Antetokounmpo has 37 in Memphis, Bucks run win streak to 17
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — After sitting out Milwaukee’s previous game with right quad tendon soreness, Giannis Antetokounmpo had plenty of energy to lead a fourth-quarter burst that kept the Bucks’ winning streak alive.
Reed's caddie says he shoved fan at Presidents Cup
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — The caddie for Patrick Reed says he shoved a fan Saturday after another loss at the Presidents Cup because the fan was too close to Reed and shouted an expletive at the embattled American player.
Lakers snap Heat's home winning streak, top Miami 113-110
MIAMI (AP) — LeBron James compared the game to a heavyweight fight. If so, then the final punch was thrown by the Miami Heat — and it missed.
James Harden scores 54 points, Rockets rout Magic 130-107
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — James Harden found his 3-point shooting touch — again. Harden scored 54 points, matching the team record of 10 3-pointers he set in Houston's last game in the Rockets' 130-107 victory over the Orlando Magic on Friday night.
Woods sits as International expands Presidents Cup lead
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — The Americans are in a big hole at the Presidents Cup, and there's nothing Tiger Woods is doing about it.
Phillies finalize 1-year deal with Gregorius
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Phillies and shortstop Didi Gregorius finalized their $14 million, one-year contract Friday. Gregorius reunites in Philadelphia with manager Joe Girardi after spending the past five seasons with the New York Yankees, including the first three playing for Girardi.
Ditka, Gronk, Munoz, Upshaw make NFL's All-Time Team
Hall of Fame tight ends Mike Ditka, Kellen Winslow, John Mackey and Tony Gonzalez have been selected to the NFL's All-Time Team. Joining them on the squad is recent retiree Rob Gronkowski.
Rays finalizing deal with Japanese OF Tsutsugo
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The Tampa Bay Rays are working to finalize a two-year contract worth about $12 million with Japanese slugger Yoshitomo Tsutsugo, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.
Criticism mounts on WADA decision in Russia doping case
Criticism of the World Anti-Doping Agency's sanctions against Russia mushroomed Friday with a rebuke from the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee coming on the heels of the outraged resignation of a member of the WADA athlete committee.
Holloway, Nunes eager to show championship form at UFC 245
LAS VEGAS (AP) — With a months-long barrage of trash talk and provocative posturing, Colby Covington and champion Kamaru Usman have infused their welterweight title bout at UFC 245 with political, racial and very personal overtones.
Analysis: Time to embrace "free agency" in college football
NEW YORK (AP) — For all the griping from coaches and administrators about the so-called transfer epidemic in college sports, the increased movement of players has done more good than harm for the people who are supposed to matter most: The Players.
Varner and Palmer team to shoot 17-under 55 in QBE Shootout
NAPLES, Fla. (AP) — Harold Varner III and Ryan Palmer shot a 17-under 55 on Friday in the QBE Shootout to match the scramble record since the event moved to Tiburon Golf Club in 2001.
Column: Lamar Jackson finishes off an ugly stereotype
Surely Lamar Jackson has put that ugly stereotype to rest, once and for all. Let's hope we never hear again how some dynamic young African-American quarterback would be better off at another position because — wink, wink — he's just not cut out to read defenses or up to the mental challenge.
Ravens playing their best, soaring toward No. 1 seed in AFC
BALTIMORE (AP) — Seven-time Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda owns a Super Bowl ring and has played on several excellent teams with the Baltimore Ravens, including seven that won at least 10 games and three that reached the AFC championship game.
Grounded: Browns humble Chubb eyes wins, not rushing title
CLEVELAND (AP) — The chant began almost as a pleading cry and has grown into something of a commandment during Browns home games this season.
Army-Navy rivalry features Trump attending 120th game
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Army's sensational turnaround under coach Jeff Monken has been highlighted by 10-win seasons, bowl game victories and even a spot in the national rankings.
Hubbard, Lynch, Hurts lead AP Big 12 awards; Rhule top coach
Oklahoma State running back and national rushing leader Chuba Hubbard is The Associated Press Big 12 offensive player of the year and Baylor career sacks leader James Lynch is the conference's top defensive player.
Julie Ertz named US Soccer women's player of the year
Julie Ertz was named the U.S. Soccer women's Player of the Year on Friday for the second time. Ertz, a versatile midfielder who also won the award in 2017, was on the U.S.
Former NBA Commissioner Stern has emergency brain surgery
NEW YORK (AP) — Former NBA Commissioner David Stern had emergency surgery after suffering a brain hemorrhage while having lunch not far from league headquarters.
Americans rally late, trail by only 3 in Presidents Cup
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Justin Thomas delivered the biggest moment for an American team desperate for one Friday in the Presidents Cup.
Plenty of QBs with a pedigree should be available in 2020
Several quarterbacks with impressive resumes could be looking for new teams in 2020 after disappointing performances this season.
Tokyo being billed as 'Recovery Olympics' -- but not for all
FUTABA, Japan (AP) — The torch relay for the Tokyo Olympics will kick off in Fukushima, the northern prefecture devastated almost nine years ago by an earthquake, tsunami and the subsequent meltdown of three nuclear reactors.
Pastrnak the Unpredictable: Bruins winger is dominating NHL
David Pastrnak on the ice these days is like a dazzling young magician who isn't quite sure how his sleight of hand is going to work out.
Americans have momentum, just not the lead in Presidents Cup
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — The fist pumps, the screaming and shouting, it all belonged to the Americans in the final hour of the Presidents Cup.
Jackson, Ravens beat Jets 42-21 to clinch AFC North title
BALTIMORE (AP) — Only minutes removed from watching his team roll to its 10th consecutive victory, coach John Harbaugh showed up to the post-game news conference wearing a white hat proclaiming Baltimore to be AFC North champions.