The St. Louis Cardinals completed a three-game sweep of Arizona by beating the Diamondbacks 4-2 Thursday night.
The world's No. 2 tennis player has sparked worldwide financial and media support for victims of the massive floods that have killed at least 45 people and left hundreds of thousands homeless in Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia.
Rafael Nadal will still be favored by most to win the clay-court Grand Slam tournament yet again. He is, after all, 59-1 for his career at Roland Garros, winner of a record eight championships, including the last four. Still, if the 2014 tennis season to date is any indication, there could be some surprises in store when play begins in Paris on Sunday.
"We urge you and the National Football League to send the same clear message as the NBA did: that racism and bigotry have no place in professional sports," says a letter from 49 U.S. senators.
Commissioner Roger Goodell supports two more wild-card teams. So do most owners, although the league is proceeding cautiously by delaying until October an actual vote.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban apologized Thursday to Trayvon Martin's family over his choice of words in a videotaped interview in which he addressed bigotry and prejudice.
All the Oklahoma City Thunder can do now is cling to history.
Two more victories by the dominant San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference finals, and Kevin Durant and the Thunder will be just that.
Owners of the 15 rooftop venues surrounding Wrigley Field have vowed to fight in court what they see as a threat to their views of the ballpark — and their livelihoods.
Tony Parker scored 22 points, Danny Green made seven 3-pointers and added 21, and the San Antonio Spurs used a dominant third quarter to decimate the Oklahoma City Thunder 112-77 on Wednesday night. The Spurs now have a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals.
Jeff Carter scored three of Los Angeles' six straight goals, and the Kings beat the Chicago Blackhawks 6-2 on Wednesday night to leave the Western Conference final tied at one game apiece.
A racehorse died Thursday at Churchill Downs after a freak fall that the trainer blamed on the sound of a starting gate bell blaring on the track's new sound system.
Jeremy Guthrie, Wade Davis and Greg Holland combined on a four-hitter and the Kansas City Royals rallied in the ninth inning to beat the Chicago White Sox 3-1 Wednesday night and avoid being swept in their three-game series.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith pleaded no contest Wednesday to three felony weapons charges and two misdemeanor counts of driving under the influence.
The toughness of pro football players might be legendary, but a lawsuit filed Tuesday on behalf of more than 600 former players contends it was abetted by team physicians and trainers who routinely, and often illegally, dispensed powerful narcotics and other controlled substances on game days to mask the pain.
The WNBA plans to become the first pro league to specifically recruit gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered fans to its games.
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson led the City Council in approving a $477 million arena for the Kings' NBA franchise late Tuesday and immediately hailed the project for raising the city's profile.
Indiana Pacers guard Paul George was diagnosed with a concussion Wednesday, and as such, his team appears to be more welcoming of the three-day break between games against the Miami Heat.
Madison Square Garden underwent a recent $1 billion transformation, and yet it will have another completely different feeling once the New York Rangers hit the ice in the Eastern Conference finals.
The Spurs took advantage of Thunder forward Serge Ibaka's absence, winning game 1 of the Western Conference Finals, 122-105.
Lebron James had 12 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter. Dwyane Wade had 23 points, 13 in the first half when the Heat desperately needed them to stay close, and 10 more in the fourth quarter when they had to rally.