Kobe Bryant will make the 2015-16 season his last with the Los Angeles Lakers, general manager Mitch Kupchak said in a radio interview on Thursday.
Returning from war is not always an easy transition. Often our men and women in uniform have special challenges to tackle. Those who suffer from injury or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) face even more of an uphill climb. One veteran
Bartolo Colon remains a New York Met. The rotund righty was rumored in many a deal as Thursday’s MLB trade deadline came and went. But, the veteran appears to be staying put in Queens. Whether the big man in the borough calls
Michigan resident Jahmel Binion is suing basketball players Shaquille O’Neal and Trey Burke and rap singer Waka Flocka for ridiculing a selfie he posted to Instagram. Last year Binion, who has a rare genetic disorder that affects his facial features,
Baseball’s dealing deadline has passed, but not before one of the most coveted players on the trade market switched uniforms in a three-team swap. David Price, the hard-throwing ace of the Tampa Bay Rays staff, has been traded to the
Tiger Woods is finally baldly admitting a painful truth: he’s losing his hair. Interviewed by Fox Sports’ Colleen Dominguez, Woods, 38, said aging was not bothering him as much as going bald: “I’m comfortable with it; my hairline’s not. I have
A buffed and big-mouthed Shannon Briggs crashed a Wladimir Klitschko training session in Florida earlier this week in hopes of coaxing the heavyweight champion to give him a title shot. “Every time I see you champ you’re fighting bums,” Briggs
The Boston Red Sox continued their fire sale of last year’s World Series champions in the hours before the trade deadline. The BoSox sent pitcher John Lackey to the St. Louis Cardinals. The righty owns an 11-6 record with a
“We’re not friends anymore,” Charles Barkley said of Tiger Woods on Philadelphia sports radio. The Round Mound of Rebound, who won an Olympic gold medal with the Dream Team in 1992 but famously no NBA titles, thinks Tiger’s too obsessed
The Boston Red Sox stuck with Jon Lester through cancer and the chicken-and-beer controversy. But enduring a first-to-worst season and facing an expensive price-tag to retain the soon-to-be free agent, the Red Sox decided to deal Lester in the hours
In 1940, the Chicago Bears slaughtered the Washington Redskins 73-0 in the NFL championship game. The team looks to avoid any such lopsided outcome on the debate over the franchise’s logo and name by launching “Redskins Facts,” a website advertised
Former President George W. Bush surprised New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter Wednesday night in Texas as the Rangers, like every team the Yankees visit this year, honored New York’s captain on his farewell tour. “It’s an experience,” Jeter said.