Saturday, June 27, 2015
Eighteen years to the day after selecting Tim Duncan, the San Antonio Spurs chose another former swimmer in the first round of the NBA draft by taking Serbia's Nikola Milutinov with selection 26 on Thursday.
Houston's Dallas Keuchel struck out a career-high 12 batters in his second shutout in less than a month to lead the Astros past the New York Yankees 4-0 on Thursday, extending their lead in the American League West division.
Baseball history was made on a field of wistful dreams in California's wine country Thursday with the appearance of the sport's first openly gay active professional.
International Tennis Federation president Francesco Ricci Bitti is taking over as head of the SportAccord Convention as the conference looks for a host next year to replace Sochi.
A Paolo Guerrero hat trick led Peru to a 3-1 win against Bolivia on Thursday, securing a place in the semifinals of the Copa America.
The Women's World Cup heats up this weekend with Australia challenging holders Japan and hosts Canada up against England in the quarter-finals.
Tom Watson has accomplished more in golf than most players ever will. The 65-year-old nearly pulled off a feat Thursday even he had never done: shoot his age in a major championship.
Bubba Watson made himself right at home in the Travelers Championship -- again.
Galen Rupp capped a month of turmoil with a seventh straight U.S. national title in the 10,000m on Thursday, punching his athletics World Championships ticket amid doping accusations.
The one-time easy beats of South Asian cricket have just turned a corner, with an impressive series win at home against continental powerhouse India. South Africa, watch out!