Brittney Griner’s Life Is Forever Changed. But She Gets to Live It.
There are still numerous questions around the WNBA star’s detainment and the deal that brought her home, but for now there is relief.
The Heisman Finalists: Four Different Roads, Same Star Power
How Stetson Bennett, Max Duggan, C.J. Stroud and Caleb Williams made the most of their different opportunities to contend for college football’s biggest award.
Xander Bogaerts Deal Makes It Clear the Padres Are Now the Red Sox
After a decade in Boston, the 30-year-old shortstop accepted a reported 11-year, $280 million deal with San Diego.
To Skirt World Cup’s Stadium Alcohol Ban, One Fan Masked ABV With SPF
The tale of one intrepid U.S. supporter’s sleight of hand to defy Qatar’s ban on alcohol at its stadiums.
World Cup Power Rankings: Evaluating the Quarterfinalists
Some of the world’s best squads are rounding into peak form as the tournament approaches its home stretch.
Revisiting the Rudy Gobert Trade and Other Offseason Deals
With Gobert returning to Utah on Friday, let’s look at how some of those trades have fared a little more than a quarter into the season.
Judge’s Rejection Relegates Giants to Their Backup Plan
The Giants knew they weren’t the favorites to sign MLB’s most feared slugger. On the heels of his rejection, they must find a less flashy way to improve.
How Russia Pushed the WNBA to a Crossroads
Brittney Griner has been freed from Russia in a prisoners’ swap. However, her detainment upended the women’s basketball landscape. This story was originally published in April.