Oh, the irony: Giannis Antetokounmpo, the NBA's Greek Freak, fell victim to his Achilles heel in NBA playoffs.
BU doctors found an advanced chronic traumatic encephalopathy in the brain of a football player who died at 27. The fact that the brain was Aaron Hernandez's, a former Patriots star who was convicted of murder before committing suicide in his jail cell, made the discovery notable—but that's not what makes it scary.
Expectations were low for the NFL Week 3's Thursday Night Football game, but the Rams and the 49ers—led by their young coaches—put on a show to remember.
The Celtics continued their busy offseason by trading Avery Bradley to the Pistons.
The Warriors are as much an anomaly on the books as they are on the court.
Pinch-hitter Andre Ethier and Curtis Granderson homered as the Los Angeles Dodgers clinched a tie for the NL West title, ending a four-game losing streak by beating the Philadelphia Phillies 5-4 Thursday.
Florida won the game 6-1. But it was a crucial call on the bases that sent the would-be tying run back to third and the Gators on to their first College World Series title.
Chauncey Billups knew about Kyrie Irving's unhappiness in Cleveland.
Matching the postseason hopeful with the player who should be available on the waiver wire that makes the most sense, including a trio of Mets who should be on the move.