With Ivy League sports postponed, Wilson said: "To definitively hear it … confirmed what we were all worried about and made things pretty sketchy for the future.”
The Nets seemed like a cinch to make the playoffs. But then two very important things happened.
From way less travel to a strange edge over Cleveland, here are a bunch of things to know about Monday's schedule release.
Some of the most thoughtful commentary to come out of Washington on COVID-19 is arriving from a left-handed relief pitcher.
Just 12 starts for every pitcher? A Nelson Cruz streak ending? Even more games against the AL Central? It's going to be a weird year.
Pro sports aren’t exactly jobs you can do from home, of course. But it’s interesting that many of those opting out so far are veterans who have already earned tens of millions of dollars.
The only thing erased in taking down the Calvin Griffith statue from outside of Target Field is amplification of a value that has no place in 2020.
Unless players are insulated from community and tested almost continuously, Dr. Anthony Fauci said "it would be very hard to see how football is able to be played this fall."
It is right and proper to be suspicious of Roger Goodell suddenly dipping his toes in The Resistance — wondering if he is doing so sincerely or merely following a shift in public opinion.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred could really try to broker a deal that all parties could live with, if not love. But he hasn’t done that. That's because he's 100% with the owners who hired him.
A call for reader questions the other day resulted in a wonderfully eclectic mix that reflect where we are right now in sports: All over the place.
Four MLB drafts is not insurmountable evidence, but it is a trend that allows us to say this: The Twins under the leadership regime of…
If you’ve been watching all this unfold and you’re wondering why baseball is having such a hard time getting its act together while other sports seem to be figuring it out, here are some thoughts.
How do we reconcile people or organizations with a long history of being either silent or clearly on the other side of social justice issues suddenly using their platforms to advocate for change?
Thibodeau has a history with the Knicks. He was an assistant there from 1996-2004, when the team was a playoff regular instead of the struggling franchise it has become.
The danger for the NFL: Ignoring the signal that there has been a shift in thinking — or at least a shift in the number and variety of players speaking out. The opportunity: Actually taking steps to do better
Hayato Sakamoto isn't a household name in the U.S. like LeBron James, but he does offer a cautionary tale.
Based on the way his contract is written, you can pretty much count on Cousins being the Vikings quarterback through the end of 2022. Here's why.
Hopes were that a ticking clock on starting a season that has already been delayed by more than two months would nudge owners and players to an agreement. But the opposite seems to be happening.
The death of George Floyd while in police custody on Mondayin Minneapolis has sparked outrage locally and beyond. Powerful video of the 47-year-old Floyd pleading,…