Here we go again. Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard will request yet another trade, this time, to possibly take place in the offseason.
The New York Giants have needs at many positions, but can still get valuable players for each in Thursday's 2012 NFL Draft despite picking late in every round they have picks available.
The University of Arkansas has hired Weber State head coach John L. Smith to replace ex-head coach Bobby Petrino on an interim basis, a sensible move considering both his past ties to the university and the university's high profile.
After 16 seasons in the NFL, three-year Denver Broncos safety and longtime Philadelphia Eagles safety Brian Dawkins will retire from the NFL.
Minnesota Timberwolves point guard Ricky Rubio showed the world what power forward Kevin Love looked like after losing his infamous beard and mustache on Saturday.
Metta World Peace got so emotional on James Harden in Sunday's win over the Oklahoma City Thunder that his Ron Artest came out.
AJ Allmendinger won the pole for the STP 400 at Kansas Speedway, only the second pole of his career.
Andrew Luck will play for the Indianapolis Colts, but he'll need a lot of help from the Colts making the right picks in the upcoming NFL Draft if he wants to win immediately.
Miami Heat guard Dwayne Wade's girlfriend, actress Gabrielle Union, admits to Conan O' Brien that her heckling of players, including her own boyfriend, and referees during Heat games has gotten her banned from sitting courtside.
Lamar Odom may have left the Dallas Mavericks, but that doesn't mean his career is finished.
It's probably not surprising, but the Indianapolis Colts informed Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck that they will select him as the number one overall pick at the 2012 NFL Draft on Apr. 26.
The Giants may have won the Super Bowl, but that doesn't mean the team is stable as is.
The winner of the Madden 13 cover will be revealed in the coming days as Cam Newton and Calvin Johnson, two highly popular candidates, duke it out.
The NFL schedule for the 2012 season has been released. While the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants and Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos might get the raw end of the deal, Tom Brady's New England Patriots may be coasting.
The Toronto Star's amateur athletics and Olympics reporter Randy Starkman died at the age of 51 on Monday at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto.
The Alabama football program suffered the latest trophy mishap when its prized $30,000 BCS national title trophy shattered over the weekend.
Miami Marlins shortstop Jose Reyes could be showered with cheers and an ovation when he receives his video tribute upon his return to Citi Field on April 24 when the Marlins play the New York Mets.
Wesley Korir and Sharon Cherop, two Kenyan runners, won the men's and women's division of the 2012 Boston Marathon respectively.
Kathrine Switzer, who became the first woman to officially enter the Boston Marathon in 1967, will be commentating on the 2012 Boston Marathon, her 30th Boston Marathon in a row.
Former tennis sensation Jennifer Capriati will be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in July.
The fallout in the relationship between ex-Arkansas head football coach Bobby Petrino and his ex-mistress Jessica Dorrell has resulted in the university putting Dorrell on paid administrative leave.
The New Orleans Hornets may be soon facing organizational change after Saints owner Tom Benson's purchase of the team.
How much of a possibility is there of Lamar Odom playing for the Golden State Warriors next season?
Longtime San Francisco sports radio host Ralph Barbieri, also known as The Razor, was fired by KNBR radio station on Wednesday.
Former Arkansas head coach Bobby Petrino and his ex-mistress Jessica Dorrell were in contact with one another long before Petrino's motorcycle accident on April 1.
Candice Crawford, the wife of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, gave birth to a baby boy on Monday.
The pink driver that helped Bubba Watson win the 2012 Masters will be on sale next month for charity purposes.
The Madden 13 cover vote tournament has boiled down to the final four candidates, all who had outstanding seasons for their respective teams last season.
Former Oilers and Packers linebacker and South Alabama associate head football coach Kurt Crain was found dead at his home from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound on Tuesday at the age of 47.
Ozzie Guillen apologized for his comments in Time magazine about Fidel Castro, but will Cuban Americans in South Florida, especially in Miami, ever forgive him or forget what he said?