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February 17, 2018

Experts' picks for every All-Star Weekend event
Team Stephen or Team LeBron? Which young dunker will take the crown? All-Star 2018 is here, and our team is making its picks for the action in Los Angeles.... click to read more

Nash, Kidd, Allen among 2018 HOF finalists
Steve Nash, fellow star point guard Jason Kidd, Grant Hill and Ray Allen are among the 13 finalists for induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.... click to read more

Williams confident UNC not part of FBI probe
North Carolina coach Roy Williams says he is confident the Tar Heels weren't part of the FBI's two-year investigation into college basketball bribes and corruption.... click to read more

Kovalchuk scores twice as Russians blank U.S.
Ilya Kovalchuk scored two backbreaking goals as the Russians outplayed, outhit and outclassed the United States in a 4-0 shutout Saturday night as each team wrapped up pool play at the Olympics.... click to read more

Machado over trade talk, ready for SS move
Manny Machado arrived at Orioles camp Saturday, ready to move on from the offseason trade talk surrounding him and prepared to focus on his full-time move to shortstop.... click to read more

Vonn struggles late, fails to medal in super-G
Lindsey Vonn's debut run at the Pyeongchang Olympics will not end with a medal, as a wide turn late cost her valuable time in the women's super-G on Saturday and she finished tied for sixth.... click to read more

LeBron's reminder: 'I am more than an athlete'
After a Fox News host took LeBron James to task for his views on race relations and the White House, James responded Friday not with words but with an image on Instagram.... click to read more

Weekend lookahead: Xavier, Villanova battle for Big East supremacy
The Wildcats have owned the Big East, but recent losses have opened the door for the Musketeers to take the league, starting with Saturday's matchup.... click to read more

Bracketology: Night of upsets reshape the bracket
Thursday saw four ranked teams get upset by unranked opponents. For Purdue, the loss could cost it a No. 1 seed.... click to read more

Chen's 6-quad showcase not enough for medal
American figure skater Nathan Chen rallied from a disastrous short program with a historic free skate at the Pyeongchang Olympics, but he couldn't reach the final podium, finishing fifth overall.... click to read more

Curling is the darling of the Winter Olympics
Every four years, when the world tunes in to the Winter Games, curling draws in new fans. Curiosities rise about the sport's subtleties -- and what exactly you call the oversize puck (it's a stone). USA Curling hopes to keep that enthusiasm up year-round.... click to read more

Sunday preview: Kenworthy eyes first Olympic gold, Hirscher hopes for GS gold
Gus Kenworthy's run for his first Olympic gold in men's ski slopestyle and Austrian alpine skier Marcel Hirscher's quest for gold in giant slalom are among Sunday's highlights in Pyeongchang.... click to read more

Kings of the World, and the rest of the Rising Stars grades
Kevin Pelton dishes out grades for every player in the World Team's dominant victory over Team USA in Friday's tipoff to All-Star Weekend.... click to read more

Tiger Woods will play back-to-back because practice isn't enough
Even before he missed the cut at the Genesis Open in California, Tiger announced he would play in Florida next week. If Woods wants to be ready for Augusta, he doesn't have much choice.... click to read more

Lowe's 10 things: The epic NBA tank battle is coming
This week's highlights include James Harden's defense, Jaylen Brown, a gorgeous Nuggets play and bad teams being very bad.... click to read more

Three outside-the-box answers to baseball's extra-innings issue
Due up: Bryce Harper, Bryce Harper and Bryce Harper! As MLB experiments with pace of play, there are more intriguing ways to add spice to bonus baseball than by simply starting innings with a runner on second base.... click to read more

CC Sabathia is the old man in Yankees' rotation but a new man on mound
No longer the staff ace, the 37-year-old is content with helping turn his young Yankees teammates into contenders.... click to read more

MLB stock watch: From superteams to enemies of Boras, here's where all 30 teams stand
As spring training begins, we identify baseball's elite -- the teams with a chance to compete -- and those who aren't even trying to win this year. Where does your squad land?... click to read more

Beltran outpoints Moses for vacant world title
Raymundo Beltran and former titlist Paulus Moses fought a high-intensity, competitive fight that Beltran won by scores of 117-111, 117-111 and 116-112 to claim a vacant lightweight world title.... click to read more

Jets have enough cap cash ($73M and climbing) to win offseason
The Jets are estimated to have the second-most salary-cap space this season and should have plenty of money to go after the top free agents.... click to read more

Why Saints, Drew Brees have hard deadline for new contract, and what's next
The free-agent quarterback will be in New Orleans in 2018. But the deal the two sides need to work out is tricky and has to be set before March 14.... click to read more

The Cavaliers face a record-smashing, $300 million future
If LeBron James stays in Cleveland and the Cavs keep the players they acquired at the deadline, owner Dan Gilbert's team could be looking at an enormous payroll and tax bill next season.... click to read more

Michael Jordan's 55th birthday in 23 outstanding stats
The GOAT, Michael Jordan, turns 55 on Saturday. And in honor of No. 23, here are 23 things you might not know about His Airness.... click to read more

Where AJ McCarron falls in the 2018 QB market, and why he's so interesting
Don't rule out the Bengals backup as a factor -- he could get paid -- in the increasingly interesting 2018 offseason quarterback market.... click to read more

Lonzo is no longer the Lakers’ savior – because they no longer need one
Last year, the Lakers went all-in on Lonzo Ball -- and all that came with him, including his outspoken father, LaVar. Now, with Lonzo sidelined and LaVar across the globe, the Lakers are finding their way on the court, with or without them.... click to read more

Mitrione outlasts Nelson in Bellator slugfest
Matt Mitrione advanced in the World Heavyweight Grand Prix after beating Roy Nelson on Friday night at Bellator 194. Also, Patricky "Pitbull" Freire made it three in a row with a first-round win over Derek Campos.... click to read more

Lindsey Vonn's spaniel, Lucy, is often best in show wherever the duo travel
Being on the road all the time can get lonely for athletes, but Lindsey Vonn has found a way to combat the loneliness, and her name is Lucy.... click to read more

When they got the call from JJ: 'Hey, you've made the Olympic team'
Jim Johannson's message was universal: "It's great to make this call today." With the sudden death of the USA Hockey exec still on their minds, U.S. men's players remember when "JJ" reached out to tell them they were going to Pyeongchang.... click to read more

In South Korea, these are household names -- like all the households
There's a traditional and historical explanation to why the 10 most popular names in South Korea (including Kim, Lee and Park) account for nearly 64 percent of all citizens.... click to read more

Power Rankings: Red-hot Bruins keep climbing
Vegas remains No. 1 -- while Tampa Bay and Nashville round out the top three -- but Boston's recent run has shaved the Lightning's lead in the Atlantic Division to just one point.... click to read more

Weekly Reader: Ranking all 31 NHL GMs into tiers
While players get all the attention during trade season, what about the men pulling the strings in the front office? We slot all of them into one of eight tiers, from Golden Boys to Disaster Artists. Plus, Jersey Foul of the Week, Hall for Hart and more.... click to read more

Best trade destinations for Evander Kane
Sabres winger Evander Kane is one of the biggest names on the market. Could we see Jumbo Joe Thornton feathering passes to him with the Sharks? Will the Predators pounce if they don't land Rick Nash? And would Kane be a good fit on the Kings' top line?... click to read more

0-for-190. Did Danica have a chance in NASCAR?
"I had 20 years on her when she started in a stock car. ... You are never going to make up that ground." Danica Patrick never really broke through in NASCAR. The question is whether it was even possible.... click to read more

Seven IndyCar drivers we'd like to see try NASCAR
Danica Patrick went from IndyCar to NASCAR. There are a few others from the open-wheel world whom Bob Pockrass can envision turning left in a heavy stock car at tracks like Daytona International Speedway.... click to read more

Who will become NASCAR's most popular driver?
After a string of 15 consecutive most popular driver awards, Dale Earnhardt Jr. will have to pass the torch to a fresh face this year. In honor of Junior's original No. 8 car, here are eight likable choices.... click to read more

Predicting NASCAR's biggest risers in 2018
Chase Elliott in the top five? Erik Jones in the top 10? William Byron a fixture in the playoff hunt? Believe it. And those aren't the only ones due for a breakout season, according to Mike Clay.... click to read more

NASCAR's youth movement in full effect
Give Ryan Blaney credit. The 24-year-old driver, along with 22-year-old fellow Duel winner Chase Elliott, made the right moves at the right times to capture one of Thursday's qualifying races at Daytona.... click to read more

Remembering Chameka Scott
As the women's basketball world honors Kay Yow during the 12th annual Play4Kay event, those who knew her best also pay tribute to former Baylor star Chameka Scott. Like Yow, Scott lost her battle with cancer, but had an infectious aura and impacted many.... click to read more

Putting Alabama's No. 6 ranked recruiting class in context
The departure of several assistants contributed to a subpar recruiting class by Alabama's standards, but don't feel sorry for Nick Saban just yet.... click to read more

Clemson stays atop post-signing-day Way-Too-Early Top 25
With a top-ranked recruiting class, Georgia has moved into the top three of our Way-Too-Early rankings, but Clemson still leads the way.... click to read more






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