Nets will want Joe Harris back — if they can afford him

Part 7 of a series analyzing the Brooklyn Nets: Joe Harris is a pending free agent, one who likely will get a big raise this summer. But the sharpshooter wants to re-sign with the Nets, partly to t…

Man City believe Arsenal are behind plot to uphold European ban amid coronavirus crisis

Manchester City believe Arsenal are the club leading the plot to make sure their ban from European football is upheld if no appeal can be heard because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Thaddeus Moss: 5 things to know about the 2020 NFL Draft prospect

Thaddeus Moss is a college tight end for the LSU Tigers who is looking to make the jump to the pros.

Rick Pitino’s Knicks were way ahead of the NBA curve

Two months ago, college basketball guru Dick Vitale lobbied on his Twitter account for Rick Pitino to land the Knicks job. Iona got there first. Despite Pitino’s baggage from an NCAA-related FBI in…

I know what we shouldn't have done last summer: what Premier League clubs would change | Jonathan Wi

Tottenham and Manchester City are among the clubs who would probably make very different decisions if they could reset the Premier League as if it were Football Manager

Michael Jordan’s 55-point game still transcends Knicks-Bulls rivalry

He spent so many days and nights tormenting the Knicks. He spent so many springs hijacking the championship aspirations of New York City with his brilliance. Michael Jordan faced the Knicks five ti…

Cook prepared to write off County Championship season over coronavirus

England’s all-time record run-scorer is set to be part of the Essex squad again this season

'F*ck you pr*ck!': Tyson Fury's young son offers cheeky rebuke during dad's quarantine home workout

When you are a 6ft 9in heavyweight champion, exercising at home during a period of self-imposed isolation can be tricky but Tyson Fury isn't letting the coronavirus situation - or indeed his son - get in the way of his routine.

Uefa boss sets deadline on when current season ‘will probably be lost’

Aleksander Ceferin hopes football across Europe can resume eas early as mid-May, but feels a delay beyond the end of June will leave officials no other choice than to void the 2019/20 season

Tour de France could still take place, without roadside spectators

The French sports minister has said it is too soon to decide if the Tour de France, the world's premier cycling race, can go ahead amid the coronavirus pandemic. But if it does take place from 27 Jun…

NBA season could restart at a casino, Bahamas resort or college gym

If and when the NBA restarts its season, it could all happen in one glitzy spot like Las Vegas, the Bahamas or … a college campus in the Midwest? Those are three of the options that have been…

Football clubs' good deeds go a long way but shutdown exposes financial faultlines | Paul Wilson

The game’s wealthier end is doing what it can in the coronavirus crisis but the precarious financial reality for too many lower-league clubs also plain to see

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