The Spurs uncharacteristically let key chances get away in their Game 2 loss to Miami. How can they regain the edge?
Neither cramps nor the Spurs could stop LeBron James in Game 2, as he led the Heat to a 98-96 win.
The World Cup could very easily turn these little-known top youngsters into household names.
Chicago goes beyond the call of duty to prevent another Dolphins affair; plus, the inaugural 'Dr. Z Awards,' more.
Chris Bosh is overlooked by many, but he proved yet again in Game 2 that the Heat really need him.
Led by LeBron James, the Heat took down the Spurs 98-96 to even the NBA Finals at one game apiece.
LeBron James put up 35 points to lead the Heat to a series- tying 98-96 win over the Spurs in Game 2 of the NBA Finals.
Sunday provided the #KillTheWin crowd with another bit of evidence for its ever-growing collection of exhibits. Seattle reliever Yoervis Medina got official credit for the Mariners’ 5-0 victory over the Rays, as Medina pitched a scoreless bottom of the eighth before his club pushed across all five of its runs in the top of the ninth. However, even though one column of the record book won’t reflect it, the day, and the win, really belonged to Mariners’ starter Felix Hernandez.
Rafael Nadal outlasted Novak Djokovic at the French Open to win a record ninth title at Roland Garros.
Cristiano Ronaldo might just be the best player in the World Cup, but can he lead Portugal out of the Group of Death?
The Spurs took Game 1, but LeBron James and the Heat are well versed in rebounding after a loss.
Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are playing for the French Open title and the No. 1 rank. Follow with Courtney Nguyen.
The Kings beat the Rangers 5-4 in double overtime in Game 2 to take a 2-0 Stanley Cup Final lead.
ELMONT, New York -- The sound was ever familiar. The voices of more than 100,000 joined as one, rising into the warm evening air with a force greater than desperation, only to fall in silence. Again, tears were shed in disappointment, not in joy. Again, horse racing's Triple Crown remained the province of fireside tales told by aging men and women who remember when Big Red rolled around the Belmont oval in 1973, or when when Slew trounced them all in '77, or when Stevie Cauthen went to the left-handed whip and carried Affirmed beneath the wire in front of Alydar. Again, a generation or more remained without a legend of its own to pass along, left to solider on with musty old stories caked in the cobwebs of time, wondering what history might look like in the flesh.
California Chrome lost a Triple Crown bid to a horse that hadn't run in the previous legs. Is that fair?