series, was a crapshoot.
One Miami Dolphins rookie defensive lineman was a product of the South, drinking from segregated water fountains in small-town Florida, picking fruit as a migrant worker from age 10 and never considering college until the Bethune-Cookman football coach saw him play pick-up basketball.
Miami Heat forward Derrick Jones Jr., the NBA’s reigning Slam Dunk Contest champion, has tested positive for coronavirus, a league source confirmed to the Sun Sentinel.