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This week's highlights include LeBron's draft pick, a high-IQ Warrior, bad All-Star promotions and more.
You want over/under win total projections for next season? We've got them for every team, from 32-1. Guess where the Tom Brady and the Patriots are.
Day 5 of the Aussie Open sees No. 4 seed Elina Svitolina playing 15-year-old compatriot Marta Kostyuk for a place in the fourth round. Later, Rafael Nadal, Nick Kyrgios and Grigor Dimitrov are all in action.
LeBron James received the most votes in the Eastern Conference, while Stephen Curry was tops in the West. They will serve as All-Star captains and pick their teams, which will be announced Jan. 25.
Celtics guard Kyrie Irving, who has had lingering discomfort in his left shoulder, was particularly sore after Tuesday's loss and he will sit out against the 76ers on Thursday.
Outspoken criticism of the Turkish government has isolated Enes Kanter from his family, friends and country, but after an offseason trade sent him to New York, the Big Apple feels like a home away from home for the Knicks center.
Orlando Magic guard Arron Afflalo has been suspended two games for throwing a punch at Minnesota's Nemanja Bjelica, the league announced Thursday.
New USA Gymnastics CEO Kerry Perry said the organization will no longer be affiliated with Karolyi Ranch, a training center where Larry Nassar assaulted young gymnasts.
When Leonard Fournette was rear-ended in Jacksonville on Tuesday, he was surprised to find out the driver was a Steelers fan.
Barring a change in negotiations, it appears MLB will add a 20-second pitch clock and a restriction on catcher mound visits in 2018 without the union signing off, a source told ESPN.
For the Russian athletes who are allowed to compete in the Olympics, their uniforms will be memorable for being so forgettable.
J.J. Watt, who suffered a broken leg on Oct. 8, continues to progress in his rehab as he gave two thumbs up in a video of him running on a zero-gravity treadmill.
The league's top scorer is primed to return from injury to lead the Rockets against Jimmy Butler and the surprising Wolves.
Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone revealed on Thursday that a first-grade class from a local school sent a game plan on how to defeat the Patriots. "We're just taking as much advice as we can because we need it," Marrone said.
New Orleans Saints punter Thomas Morstead promised to return to Minnesota to deliver donations from Vikings fans.
In a letter to Michigan judge Rosemarie Aquilina, Larry Nassar expressed doubts he could face a week of comments from women he's admitted to abusing. "I have to say, this isn't worth the paper it's written on," Aquilina said about Nassar's letter.
Can Clemson or South Carolina keep the state's best player at home? Will a blue blood like Kansas or Kentucky poach the five-star? One of the few remaining five-star 2018 recruits commits Saturday.
The Public Editor follows up on SportsCenter on Snapchat, content for emerging fans and guidelines for breaking news attribution.
Cormier and Oezdemir will square off for the UFC's light heavyweight belt Saturday. Who has the advantage? Brett Okamoto breaks it down.