The Golden State Warriors are the new Michael Jordan, and 29 other NBA teams will do what they can – draft, trade, buy, sell – to pull closer to the champions.
Last weekend's victory over India marked a seminal moment for the Pakistani national team. For some of the team's fans in India, however, celebrating the win spelled deep legal trouble.
Intel's CEO says it "will accelerate the adoption of technology for the future of sports on the world's largest athletic stage."
Taurasi now stands alone atop the league's all-time scoring table, with 7,494 points, an average of 19.9 points per game. "It's a pretty cool, special moment," she said.
Diana Taurasi became the WNBA's leading career scorer on Sunday night. The Phoenix Mercury guard now has 7,494 points, an achievement earned by playing her own fierce style of hoops.
Osman Samiuddin, senior editor of ESPNCricinfo, describes what this win means for Pakistan, in one of the great rivalries of cricket.
The Nation's sports correspondent Dave Zirin tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro of his suspicions that quarterback Colin Kaepernick is being pushed away by the NFL for reasons other than his playing.
NPR's Melissa Block talks to Howard Bryant of ESPN about the latest in baseball, including what's ahead for the Yankees and the Chicago Cubs.
Nearly 25,000 people turned out for this year's Congressional Baseball Game. It was a rare moment of harmony between Republicans and Democrats one day after a gunman shot Rep. Steve Scalise and four others at a practice for the game.
President Trump lashes out on Twitter, calling the Justice Department's Russia probe "the single greatest WITCH HUNT in American political history." Lawmakers decide to play ball, vowing not to let a gunman's attack on Republicans at a practice stop the bipartisan charity game. And five Michigan officials are charged in the Flint water crisis.