Islanders great John Tonelli has No. 27 raised to the rafters

The Islanders retired a jersey for the first time in 19 years Friday night at the Coliseum. John Tonelli’s No. 27 was raised into the rafters, honoring the former left winger’s seven seasons with t…

Larry Nance Jr. is using his battle with Crohn's disease to show young patients they can do anything

After Crohn's nearly ended his NBA hopes, Larry Nance Jr. is showing the next generation that the disease doesn't define him.

James Wiseman brought to tears by ‘unfair’ NCAA suspension

James Wiseman was brought to tears by his turbulent eligibility battle with the NCAA during his time at Memphis. The potential No. 1 pick in this year’s NBA draft told ESPN, in his first interview …

Knicks’ furious comeback try falls short in loss to Pacers

The Knicks reconvened following the All-Star break with clear heads and rested bodies, albeit with largely the same basketball team that had lost more than twice as many games as it won during the …

Mark Teixiera: Yankees’ sign-stealing nothing like Carlos Beltran’s Astros

At some point during the 2017 season — his first in Houston — Carlos Beltran informed teammates they were lagging compared to others in using the new video replay mechanism to decipher signs betwee…

Tai Babilonia ‘at peace’ during return to Lake Placid for 40th anniversary of 1980 Olympics

Babilonia and Gardner were the reigning world champions and five-time defending U.S. champions in pairs skating, and their event on Feb. 16, 1980, in Lake Placid was supposed to be a showdown.

‘I hate tennis with all my heart’: Kazakh star Alexander Bublik reveals he only plays for the money

Kazakh tennis ace Alexander Bublik has made a shocking confession during the Open 13 tournament in France, revealing that he hates the sport he has been practicing since childhood.

The others are faster than us, says Ferrari F1 boss

Ferrari Formula One boss Mattia Binotto said on Friday he was less optimistic about his team's pace than he had been in testing last year and rivals were faster than them.

BYU Cougars pole vaulter needs stitches after horrific mishap

A BYU pole vaulter suffered a horrific injury during a practice run and shared video of the accident on social media.

Oops, she did it again! Russian figure skating star Elizaveta Tuktamysheva strips off at tennis even

World and European figure skating champion Elizaveta Tuktamysheva stole the show at the WTA St. Petersburg Open, presenting her famous ‘striptease’ routine during the event’s closing ceremony.

US women's soccer asks judge to rule in their favor in gender discrimination suit, award them nearly

The U.S. women’s soccer team filed a motion Thursday asking a judge to rule the gender discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation in their favor and award them nearly $67 million, avoiding a trial.

Spring training features several veterans in new places hoping to be in the majors on Opening Day

A look at veteran players trying to make The Show.

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