1 Hour ago
Mark Schwarz describes the scene at Highland Park jail in suburban Dallas, where Johnny Manziel turned himself in. Manziel faces a misdemeanor assault charge stemming from a complaint by his ex-girlfriend.
Brian Windhorst explains that Wednesday's joint statement from the Miami Heat and Chris Bosh, saying that Bosh won't return this postseason, puts both sides on the same page for the first time in a while.
9 Hours ago
Tom Penn explains why Draymond Green's play was key to the Warriors' win over the Blazers.
Mark Schwarz explains when Johnny Manziel could turn himself in to authorities and what to expect when he meets with Judge Roberto Canas on Thursday.
8 Hours ago
Dan Graziano reacts to the news that the NFLPA has been granted a 14-day extension to decide whether to file an appeal to overturn Tom Brady's four-game Deflategate suspension imposed by the NFL.
Ryen Russillo explains why he feels the Raptors' lack of experience winning in the playoffs could impact their series against the Heat.
7 Hours ago
Tony Allen speaks to Mike Conley's leadership and the intangibles that kept the Grizzlies together all season and why Conley should return to Memphis.
Tim Kurkjian says the Yankees are in big trouble until Brian Cashman can upgrade the offense.
6 Hours ago
Bills first-round draft pick Shaq Lawson tells Hannah Storm why he was so excited to get the call from Buffalo and his relationship with coach Rex Ryan.
Adam Caplan says the Broncos plan to give first-round pick Paxton Lynch a chance to compete for the starting job in Denver.
The Warriors erase an 11-point fourth-quarter deficit, with Klay Thompson scoring 18 of his 27 points in the second half, and rally past the Blazers for a 110-99 win over and 2-0 series lead.
19 Hours ago
Kyle Lowry hits a half-court buzzer beater to send the Raptors to overtime against the Heat a minute before Justin Smoak hits a walk-off home run, his second of the game, to lift the Blue Jays over the Rangers 3-1 in 10 innings.
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