The San Antonio Spurs are now within one win in the 2014 NBA Finals with a 107-86 humbling of the Miami Heat last night at Miami's American Airlines Arena. The series now shifts back to San Antonio for Game 5 on Sunday. Broadcasts can be seen on ABC.
The complaint by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling alleges breach of contract and antitrust violations. In the end, however, some say the court of public opinion may matter more than the court of law.
The L.A. Kings lead 1-0 in the Stanley Cup Finals, but at the Flying Puck in New York, a sports haunt for those who bleed Ranger blue, a passion gap is evident. One fan is adamant: 'I’m tellin’ ya, Rangers in six!'
The San Antonio Spurs overcame a faulty air conditioning system at their home AT&T Center to outlast an overheated Miami Heat, 110-95 in game one of the NBA Finals. Game two is being broadcast Sunday night on ABC.
Donald Sterling appears ready to sign over his stake in the Los Angeles Clippers to his wife, who will manage the team's sale. The NBA is seeking to remove the Sterlings as owners, following an uproar over racist remarks he made.
The push to unionize football players at Northwestern University may be the catalyst to reshape the NCAA and its relationship with students playing big-money sports. The principle of the amateur athlete is at stake.
NFL free agent signings: Dozens of undrafted college football players were signed late Saturday and Sunday by NFL teams. The NFL free agent signings help franchises fill out spring and summer training camp rosters.