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In 2013, the Nets -- trying to add flash to their Brooklyn move -- gave up a treasure trove of draft picks to the Celtics for aging veterans. How does that awful swap stand alongside some of the other worst trades in sports history? More»
With one small tweak, closing out on a shooter can morph from great hustle play on defense into a dirty move. Just ask Zaza Pachulia, who was accused of intentionally landing on Kawhi Leonard's ankle on Sunday. Here, we put the controversy in context. More»
While the NBA playoffs have lacked intrigue, they've hosted plenty of dominance. Since the NBA moved to a best-of-seven first round in 2003, we've never seen two teams reach the conference finals without a loss in the same season. Until now. More»
Hold your horses: The most exciting two minutes in sports is set for Saturday at Churchill Downs when the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby gets underway. Where should you put your money this year? This expert will help you can cash in. More»
The Big 12 was noticeably absent from much of last week's NFL Draft, with only one first-round pick and 14 total selections. It's part of a troubling trend for the conference, with a growing gap between it and the rest of the Power Five conferences. More»
This weekend, two of the most stories franchises in baseball will meet when the Cubs take on the Red Sox at Fenway Park. It's a special matchup -- and rare. We took a look at other unique showdowns that are epic events. More»
Marshawn Lynch is back, returning from retirement to play for the Oakland Raiders. He's not alone in making such a move. Plenty of other greats have made returns to their sport after retiring. How did their second acts play out? More»
Every year, the NFL Draft gets harder to predict. But no matter what, there's always one guarantee: There will be drama. So before Thursday night's first round, let's look back on the wildest moments that stand out in the draft's history. More»
With freakish athleticism, Myles Garrett has been projected as a potential top NFL Draft pick for years. Now, that dream is about to become a reality, but even the most certain stars can't help but be faced with uncertainty at the next level. More»
Quarterbacks in Air Raid offenses are often met with skepticism in the NFL, and that's certainly true for Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes. But with undeniable raw talent, Mahomes is set on answering critics and breaking through to NFL stardom. More»
Back in September 2015, legendary Hall of Famer Rod Carew suffered a major heart attack. Carew ended up needing heart and kidney transplants, and he received them from former NFL tight end Konrad Reuland, who died in December. More»
For a second time in two seasons, an "unbreakable" record in the NBA faced erasure from the history books and lost thanks to Russell Westbrook's 42nd triple-double. So which sports records still feel impossible to break? More»
The day before the Masters tournament began, the top golfer in the world, Dustin Johnson, injured his back to the point where he couldn't compete. Painful -- but he's not alone. Here are some other star athletes who suffered injuries on the eve of big moments. More»
Tony Romo's career is done ... for now. Which got us thinking: Who are the good-to-great players in other sports that ended their careers without winning a ring and also inspired strong opinions (some more informed than others, of course)? More»
Patrick Ewing is returning to Georgetown as its new head coach. But he's far from the first franchise face to become a coach, front office executive or administrator to rebuild a fallen team. How have others fared? More»
Dawn Staley has been a stalwart in women's college basketball for nearly three decades, reaching three consecutive Final Fours as a player at Virginia from 1990-92, but came home empty-handed each time. On Sunday, she got that elusive title coaching South Carolina. More»
North Carolina made its claim to history in the Final Four on Saturday: Who misses four free throws in the final six seconds -- while nursing a one-point lead -- and lives to tell the tale? The Tar Heels did, joining a list of other strange endings in sports history. More»
One of the greatest winning streaks in sports history is over. Mississippi State shocked UConn in the NCAA women's Final Four on Friday, as Morgan William hit a buzzer-beater to lift the Bulldogs to victory and snap the Huskies' streak at 111. More»
While North Carolina's Roy Williams is a Final Four veteran, that isn't the case for the other three coaches in the NCAA Tournament's national semifinals. For Dana Altman, Mark Few and Frank Martin, there's a lot to learn in a short amount of time. More»
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