American Sports News for 31 May 2017
Raptors draft workouts continued on Tuesday with the headliner being Purdue power forward Caleb Swanigan.
ICYMI at French Open: Keys, Isner keep American hopes alive
As a frequent watcher of the Amazing Race turned occasional, I now tune in just to see where the show takes them and to find out which team is the obnoxious one that yells a lot. As the show came down... to its final four teams, turns out they went to Korea and were given […]
With a clean bill of health and a head-turning contract, Matt Kalil is on a mission to turn his career around.
An unnamed Cavs player clowns JaVale McGee. The post Cavs Player: JaVale McGee Not ‘Smart Enough’ to Play in Finals appeared first on SLAMonline.
Their team lost, but this sounds like a good time.
Adrian Gonzalez on Cubs' Jake Arrieta: His 'stuff is still there'
Fitzgerald paying it forward with young Cardinals receivers
Quality (at running back) over quantity (at receiver) for Montgomery
Chris Kirksey's new deal brings Browns' offseason tab to $272M
LeBron James re-affirmed his desire to own an NBA team. The post LeBron James: ‘I Will Own a Team Someday’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Djokovic moves to 3rd round in straight sets
Things turned when Golden State signed Kevin Durant because fans want "Hulk Hogan versus Andre the Giant, not for them to tag-team together."
Gleyber Torres could give the Yankees a jolt in July
The Warriors swept their way to the Finals, where they'll once again meet the Cavs, who lost only once in the East. Not everyone thinks such dominance is helping the game.
The Clippers are reportedly interested in hiring Warriors advisor Jerry West
Hutch shares his Superbru picks for Round 15 of Super Rugby.
Murray confident of comeback at French Open
Margaret Court tells a Christian radio station that "tennis is full of lesbians", following a row over her earlier remarks on gay marriage.
Deven Marrero's heroics a surprising feat for Red Sox
Before his 50th game as coach of New York City FC, Patrick Vieira is returning to The Bronx with a bitter taste in his mouth after an underwhelming four-game road trip. "It's difficult to be satisfied... when you only get four points," Vieira said Tuesday of his team's poor road trip. "Of course, we want...
From family man in Christmas card photo to sad sack in a mugshot _ a long, very public fall for Tiger Woods
Grading the hires of new college football coaches is an offseason tradition and an exercise in educated guess work
Michael Taylor drove in a pair of runs as the Washington Nationals defeated the San Francisco Giants 6-3 Tuesday, one night after a brawl broke out at At&T Park.