The massive canopy rises from the Los Angeles landscape, providing cover for the spectacular stadium beneath it.
Lakers forward LeBron James was suspended by the NBA on Monday for one game without pay.
The Sacramento Kings fired coach Luke Walton on Sunday after getting off to a disappointing start in his third season in charge.
After growing alarm over her safety, Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai took part in a video call with IOC officials, telling them she's safe and well.
Tough season so far, but a few seeds of hope sown last week.
Peng Shuai appears in new video taken at Beijing tennis event.
The Bottom 15 includes quarterbacks, running backs and receivers.
Bucs receiver Antonio Brown obtained a fake COVID-19 vaccination card so he could avoid NFL protocols, according to his former live-in chef.
The WNBA’s playoff format change has officially been approved, the league announced Thursday.
NEW YORK (AP) — Shohei Ohtani’s two-way season was so incredible, MVP voters filled out the top of their ballots only one way.
Transgender women athletes shouldn’t be seen as having an unfair advantage, according to new guidelines released this week by the International Olympic Committee.
In this Year of the Pitcher, both Robbie Ray and Corbin Burnes completed their own kind of comebacks.
It was another blowout-filled weekend in the NFL, only this time several of teams on the losing end came from teams near the top of the standings.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Staples Center is getting a new name. Starting Christmas Day, it will be Crypto.com Arena.
He said it with a smile, something others might have expressed out of irritation, disillusionment.
A four-game losing streak has led to heightened speculation about Kings coach Luke Walton's future in Sacramento with a new report suggesting his job could be in jeopardy if the team's struggles continue.
It didn’t feel like Randy Arozarena was a rookie this season.
The wait is over.
Chargers offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi learned early on in his time working with first-year head coach Brandon Staley to be ready with a fourth-down call in nearly any situation.
In two weeks, a committee of 16 Hall of Fame players, managers and executives will debate the worthiness of 10 former players from the Golden Era of baseball (1950s and ‘60s) for long-awaited plaques in Cooperstown.
Say this for the Carolina Panthers: They don’t stay dull for long.
Adam Schefter exists as a stooge for NFL power brokers. That’s less of a criticism than it is a straightforward description of what it means to be ESPN’s top voice of a sport.