• Perspective
The Terrapins freshman has a bright future, but he added a painful chapter to his past in a tough loss to the Tigers.
Refreshed by a forced week off, the freshman set a Maryland record for three-pointers in a season, while Kaila Charles celebrated her 21st birthday in style.
Washington has until Wednesday to whittle the group down to 25, with the season opener against the Mets a day later.

Coming off 17 points in NCAA tournament opening win, the Cavaliers' defensive stalwart has extended his shooting range to become a legitimate scoring threat.

  • Analysis

There have only been 15 100-point seasons over the past decade. We could see 11 players reach that mark this season.

The general manager also said nothing is new in negotiations with Anthony Rendon.

The Patriots owner apologized Saturday in a statement, his first public comments about prostitution-related charges he faces in Florida.

Severino, 25, had spent his entire career in the Nationals' organization but wasn't going to make this year's major league roster.

The sixth-seeded Terrapins rallied from a 15-point first-half deficit to tie No. 3 LSU late but were unable to complete the comeback.

Kuznetsov, who has 20 goals and 45 assists this season, didn't practice Saturday.

  • Perspective

The longtime coach is quick with a story from his long climb up the ladder.

With Vrana, Connolly and Wilson having broken through, Washington could have seven players with at least 20 goals by the end of the season.

  • Analysis

Indiana is zigging where the NBA's highest-profile teams are zagging, refusing to tank and focusing on building a culture of development rather than chasing superstars at any cost.

  • Analysis

The proposal by the league's rule-makers would not have fixed the missed call in the NFC title game. But owners get the final say.

The former unified world champion, 35, will face Sergey Lipinets at MGM National Harbor in his first bout since contemplating retirement in the wake of a loss to Errol Spence Jr.

The Nationals' ace will be on the mound for the season opener Thursday.

Washington will spend around $96 million on its rotation in 2019. Five arms have to make that investment worth it.

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