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US falls to Mexico for the second time ever, losing 2-0 in the Women's Gold Cup

Mexico beat the United States for the second time ever, getting goals from Lizbeth Ovalle and Mayra Pelayo for a 2-0 victory in the CONCACAF Women’s Gold Cup More »


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Refs admit they missed foul on what Pistons coach Monty Williams says was 'worst call of the season'

Detroit Pistons coach Monty Williams criticized officials for what he said was the “absolute worst call of the season” in the final seconds of a loss to New York More »


Duke's Scheyer wants the ACC to implement measures to prevent court-storming after Filipowski injury

Duke coach Jon Scheyer wants the Atlantic Coast Conference to implement measures to prevent court-storming after star big man Kyle Filipowski was hobbled following a collision with a fan during a weekend loss at Wake Forest More »


Reigning WNBA MVP Breanna Stewart re-signs with New York Liberty

Reigning WNBA MVP Breanna Stewart has re-signed with the New York Liberty More »


Twins acquire outfielder Manuel Margot in 3-player trade with Dodgers, who add Kiké Hernández

The Minnesota Twins acquired outfielder Manuel Margot, minor league shortstop Rayne Doncon and cash from the Los Angeles Dodgers for minor league shortstop Noah Miller More »


Case possibly containing Wayne Gretzky rookie cards sells for $3.7M at auction

A case of old hockey cards possibly containing the game’s Great One has fetched more than $3.7 million after it was discovered in a home in Canada More »


Houston rises to No. 1 in AP Top 25 ahead of Purdue, UConn; South Florida makes its rankings debut

Now it’s Houston’s turn at the top of The Associated Press men’s college basketball poll More »


Anthony Kim returning after 12 years to LIV? Greg Norman drops a tease

All signs point toward Anthony Kim ending his 12-year absence by playing on the LIV Golf circuit in Saudi Arabia More »


Yankees pitcher Cortes emerges pain-free from first spring training start after injury-marred 2023

New York Yankees pitcher Nestor Cortes emerged pain-free from his first spring training appearance More »


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