The NBA’s fight to prevent the spread of the coronavirus amongst their players and staff has just escalated.
The year of coronavirus was a major disaster for professional sports as every league suffered ratings declines, and lost billions in revenue.
A former Chicago Bears defensive back has been arrested on murder charges in Phoenix, according to police.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Becky Hammon became the first woman to direct a team in NBA history, taking over the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night against the Los Angeles Lakers following Gregg Popovich’s ejection in the first half.
The majority of Cadets who are reported to have been apart of the cheating scandal which has rocked West Point are athletes.
The Wisconsin Badgers were very excited about their bowl win on Wednesday, a little too excited, as it turns out.
The State of New York has given the OK for the Buffalo Bills to let a limited number of fans into Bills Stadium to watch the Playoff game.
Terrell Owens says that Donovan McNabb had a reason for throwing up in the huddle during the Super Bowl, it’s because he had been drinking.
The coronavirus has cost a lot of people a day’s work, though it doesn’t usually cost someone a day’s work worth $1.5 million.
Johnny Manziel failed to get his career off the ground in the NFL, CFL, or any other professional league he attempted to play for, but that doesn’t mean he’s done trying.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Blake Snell gave up the ball in Game 6 of the World Series, shaking his head after manager Kevin Cash’s curious pitching change.
Horse racing officials and industry activists are hailing the passage and signing of a safety and integrity bill that will standardize medication and doping rules in an effort to make the sport safer and fairer.
Sports in 2020 was an unending state of mourning. It was as if every week, sometimes days, another luminary fell, bringing a cascade of condolence and remembrance.
Minnesota has issued new sports rules that will force all hockey players from the ages of five and up to wear masks even while playing.
According to reports, Portland’s Antifa chapter is looking to fill the time between riots by launching their own soccer league.
ESPN’s Booger McFarland criticized young black players who seem more worried about social media than improving their football play.
Professional athletes love to get paid, but one particular professional athlete is getting paid like none other.
Not much has gone right for the Patriots this year, and last night, an innocent phone paid the price for it.
FS1’s Emmanuel Acho slammed the Kansas City Chiefs for using Tyrann Mathieu’s “Landlord” nickname as people might be facing eviction.
Colombian soccer fans took to the streets of Cali on Sunday evening to celebrate their team’s success in violation of the country’s latest lockdown measures in response to the Chinese coronavirus.
Golf legend Greg Norman has been hospitalized for a severe coronavirus case, with “hideous” symptoms, a report says.
Washington released 2019 first-round pick Dwayne Haskins on Monday, less than 24 hours after he committed three turnovers in a loss to Carolina and in the aftermath of another violation of pandemic protocols.
A teen who was suspended from cheerleading for a vulgar post on Snapchat will now have her lawsuit against her high school heard by SCOTUS.
The NCAA has filed a trademark for the term “Mask Madness,” as a way to promote the wearing of masks during “March Madness.”
The NFL is adding a 17th game to their regular-season schedule to offset the financial losses from drops in attendance and ratings.
Pelicans coach Stan Van Gundy declared himself the poster boy for white privilege, in his best effort to prove he’s a social justice warrior.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are worth a lot of money. So, given that, it may surprise you to learn that the team received $4.82 million in Payment Protection Program loans.