1 Hour ago
Stephen A. Smith thinks the Cubs should be overly cautious and let Kyle Schwarber rest until Game 4 just in case the series goes the distance.
32 Minutes ago
Max Kellerman is outraged at the Sixers' rationale for pulling R&B singer Sevyn Streeter from performing the national anthem because of her "We Matter" jersey.
20 Minutes ago
Jim Trotter reacts to Raiders LB Aldon Smith applying for NFL reinstatement and says by adding him back on to the roster and bolstering their defense, Oakland becomes a "true contender."
3 Seconds ago
Max Kellerman predicts that Karl-Anthony Towns will take over for LeBron James in a few years, Stephen A. Smith chooses Anthony Davis.
12 Hours ago
Jake Arrieta strikes out six batters and Kyle Schwarber drives in two runs as the Cubs tie the World Series at one game apiece with a 5-1 victory over the Indians in Game 2.
28 Minutes ago
Joel Embiid scores 20 points in just 22 minutes as the 76ers lose his NBA debut 854 days after making him the No. 3 pick in the 2014 NBA draft.
2 Hours ago
Stephen A. Smith thinks Eagles fans have embraced QB Carson Wentz so much because they're so relieved to be out of the Chip Kelly era.
10 Hours ago
In his first game since the departure of Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook did it all, recording a near triple-double as the Thunder eked past the 76ers.
Dortmund's Felix Passlack shows off his chewing gum juggling act.
Kyle Schwarber has come back from having reconstruction surgery on his ACL to have a big impact on the Cubs in the World Series and his legend continues to grow.
"The Brow" becomes the first player to score 50 in a season opener since Michael Jordan in 1989 and posts a never-before-seen statline in the process.
Max Kellerman thinks Cam Newton should stick to his style of play even if it shortens his career and compares the NFL's failure to officiate hits on Newton to the NBA's Hack-a-Shaq problem.
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