Some contenders swung big. Others stood pat. We sort through it all to identify the postseason ramifications.
By this time next month, Bridgewater will likely have a new home, but nailing down the most likely destination is tricky.
- Ortiz estate sale ranges from baseball to decor
- Sources: Brady open to new home in free agency
- Red Sox prospect's delayed arrival a precaution
- Red Sox ace Sale (illness) to start season on IL
Guilien Smith had a season-high 20 points as Northeastern routed James Madison 77-57 on Thursday night.
Nick Ritchie had a goal and an assist for his first points since Boston acquired him at the trade deadline, and the NHL-leading Bruins snapped a two-game losing streak by beating the Dallas Stars 4-3 on Thursday night.
Is Jayson Tatum's leap the new normal? Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon discuss his hot streak, then breakdown the Rockets and how small ball is working (11:20). Plus, why are the Jazz (26:00), Heat (33:00) and 76ers (38:00) all struggling? And who could be bought out and join the Lakers (44:00)?
Former Red Sox star David Ortiz is selling everything from baseball memorabilia to a backyard composter at an estate sale this weekend in Weston, Massachusetts.
Tom Brady is set on entering free agency and believes the process could lead to a new team, sources told ESPN.
The Red Sox, "out of an abundance of caution" amid concern about the coronavirus, said they asked Taiwanese prospect Chih-Jung Liu to delay joining the team at spring training following his arrival to the U.S.
The future Hall of Famer can now look back and chuckle at his humble beginnings following a less-than-stellar performance in Indianapolis in 2000.
Red Sox interim manager Ron Roenicke said Thursday that left-hander Chris Sale will start the season on the injured list.
The Bruins return to No. 1, while the Knights are back in the top 10. Plus, which player is under the most pressure for the rest of the season?
From Philip Rivers heading to the Bears to a trade involving Odell Beckham Jr., these are bold -- but reasonable -- suggestions for every club.
Which teams improved the most ahead of the deadline? We grade all 31 GMs and identify the biggest missed opportunities for every club.
Jayson Tatum had 33 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Boston Celtics over the skidding Utah Jazz 114-103 on Wednesday night.
John Mooney scored 22 points with 12 rebounds, and T.J. Gibbs flipped in the game-winner with 0.1 seconds left to help Notre Dame beat Boston College 62-61 in an Ash Wednesday matchup of the longtime Catholic school rivals.
Jaemeril Wilson gave Lehigh the lead in overtime then blocked a shot off the backboard to help preserve the Mountain Hawks' 57-55 upset of Boston University on Wednesday night.