John Clayton delivers the latest news in advance of Super Bowl XLVII
LeBron James says he has "freedom" to call plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers during the course of the game, and coach David Blatt claims that the superstar dictating the action is business as usual.
Texas athletic director Steve Patterson is scheduled to travel Thursday to meet with Virginia Commonwealth coach Shaka Smart to make an offer to coach the Longhorns, a person with knowledge of the trip told The Associated Press.
The woman who accused former Alabama defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor of assault has since recanted her statement to police and was subsequently arrested for giving a false report.
The Boston Red Sox announced Wednesday night that Christian Vazquez, who was to have begun the season as the team's No. 1 catcher, will undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery on his right elbow Thursday.
Connecticut women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma has no love for the current state of men's college basketball.
As part of a prank to commemorate April Fools' Day and to troll their in-state rival Browns, the Bengals tweeted they would have a "fresh new look for the 2015 season." The news had the Buckeye State buzzing, and may add some fun fuel to the rivalry.
There were no bidders at a Wednesday night auction for the letters that sat atop the old Yankee Stadium. They were put up for auction by "Mr. October" Reggie Jackson, who said he bought them "on a lark."
James Harden strengthened his case for the MVP award with a career-high 51 points, and the Rockets squandered a huge early lead but held on for a 115-111 win over the Kings on Wednesday night.
Russell Westbrook's triple-double wasn't enough as the high-scoring Mavs held off the Thunder.
The Wisconsin coach's ability to develop talent -- of varying degrees -- has helped him succeed at every stop.
It's a whole new ESPN.com. Take a look at what we've done as we redesign for the first time since 2009.
Keith Olbermann celebrates not only the 20th anniversary of ESPN.com, but also the 21st anniversary of its forgotten predecessor, ESPNET on Prodigy (updated weekly!).
Aaron Baynes scored a team-high 18 points as the Spurs defeated the Magic 103-91 to clinch a playoff spot.
The strength, dexterity and versatility of USC's star pass-rusher make him the surest thing in this year's NFL draft.
In ESPN The Magazine's Point Guard issue, Steve Nash explains what it means to be a PG in today's NBA.
Offense is on the decline. Can the trend be reversed? Here's how the hitters can strike back.
As Serena Williams proved against Sabine Lisicki in the Miami Open quarterfinals, it's not how many points you win, but when you win them.
Even with all the challenges currently facing golf, could it be possible that the game might be embarking on another golden age?
Since he was in ninth grade, Karl-Anthony Towns has been winning people over with his kind and gentle heart and awe-inspiring game.
Buster Olney explains why the Padres, Athletics and Pirates look to be among the best teams headed into the regular season after having tremendous spring trainings.
As part of ESPN.com's continuing 20th anniversary celebration, we highlight some of the top moments that characterized sports from 1995-2015.
What schools boast the best all-time football and basketball combos? The Duke duo of Mike Krzyzewski and Steve Spurrier rate high on the list.