This week's highlights include James Harden's defense, Jaylen Brown, a gorgeous Nuggets play and bad teams being very bad.
Cubs star Anthony Rizzo, a 2007 graduate of Stoneman Douglas High School, was one of about two dozen speakers who addressed a crowd of thousands who came out to show their support at a candlelight vigil for the victims of Wednesday's massacre.
LeBron James and Kevin Durant spoke about challenges the country faces in overcoming the racial divide, with James pointing to the ugly incident last year when racist graffiti was found on the gate of his home in Los Angeles.
The Red Sox have an agreement to sign free-agent utilityman Eduardo Nunez to a one-year deal with an option for 2019, a source told ESPN. The deal is pending the passage of a physical -- hardly a formality, given the way Nunez finished last season.
Nathan Chen, the Quad King, has figure skating's most daring move down cold. Will he take the sport to new heights at the Olympics?
Don't rule out the Bengals backup as a factor -- he could get paid -- in the increasingly interesting 2018 offseason quarterback market.
Follow along as Americans Mikaela Shiffrin (Slalom) and Lindsey Jacobellis (Snowboard Cross) compete in Pyeongchang.
Trae Young's spirits were buoyed by a surprise phone call Wednesday from Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson, who gave the Sooners freshman "some good advice."
Commissioner Rob Manfred said MLB has "significantly altered' its positions based on player input and announced that rule changes for pace of play will be announced before the start of spring training games.
AJ McCarron won his grievance against the Bengals and will be an unrestricted free agent on March 14, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Adam Silver, in a studio interview with ESPN's The Jump, said Magic Johnson had breached a simple rule about discussing other teams' players and that it wasn't "that big a deal."
A torrent of data along with a library of recordings of races and practice sessions are what you'll find today's NASCAR competitors poring over -- all in the hopes of gaining a competitive advantage in the sport's biggest event of the year.
Tiger Woods shot a 1-over-par 72 in the first round of the Genesis Open on Thursday, his return to his hometown event for the first time in 12 years.
Markus Schairer, a three-time Olympian from Austria who competes in snowboard cross, fell during a quarterfinal heat and suffered a fracture of the fifth cervical vertebra.
Raymundo Beltran faces Paulus Moses on Friday night, but on his mind is another fighter, and potentially a future date for the biggest fight of his career against Vasiliy Lomachenko.
The Orioles added a starting pitcher on Thursday, agreeing to a two-year contract with Andrew Cashner, according to multiple reports.
As the women's basketball world honors Kay Yow during the 12th annual Play4Kay event, those who knew her best also pay tribute to former Baylor star Chameka Scott. Like Yow, Scott lost her battle with cancer, but had an infectious aura and impacted many.
Right around 37 athletes from the United States are competing for other flags in Pyeongchang. For example, Charles Flaherty, from Cincinnati? He skis for Puerto Rico.
Pittsburgh has a few positional needs on defense but won't be pressured into any major decisions in free agency or otherwise.
Following a disappointing playoff exit, the Pittsburgh GM hinted that he might be active this offseason in the quest for a championship.