Friday, Chelsea officially clinched the title. They even did so through a shock Batshuayi goal. But we can’t assume he’ll set the league ablaze next season.
Saturday brings us a limited MLB slate, but still one with Lester/Martinez doing battle for the Cubs and Cards. Plus, Chris Sale and Marcus Stroman feature.
When it comes to the playoffs, we throw stats and records out the window. The same goes for the NHL. So how does Ottawa match up against the Penguins?
Looking at the Warriors cap situation, it all depends on what Kevin Durant decides. But his decision might impact so much more than just that team.
It appears as though Lance McCullers is all the way back on track. Plus Kershaw looks for redemption at Coors, and Duffy/Bundy square off.
UFC 211 is Saturday night, but numerous MMA fans are still hoping for a resolution between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier—one that needs to come at UFC 214.
Game 6 of Rockets/Spurs reflected exactly what the end of Game 5 showed: Harden and company had run out of gas. That falls at the feet of Mike D’Antoni
Cole/Greinke may headline our MLB evening, but we’ve also got Keuchel/Pineda. Plus, will Bundy find his strikeouts? And, Eduardo Rodríguez is getting there.
Wednesday afternoon, Real Madrid did just enough to see off Atlético in the Champions League. Again. And no, it’s not because of the away goal.
On this day in 1977, former Atlanta Braves owner Ted Turner took a trip to the dugout to manage the team. For the longest time, his presence was all around.
The Clippers are a mess financially, and aren’t winning a title with their current roster—that much is clear. But, would they just tear it all down now?
On Monday, SF Giants closer Mark Melancon was in New York to reconnect with history—Giants history. He even got to reminisce about his time in pinstripes.
A quartet of aces lead this baseball Wednesday; both Stephen Strasburg & Danny Salazar look to rebound from wobbly starts. Plus, Archer and Darvish feature.
On Tuesday, Monaco’s wonderful Champions League run came to a screeching halt. It was fantastic for the club, but what comes next probably won’t be.
The Lakers are essentially at their max cap space ($23.2 million), but have no reason to spend yet. That comes in 2018, when George and Westbrook are FAs.
On Monday, Chelsea ran right through Middlesbrough—essentially wrapping up the Premier League “race” in the process. But that’s not all.
Max Scherzer returned to brilliance last time out, and you’ll probably get to see it again tonight. Plus a make-up in Denver, Carlos Carrasco and even more.