PARIS — French Open officials say they're moving ahead with plans to build a retractable roof over center court and add night sessions there, despite a court ruling last month. . .
The real Champions League winner might not be Bayern Munich or Dortmund, but another German soccer power. Raphael Honigstein takes one final look at what's on the line.
Young makes court appearance, ignores judge
The Miami Heat are 4-0 against the spread on the road during the 2013 NBA playoffs, which can't be ignored when making your picks Sunday, as they continue their best-of-seven . . .
The Dallas Mavericks figure to have a lot of roster turnover with several impending free agent departures, but that also gives them flexibility on the open market.In their eff. . .
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Miami senior Dyron Dye has agreed to meet for a third time with NCAA investigators, who want to know why there are discrepancies between what he told them in 2011 and what he . . .
Report: Irish paid Weis more than Kelly in 2011
The matchups for the four-game event in Dallas that will kick off the 2013-14 season have been set.
Former Duke standout engaged to Bill Cowher's daughter.
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In just his eighth game back after missing the first 38 games with a broken right forearm, Yankees center fielder Curtis Granderson fractured his left pinkie during Friday's g. . .
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There’s this guy on the Reds named Joey Votto. Maybe you’ve heard of him. He’s pretty good. That’s a rather blatant understatement. He’s led the league in OBP three ti. . .
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By bringing PAtrick Roy back, the Avalanche hope to reconnect with their fans as well as revive their competitive fortunes. But Roy has never coached in the league.
The Senators' season looks all but finished as they take on the powerhouse Penguins in Game 5. Will they live to skate another day? Follow along live with Game 5 in Pittsburgh. . .
Matt Kuchar was 10-under par on the 16th green when the second round of the Colonial was suspended Friday night because of an impending storm system.
Mindy Kim birdied her last hole Saturday morning to join the leaders after one strange round of the Bahamas LPGA Classic.