There is a palpable quaintness to Division III basketball that is felt when little schools with unusual nicknames play basketball below the rim and strictly for the fun of it.
With baseball’s Winter Meetings having taken last-ups in Florida, Las Vegas is in the on-deck circle, swinging a leaded bat.
Many compelling stories will be written during the 2017 installment of the National Finals Rodeo starting Thursday at the Thomas & Mack Center. It’ll be difficult to top the one witnessed Tuesday at South Point.
When Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced his retirement in April, an anecdote was shared about him being the only NASCAR driver who would go to the media center without having to be told.
Sometimes the Cinderella Kid doesn’t come out of nowhere to win the Masters, as in the manner of a bedraggled greens keeper in the movies. Sometimes he finishes in a tie for 10th in his PGA debut.
John Boeddeker is not above saying he has the best view of PGA Tour events such as the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin. In his case, that might prove difficult.
It was another languid Monday at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin, and another Charley Hoffman Foundation Pro-Am. But this one was different.
A visit Tuesday to the community where O.J. Simpson is temporarily residing led to a chance encounter with the man affectionately known as “Juice” during his playing, broadcasting and acting days.
Exactly 11 days after receiving a heart transplant, Brienna Love of Las Vegas left Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City not on a gurney or in a wheelchair, but walking, under her own power.
There are myriad reasons the first regular-season home game in Golden Knights history, played Tuesday at T-Mobile Arena before a sellout crowd torn between reflection and acclamation, still will be considered monumental years from now.