It's been an epic battle between the Miami Heat and the Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
However, one thing is definitely missing from the picture – the dominating big men for both squads.
At the moment, the Raptors old a 2-1 series lead after winning Game 3 in Florida, but the bigger news is that Heat center Hassan Whiteside injured his knee in the second quarter of that contest. more >>
Olympic gold medalist and swimmer Michael Phelps welcomed a baby boy with his fiancée Nicole Johnson last Thursday. And to commemorate this important moment in their lives, Phelps posted a photo of him holding his newborn baby, Boomer, while his fiancée Nicole is seen in the background. Through Instagram, Phelps shared the photo saying that it was "the best feeling" he has ever felt in his life.
The photo's full caption also indicated the baby's full name which is Boomer Robert Phelps and that he was born last May 5, 2016. The swimmer was apparently very happy that his baby boy and his fiancée were both "healthy." more >>
This year has been one of the most impressive seasons for Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lin.
Still easily remembered for his "Linsanity" days with the New York Knicks, Lin has now carved his new role with the Hornets – normally seen as a back-up point guard to Kemba Walker, but sometimes also seen playing side-by-side as a potent backcourt tandem.
The 27-year-old guard played 78 regular season games with the Hornets, averaging 11.7 points, 3.0 assists and 3.2 rebounds per game in around 26.3 minutes every night. more >>
On May 7 ,2016, boxing fans are being given a real treat as two of boxing's biggest names clash as Amir Khan battles Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.
Both fighters possess a lot of strengths that could help them win the battle, but after this eventful night, only one will move on and add a win to their record.
There have been many speculations on who would win between the two, with many saying Canelo is too big and powerful for Khan, while other believe that the Bolton-born star has the speed to contend with the Mexican superstar. more >>
After ESPN fired analyst Curt Schilling for being too political in voicing his support for North Carolina's transgender bathroom law, the Disney-owned media company has hired former professional soccer player, avid LGBT activist and Hillary Clinton supporter Abby Wambach.
Earlier this week, ESPN hired the 35-year-old, two-time Olympic gold medal-winning American soccer player and all-time leading scorer in international play to analyze soccer games during this summer's Olympics in Rio and the Union of European Football Associations' European Championships, The Associated Press reports.
Additionally, she will also be the host of the new podcast, "Fearless Conversation with Abby Wambach," and contribute to other ESPN and ESPN Film productions. more >>