NBA champion Stephen Jackson on Friday said he would not allow the police to assail the character of George Floyd, a friend he called his "twin" who was killed this week by a police officer in Minneapolis, sparking widespread outrage and days of protest.
The Knicks finally opened their training facility in Tarrytown on Friday but that does not mean they will be part of the season’s restart. According to an NBA source, commissioner Adam Silver’s Boa…
Colin Kaepernick is offering those who are involved in the protests in Minneapolis over the police-involved death of George Floyd legal help should they be arrested.
The world of US sport has been left stunned by a string of scandals after hundreds of elite athletes came forward to reveal they were sexually abused by coaches, senior team members or doctors when they were children.
Police have set out the Premier League matches they would like to be played at neutral venues, which would include any Liverpool match where the title could be won
The first five Virtual GPs have been hugely successful, drawing in more than 20 million viewers. Vithushan Ehantharajah examines how they can become a vital tool for adapting to our new world
Organisers said on Thursday that they instead will have a “virtual event” in which participants who verify that they ran 26.2 miles on their own will receive their finisher’s medal
Major League Soccer (MLS) says it has given clubs the green light to begin outdoor training sessions in small groups providing they do not conflict with Covid-19 health protocols.
The Ferrari Driver Academy (FDA) will set up a new development programme in Sydney as they look to develop regional talent for the future, Motorsport Australia said on Friday.
MLB players’ unhappiness with the latest salary proposal from the game’s owners, and how they have handled themselves in the process, are now pitting pitchers of different eras against each other —…
Former Detroit Pistons great Richard Hamilton recalled how Michael Jordan would practice with the Washington Wizards when they were teammates back in 2001.
A gang of violent hooligans who smashed their way into the training ground of Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon and threatened to kill players and staff because they were angry about the club's results have been sentenced in court.