How former ref Tim Donaghy conspired to fix NBA games
In 2007, NBA ref Tim Donaghy pleaded guilty to betting on games he officiated. But it was never proved that he fixed them -- until now. Our two-year investigation reveals how he did it, whom he did it with and the millions that flowed from the conspiracy.
Winners and losers from Manny Machado's megadeal with Padres
We break down what the deal means for the infielder, the Padres and a certain other available star.
Why Machado's record deal makes sense
By signing the biggest free-agent deal in sports history, both parties knew exactly what they were doing.
30 years ago, Bo Jackson took over the world
Young Yankees fan really didn't want Manny Machado
White Sox GM Rick Hahn 'pretty pissed off' Machado signed with Padres
The most lopsided deadline trades in NHL history
Filip Forsberg for Martin Erat is the clear modern champ, but some historical swaps were just as bad as that robbery. Here are the top 20.
Playoff, Stanley Cup chances for six streaking teams
Who should make big moves at the deadline to bolster their run?
Tragedy in the Vulture's Nest: What happened at Flamengo?
On Friday, February 8, a fire at an uninspected youth dormitory at one of Brazil's highest-earning teams caused 10 preventable deaths. How?
How we rank the top seven conferences in college basketball
We evaluated the top seven conferences in college basketball based on four distinct factors.
Nate Oats and Buffalo want to do more than ruin your bracket (again)
Buffalo made headlines when it took down Arizona in the NCAA tournament last March. Nate Oats & Co. have a longer stay in mind this time.
Ja Morant, Murray State lead batch of potential Giant Killers
With Selection Sunday fast approaching, it's time to update our candidates to pull off first-round upsets.
Bracketology: Baylor, UConn, Louisville, Oregon on top
Mississippi State, NC State, Notre Dame and Stanford are No. 2 seeds, with the Irish in the Albany Regional behind No. 1 seed UConn.
In 1995, Charlotte icon Muggsy Bogues had a busted knee, a broken marriage and a brother addicted to drugs. Bogues couldn't fix the knee or save his marriage, but he could help his brother. So he did -- and changed both their lives forever.
As LeBron James prepares for an All-Star Game in Michael Jordan's city, we look back at what the two have said about each other since they first met back in 2001.
Here's our new projection for both rounds, plus the latest on 10 intriguing prospects.
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