Former Spartans star isn't the only one who couldn't believe his eyes.
Player apologizes before deleting account.
Against the Heat, the Thunder guard gets his 10 triple-double, the most since Jason Kidd's 13 seven seasons ago.
The No. 1 tennis player talks friendship, Caroline Wozniacki and Jesus.
Debate will be front and center at Final Four.
Michael Clarke dedicates win to Phillip Hughes, teammate killed by ball last fall.
Lance Briggs questions his fandom, but Rodgers isn't budging.
NFL Hall of Fame coach says his son, who runs NASCAR's Joe Gibbs Racing and was recently diagnosed, is his hero.
MJ still talks a mean game of trash. Oh, and Keegan Bradley and Luke Donald were there, too.
From Brock Lesnar's new contract to The Undertaker's 23rd appearance, there are plenty of reasons to be excited about Sunday's pay-per-view.
The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar spends most of his time in The Q on the court, but on Saturday he took a seat in the stands.