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Ryan Coogler, who directed "Black Panther," will work with LeBron James to produce the next "Space Jam" movie. Filming is expected to start during the 2019 NBA offseason.
Wisconsin has to bounce back from its devastating loss to BYU if it has any hope of winning its division, and the Badgers aren't alone.
The Eagles quarterback doesn't plan on favoring his surgically repaired knee, and Doug Pederson won't "coach scared" to protect the franchise QB.
Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo was sent off in the 29th minute of his side's opening Champions League match at Valencia on Wednesday.
Imagine making a deal where you furnish your competitors with cars and parts, and then they go out and beat you for a title. These alliances work, but they "come with challenges."
Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason apparently doesn't think much of Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly's comment that tight end Alize Mack "was getting cut [blocked] maliciously" during Saturday's game.
While the hope is the injured left knee will improve, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he is concerned it will worsen the more he plays on it. "Hopefully it goes the other way, though," he said.
On a solemn anniversary for her native Puerto Rico, ESPN's Marly Rivera recalls the aftermath of the deadly storm.
The NBA said Mark Cuban didn't pay enough attention to the "disturbing and heartbreaking" culture within the Mavericks' organization, but he won't be punished for allegations from an SI report in February.
Timberwolves guard Jimmy Butler has three preferred destinations for a trade, league sources told ESPN: the Nets, Clippers and Knicks.
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy says nothing has changed with the way his players are being coached on how to tackle in the aftermath of a controversial roughing the passer penalty called against Clay Matthews on Sunday.
Deshaun Watson said he's dealt with racism before, so he's "not worried" about comments made about him on Facebook by a school district superintendent.
QB Ben Roethlisberger believes "frustrated" teammate Antonio Brown, who returned to the Steelers on Wednesday, is "the best in the world."
Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman, who was placed on the DL on Aug. 22 with left knee tendinitis, has been activated. He is 3-0 with 31 saves this season.
Rams safety John Johnson III is taking advantage of the opportunity to make plays as opponents target him and not his more famous teammates.
Every season, the manager in your league who avoids flops, nabs at least one breakout player and finds values others are sleeping on during the draft comes out on top. Heed our experts' picks, so you can be that manager this time.
Tyrod Taylor was much more accurate against the Saints than in the opener, but No. 1 pick Baker Mayfield is lurking if wins don't follow.
From Steve Gleason's blocked punt to Deion Jones' end zone interception, this NFC South matchup does not lack for drama, storylines or bitterness.
As the Education of Sam Darnold continues, the Week 3 chapter should be known as 'The Rush Job for The Rush Job.'
Meet the Pauls, Paulas, Williams and Bryants -- so many Bryants -- who showed up to the annual Paul W. Bryant Namesake Reunion.