Could you imagine not being able to watch the Heat play the Thunder in the NBA Finals until about three hours after the game?
After 8 weeks, 46 witnesses, 2 dozing jurors and an estimated $2 million-$3 million spent in taxpayer money, the Roger Clemens trial has finally come to a close. The verdict: Not guilty on 3 counts of making false statements, not guilty on two counts
Phil Jackson says "there might be" an NBA job that would lure him out of retirement.
The expectations came back before Tiger Woods did.
Tiger played beautifully, and sits three back of the leader at -1.
Number one seeded Novak Djokovic won an epic, five-set French Open quarterfinals match versus Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-1, 5-7, 5-7, 7-6, 6-1.
Russian basejumping superstar Valery Rozov has set a new world record by jumping off the top of Shivling, a 21,000-foot tall mountain in the Indian Himalayas, reports The Telegraph.
Novak Djokovic narrowly avoided a huge upset at the hands of hometown-kid Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the French Open today.
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I'll Have Another is one step away from the Triple Crown after chasing down Bodemeister at the Preakness on Saturday.
In a near carbon copy of this year's Kentucky Derby, I'll Have Another raced from behind on a deep stretch to defeat Bodemeister at the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore on Saturday.
Can’t afford a round-trip expedition to Germany to experience the 24 Hours of Nürburgring race this weekend? We’ve got you covered, with live video, GPS car tracking and audio streams from all the major teams and press outlets on the ground at the Gr
A 26-year-old Aussie named Rhein Gibson shot an unbelievable 55 in Oklahoma last Saturday.
For some Silicon Valley investors, mobile computing is the only thing worth betting on.
Only 15 players in Major League Baseball history have ever turned an unassisted triple play (with one coming in the World Series, in 1920 by Cleveland Indians second baseman Bill Wambsganss), where they have unilaterally been responsible for recordin
All second baseman Paige Sultzbach wanted to do was play in her school's state championship baseball game tonight. But because she is a girl, that won't happen. Sultzbach is a freshman at Mesa Preparatory Academy
Following ‘Money’ trail
With giant multi-touch gaming tables at a Hong Kong racecourse.
Residents of a London apartment block have been told that surface-to-air missiles were likely to be installed on the building to help combat airborne terror threats to the Olympic Games.
Kevin Durant was determined to not let the Oklahoma City Thunder lose another playoff game at home to Dallas.
Sure, basketball is a team sport, but NBA games are often won and lost by individual matchups. Here are five to watch in the first round of the playoffs.
The outrage over the allocation of London 2012 Olympic tickets reignites as ticket-hungry Britons see fresh opportunity to buy slip from their hands.
What if there were fans in sports bars around the nation rooting against the USA Men's basketball team in protest to the elitist, smoke-filled room way they are selected and the general corporatism surrounding it? Time to start something the media
Some kids play soccer, others play chess and some stand on the backs of galloping horses. Lately, equestrian vaulting is finding a foothold with children in Oregon and Washington.
Phil Humber threw the first perfect game in Major League Baseball in almost two years, leading the Chicago White Sox to a 4-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday.
Trailing the leaders by 200 yards when the Boston Marathon slogged through Heartbreak Hill, Wesley Korir passed them one by one until he took the lead on his way out of Kenmore Square.
At a crucial moment in yesterday's match-up against the San Diego Padres, the Los Angeles Dodgers turned a triple play that had never been seen before.
The professional athletes in the Olympics have debased a great institution and it's now time to say: Enough. No more rooting for the USA teams made up of professional athletes and no money for the US Olympic team unless it is designated to non-pro
Grand National pre-race favorite Synchronised was one of two horses to die Saturday during the world's toughest steeplechase.