LeBron James made his Lakers debut, Markelle Fultz hit a three-pointer and Carmelo Anthony tries to adjust to life in Houston. The Crossover offers first week impressions from the opening slate of the NBA season.
David Price pictured his postgame press conference for Game 5 before the start of Game 4, knowing his newfound changeup would do the talking. His vision came to fruition to snap his infamous postseason slump and send the Red Sox to the World Series.
LeBron James put on a show to start his Lakers debut, but that eventually gave way to late mistakes and miscommunications in a 128-119 loss to the Trail Blazers. While James preached patience afterward, his commitment to that tune will determine much of L.A.'s early development.
An exclusive narrative podcast series re-examining the murder of former Titans quarterback Steve McNair. Was it really a murder-suicide? Subscribe and listen to the first episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever else you get your podcasts.
The controversy has faded, as the owners wisely chose to quietly leave the anthem policy as is while working with players on social-justice concerns. Plus, which stars to watch this weekend and your mailbag questions answered.
Will the G League's new "select contracts"—that could pay up to $125,000 for the season—incentivize NBA prospects coming out of high school to abandon college basketball and put an end to one-and-done players?
At this time last year, Paul George was determined to return home when he hit free agency. But after a season with Russell Westbrook and the Thunder he realized that, while L.A. is where he is from, Oklahoma City is where he belongs.
As a rising Cardinals analyst, Chris Correa didn’t believe he was committing a crime when he hacked into the Astros’ internal database. Then he went to prison, where he changed his views on his actions and the criminal justice system.