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Wimbledon draw: Andy Murray in Novak Djokovic's half; Maria Sharapova in Serena Williams' quarter
CLEVELAND (AP) A person familiar with the decision says the Cavaliers have offered successful European coach David Blatt their coaching job and are discussing a contract.
On Thursday's SI Now, SI.com "The Point Forward" writer Ben Golliver discusses Joel Embiid's injury and how it impacts his draft stock.
Joel Embiid needs foot surgery, and it could cause the projected No. 1 pick to fall on draft day.
Mark Emmert's time on the stand during the Ed O'Bannon trial may have worked against him.
Back from a knee injury, Luis Suarez starred in Uruguay's 2-1 win that put England in a risky spot.
Clayton Kershaw is having a career year, while Masahiro Tanaka is starring in his first season. Which is MLB's top ace?
On Thursday's SI Now, Sports Illustrated contributor Jeff Bradley and senior writer Richard Deitsch discuss the different replacement possibilities for USMNT's forward Jozy Altidore.
A familiar face has taken a commanding lead in the American League Most Valuable Player race while the National League chase may be getting some more competition.
Clayton Kershaw pitched more than a mere no-hitter. Has anyone ever thrown a better game?
Heat president Pat Riley stressed the importance of a long-term approach after Miami’s loss to San Antonio in the Finals while pledging to rebuild his roster around his three star players should they decide to return.
Welcome back, Luis Suarez. The returning star scored twice for Uruguay to put England on the brink of elimination, 2-1.