Rumors will begin to overwhelm us by the end of Tuesday. Gird thyself.
Those expecting a grind-it-out Western Conference Finals Game 1 instead got a virtuoso Spurs performance. San Antonio dominated on both sides of the ball to rout the Grizzlies and take a 1-0 series lead.
The Bruins extended their series lead over the Rangers to 2-0 on Sunday, while the Senators won the first multi-overtime game of the 2013 playoffs.
The Penguins feel like they let one get away in Game 3, but in Ottawa, they see the double OT win as another unlikely twist in their 2013 playoff story.
The Los Angeles Lakers aren't outright favorites to sign free agent Dwight Howard, according to a report from CBS Sports.
All final four NBA teams in the 2013 playoffs have elite defenses. What's most interesting about that is that three of the teams have manageable payrolls, too.
Celtics player Terrence Williams was arrested after an incident during a child visitation on Monday. He is accused of waving a gun and making threats.
Analyzing Jimmie Johnson’s unpopular All-Star Race victory and why the event itself has lost its appeal.
Alabama recently endured a setback in that its 2011 BCS title trophy was accidentally broken. The Tide auctioned it off for a pretty penny. Nick Saban simply vowed to win more of them.
The Patriots will keep their fingers crossed as Rob Gronkowski goes under the knife again. Mike Glennon isn't being ruled out as a starter in Tampa. What else is going on around the league?
Monday's episode features interviews with Rory MacDonald, Gray Maynard, Stephen Thompson, John Cholish, Mike Kogan and Holly Holm. The show kicks off at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT / 6 p.m. GMT.
At 36 years old, Vitor Belfort is experiencing one of the best stretches of his career, but it may never be appreciated for what it was due to his use of testosterone replacement therapy.
New York had its best season in more than a decade, but still left observers wanting more. Paul Flannery has the post-mortem.
Pole Day from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is in the books, and it will be Ed Carpenter on the pole for the 2013 Indianapolis 500.
The 145th running of the Belmont Stakes is just three weeks away. Will Derby winner Orb have a chance to exact revenge on Preakness champ Oxbow?