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Superstar owner Michael Jordan defends playfully slapping Charlotte Hornets' player.
Former NFL great Bill Fralic, one of the first players to speak openly about the pervasiveness of performance-enhancing drugs in sports, died Thursday from cancer, the University of Pittsburgh announced. He was 56.
Michael Jordan, the owner of the Charlotte Hornets, was seen in a video Wednesday slapping the back of one of his players’ heads after the player rushed the court to celebrate a win prematurely and received a technical foul.
A disturbing video has emerged showing a high school hockey player using his stick as a weapon to repeatedly strike a defenseless opponent laying on the ice -- a brutal attack one league official called "the worst thing that I've seen on video."
Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver was blasted at a city council meeting to discuss proposed multimillion-dollar renovations for the team’s 26-year-old arena.
A game of tic-tac-toe between two Indiana Pacers fans was mocked by the team’s Twitter account.
Washington Redskins defensive captain Mason Foster cursed out his team and its fan base in a leaked Instagram conversation with a fan Tuesday.
The Minnesota Vikings had a ton of expectations coming into the 2018 season after being one win away from a Super Bowl berth in January. This year, the team has largely been a disappointment -- and fans have taken notice.
Angry Minnesota Vikings fan puts team's home stadium up for sale on Craigslist.
Jose Canseco, the former slugger who helped proliferate -- and then blew the whistle on -- steroid use in Major League Baseball, told President Trump in a tweet Wednesday he has a "secret" plan to pump Trump up and he's willing to serve as chief of staff to carry it out.
The Oakland Raiders, NFL owners and other league officials have formed an illegal “cartel” and violated federal antitrust laws and California laws by attempting to move the franchise to Las Vegas in 2020, a lawsuit filed by the city of Oakland on Tuesday claimed.
NBA star Steph Curry told ESPN Wednesday he was "joking" earlier this week when he said he did not think humans had ever landed on the moon -- and he revealed he'd accept an invitation from NASA to visit lunar artifacts at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.
A champion professional lacrosse team took a shot at critics who oppose the controversial Christmas hit “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” by singing it at the halftime of an exhibition game over the weekend.
The Saskatchewan Rush, a champion professional lacrosse team, took a shot at critics opposing controversial Christmas classic 'Baby, It's Cold Outside' by singing it during halftime of an exhibition game.
Eric Anderson, a former NBA power forward who was married for a decade to celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson, was found dead in his Indiana home Sunday, officials said. He was 48.
Eric Anderson, a former NBA power forward who was married for a decade to celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson, was found dead in his Indiana home. He was 48.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill revealed in a video Tuesday he has a secret stash squirreled away in the Cayman Islands.
NBA star Steph Curry has been over the moon after winning each of his three championships -- and, to him, that's closer to the lunar surface than anyone else has gotten.
Miami Dolphins' Ryan Tannehill reveals what's in his secret stash in the Cayman Islands.
Miami Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake had the moment of a lifetime Sunday, scoring a game-winning touchdown on an improbable play, giving his team an upset victory over the rival New England Patriots -- but there's still one thing he wants.
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman revealed he's returned to Alcoholic Anonymous meetings after breaking his sober streak two weeks ago.
NBA superstar Stephen Curry denied believing humans landed on the moon in a podcast interview on Monday.
NASA responds: NBA's Stephen Curry reportedly does not believe in moon landing
The U.S. Olympic Committee fired chief of sport performance Alan Ashley in the wake of an independent report released Monday that said neither he nor former CEO Scott Blackmun elevated concerns about the Larry Nassar sexual abuse allegations when they were first reported to them.