• The Lakers are either way behind the rest of the NBA, or secretly way ahead of it

    Los Angeles seems to have a fitful relationship with anything that moves beyond basic box score statistics.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Dallas Cowboys' Dez Bryant linked to incident at Walmart parking lot

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  • Happy Hour: It revolves around the Busch brothers

    Who makes the Chase if a substitute driver wins in one of Kyle or Kurt's cars?

    From The Marbles
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    2015 Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge Invites (1 fotos)

    The coveted 2015 Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge will be held June 5-7 at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland. The top 100 high school football players are invited to the event for a two-day competition. Here are some of the top athletes that have been invited so far.

  • Federer's 20-point blitz earns Davis Cup rematch

    Roger Federer escaped from trouble with a remarkable 20-point winning sequence which helped him into the quarter-finals of the Dubai Open in search of his seventh title on Wednesday. The Grand Slam record-holder from Switzerland was 1-4 down in the first set against Fernando Verdasco, the former…

  • LeBron not happy colleges recruiting 10-year-old son

    As an Ohio teenage hoops sensation, LeBron James went through the craziness of being recruited by colleges across the country. Now, he's living it as a dad.

    Associated Press
  • MLB's oldest player can't relate to today's youth

    When Rockies closer LaTroy Hawkins was drafted in 1991, Colorado Gold Glove third baseman Nolan Arenado was two months old. Right-hander Eddie Butler was also still in diapers.

    The Associated Press
  • 'The Voice' Blind Auditions, Episode 2: The Thrill Is (Ever-So-Slightly) Gone

    The second Blind Auditions episode of The Voice Season 8 kicked off Tuesday with what host Carson Daly bragged was the fastest four-chair turnaround in the series’ history. The showman who inspired this quadruple-spin was a good singer, and an even better performer… but was he worth the hype?

    Yahoo Music
  • Puck Daddy Power Rankings: Hockey baby names, Vegas tickets, Mike Milbury

    A family in the greater Pittsburgh area recently got a new addition: Malkin Crosby Long, which is a nice name for a cat.

    Puck Daddy
  • Accused Boston bomber's lawyers challenge jury-selection process

    Lawyers for the accused Boston Marathon bomber filed on Thursday a last-gasp request to dismiss the charges against their client or delay the start of the trial next week, contending that court officials had violated their own rules during jury selection. Attorneys for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who is…

  • Padres chairman: It was time to make changes

    As the full squad of his remodeled club stretched in front of him for the first time, Padres executive chairman Ron Fowler was asked about the flurry of offseason moves that have brought excitement and a record payroll to San Diego. Or I should say, A.J. spent our money wisely.'' That would be new…

    The Associated Press
  • McLaren's big push ends back in the garage

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  • No. 1 Kentucky stands at 28-0, tops Mississippi St., 74-56

    STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — On a roster full of superstars, top-ranked Kentucky's Trey Lyles often is an afterthought.

    Associated Press
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  • Greg Hardy, the NFL's Next Nightmare

    Earlier this month, domestic violence charges against NFL defensive end Greg Hardy were dismissed, after prosecutors claim his accuser essentially disappeared. It was an odd, anticlimactic ending to a story that made national headlines, and though the Pro Bowler's legal issues are behind him, he's…

  • Looking at Chicago's future, as Derrick Rose weighs his recovery options

    Will another knee surgery for the former MVP snuff out the Chicago Bulls' championship hopes yet again?

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Cricket-Pakistan selector Moin returns home to angry reception

    Pakistan chief selector Moin Khan, ordered back home from the Cricket World Cup following a visit to a casino, avoided running into an angry group of youths after he was ushered out of Karachi Airport on Thursday. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) recalled Moin following his visit to a Christchurch…