Aron Baynes left Boston's game at Philadelphia in the first half after spraining his left ankle.
- C's Baynes exits early with Grade 2 ankle sprain
- Smart ejected after 'cheap shot' shove of Embiid
- Betts content to wait for free agency, longer deal
- Wells Fargo agrees to pay $800K in 38 Studios case
Celtics guard Marcus Smart was ejected in the third quarter of Wednesday night's game for a two-handed shove into the back of 76ers star Joel Embiid, who later called the play a "cheap shot."
Joel Embiid had 37 points, 22 rebounds and a key block on Kyrie Irving with 35 seconds remaining, and Jimmy Butler scored 15 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter to lead the streaking Philadelphia 76ers over the Boston Celtics 118-115 on Wednesday...
Bryce Aiken registered 18 points, including two free throws with 14 seconds left, as Harvard edged past Georgetown 71-68 in the NIT first round on Wednesday night.
Zach and Ryen Russillo pick All-NBA teams, and talk D'Angelo Russell, awards races, and much more.
The Patriots' quarterback had his personal throwing coach, Tom House, in during the bye week to fine tune his fundamentals.
The Pats quarterback wants to diversify his attack instead of keying on Julian Edelman and Josh Gordon too often, and the return of Gronk will help.
After a controversial departure from New England and a rough start in Tennessee, the CB says he's ready to face Tom Brady and his former teammates.
Mookie Betts, who has a $20 million, one-year contract and is eligible for arbitration again next winter, isn't worried about the lack of a long-term deal with the Red Sox. "You just got to go out and play," he said.
Jaylen Brown talks with Marc Kestecher about their success against the rival Sixers and their road through the Eastern Conference in the playoffs
A federal judge has approved an agreement for Wells Fargo Securities to pay an $800,000 civil penalty to end a lawsuit by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission over Rhode Island's failed $75 million deal with former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt...
Patriots owner Robert Kraft is scheduled to have a court hearing on March 28 on two misdemeanor counts of first-degree solicitation.
Retaining the veteran cornerback allows New England to maintain the depth and leadership in its well-stocked secondary.
Buster discusses the first game of 2019 with Eduardo Perez (5:35), dishes on the Mike Trout & Alex Bregman deals with Keith Law (9:50), dives into the numbers with Hembo (24:19) and catches up with Mets OF Michael Conforto to talk about his perspective on the Trout deal and expectations for New York this season (30:40).
Aside from hometown fans, most of us want to see close matchups that go seven games. Here are the potential first-round series that fit the bill.
From future free agents to rival GMs to MLB's marketing department, the best player in the sport staying an Angel for life will impact every part the baseball world.
Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer
The Patriots did a solid for RB James White, renegotiating his contract to give him a $250k signing bonus. White narrowly missed out on a $250k incentive last year (53.6% of offensive snaps, 1,176 total yards). White's cap charges: $4.625m in '19 and $4.625m in '20.
Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer
The Patriots did a solid for DT Lawrence Guy, who narrowly missed a $400k playing-time incentive (49.6 percent). So this week, Guy's contract was "renegotiated" to give him a $400k signing bonus. Guy's salary-cap charges: $4.4m in '19 and $4.9m in '20.