A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that Byron Scott will not return to coach the Los Angeles Lakers next season.
Johnny Manziel has been indicted by a Dallas County grand jury on a charge of misdemeanor assault with bodily injury, according to L.P. Phillips of CBS DFW.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Saturday at a rally that the Chargers belong in San Diego and a new stadium would be “a perfect place for the Super Bowl.”
Mike Conley of the Memphis Grizzlies joins rare company as a two-time winner of the Joe Dumars Trophy for sportsmanship.
Claims in a new book that Oscar Pistorius beat his girlfriend with a cricket bat before fatally shooting her in his home in 2013 were condemned as “outrageous” and “absurd” by the Olympic runner’s family Friday.
Jake Arrieta of the Chicago Cubs pitched his second no-hitter in a span of 11 regular-season starts, shutting down the Cincinnati Reds in a 16-0 rout Thursday night.
As Tiger Woods’ career continues to sink from his one-time dominant status, a superstar on his level is convinced that Woods will never again reach stardom and probably wants to retire.
Ultimate Fighting Championship bantamweight contender John Dodson learned a lesson about timing and comedy on Thursday.
Prince, who died Thursday, performed Super Bowl XLI halftime show in 2007, a show that is still considered one of the best.
ESPN announced that it has fired network analyst and former Boston Red Sox star pitcher Curt Schilling following his comments on Facebook about transgender people.
The family of the fan who plunged to his death last year from an upper deck at Turner Field has filed a lawsuit against the Atlanta Braves and Major League Baseball.
Johnny Manziel lost his job, two agents and an endorsement deal with Nike and by the end of next week, a Dallas grand jury reviewing family violence charges against the former Cleveland Browns quarterback should be finalized.