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Arsenal continue their quest to retain the FA Cup with a tie against Championship leaders Middlesbrough. With so many big sides already out of the competition, the Gunners must sense a repeat triumph is on the cards.
Progression won't be easy: under former Jose Mourinho disciple Aitor Karanka, Boro have…See More
For decades now, rap and the NBA have been inextricably intertwined, with each culture bleeding into the other.
Rappers want to play basketball and constantly drop the names of star players in their verses. On the flip side, those in the Association typically like to try their hand behind the mic. And some are far better than others.See More
New Zealand won the opening match of the Cricket World Cup as they beat Sri Lanka by 98 runs in Christchurch.
The Black Caps were put into bat on a cold day at the Hagley Oval but made 331-6 in their 50 overs.
Good score of New Zealand 331/6 Mc Cullum, Kane, Corey, Ronchi, all 4 were in my team, #CWCFantasy…
The Cricket World Cup began on Saturday, and it was Australia's Aaron Finch who scored the first century of the tournament.
The opener brought up his ton at his home venue of the Melbourne Cricket Ground as the co-hosts faced England in Pool A.
His sixth one-day international ton came up off 102 balls, but there was a slice of luck.
He was dropped by…See More
It's time for one of the Great White North's bi-annual traditions with the start of the 2015 Canada Winter Games taking place from February 13 through March 1.
For the first time, one of the biggest sporting events in Canada is taking place in British Columbia. Prince George is serving as the host for this year's showcase.
The Canada Games is a great way to show off the present and future of sports in the country. Some of the biggest athletes in the world have made their…See More
It's hard to avoid standing out when you're 7'2" with a 7'9" wingspan that would make even Anthony Davis jealous.
Rudy Gobert is anything but inconspicuous.
But even among a field composed of the best and brightest first- and second-year players, Gobert couldn't help but stand out in a big way. Andrew Wiggins may ultimately have taken home the MVP trophy for the Rising…See More
At 38, Melvin Manhoef (29-13-1) is a finished product. You know exactly what to expect when he fights. There will be violence. It will be furious. And someone will end up looking at the ceiling.
Fifty-four times, in a career spanning almost 20 years, it's been his opponent who has been unable to finish the fight, victim of powerful winging punches that are truly frightening to behold.
"I'm a junkie for the knockout," he said on the Bellator…See More
Although the Dallas Stars beat the Florida Panthers on Friday night, they may have lost center Tyler Seguin.
Seguin took a tough hit from Panthers defenseman Dmitry Kulikov in the third period and was forced to leave the game.
According to…See More
Their record may not show it, but the Minnesota Timberwolves are headed in the right direction. Their future was on display Friday night during the 2015 Rising Stars Challenge, with rookie sensation Andrew Wiggins winning the game's MVP award by scoring 22 points and adding six rebounds and four assists in the World's 121-112 win.
No image better encapsulates what Wiggins did in this game than the…See More
Team USA fell 121-112 to Team World in Friday night's Rising Stars Challenge inside Brooklyn's Barclays Center.
Throughout most of the event's history, the rookies were pitted against the sophomores, which usually made for one-sided affairs since the sophomores owned a significant experience advantage. The NBA tweaked with the format over the last three years, using a draft system to fill out each team's…See More