If the Sacramento Kings want max cap space, they’ve got it. And better yet, they’ve got very little to worry about in the short-term.
Jacob deGrom looks to right the Mets’ ship as our 10-game MLB evening features Jake Arrieta, Marcus Stroman and even more.
The Cavs just ran through two mediocre opponents in 8 games. But that’s just it: they were mediocre, and Cleveland still has plenty of work to do.
The Suns rebuild appears to finally be here. So, what does that mean for the offseason? Well, it turns out they can clear space in several different ways.
It’s another day featuring the unstoppable Chris Sale, plus a trio of lefties (Duffy, Lester and Quintana) will try to get on track. But that’s not all!
This week we caught up with some common, everyday folks to get their opinion on the latest NFL Draft. Plus, what can be done about those TV ratings?
It’s been ages since fans of the Cleveland Browns got to cheer. But there’s finally a plan in place. And most importantly, they’re sticking with it.
Dylan Bundy looks for an uptick in strikeouts on this lean Saturday, while the only thing troubling Clayton Kershaw lately is the home run ball.
Friday afternoon, Tottenham fell to West Ham, and the title race that never was mercifully came to and end. But that was never going to stop the narratives.
We’re back with more boxing, this time deciding who the greatest-ever welterweight was. Will Sugar battle Sugar? Well first, meet the contestants…
No featured duel? No problem. We still boast Strasburg, Greinke, Keuchel, Archer, and so much more throughout the day. Where will you be?
Philadelphia figures to have at least one max slot to offer this offseason, so who should the Sixers target? To give them credibility, how about Kyle Lowry?
The Bulls just held their annual year-end press conference. But instead of breaking it down, you get the ‘John Paxson on truth serum’ version. What’s next?
It’s hard to take much away from two blowouts—one for each side, no less. But if Kawhi Leonard defends James Harden full-time, what’s the likelier outcome?
Juventus are closing in on their 6th straight Serie A title, and with little resistance. But winning their first UCL title since ’96? It’d mean the world.
So let’s say the New York Knicks bite the bullet on the Noah contract for now AND Carmelo Anthony stays—just what the heck are they going to do?
With one feature already rained out (Salazar/Fulmer), we still profile ‘Mad Max’ Scherzer. Plus, Chase Anderson is off to a great start; will it continue?