The Philadelphia 76ers have two of the biggest personalities, literally, in the NBA between Embiid and Marjanovic.
Flacco is 10-5 in the playoffs and a Super Bowl MVP.
The Alliance of American Football league made its debut, and the first week was a big hit.
After an eventful first televised All-Star Game Draft, teams captained by LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo are ready to take part in a battle of the stars.
Baker Mayfield looks like the franchise quarterback the team has always wanted.
LaVar Ball, father of Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball, is in the headlines again.
Forget about a Big Three. The 76ers have a Big Four.
The All-Star Game roster is set, but there were some glaring omissions fans have collectively shaken their fists at.
The Los Angeles Rams may have lost Super Bowl LII, but they weren't the only ones to suffer.
After 17 seasons of haunting the nightmares of quarterbacks, Julius Peppers is hanging up his cleats and retiring.
The Super Bowl is one of the most celebrated events in the United States, but some may regret a few game day decisions once the work week starts.
The Rooney Rule has been under fire lately for the lack of diversity it has generated.
Kristaps Porzingis and two other players were shipped to Dallas in the latest of a long line of questionable moves by a beloved franchise.
Super Bowl LIII features a premiere quarterback duel, but many fans are still pining over what could have been.
Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies represent the first male cheerleaders to ever ply their trade on the Super Bowl stage and will be pumping up Los Angeles Rams fans at the big game.