1. From an Arrest to Iraq: Former U.S. Star Finds Basketball Peace in Middle East

    When Albert Jackson first pitched his friend Demario Mayfield on playing professional basketball with him in Iraq, he mentioned the money, not the explosion...

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  2. Michael Porter Jr.'s Injury Will Be the NBA Draft's Most Fascinating Storyline

    Before Missouri graduate student Kassius Robertson could see Michael Porter Jr. calling for the ball, he pulled up for three. As he did, Porter crashed the boards and came down with a rebound at the bottom of the SEC logo on Missouri's floor...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 20 days ago 1 reads 0 comments

  3. C.J. Spiller: What It's Like to Be Cut 4 Times in the Same Year by the Same Team

    When C.J. Spiller reported for Chiefs training camp in July, he felt fresh and healthy. For an NFL running back on the brink of 30, that was a rare feeling...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 25 days ago 1 reads 0 comments

  4. Grayson Allen, Duke Show Ghosts of Last Season Are Gone in Michigan State Win

    CHICAGO — With 2.5 seconds remaining in the first half, Grayson Allen took a handoff from Trevon Duval and squared up to shoot. Midway between the United Center and Champions Classic logos, Allen was safely into NBA three-point range...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 27 days ago 1 reads 0 comments

  5. 'It's Time to Get Money': JuJu Smith-Schuster Talks End-Zone Dances, What's Next

    PITTSBURGH — JuJu Smith-Schuster likes to arrive in style. So when he fought his way into the end zone for the first time as a professional football player, on a shovel pass ...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 1 month ago 1 reads 0 comments

  6. Experts Weigh in on LiAngelo Ball's Murky Legal Situation After Arrest in China

    When Antoinette Brown logged into Facebook on Tuesday night, she found a message from a friend in China. He had shared the news that three UCLA basketball players had been arrested for shoplifting at a Louis Vuitton store outside of Shanghai...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 1 month ago 1 reads 0 comments

  7. 'We'll Figure This Out': A Trip with Tim Duncan to Help Save the Virgin Islands

    It's not even 10 a.m. and already Tim Duncan is sweating. At a community ballpark not 10 minutes from his childhood home here in Christiansted, St...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 1 month ago 1 reads 0 comments

  8. 'A Microsecond...Can Change Everything': Michigan Punter Relives 2015 Nightmare

    So much changed in 10 seconds. When the clock started ticking, Michigan possessed the ball with a 23-21 fourth-quarter lead over archrival Michigan State...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 2 months ago 3 reads 0 comments

  9. Anquan Boldin Goes to Washington

    In a cavernous conference room in one of the countless convention centers here in Washington, D.C., a crowd of nearly 200 awaits Anquan Boldin's words. They've already watched a documentary, Walking While Black , about racial profiling...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 2 months ago 4 reads 0 comments

  10. Roger Goodell Updates His Resume: A Totally Real Investigation

    Roger Goodell may be getting a raise . The NFL commissioner may have been embarrassed by his clown-nosed likeness peppered throughout the New England crowd during Thursday ...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 3 months ago 6,573 reads 0 comments

  11. Jalan West, Now Nicknamed 'Grandpa', Enters His 7th Year of NCAA Eligibility

    Two years ago, Jalan West made his first attempt to finish his college basketball career. A Southland Conference star, West entered his senior season at Northwestern State as the No...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 3 months ago 50,391 reads 0 comments

  12. Paul Tyson, Bear Bryant's Great-Grandson, Is a Top Junior QB

    Paul Tyson never met his great-grandfather, but on Saturdays in the fall, he could hear his voice. When Paul was four years old, he began going to games at Bryant-Denny Stadium with his father, Marc Tyson...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 3 months ago 85,695 reads 0 comments

  13. Doctor Football: All-American, NFL, Brain Surgeon. Next Stop: White House?

    He has the ultimate resume—and he's only 30. Walk along the career path of Myron Rolle, who's setting a new standard for overachievers every day.

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 4 months ago 239,875 reads 0 comments

  14. 5-Star Cam Reddish on NYC Jam: 'The Floor Will Be Open & I'll Take Advantage'

    Midway through the 2015-16 high school season, Westtown School (Pennsylvania)  was cruising. Led by senior point guard Jair Bolden, the Moose had started the season 10-0 and appeared ...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 4 months ago 40,306 reads 0 comments

  15. NYC Jam: NBA Jam-Style 2-on-2 Hits New York with Top High School Prospects

    The calendar for elite high school basketball players is jam-packed. Almost from the time school starts in the fall, they're expected in the gym every day—even if the season doesn't tip off until November...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 4 months ago 9,051 reads 0 comments

  16. LeBron's Next Team, Ranked by Who Would Make Cleveland Fans Angriest

    LeBron may not be long for The Land. According to various reports , James is frustrated with how the Cleveland Cavaliers have handled the offseason...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 5 months ago 476,315 reads 0 comments

  17. Aaron Judge's HS Football Coach and QB on the Yankees Slugger's 17-TD Season

    To Mike Huber, Aaron Judge ’s decision seemed like a simple math equation. Huber, Judge’s high school football coach, had seen the offer letters flow in from the likes of Notre Dame, Stanford and UCLA...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 5 months ago 125,148 reads 0 comments

  18. A Q&A with Cubs Draftee Chris Singleton, Son of Charleston Shooting Victim

    Chris Singleton's past couple of years have been tragic and triumphant. Two years ago, his mother, Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, was one of the victims of the Charleston shooting, ...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 6 months ago 32,050 reads 0 comments

  19. Baseball After a Congressional Baseball Shooting: 'You Just Have to Keep Going'

    Scenes from the safest place in the world, from one ballpark to another, as fans of America's pastime cope with another tragedy

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 6 months ago 805 reads 0 comments

  20. YouTube Star UCF Kicker Opens Up: 'I Feel Like I'm Owned by the NCAA'

    UPDATE (8/2/17): The University of Central Florida has determined that kicker Donald De La Haye is no longer eligible to play after he continued to monetize his YouTube videos, per Joe Kepner of WFTV Sports ...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 6 months ago 83,473 reads 0 comments

  21. 'This Could Have Been Me'

    When 15-year-old Jordan Edwards was killed by a police officer (and maybe even took a bullet for his brother), his high school football team did the only thing that felt right: play on.

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 6 months ago 162,119 reads 0 comments

  22. High School Players May Soon Return to the NBA Draft, and That's Good for the NCAA

    On Wednesday, Adam Silver showed once again that he is the most sensible commissioner in sports. In an interview on Fox Sports' The Herd , Silver revealed he is rethinking ...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 6 months ago 99,431 reads 0 comments

  23. On the Trail with Kane: The WWE Star Runs for Office in Trump Country, Unmasked

    Can't wait for The Rock in 2020? Come smell what Glenn Jacobs is cooking for a life beyond wrestling, to reinvent himself as the opposite of the character he plays on TV

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 6 months ago 464,017 reads 0 comments

  24. Meet Nahziah Carter, Jay Z's Nephew and Rising 4-Star Hoops Recruit

    For much of his high school hoops career, Nahziah Carter has followed the blueprint. He has attended a prestigious high school (Bishop Kearney in Rochester, New York), has played ...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 6 months ago 160,488 reads 0 comments

  25. Mother's Day Roundtable: Being a Pro Athlete's Mom in the Social Media Age

    Parenting in the social media age can be a struggle, and that pain is particularly acute if your child has millions of followers (and millions of dollars)...

    David Gardner Written by David Gardner about 7 months ago 62,553 reads 0 comments