He literally left it all on the field.
A team spokesman says the Tar Heels and President Trump's staff couldn't find an agreeable date.
Oklahoma City reportedly will send Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott and a second-round pick to New York.
The Sacramento front office boss told reporters he figured he wouldn't get a better offer for his franchise center than the one he wound up accepting from the Pelicans.
In post-fight comments, Derrick Lewis also noted that Travis Browne had been accused of domestic violence by his ex-wife.
Irving indicated that he wasn't being serious when he said the earth is flat, but either way, James has his teammate's back.
The Bills' LeSean McCoy called Trump something worse.
It was pretty much spot-on.
The NFL and its union responded after the president, speaking at a campaign rally in Hunstville, Ala., commented on several NFL topics.
It's unclear whether the invitation actually had been extended to the Golden State Warriors, but the president said the NBA champions will not be welcome.
Despite what he knows now about football's risks, Carter said on “First Things First” he wouldn't change his career choice — and he feels conflicted.
Ryan Trahan expected the worst before a Friday ruling that put him in the clear.
Mississippi State-Georgia is the only other game featuring two ranked teams on the docket this weekend.