Chicago edged Boston 6-5 in overtime to even the series at 2.
Patrick Sharp scored on the power play. Then he fell over.
Japan and Mexico have exited Confederations Cup in the most dramatic way possible. Italy came from two goals down to lead, then found a winner following a Japan equalizer in a thrilling 4-3 victory.
Indiana's magical 2013 run comes to an end at the hands of Matt Boyd and a stifling Beavers defense, who ride the 1-0 victory into the group finals against Mississippi State.
Metta World Peace is trying out some possible new names on Twitter. Good for him, and possibly good for the rest of us.
The city of Jacksonville and the Jaguars will spend $63 million on renovations to Everbank Field. This includes swimming pools.
The Spurs may or may not win the NBA title this year, but they are all your dads, and fatherhood is forever.
LeBron James did his best work in a thrilling Game 6 with Dwyane Wade on the bench. Dwyane Wade has often done his best work in these Finals with LeBron on the bench. Why does that happen, and how does Miami figure out a practical solution?
Our network of college football bloggers voted on the best players in the country as we enter 2013. Inside are our first-, second-, and third-team preseason All-Americans.
Gregg Popovich made the bizarre decision to reveal his gameplan for Thursday's Game 7 against the Heat. Why did Pop open his playbook, how will his strategy hold up, and how can the Heat stop it?
Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch are still at the top, but the rest of this week’s NASCAR power rankings are a muddled mess.
Former Giants punter and long-time broadcaster Dave Jennings lost his battle to Parkinson's disease on Wednesday. He was 61 years old.
The Heat and Spurs each came back from the dead. The ring was within San Antonio's grasp, until it wasn't. This was one wild game.
Injuries and arrests forced TCU to field a ridiculously inexperienced squad in its first year in the Big 12. Head coach Gary Patterson and his Horned Frogs survived, however, and now it's time to make a run at a conference title.
Frustrated by years of inaction, the City of San Jose is filing a lawsuit alleging that Major League Baseball has conspired to prevent the A's from moving to San Jose.