51s president Don Logan says Las Vegas’ ties to Far East make preliminary World Baseball Classic rounds worth pursuing.
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Rich Lupcho, a Las Vegas graveyard shift bartender, was one of the guys who passed the basketball to prolific Pete Maravich at Louisiana State.
Former North Carolina State star Thurl Bailey never gets tired talking about the Wolfpack’s upset of Houston in the 1983 NCAA championship basketball game.
To acquire the second race, Speedway Motorsports Inc., LVMS’ parent company, had to move the fall race from its sister track at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is considering spending $2.5 million annually over the next seven years to bring a second Cup Series race to town, despite NASCAR’s downward spiral.
Surprisingly, there were more groans than cheers when Kurt Busch’s rivals ran out gas and the Las Vegas native pulled away to win his first Daytona 500 victory.
Alyssa Arnett, a sophomore all-conference diver, received a wedding proposal from the high-rise platform at the Mountain West championships. She agreed to take the plunge.
Former UNLV interim coach Todd Simon, Durango High equipment manager Jack Murphy share coaching stage as Southern Utah knocks off Northern Arizona.
Veteran play-by-play man Ken Korach has called a perfect game and witnessed many baseball thrills, but has yet to catch a foul ball in the booth.
Review-Journal sports editor Bill Bradley returned Wednesday for his bi-weekly Facebook Live lunchtime chat. This week he welcomed RJ sports columnist Ron Kantowski to talk NASCAR.
Dexter Irvin, director of athletics at College of Southern Nevada, will start raising money to reinstate men’s and women’s junior college basketball at the Henderson campus.
Items once belonging to Evel Knievel will be offered through noted collectibles dealer Heritage Auctions in Dallas on Feb. 25 and 26, said the daredevil’s son, Kelly.
An international friendly featuring the popular Mexican national team was a beautiful game to watch in front of a Las Vegas soccer record crowd of 30,617.
The first sentence of his biography pretty much says it all: Heimir Hallgrimsson is an Icelandic football manager and a dentist, currently managing Iceland.
Former Rancho High football player James Flynn said it was meant as a joke. But when people started contributing to a web account, he decided to give the money to charity.
The new sports betting and analysis multi-platform network was an idea that took a long time to come to fruition.
Former Las Vegas Outlaws star Rod Smart parlayed his XFL notoriety into a Super Bowl assignment for the Carolina Panthers.
Coyotes knock off defending national champ and No. 1-ranked Yavapai College of Arizona, but settle for 2-2 record in season-opening tournament.
The Las Vegas Outlaws are recalled in “This Was The XFL,” a documentary by Charlie Ebersol, son of XFL co-founder Dick Ebersol, that debuts Thursday.
Franklin Cruz, a former athlete and coach at Centennial High School who died in 2010, has his lost letterman’s jacket returned to his family during a special ceremony.
When word got out NASCAR was altering its points system again, many fans were not pleased.
Las Vegans David Humm and Frank Hawkins are excited about the possibility of the Raiders moving to Southern Nevada, but sympathize with football fans in Oakland.
The record-setting Connecticut Huskies have put together three women’s basketball winning streaks of 70 games or more under longtime coach Geno Auriemma.
Mike Dunn played his senior year of high school baseball at Cimarron-Memorial, and was the second of six College of Southern Coyotes to make the major leagues. In December, he signed a $19 million contract with the Colorado Rockies.
It has been roughly 10 weeks since a four-seam fastball clocked at 97.1 mph whistled toward home plate with two outs in the bottom of the eighth during Game 7 of the World Series, and a man named Rajai Davis gave it a mighty lash.
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